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NFPCruss
Occasional Advisor

L class 2000

I am getting a     NIS: server not responding for domain xxxxxxx still trying      and unless I am in single user mode the system will keep rebooting itself.  please help.

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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: L class 2000

Is that NIS server up?

NFPCruss
Occasional Advisor

Re: L class 2000

Thank you for the reply, I am just starting at a job and believe this to be a test of sorts. i have no experience with hpux I really can't tell you if the NIS server is up because I don't know what that means.  What I am working on is an HP 9000 L2000  I am now in single user mode I keep getting the error

NIS: server not responding for domain "xxxxx''; still trying

111.11.11 00:00:00 hp1                pid=964        /usr/lib/netsvc/yp/ypbind 

 


Then it repeats bold type and has pid=965  

and goes on to do some more pid #'s

 

When booting the Configure LAN interfaces .............FAIL       is a fail

also Set privilege group is a fail

 

 

Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: L class 2000

My best guess would be that the heart of your problem lies here:

 

> Configure LAN interfaces .............FAIL

 

You will need to interrupt the rc scripts (these are what is running and giving you these OK/FAIL messages) so that you can then diagnose what is your network connection issue.  Without a LAN connection, you are not going to be able to contact your NIS server - or anything else.


Pete
Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: L class 2000

Oh, I should have added that the usual key sequence to interrupt the rc scripts is <ctrl>break.


Pete
NFPCruss
Occasional Advisor

Re: L class 2000

I tried to stop but it kept on truckin  ctrl break

 

can I open the rc.log and change what is needed?

NFPCruss
Occasional Advisor

Re: L class 2000

I was looking at the wrong server when I gave its info it is a K class k410 to be exact

 

NFPCruss
Occasional Advisor

Re: L class 2000

disregard it is the l2000 I think my brain is a puddle right now and my eyes are causing it to steem

Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: L class 2000

>can I open the rc.log and change what is needed?

 

This just gives you more details on the errors.  That may help you find out why the LAN isn't working.

NFPCruss
Occasional Advisor

Re: L class 2000

My boss is now helping me, I will post what the issue was when finished, or ask for more help when he is on something else.

S_Logan
HPE Pro

Re: L class 2000

Hi

 

The most common problem occurring at an NIS client node is for a command to hang.

 

NIS: server not responding for domain domainname. Still trying

 

You can check this link:

 http://uw713doc.sco.com/en/NET_nis/nisD.hang.html

 

HTH

Surendar

I work for HPE

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