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netstat says "no namelist"

Fred Ruffet
Honored Contributor

netstat says "no namelist"

Hi all,

When I run netstat on a 11.11 server it replies as follow :
#netstat
/stand/vmunix: no namelist

After a searching on itrc I found that it means server runs a kernel it didn't boot with ! sounds strange to me. I checked in /etc/rc.log and saw the following :
Output from "/sbin/rc1.d/S112kminit start":
----------------------------
* All configured modules are registered successfully.
insf: Unable to load the driver: drmfglinsf: Unable to load the driver: gvid_him_fglrxinsf: Unable to load the driver: drmfglrxinsf: Unable to unload the driver: drmfglinsf: Unable to unload the driver:
gvid_him_fglrxinsf: Unable to unload the driver: drmfglrx
NOTE: Module status

Name ID Status Type
=====================================================
krm 1 UNLOADED WSIO
gvid_info 2 UNLOADED WSIO
drmfgl 3 UNLOADED Misc
gvid_him_fglrx 4 UNLOADED Misc
drmfglrx 5 UNLOADED Misc

I tried to load the modules and got krm to load only. OFor other modules I got a permission denied. I issued a kmsystem -c n on those modules which I don't seem to need, reboot, but nothing changed :
root@rp3410:/#kmadmin -s
Name ID Status Type
=====================================================
krm 1 UNLOADED WSIO
gvid_info 2 LOADED WSIO
drmfgl 3 UNLOADED Misc
gvid_him_fglrx 4 UNLOADED Misc
drmfglrx 5 UNLOADED Misc

Any help appreciated.

Regards,

Fred
--

"Reality is just a point of view." (P. K. D.)
2 REPLIES
Michal Kapalka (mikap)
Honored Contributor

Re: netstat says "no namelist"

Mike Miller_8
Regular Advisor

Re: netstat says "no namelist"

Run 'lsdev' and verify that your lan driver(s)(and any others that you know should be in) are in the kernel. If they are not then add them back and reboot.