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Subject: OpenVMS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Part 11/11

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Information on Networks and Clusters the SCS name of the OpenVMS host, see Section 5.7. For details of SET HOST/DUP, see Section 15.6.3. _____________________________ 15.6.5 Where can I get Fibre Channel Storage (SAN) information? o http://www.openvms.compaq.com/openvms/fibre/index.html _____________________________ 15.6.6 Which files must be shared in an OpenVMS Cluster? The following files are expected to be common across all nodes in a cluster environment, and though SYSUAF is very often common, it can also be carefully coordinated-with matching UIC values and matching binary identifier values across all copies. (The most common use of multiple SYSUAF files is to allow different quotas on different nodes. In any event, the binary UIC values and the binary identifier values must be coordinated across all SYSUAF files, and must match the RIGHTSLIST file.) In addition to the list of files (and directories, in some cases) shown in Table 15-1, please review the VMScluster documentation, and the System Management documentation. ________________________________________________________________ Table 15-1 Cluster Common Shared Files _______________________________________________________ Filename___________________Default_Specification_______ SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT SYSUAFALT SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT SYSALF SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT RIGHTSLIST SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT NETPROXY SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT NET$PROXY SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT NETOBJECT SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT NETNODE_REMOTE SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT QMAN$MASTER SYS$SYSTEM:; this is a set of related files 15-24 Information on Networks and Clusters ________________________________________________________________ Table 15-1 (Cont.) Cluster Common Shared Files _______________________________________________________ Filename___________________Default_Specification_______ LMF$LICENSE SYS$SYSTEM:.LDB VMSMAIL_PROFILE SYS$SYSTEM:.DATA VMS$OBJECTS SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT VMS$AUDIT_SERVER SYS$MANAGER:.DAT VMS$PASSWORD_HISTORY SYS$SYSTEM:.DATA NETNODE_UPDATE SYS$MANAGER:.COM VMS$PASSWORD_POLICY SYS$LIBRARY:.EXE LAN$NODE_DATABASE SYS$SYSTEM:.DAT VMS$CLASS_SCHEDULE SYS$SYSTEM:.DATA SYS$REGISTRY SYS$SYSTEM:; this is a set ____________________________________of_related_files____________ In addition to the documentation, also see the current version of the file SYS$STARTUP:SYLOGICALS.TEMPLATE. Specifically, please see the most recent version of this file available, starting on or after OpenVMS V7.2. A failure to have common or (in the case of multiple SYSUAF files) synchronized files can cause problems with batch operations, with the SUBMIT/USER command, with the general operations with the cluster alias, and with various SYSMAN and related operations. Object protections and defaults will not necessarily be consistent, as well. This can also lead to system security problems, including unintended access denials and unintended object accesses, should the files and particularly should the binary identifier values become skewed. _____________________________ 15.6.7 How can I split up an OpenVMS Cluster? Review the VMScluster documentation, and the System Management documentation. The following are the key points, but are likely not the only things you will need to change. 15-25 Information on Networks and Clusters OpenVMS Cluster support is directly integrated into the operating system, and there is no way to remove it. You can, however, remote site-specific tailoring that was added for a particular cluster configuration. First: Create restorable image BACKUPs of each of the current system disks. If something gets messed up, you want a way to recover, right? Create standalone BACKUP kits for the OpenVMS VAX systems, and create or acquire bootable BACKUP kits for the OpenVMS Alpha systems. Use CLUSTER_CONFIG or CLUSTER_CONFIG_LAN to remove the various system roots and to shut off boot services and VMScluster settings. Create as many architecture-specific copies of the system disks as required. Realize that the new systems will all likely be booting through root SYS0-if you have any system-specific files in any other roots, save them. Relocate the copies of the VMScluster common files onto each of the new system disks. Reset the console parameters and boot flags on each system for use on a standalone node. Reset the VAXCLUSTER and NISCS_LOAD_PEA0 parameters to 0 in SYSGEN and in MODPARAMS.DAT. Clobber the VMScluster group ID and password using SYSMAN. Reboot the systems seperately, and run AUTOGEN on each. Shut off MOP services via NCP or LANCP on the boot server nodes. Permanent seperation also requires the duplication of shared files. For a list of the files commonly shared, please see Section 15.6.6. Also see the topics on "cluster divorce" in the Ask The Wizard area. o http://www.hp.com/go/openvms/wizard/ 15-26 Information on Networks and Clusters For additional information on the OpenVMS Ask The Wizard (ATW) area and for a pointer to the available ATW Wizard.zip archive, please see Section 3.8. Information on changing node names is included in Section 5.7. _____________________________ 15.6.8 Details on Volume Shadowing? This section contains information on host-based volume shadowing; on the disk mirroring capabilities available within OpenVMS. _____________________________ 15.6.8.1 Does volume shadowing require a non-zero allocation classes? Yes, use of host-based Volume Shadowing requires that the disk(s) involved be configured in a non-zero allocation class. Edit SYS$SYSTEM:MODPARAMS.DAT to include a declaration of an non-zero allocation class, such as setting the host allocation class to the value 7: ALLOCLASS = 7 Then AUTOGEN the system, and reboot. You should now be able to form the shadow set via a command such as the following: $ MOUNT dsa1007: /SHADOW=($7$dkb300:,$7$dkb500:) volumelabel When operating in an OpenVMS Cluster, this sequence will typically change the disk names from the SCSNODE prefix (scsnode$dkann) to the allocation-class prefix ($7$dkannn). This may provide you with the opportunity to move to a device-independent scheme using logical name constructs such as the DISK$volumelabel logical names in your startup and application environments; an opportunity to weed out physical device references. Allocation class one is used by Fibre Channel devices; it can be best to use another non-zero allocation class even if Fibre Channel is not currently configured and not currently planned. 15-27 ________________________________________________________________ Index 1858 AMD,2-14 17-Nov-1858,4-1 AMD64,2-13, 2-14 2000 Terminology,2-4 __Year,5-40___________________ ANSI C,10-18 A AP,10-7 ______________________________ Apache,13-9 Access Control List Entry, APB.EXE,14-10 5-13 Archie,13-8 ACCVIO,5-40 Archival Media ACE,5-13 DVDarchive/restore,9-10 ACPI,14-25 Archive.Org,14-50 Acrobat,13-7 ARCH_DEFS.REQ,10-14 ACS,5-63 Argent Software,2-10 ACTS,4-9 Argument Pointer,10-7 Adobe ARRE,14-54, 14-55, 14-57 Acrobat,13-7 ARWE,14-54, 14-55, 14-57 PDF,13-7 ASAP Advanced Server,5-4 See DSPP AEST,13-19, 13-25 AskQ,1-2 Agnew, Jim,14-41 Ask The Wizard,3-11, 5-29, Allocation Class 5-30, 5-31, 5-39, 8-8, 9-3, Fibre Channel,15-27 10-2, 10-4, 10-8, 10-9, Non-Zero,15-27 10-16, 10-21, 10-25, 15-1, Volume Shadowing,15-27 15-2, 15-3, 15-27 ALLOCLASS system parameter, See ITRC 15-27 ASMP,14-15 Alpha,2-14 Asymmetric Multiprocessing Terminology,2-4 AlphaPC 164LX,14-28 See ASMP AlphaPC 164SX,14-28 ATA,7-1, 9-5, 14-28, 14-32, AlphaServer ES47 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, 14-57, Time,4-27 14-64, 14-66 AlphaServer ES80 ATAPI,14-64, 14-66 Time,4-27 Athlon,2-14 AlphaServer GS1280 ATW,3-11, 5-29, 5-30, 5-31, Time,4-27 5-39, 8-8, 9-3, 10-2, 10-4, AlphaStation XP1000,14-49 10-8, 10-9, 10-16, 10-21, AMASK,14-37, 14-38 10-25, 15-1, 15-2, 15-3, Ambassador,1-12 15-27 See ITRC Index-1 Index AUTOGEN,5-14 BNU Bookreader,3-1 Automatic foreign command,8-3 Bookreader Automatic Foreign Command,8-4 BNU,3-1 AVI,7-3 MGBOOK,3-1 ______________________________ Boot Alias,14-9, 14-22 B Boot Aliases,14-22 ______________________________ Bootblock,14-20 Backdoor,5-10 Bootstrap Backdrop,11-8 Alpha,14-10 Backdrops,11-8 I64,14-9 BACKUP,5-20, 9-17 VAX,14-12 BACKUP/IGNORE=INTERLOCK,5-58 BOOT_OPTIONS.COM,14-22 Bad Block Handling,9-3 Browser,13-4 BADLIB,13-23 Byers, Robert Alan,13-8 BADTYPSTR,13-23 Byte lane,14-38 bash,13-17 bzip2,13-26 Batch,13-22 ______________________________ BB_WATCH,4-5 C BC16E,14-58, 14-62 ______________________________ BCC08,14-60 C,10-18, 10-25 BCKTRNSFAIL,15-5 Compaq C Compiler,10-18, Berryman, Mark,1-6, 13-3 10-25 Bi-Endian,10-17 DEC C Compiler,10-18, 10-25 Big-Endian,10-17 Device Drivers,10-22 BIND,15-6 HP C Compiler,10-18, 10-25 bison,13-17 VAX C Compiler,10-18 Blackbox,14-58 C2,5-54 Bliss CA,5-3, 14-21 Architecture Flags,10-14 Caesar BLISS32E,10-14 Julius,4-2 BLISS32I,10-14 CalTech,13-8 BLISS32V,10-14 Campus Software License Grant BLISS64E,10-14 See CSLG BLISS64I,10-14 Carrier Sense Multiple Access, Compiler,10-14 with Collision Detect, Rebuilding System Libraries, 14-64 10-14 Castle Wolfenstein,13-16 Block CD Disk,2-25 embossed media,9-13 BMC,14-33 Recording,9-9, 14-57 BN24H,14-60 CD-Audio,7-1 BN24J,14-60 CD Player,7-1 BNC,14-47 Index-2 Index CD-R,9-9, 13-9, 14-56, 14-57 Console Backdoor,5-10 CD-R/RW,9-7, 9-11 CONSOLE environment variable, CDRECORD,9-8, 9-9, 14-57, 14-15 14-65 Contrl,13-12 CDRECORD-ProDVD,9-9 Conversational bootstrap,5-7, CDRTOOLS,9-8, 9-9, 14-65 14-9, 14-10, 14-15 CD-RW,9-9, 13-9, 14-57 COPY,10-9 CDWRITE,9-9 CPAN,13-25 CGI,13-21 CRAM,14-39 CHARON-VAX,3-10, 13-27 CRC32,10-31 CHECKSUM,5-45 $creprc,10-9 CHECKSUM/ALGORITHM=MD5,5-45 CSA Clam,5-4 See DSPP cli$get_value,10-4 CSLG,2-11 Clock CSMA/CD,14-64 TODR,4-5, 4-7 CSWB,13-4 TOY,4-5, 4-7 See SWB Clockmeister, Ulysses T. Cyclic Redundency Check,10-31 See Time ______________________________ CLUEXIT,15-18 D Cluster ______________________________ Disk,2-25 4D20,14-49 Cluster Load Balancing,15-14 3D30,14-49 Cluster Terminology,15-13 Dachtera, David J.,13-8 CMA$RTL.EXE,10-25 Data Remanence,5-61 CMS,13-22 Datatrieve,3-4 00CMS,13-22 DATMISCH,10-17 01CMS,13-22 Daylight Saving Time,4-16, Columbia University,13-3 4-24, 4-30, 10-22 COM1,14-5, 14-16 US Changes 1-Mar-2007,4-22 COM2,14-5, 14-16 DAYLIGHT_SAVINGS.COM,4-16, COMMON,10-6 4-18 Compaq,5-40 DB9,14-58, 14-59, 14-60, Compaq Secure Web Browser 14-62 See SWB DCE DTS,4-10, 4-17, 4-18 Composer DCL,3-3, 3-7 Mozilla,13-19 Automatic foreign command, Computer Associates,5-3, 8-3 14-21 Foreign command,8-3 Connection Manager,15-19 Lexical functions,8-3 console,14-6, 14-15 PIPE,8-9 Console,14-5 Symbols,8-1 VAXstation 3100,9-4 Index-3 Index DCL$PATH,8-4 DELETE DCPS,12-3 Undelete,9-1 DCX,13-27 Descriptor,10-10 DDB,10-9 Deutsch,1-4 DEASSIGN,8-3 Developer Programs Deathrow Cluster,2-17 See DSPP Debugger Device Driver,10-9 Signalling SS$_DEBUG,10-16 Device Drivers DEC-423,14-57 C,10-22 DECalert,15-11 Floating Point,10-22 DECC$CRTL.EXE,10-25 DEVICE_NAMING system parameter DECconnect,14-57 ,15-21 DECdns,15-6 DFU,5-66, 9-1, 9-4, 13-13 DECdocument,vi DIAGBOOT.EXE,14-13 DECDTLOGO,11-9 DIAGNOSE,5-40 DECdtss,4-9 Dictionary attack DECevent,5-40 Password,5-53 DECmigrate,13-19, 13-25, DIGITAL Network Products Group 13-27 ,14-45 DECnet,14-64, 15-6 Digital Synergy,13-9 Asynchronous,14-63 Digital Versatile Disk,9-11 DECNET_REGISTER,15-5 Discounts MOP,15-6 DECprint,12-3 See DSPP DECsound,7-3 Disk DEC Test Manager,13-23 Block,2-25 DECthreads,10-25 Cluster,2-25 DECUS,1-11 Data Remanence,5-61 See User Group Erasure,5-61 Hobbyist Licenses,2-9 Sector,2-25 DECUServe,1-4 Security,5-61 DECUS Software Library,13-3 Disk Mirroring,9-2 DECW$CDPLAYER,7-1 See Volume Shadowing DECW$CDPLAYER.C,14-66 Disks DECW$EXAMPLES:DECW$CDPLAYER.C ATA,7-1, 9-5, 14-28, 14-32, ,14-66 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, DECW$KEYMAP Logical Name, 14-57 11-10 Bad Block Handling,9-3 DECwindows Transport,11-17 CD-R,14-56 DECwindows V1.2-6,11-17 CD-R/RW,9-7, 9-11 DECwindows V1.3,11-17 CD-Recordable,9-9 DEFINE,8-3 DVD+R/RW,9-7, 9-11 dvd200i,14-57 DVD-R/RW,9-7, 9-11 DVD-Recordable,9-9 Index-4 Index Disks (cont'd) DST,4-16, 4-18, 4-24, 4-30, FAT Format,7-2 10-22 Floppy,7-2 US Changes 1-Mar-2007,4-22 IDE,7-1, 9-5, 14-28, 14-32, DTM,13-22, 13-23 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, 00DTM,13-23 14-57 01DTM,13-23 Jumpers,14-49 DTSS,4-9, 4-10, 4-18 MSCP,9-3 DTSS$CLERK,4-25 PC Format,7-2 Too Few Servers Detected, PlexWriter,14-57, 14-65 4-26 SCSI,9-3, 9-14, 14-2, DTSS$CLERK,4-25 14-28, 14-32, 14-34, DTSS$INSTALL_TIMEZONE_RULE.COM 14-42, 14-49, 14-53, ,4-24 14-54, 14-55, 14-56, DTSS$NTP_PROVIDER.C,4-10 14-57 DTSS$SET_TIMEZONE.EXE,4-17 SCSI-2,9-6 DTSS$UTC_STARTUP.COM,4-24 Volume Set,9-7 Dump Zip,14-56, 14-57 Process,10-27 Disk Shadowing,9-2 DVD,14-57 Distributed Lock Manager, Recording,9-9 15-19 DVD+R,9-9, 9-11, 13-9 Distribution Kits,2-8 DVD+R/RW,9-7 DJE Systems,13-8 DVD+RW,9-9, 13-9, 14-65 DKDRIVER,14-65, 14-66 dvd200i,14-57 DLM,15-19 DVDarchive/restore,9-10 DLT VS80,14-56 DVD-R,9-9, 13-9 DNDRIVER,14-66 DVD-R/RW,9-7, 9-11 DNPG,14-45 DVD-RAM,14-65 DNS,15-6 DVDRTOOLS,9-8, 9-9, 14-65 DOCUMENT,10-16 DVD-RW,9-9, 13-9 DVDwrite,9-8, 9-9, 9-10, See DECdocument 14-65 DoD,5-61 Dvorak,11-10 DOD_ERAPAT,5-62 Dynamic System Recognition, Download Kits,2-8 14-25 DQDRIVER,7-1, 9-5, 14-32, ______________________________ 14-57, 14-64, 14-66 E Driver ______________________________ Device,10-9 EB,2-25 DRVERR,14-54, 14-57 EBCDIC,7-3 DSPP,2-11, 2-16, 2-21, 14-34 e-Business Infrastructure DSR,14-25 Package,2-8 DSSI,5-62 ECO kits,5-32 Index-5 Index Editor,13-17 ETAPE,7-3 Editors,3-3 Ethernet,14-64 Edit Version,10-26 Event Flags,11-12 EFI,5-8, 14-9, 14-20, 14-22, EWS,11-3 14-23, 14-33 Exabyte,2-25 EFI Boot Alias,14-9, 14-22 Examples,10-3 EIA-232,14-59 EXE$GL_TICKLENGTH,4-14 ELSA GLoria Synergy,5-29 EXE$GL_TIMEADJUST,4-14 ELV,5-40 EXE$GL_TODR,4-4 elvis,13-17 EXE$GQ_SAVED_HWCLOCK,4-6 EM64T,2-13, 2-14 EXE$GQ_SYSTIME,4-3, 4-6 Terminology,2-4 EXE$GQ_TDF,4-17 emacs,3-3, 13-17 EXE$GQ_TODCBASE,4-3 embossed media,9-13 EXE$SETTIME,4-4 Encompass Executable Image,10-8 See User Group Executive mode code,10-28 Hobbyist Licenses,2-9 EXPECTED_VOTES system Encompasserve,1-4, 2-16 parameter,15-17 Encompass Software Library, Explicitly Parallel 13-3 Instruction Computing Endian-ness,10-17 See EPIC Energy Policy Act of 2005, Extensible Firmware Interface 4-22 See EFI Engineering Software,7-2 ______________________________ Ensoniq,7-3 F Enterex ______________________________ Hobbyist Licenses,2-9 f$getenv,14-8 Enterprise Operating f$parse,8-2 Environment f$trnlnm,8-3 See EOE f$unique,5-66 EOE,2-6 Facility Prefix,10-2 EPIC,14-33 FAQ Sections (Old) $erapat,5-62 DCL$PATH Logical Name,8-4 Erasure,5-61 DCL1,8-3 Ergonomic Solutions,15-11 DCL10,8-10 Error analysis,5-40 DCL11,8-10 Error Log Viewer DCL12,8-11 See ELV DCL3,8-5 ES47 DCL4,8-5 Time,4-27 DCL5,8-6 ES80 DCL6,8-7 Time,4-27 DCL7,8-7 DCL8,8-8 DCL9,8-9 Index-6 Index FAQ Sections (Old) (cont'd) FAQ Sections (Old) (cont'd) DECw$IGNORE_WORKSTATION Mgmt10,15-16 Logical Name,11-5 Mgmt11,5-14 DECw1,11-1 Mgmt12,5-60 DECw10,11-7 Mgmt13,15-21 DECw11,11-12 Mgmt14,15-9 DECw12,11-13 Mgmt15,5-15 DECw13,11-13 Mgmt16,5-16 DECw14,11-14 Mgmt17,5-24 DECw15,11-16 Mgmt18,5-26 DECw16,11-17 Mgmt19,5-26 DECw17,11-17 Mgmt2,5-2 DECw2,11-3 Mgmt20,5-59 DECw3,11-3 Mgmt21,5-27 DECw4,11-4 Mgmt23,5-28 DECw5,11-10 Mgmt24,5-29 DECw6,11-4 Mgmt25,5-31 DECw9,11-6 Mgmt26,15-23 DECwindows,11-1 Mgmt27,5-32 Doc1,3-1 Mgmt28,15-3 Doc10,3-5 Mgmt3,5-4 Doc11,3-6 Mgmt30,5-33 Doc13,3-10 Mgmt31,5-34 Doc14,3-11 Mgmt32,5-37 Doc2,3-2 Mgmt33,5-37 Doc4,3-5 Mgmt34,5-39 Doc5,3-5 Mgmt35,5-54 File1,9-1 Mgmt36,15-4 File2,9-1 Mgmt37,5-40 File3,9-2 Mgmt38,5-40 File4,9-3 Mgmt39,5-41 File5,9-4 Mgmt4,5-6 File6,9-7 Mgmt40,5-41 File7,9-7, 9-11 Mgmt41,5-42 File8,9-14 Mgmt42,15-20 File9,9-15 Mgmt43,5-44 Intro1,1-2 Mgmt44,15-24 Intro2,1-4 Mgmt45,15-25 Intro3,1-5 Mgmt46,5-45 Intro4,1-5 Mgmt47,15-13, 15-14, 15-15 Intro5,1-7 Mgmt48,5-46 Intro6,1-10 Mgmt49,5-46 Intro7,1-5 Mgmt5,5-7, 5-11 Intro8,1-11 Mgmt50,5-46 Mgmt1,5-1 Mgmt51,5-47 Index-7 Index FAQ Sections (Old) (cont'd) FAQ Sections (Old) (cont'd) Mgmt52,5-48 Prog7,10-5 Mgmt53,5-49 Prog8,10-6 Mgmt54,15-27 Prog9,10-7 Mgmt56,5-49 Soft1,13-1 Mgmt57,5-50 Soft10,8-9 Mgmt58,15-6 Soft12,13-23 Mgmt59,5-50 Soft13,13-25 Mgmt6,15-2 Soft14,13-26 Mgmt60,5-52 Soft2,13-15 Mgmt61,15-19 Soft3,13-19 Mgmt62,5-52 Soft4,13-20 Mgmt63,5-63 Soft5,10-18 Mgmt64,5-57 Soft6,13-21 Mgmt9,5-12 Soft7,13-22 Misc12,12-3 Soft8,13-22 Misc13,12-3 Time1,4-1 Misc15,15-11 Time10,4-25, 4-27 Misc17,15-9 Time11,4-2 Misc19,15-12 Time12,4-29 Misc2,12-1 Time13,4-20 Misc20,12-4 Time2,4-7 Misc4,14-60 Time3,4-12 Misc6,15-5 Time4,4-16 Misc7,15-6 Time5,4-23 Misc9,15-4 Time6,4-9 Prog1,10-2 Time7,4-14 Prog10,10-7 Time8,4-13 Prog11,10-8 Time9,4-7 Prog12,10-9 Util1,7-1 Prog13,10-10 Util2,7-2 Prog14,2-23 Util3,7-3 Prog15,2-24 Util5,7-3 Prog16,10-12 Util6,7-4 Prog17,10-13 VAX8,4-3 Prog18,10-14 VMS1,2-1 Prog19,10-15 VMS10,2-12 Prog2,10-4 VMS11,2-12 Prog20,10-16 VMS12,2-16 Prog21,10-16 VMS13,2-17 Prog22,10-17 VMS14,2-19 Prog23,10-17 VMS15,2-19 Prog3,10-5 VMS16,2-20 Prog4,10-5 VMS17,2-21 Prog5,10-5 VMS2,2-3 Index-8 Index FAQ Sections (Old) (cont'd) ______________________________ VMS3,2-4 G VMS4,2-4 ______________________________ VMS5,2-5 gawk,13-16 VMS7,2-5 GB,2-25 VMS8,2-8 gcc,13-18 VMS9,2-9, 2-12 gcc emulation,13-17 Farmer, Ken,1-4 $getdvi,10-2 FAT Disks,7-2 $getjpi,10-2 FFT,13-12 $getqui,5-54 fgrep,13-16 $getsyi,10-2, 14-2 $filescan,9-4 Gigabyte,2-25 FILE tool,13-14 GKDRIVER,14-66 File Versions,5-65 GKTEST.C,14-66 Firmware,14-23 Global Maintech,14-21 FISH,13-4 gmake,13-13 Flat-panel display,14-49 GMT,4-29 flex,13-17 GNM,10-16 Flight simulator,13-16 GNU,13-17, 13-18 Floating point,10-28 GnuPG,13-5 Floating Point,10-6 GNU Privacy Guard,13-5 Device Drivers,10-22 GNV,13-17, 13-18 Floppy,7-2 Google,1-5 FLORIAN,9-1 gopher,13-16 $flush,9-2 GPG,13-5 FOE,2-6 Grace,13-9 Fonts,11-18 GrayMatter Software,2-10 Foreign command,8-3 grep,13-16, 13-17 Foreign Command,8-4 GS1280 Fortran,10-7 Time,4-27 Foundation Operating GTK,13-12 Environment GUID,14-22 gzip,13-26 See FOE ______________________________ Freeware,9-4, 10-4, 10-16 H SETCLOCK,4-14 ______________________________ FSF,13-18 H8571-A,14-62 ftso,13-27 H8571-B,14-60, 14-62 ftsv,13-27 H8571-C,14-60, 14-62 H8571-D,14-60, 14-62 H8571-E,14-62 H8571-J,14-62 H8572-0,14-62 Index-9 Index H8575-A,14-62 IA-64 Architecture,2-14, H8575-B,14-62 14-25, 14-33 H8575-D,14-62 IARGCOUNT,10-7 H8575-E,14-62 iasi64,10-28 H8577-AA,14-62 IDE,7-1, 9-5, 14-28, 14-32, half-flash,14-19 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, 14-57, Hard Partitions,14-8 14-64 Hardware Identifier,5-2 Serial Number,10-7 Subsystem,10-8 Harmless signature,14-20 Image $hash_password,5-54 Executable,10-8 HBMM,5-63 Loadable,10-9 HBVS,15-19 Protected,10-8 Helliesen, Gunnar,14-41 Shareable,10-8 Hemker, Mark,13-10 System,10-8 Heroix,14-21 UWSS,10-8 Heuser-Hofmann, Eberhard, IMAGELIB.OLB,10-17, 10-29 Dr.,9-10 ImageMagick,13-6 Hobbyist,2-10 IMAGENAME.DMP,10-27 Hour IMPLVER,14-38 Off By One,4-24, 4-30, InfoServer,9-10 10-22 Scribe,9-10 HP OpenVMS for Integrity INFO-VAX,1-5, 1-9 Servers Info-Zip,3-10, 13-26 See OpenVMS I64 INITIALIZE,5-40 HP Renew,14-34 INITIALIZE/ERASE,5-62 HP-UX,10-17 Install,5-24 HSG80,5-63 INSTALL,10-8, 10-9 ht://Dig,13-13 INSTALL utility,5-1 html,13-16 Instruction sets,10-28 HTML,10-16 Integrity,2-13, 2-15, 14-33, httpd,13-16 14-34 HTTP_SERVER,13-3 Terminology,2-4 ______________________________ Integrity rx2600,14-62 I Intel,2-14, 2-15 ______________________________ Interex I64,2-14, 14-25, 14-33 See User Group Terminology,2-4, 14-33 Interrrupt Priority Level %x0C IA-32,2-13, 2-14 Handler Terminology,2-4 See IPC,15-18 IA-64 Inv Cmd,5-8 Terminology,2-4 INVRECTYP,5-20 Index-10 Index IO$_DIAGNOSE,7-1, 14-66 Kednos,2-11, 13-19 IOC$READ_IO,14-39 Kerberos,5-54, 11-18 IOC$WRITE_IO,14-39 Kermit,13-3 Iomega,14-56, 14-57 Kernel mode code,10-28 IPB.EXE,14-9 Keyboard IPC,15-18 Dvorak,11-10 IRC Client Key Mapping,11-10 Mozilla,13-19 ki,14-21 IRIG,4-9 Kilobit,2-26 ISO-9660,9-10, 14-23 Kilobyte,2-25, 2-26 ISVN KI Products,14-21 See DSPP Kits,2-8 Itanium,2-14, 2-15, 14-25, KVM switch,14-46, 14-47 14-33 ______________________________ Terminology,2-4 L Itanium Processor Family ______________________________ LAN$NODE_DATABASE,15-25 See Itanium LANCP,14-52, 14-53 ITRC,1-1, 3-12, 5-31 LAVC$START_BUS,15-15 FTP ECO site,1-1, 5-31 LAVC$STOP_BUS,15-15 Support Forums,5-31 LBX,11-18 ______________________________ LCD,14-49 J LCD flat-panel display,14-47 ______________________________ Levitte,13-8 J2EE,13-20 Lexical functions,8-3 Jameco,14-62 LHR,5-24, 10-26 Java,13-20 lib$crc,10-31 JBC$COMMAND,5-32 lib$crc_table,10-31 JCL,7-3 lib$find_image_symbol,10-8 JDK,2-8, 13-20 lib$free_ef,11-12 JetDirect,15-2 lib$get_ef,11-12 Jones, David,13-3 lib$get_foreign,10-4 Jouk,13-3 lib$get_symbol.,8-3 Julian Day,4-1 lib$set_logical,10-5 Jumpers,14-49 lib$set_symbol,8-3 ______________________________ lib$sfree1_dd,10-10 K lib$sget1_dd,10-10 ______________________________ LIB$SIGNAL,10-16 KA630,14-6 lib$spawn,10-9 KA650,14-6 lib$table_parse,10-15 KA655,14-6 lib$tparse,10-15 Kb,2-26 lib$trim_filespec,9-4 KB,2-25, 2-26 LIB.L32,10-14 Index-11 Index LIB.L64,10-14 LK463,14-47, 14-62 LIB.MLB,10-29 LK46W,14-47 LIB.R64,10-14 LK471,14-47 LIB.REQ,10-14 LMF,2-10, 5-12, 10-7, 11-5, License,5-12, 10-7, 11-5, 12-5 12-5 LMF$DISPLAY_OPCOM_MESSAGE License Unit Requirements Logical Name,12-5 Table,2-9, 5-51 LMF$LICENSE,15-25 Licensing,10-7 LNM$GROUP,8-2 Licensing Programs LNM$JOB,8-2 Campus Software License LNM$PROCESS,8-2 Grant,2-11 LNM$SYSTEM,8-2 Developers,2-11, 2-21 Loadable Image,10-9 DSPP,2-11, 2-21 LOAD_PWD_POLICY system Educational,2-11 parameter,5-53 Hobbyist,2-10 LocalFile,15-6 Liebert,13-10 Logical Name Limited Hardware Release, DCL$PATH,8-4 10-26 DECW$IGNORE_WORKSTATION, See LHR 11-5 linda,13-10 DECW$KEYMAP,11-10 LINK LISP$DAYLIGHT_SAVING_TIME_P, /NOSYSLIB,10-29 4-23 /SYSEXE,10-29 LISP$TIME_ZONE,4-23 Linker LMF$DISPLAY_OPCOM_MESSAGE, COMMON,10-6 12-5 PSECT_ATTR,10-6 MAIL$TIMEZONE,4-23 SYMBOL_VECTOR,10-6 NOTES$TIMEZONE,4-23 SYS$BASE_IMAGE,10-5 SYS$DISK,10-5 SYS.STB,10-5 SYS$LOGIN,8-10 /SYSEXE,10-5 SYS$LOGIN_DEVICE,8-10 LINKER,10-17 SYS$SCRATCH,8-10 Linux shell,3-3, 3-7 SYS$TIMEZONE_DAYLIGHT_SAVING LISP$DAYLIGHT_SAVING_TIME_P ,4-23 Logical Name,4-23 SYS$TIMEZONE_DIFFERENTIAL, LISP$TIME_ZONE Logical Name, 4-23 4-23 SYS$TIMEZONE_NAME,4-21, Little-Endian,10-17 4-23 LJK,2-11 TZ,4-21 LK201,14-46 UCX$NFS_TIME_DIFFERENTIAL, LK401,14-46 4-23 LK461,14-47 UCX$TDF,4-22 Index-12 Index Logical Names Megabit,2-26 Compared to DCL Symbols,8-2 Megabyte,2-25 Logical Partitioning,14-8 Megabytes,2-26 LOGINOUT,5-10 Menufinder,13-10 lPars,14-8 MESSAGE Compiler,10-16 lpd,15-1 MGBOOK Bookreader,3-1 lpr,15-1 MGPCX,7-2 LRA0:,12-3 microfortnight,2-26 LTO-1,14-56 MIME,13-9 LURT,2-9, 5-51 Minicopy,5-63 LVD,14-57 Minimerge,5-63 164LX,14-28 Mini-Merge,5-63 Lynx,13-4, 13-5 Minor Version,10-26 ______________________________ Mirroring,9-2 M See Volume Shadowing ______________________________ MISC4,14-59, 14-61 MA780,14-15 Mission Critical Operating MadGoat,5-39, 7-2, 13-2, Environment 13-14 See MCOE MAIL$TIMEZONE Logical Name, Mlucas,13-12 4-23 MMJ,14-57, 14-58, 14-60 MAIL10,6-3 mmk,13-13 MAIL7,6-1 MMOV,7-3 MAIL9,6-1 Modified Modular Jack,14-57 Mail Count,6-1 See MMJ Maintenance Version,10-26 MODPARAMS.DAT,15-26, 15-27 Majordomo,13-9 Montagar,13-1 Major Version,10-26 MOP,15-6 make,13-13 Mosaic,13-4 Malmberg's Ftp Service,13-18 Mozilla,6-2, 13-4, 13-20 Management Processor DECconnect MMJ Adapter, Also see SWB 14-62 Composer,13-19 Mature Product Support,5-22 IRC Client,13-19 MAXBUF Netnews Client,13-19 system parameter,9-14 MP,14-33 MAXPROCESSCNT system parameter DECconnect MMJ Adapter, ,5-10 14-62 Mb,2-26 MPEG,7-3 MB,2-25, 2-26 mpi,13-10 MBM,4-27 MS780,14-15 MCOE,2-6 MSCP,15-14 MD5,5-4, 5-45 MSCP$DISK,15-13 Index-13 Index MSCP$TAPE,15-13 NIC,15-2 MSCP_LOAD system parameter, NISCS_LOAD_PEA0 system 15-13 parameter,15-26 MTAACP,5-40 NIST,4-9 MTEXCH,7-3 NLSA,1-2 MUA4224,5-33 NOCLI,8-5 Multia,14-26 NODECW,11-14 Multimedia Services,7-3 NODEVICE,11-14 Multinet,15-3 NOLICENSE,5-10 Multiprocessing NONEWMAIL,6-1 See ASMP and SMP NOTES$TIMEZONE Logical Name, mx,13-16 4-23 mxrn,13-16 NOTSET,4-25 MySQL,13-13 17-Nov-1858,4-1 ______________________________ nPars,4-27 N NTP,4-10, 4-31 ______________________________ ______________________________ NAM$C_MAXRSS,9-3 O NAML$C_MAXRSS,9-3 ______________________________ Natural Language Search ODBC,9-15 Assistant,1-2 ODS-2,9-3, 9-10 NCL,15-6 ODS-5,9-3, 9-10 NCSA,13-4 Ohio State University,13-3 NCSC,5-61 OPA0:,5-10, 14-5, 14-6, 14-15 NCSC C2,5-54 OpenECS,2-17 NCSC Class C2,5-10 OpenNTP,4-31 NET$DISABLE_DTSS,4-26 OpenVMS.Org,1-4 NET$PROXY,15-25 OpenVMS Alpha NET1,15-1 Terminology,2-3 NET2,15-1 OpenVMS Alpha Upgrades,5-16 NetBeans,2-8 OpenVMS AXP NetBSD,14-36 Terminology,2-3 Netnews Client OpenVMS Galaxy,14-2 Mozilla,13-19 OPENVMS-HOBBYIST,2-10 NETNODE_REMOTE,15-25 OpenVMS I64,2-2, 14-33 NETNODE_UPDATE,15-25 Terminology,2-3, 14-33 NETOBJECT,15-25 OpenVMS I64 Upgrades,5-19 NETPROXY,15-25 OpenVMS Upgrade Netscape Navigator,6-2, 13-20 See Update, Upgrade and Networking Dynamics,5-39, Install 13-12, 15-11 OpenVMS VAX New Mail Count,6-1 Terminology,2-3 Index-14 Index OpenVMS VAX Upgrades,5-20 PBXGB-CA PowerStorm 4D20,5-31 Opteron,2-14 PBXGD-AE PowerStorm 350,5-30 OSU,13-3 PBXGK-BB PowerStorm 3D10T, OSU HTTPD Web Server,13-16 5-29 Outbuildings PC7XS-CA,14-47 See Time PCDISK,7-2 Overwrite,5-61 PC Disks,7-2 ______________________________ PCF,11-18 P PCSI,5-44, 10-27 ______________________________ PCSI Install Page See Install Memory,2-24 PCSI Upgrade Size,2-24 See Upgrade Pagelet PCX,7-2 defined,2-24 PDF,3-1, 13-7 Pager Plus,15-11 Peek,13-12 Page Size,14-2 Pentium,2-14 PAGE_SIZE,2-24 Perl,2-8, 13-11, 13-23 Paging,15-11 Petabyte,2-25 PAK,2-10, 5-12, 10-7, 11-5, PGP,13-5 12-5 PHYSICALPAGES system parameter PAKGEN,10-7, 12-5 ,5-14 PALcode,14-4, 14-16 PHYSICAL_MEMORY system PA-RISC,2-14 parameter,5-14 $parse,9-4 PINE,13-9 Parse Style,9-3 pin-out,14-61 Partitioning Pioneer,14-65 Hard,14-8 PIPE,8-9 Logical,14-8 PL/I,13-19 Soft,14-8 Plextor,14-56, 14-57, 14-65 Virtual,14-8 pm,11-8 Partner Programs PMDF,15-11 See DSPP PMU,4-27 Password POLYCENTER Software Product Dictionary attack,5-53 Install Utility Purdy Polynomial,5-53 See PCSI Patch,7-4 Port,15-13 Patches Postscript,10-16 See ECO kits POV-Ray,13-9 PATHWORKS,5-4 PowerStorm 300,5-30 PB,2-25 PowerStorm 350,5-30 PBXGB-AA PowerStorm 3D30,5-31 Index-15 Index PowerStorm 3D10T,5-29 QUORUM,15-18 PowerStorm 3D30,5-31, 14-49 Quorum Disk PowerStorm 4D20,5-31, 14-49 Shadowing,15-19 PPP,15-4 ______________________________ Preatorian Cluster,2-17 R Pretty Good Privacy,13-5 ______________________________ Printing Radeon 7500,5-31, 14-49 DCPS,12-3 RamPage,15-11 lpr,15-1 RAS,15-4 Parallel Port,12-3 Raxco,2-11, 13-12 telnet,15-1 Refurbished Equipment Prior Version Support,5-22 See HP Renew Privileged-mode code,10-28 RIGHTSLIST,15-25 Process Dump,10-27 Rlogin,5-62 Process Software,2-11, 13-2, RMS,9-15, 10-29 15-3, 15-11 RMS Journaling,9-2 Product Authorization Key, RMS Sequential Record Format, 5-12, 10-7, 11-5, 12-5 9-16 Product Registration,10-2 RMS_SEQFILE_WBH system PRODUCT SHOW PRODUCT,5-44 parameter,5-56 ProDVD,9-9 Roadmap,2-14 ProGIS,7-2 robomon,14-21 Programming Examples Rocksoft,5-4 See Examples Royal Greenwich Observatory Protected Image,10-8 See Time Protected Subsystems,5-2 RRD42,9-13 PSECT_ATTR,10-6 RS-232,14-59 Purdy Polynomial rx1620,14-34 Password,5-53 rx2600,14-62 PURGE,5-65 RZDISK,14-55 $putmsg,10-5 RZTOOLS,5-62 pvm,13-10 ______________________________ PVS,5-22 S PWIP,15-5 ______________________________ Python,13-12 S3 Switch,14-6 ______________________________ SAIC,1-6, 13-1, 13-3 Q Saiga Systems,5-39 ______________________________ Samba,5-4 $qio,10-9, 11-12 SAMBA,13-11 QMAN$JOURNAL,5-32 SAO,4-1 QMAN$MASTER,15-25 SCACP,15-16 QuickSpecs,3-4 Scaliger Julius Caesar,4-2 Index-16 Index Scaliger, Joseph,4-2 SET PREFERRED_PATH command, Scribe 15-16 InfoServer,9-10 SET PROCESS/PARSE_STYLE,9-3 SCS,15-12, 15-13 $SETTIM,4-25 SCSI,9-14, 14-2, 14-28, SET TIME,4-5, 4-7, 4-8, 4-13, 14-32, 14-34, 14-42, 14-49, 4-25, 4-27 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, 14-56, SET TIME/CLUSTER,4-13 14-57, 14-65, 14-66 SETTIME system parameter,4-4, SCSI-2,9-6 4-5, 4-28 SCSI_INFO,14-54 $set_system_event,4-13 SCSNODE system parameter, SFX,13-26 5-12, 5-14, 15-27 Shadowing,9-2 SCSSYSTEMID system parameter, Quorum Disk,15-19 5-14 Shareable image,5-1 SDL,10-16 Shareable Image,10-8 SDML,10-16 shell,3-3, 3-7 See DECdocument,vi SHOW MEMORY/CACHE command, Search Engine,13-13 9-15 Sector Signature,14-22 Disk,2-25 SIMH,13-27 Secure Shell,13-4 SMB,13-11 Secure Web Browser smg$create_menu,10-4 See SWB SMG$GET_TERM_DATA,12-1 Security,5-10, 5-61 Smithsonian Astrophysical Dictionary attack,5-53 Observatory,4-1 NCSC C2,5-54 SMP,14-15 Password,5-53 SMTP,13-16 Security MUP,5-3 $sndjbc,10-9 Self-extracting zip,13-26 SNTP,4-31 Sequential Record Format,9-16 SOAP,2-8, 13-9 Serial Number,10-7 SOC,3-4 SETBOOT,9-14, 14-20, 14-22 Soft Partitions,14-8 SET BOOTBLOCK,9-14, 14-20, Software Resources Interna- 14-22 tional,2-11, 3-10, 13-27 SETCLOCK,4-14 Sophos,5-4 SET DEVICE/RESET=ERROR_COUNT, SPIA,10-27 5-34 SPIU SET FILE/CACHING_ See PCSI ATTRIBUTES=NO_CACHING, Spy,13-12 9-8 Spyglass,13-4 SET PREFERRED_PATH,15-15 SQP,2-8 SRI Index-17 Index SRI (cont'd) Storage (cont'd) Software Resources SCSI-2,9-6 International,2-11, 3-10, Volume Set,9-7 13-27 Stream,9-16 SRI International,1-5 StreamLF,9-16 SRM,4-27, 14-15, 14-16 Subsystem Identifier,10-8 Acronym,14-4 SUNY NCSB,13-18 System Reference Manual, Supervisor,13-12 14-4 Supnik, Bob,13-27 SS$_DEBUG,10-16 Support SS$_NOCLI,8-5 Prior Version Support,5-22 SSH,13-4 SWB,13-20 FISH,13-4 Swizzling,14-38 SSL,2-8 164SX,14-28 SSLeay,13-4 SYI$_PAGE_SIZE,2-24, 14-2 SSLeay,13-4 SYLOGICALS.COM,4-26, 8-6, Stark, Tim,13-27 11-5 STARLET.L32,10-14 SYLOGICALS.TEMPLATE,4-26, STARLET.L64,10-14 5-39, 5-62, 6-1, 8-6, 15-25 STARLET.R64,10-14 Symbols STARLET.REQ,10-14 Compared to Logical Names, Storage 8-1 ATA,7-1, 9-5, 14-28, 14-32, DCL,8-1 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, Symbol Substitution 14-57 PIPE,8-9 CD-R,14-56 SYMBOL_VECTOR,10-6 CD-R/RW,9-7, 9-11 Symmetric Multiprocessing CD-Recordable,9-9 See SMP Disk Settings,14-49 synch-on-green,14-47 DVD+R/RW,9-7, 9-11 sys$acm,5-54 DVD-R/RW,9-7, 9-11 SYS$BASE_IMAGE,10-5 DVD-Recordable,9-9 SYS$BASE_IMAGE.EXE,4-17 FAT Format,7-2 sys$creprc,10-9 Floppy,7-2 SYS$DIAGNOSTICS.SYS,9-13 Free Space,12-3 SYS$DISK Logical Name,10-5 IDE,7-1, 9-5, 14-28, 14-32, SYS$DKDRIVER,14-65, 14-66 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, SYS$DNDRIVER,14-66 14-57 SYS$DQDRIVER,7-1, 9-5, 14-32, PC Format,7-2 14-57, 14-64, 14-66 Remaining on Tape,12-3 SYS$EFI.SYS,9-13, 14-9 SCSI,9-14, 14-2, 14-28, sys$erapat,5-62 14-32, 14-34, 14-42, 14-49, 14-53, 14-54, 14-55, 14-56, 14-57 Index-18 Index SYS$EXAMPLES:DAYLIGHT_ SYSALF,15-25 SAVINGS.COM,4-16, 4-18 SYSAP,15-13 SYS$EXAMPLES:GKTEST.C,14-66 SYSBOOT,5-7, 5-11, 15-21 sys$filescan,9-4 SYSGEN,5-11 sys$flush,9-2 SYSLOG,13-10 sys$getdvi,10-2 System Disk sys$getenv,14-8 VAXstation 3100,9-4 sys$getjpi,10-2 System Image,10-8 sys$getsyi,2-24, 10-2 System parameters SYS$GKDRIVER,14-66 ALLOCLASS,15-27 SYS$LIB_C.TLB,10-22, 10-29 DEVICE_NAMING,15-21 SYS$LOGIN Logical Name,8-10 EXPECTED_VOTES,15-17 SYS$LOGIN_DEVICE Logical Name LOAD_PWD_POLICY,5-53 ,8-10 MAXBUF,9-14 sys$parse,9-4 MAXPROCESSCNT,5-10 SYS$PIPE,8-9 MSCP_LOAD,15-13 SYS$PROCDMP,10-27 NISCS_LOAD_PEA0,15-26 SYS$PROTECTED_PROCDMP,10-27 PHYSICALPAGES,5-14 sys$putmsg,10-5 PHYSICAL_MEMORY,5-14 sys$qio,10-9, 11-12 RMS_SEQFILE_WBH,5-56 SYS$REGISTRY,15-25 SCSNODE,5-12, 5-14, 15-27 SYS$SCRATCH Logical Name,8-10 SCSSYSTEMID,5-14 SYS$SETBOOT.EXE,9-14, 14-20, SETTIME,4-4, 4-5, 4-28 14-22 TIMEPROMPTWAIT,4-4, 4-5 sys$setddir,10-5 TMSCP_LOAD,15-13 SYS$SETTIM,4-25 UAFALTERNATE,5-9 sys$set_system_event,4-19 VAXCLUSTER,15-26 sys$sndjbc,10-9 VOTES,15-17 SYS$STARTUP:DTSS$STARTUP.COM, WINDOW_SYSTEM,5-9, 11-5, 4-25 11-14 SYS$TIMEZONE.DAT,4-17, 4-24 WRITESYSPARAMS,5-9 SYS$TIMEZONE_DAYLIGHT_SAVING Systems and Options Catalog, Logical Name,4-23 3-4 SYS$TIMEZONE_DIFFERENTIAL System Service,10-8 Logical Name,4-23 SYSUAF,5-53, 15-25 SYS$TIMEZONE_NAME Logical Bypass,5-10 Name,4-21, 4-23 Corrupt,5-10 SYS$TIMEZONE_RULE,4-19 SYSUAFALT,15-25 SYS$TIMEZONE_SRC.DAT,4-24 SYSUAFALT.DAT,5-10 sys$trnlnm,8-3 SYS$WSDRIVER,11-3 SYS.STB,10-5 Index-19 Index ______________________________ Time (cont'd) T Error modifying time,4-25 ______________________________ GMT,4-29 TAP,15-11 Greenwich,4-29 TAPECOPY,7-3 IPL,4-12 Tapes IRIG,4-9 Compaction,12-4 Julian,4-1 Compression,12-4 Julian Calendar,4-2 Conversion,7-3 Julian Date,4-1 EBCDIC,7-3 Julian Day,4-1 Free Space,12-3 NIST,4-9 tar,13-16, 13-17 NOTSET,4-25 Target Systems,15-11 NTP,4-10 TB,2-25 Off By One Hour,4-24, 4-30, tcgmsg,13-10 10-22 TCL,13-13 Prime Meridian,4-30 TCOPY,7-3 SETCLOCK,4-14 TCPIP$CONFIGURATION.DAT,5-13 SET TIME Command,4-25 TCQ,14-2 TDF,4-17 TDF,4-17 TIMENOTSET,4-25 TECsys,14-21 Time service enabled,4-25 telnet,15-1 Timezone Rules,4-21 Telnet,5-62 TODR,4-5, 4-7 Telocator Alphanumeric TOY,4-5, 4-7 Protocol,15-11 UT0,4-29 Terabyte,2-25 UT1,4-29 Terminal emulator UT2,4-29 VTstar,11-4 UTC,4-17, 4-24, 4-29, 4-30, Terminal Server Manager,13-12 10-22 Test-Drive,2-16 TIMENOTSET,4-25 Test Manager,13-23 TIMEPROMPTWAUT system Text,10-16 parameter,4-4, 4-5 Text editor,13-17 Timezones Text editors,3-3 SYS$TIMEZONE_NAME,4-21 TFT2025,14-49 TZ,4-21 TIE,13-25 zic compiler,4-19, 4-20 Time TMSCP,15-13, 15-14 ACTS,4-9 TMSCP_LOAD system parameter, AlphaServer ES47,4-27 15-13 AlphaServer ES80,4-27 TODR,4-5, 4-7 AlphaServer GS1280,4-27 Tomcat,2-8 Clock Drift,4-12, 4-14 Too Few Servers Detected,4-26 Dial-up,4-9 DST,4-24, 4-30, 10-22 DTSS,4-10, 4-18 Index-20 Index Touch,13-13 UPS,13-10 Touch Technologies,vi UPShot,13-10 TOY Clock,4-5, 4-7 USB,14-62, 14-66 TPAMAC.REQ,10-15 USB Keydisk,14-10 Trailing Edge,13-27 Used Equipment Tripp-Lite,13-10 See HP Renew TrueType,11-19 User Group TS10,13-27 DECUS,1-11 TSM,13-12 Encompass,1-11 TT2$M_DISCONNECT,5-63 Interex,1-11 TTF,11-19 user-written system services, TTY_DEFCHAR2,5-63 5-1 TV,13-25 UT0,4-29 TZ Logical Name,4-21 UT1,4-29 ______________________________ UT2,4-29 U UTC,4-17, 4-29 ______________________________ UTC$CONFIGURE_TDF.COM,4-16 15 U.S.C 260a(a),4-22 UTC$TIMEZONE_SETUP.COM,4-16 U.S. Design,9-11 UTC$TIME_SETUP.COM,4-16, UAFALTERNATE,5-10 4-17, 4-20, 4-22, 4-23 UAFALTERNATE system parameter uudecode,13-2 ,5-9 uuencode,13-2, 13-16 UCB,10-9 UWSS,5-1, 10-8 UCX$CONFIGURATION.DAT,5-13 ______________________________ UCX$NFS_TIME_DIFFERENTIAL V Logical Name,4-23 ______________________________ UCX$TDF Logical Name,4-22 Vajh°j, Arne,13-2 UDDI,2-8 VAKSAT,7-2 UEFI,14-33 VAX Ultrium 230,14-56 Terminology,2-4 undelete,9-1 VAX/VMS Unified EFI Terminology,2-3 See UEFI VAX-11/782,14-15 Unified Extensible Firmware VAXBACK,5-20 Interface VAXcluster Console System, See UEFI 14-21 Uniform Time Act of 1966,4-22 VAXCLUSTER system parameter, unixODBC,9-15 15-26 UNIX shell,3-3, 3-7 VAXCRTL.EXE,10-25 unzip,14-23 VAX Emulator,13-27, 14-34 Update,5-23 VAXstation 3100 Upgrade,5-23 Console,9-4 System Disk Capacity,9-4 Index-21 Index VCC_FLAGS,9-15 Vols in Full XFC mode,9-16 VCS,14-21 Volume Set,9-7 Veracity,5-4 Volume Shadowing,15-27 Version Numbering,10-26 Allocation Class,15-27 Edit,10-26 Full Copy,5-64 Maintenance,10-26 Full Merge,5-65 Major,10-26 Minicopy,5-63 Minor,10-26 Minimerge,5-63 Versions,5-65 VOTES system parameter,15-17 Very Long Instruction Word vPars,4-27, 14-2, 14-8 See VLIW VR260,14-46 VEST,13-19, 13-25 VR290,14-46 VFC,9-16 VRC16,14-47 vi,13-17 VRC21,14-47 vile,13-17 VSXXX,14-46 vim,13-17 VTstar terminal emulator,11-4 VIOC,9-15 VXT,11-3 VIOC Compatable Mode,9-15 ______________________________ Virtual Circuit,15-13 W Virtual Partitioning,14-8 ______________________________ Virtual Terminal,5-62 w32time,4-31 VLIW,14-33 Web Archives,14-50 VMB,14-12 Web Browser VMove,7-2 See SWB VMS$AUDIT_SERVER,15-25 CSWB,13-4 VMS$CLASS_SCHEDULE,15-25 Lynx,13-5 VMS$DISK_CL_DRIVER,15-13 Mosaic,13-4 VMS$OBJECTS,15-25 Mozilla,13-4, 13-19 VMS$PASSWORD_HISTORY,15-25 Netscape,13-4 VMS$PASSWORD_POLICY,15-25 Netscape Navigator,13-20 VMS$TAPE_CL_DRIVER,15-13 Web server VMS$VAXCLUSTER,15-13 Apache,13-9 VMS73_XFC,9-15 OSU,13-9 VMSINSTAL,5-44 Purveyor,13-9 VMSINSTAL Update WASD,13-9 See Update Webserver,13-3 VMSLICENSE,5-12 Web Server,13-16 VMSMAIL_PROFILE,15-25 Western Kentucky University, vmstar,13-16 13-2 VMS_FLAGS,14-9 WINDOW_SYSTEM VMS_LOADER.EFI,5-8, 14-9 system parameter,11-5, _VMS_V6_SOURCE,4-17 11-14 Index-22 Index WINDOW_SYSTEM system parameter XOR,5-45 ,5-9 XP1000,14-49 Wiring,14-61 XPDF,3-1, 13-7 WIZARD.ZIP,3-11 xpm,11-8 WKU,13-2 XtAppAddInput,11-12 Wolf3D,13-16 xv,11-8 WRITEBOOT,9-14 X Windows,11-1 WRITEBOOT.EXE,14-20 X Windows Terminal,11-3 Write History Logging,5-63 ______________________________ WRITESYSPARAMS system Y parameter,5-9 ______________________________ WSDRIVER,11-3 Y2K,5-40 WWW,13-4 yacc,13-16 www.archive.org,14-50 Yamhill,2-14 ______________________________ Year 2000,5-40 X ______________________________ ______________________________ Z X11,11-18 ______________________________ X11R5,11-18 ZAP,7-4 X11R6.6,11-18 zic compiler,4-19, 4-20 XDR,10-17 Zimmerman, Phil,13-5 XFC,9-15 zip,9-17, 13-26 XLNperformance,5-39 Zip,14-56, 14-57 XLNsystems,5-39 Also see Info-Zip XML,2-8, 10-17, 13-11 Self-extracting,13-26 XOFF,14-63 ZMODEM,13-3 XON,14-63 Index-23 ---------------------------- #include <rtfaq.h> ----------------------------- For additional, please see the OpenVMS FAQ -- www.hp.com/go/openvms/faq --------------------------- pure personal opinion --------------------------- Hoff (Stephen) Hoffman OpenVMS Engineering 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