- How to Move NDPS to Another Server and/or Volume
... listening on port 389 with netstat -nptl (for Linux) and tcpcon (for NetWare). Step 2: Change exported file Replace all ...
Article - zwetr - 10 Jun 2009 - 3:02pm - 0 comments - 0 attachments - 2 groups
- Will Novell EVER get OES right?
... socket , at least that I know of, like you can with TCPCON and netstat is a very poor replacement. Monitor tells me what the ... is far superior to the ones available today. Port TCPCON over to Linux, it is an invaluable tool Port MONITOR over to ...
Blog Entry - FlyingGuy - 30 Jul 2008 - 9:58am - 32 comments - 0 attachments - 3 groups
- Success with Clustering GroupWise: A Guide to Building a Highly Available GroupWise System
... configuring GroupWise to run on your cluster. TCPCON TCPCON will allow you to see what ports the NetWare server is listening on. To ...
Article - GreggHinchman - 29 Feb 2008 - 9:06am - 0 comments - 0 attachments - 3 groups
- GroupWise Clustering Basics: Part 3
... My GroupWise System Design Utilities TCPCON Novell's Server Consolidation and Migration Kit OES ... in configuring GroupWise to run on your cluster. TCPCON TCPCON will allow you to see what ports the OES NetWare server ...
Article - GreggHinchman - 29 Feb 2008 - 6:57am - 0 comments - 0 attachments - 3 groups
- GroupWise Dependency on eDirectory
... to kill that thread without brining down the house. TCPCON allows me to reset a socket that will often free the thread when it ... is not a fault of NetWare, its a GWIA fault. Light up TCPCON find its socket , hit reset, the thread unrolls because the ...
Blog Entry - dlythgoe - 6 Feb 2008 - 5:03pm - 53 comments - 0 attachments - 0 groups
- Who is Jon Giffard?
... ported: MONITOR.nlm - HUGE functionality TCPCON .nlm - HUGE functionality DSBROWSE. NLM - HUGE functionality ... points therein ). There is no Linux counterpart to TCPCON .NLM - Not even Netstat unless someone knows how to use netstat to ...
Blog Entry - blartfast - 7 Dec 2007 - 4:40am - 18 comments - 0 attachments - 0 groups
- Strategic Products in your Company
... parts: Monitor and ALL the features it provides. TCPCon Being able to see whats happening ( Can you say, Ctrl-Esc )! I ...
Blog Entry - aevans - 5 Dec 2006 - 4:27pm - 27 comments - 0 attachments - 0 groups