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Re: Technical Observations on SATAN: Issue: VMS and TCP/IPHerb Peyerl (hpeyerlnovatel.ca)
Fri, 07 Apr 1995 09:22:02 -0600
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Software Test Account <softtestwu1.wl.aecl.ca> wrote: > For some reason when I test SATAN against VMS systems running either UCX or > Wollongong TCP/IP stacks the systems crash. > > I have no idea where to look? The crash logs do not reveal anything helpful. > A message coming from SATAN says: Nothing really helpful here but I've found that sneezing in the same room as a machine running UCX can cause it to crash... Actually, that's not strictly true though a sure way to crash a UCX laden machine is to send it a Loose source-route at least for the version of UCX that the machine I used to work on a year ago had... The words "Fatal Bug Check" come to mind but I really don't remember. At the time I didn't have the luxury of analyzing the problem as there were a couple hundred people logged into the machine and month-end had to be done so it was a matter of "Get the damn thing back up as soon as possible".