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Hp Ux 11.11 @ rp7410 Server BCH Problem Autoboot

 
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mannu1969
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Hp Ux 11.11 @ rp7410 Server BCH Problem Autoboot

Hi

Hp ux 11.11 running on a rp7410 gives a message 'Boot action for this path specify that PDC stops at BCH' and waits for input at Main Menu:> , We have to bypass this and make the server Auto boot with out halting at BCH. Any body who can help with set of commands.

Thanks in advance
MKA
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Torsten.
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Re: Hp Ux 11.11 @ rp7410 Server BCH Problem Autoboot

Go to the BCH configuration menu and run "PF":

Configuration Menu: Enter command > pf

Primary Boot Path Action
Boot Actions: Go to BCH.

HA Alternate Boot Path Action
Boot Actions: Go to BCH.

Alternate Boot Path Action
Boot Actions: Go to BCH.

Configuration Menu: Enter command > he pf

---- PATHFLAGS Help ----------------------------------------------------------

PATHFLAGS displays or sets the boot control flag for each boot path.
The boot control flag setting determines what action should be taken
when booting from the specified path and what to do should the boot
be unsuccessful.

PathFlags Display the boot path flag for each boot path
PathFlags Display the boot path flag for specified path
PathFlags Set the boot path flag for the specified path

= [PRI|HAA|ALT]
= 0 Go to BCH (Boot Console Handler)
1 Boot from this path. If unsuccessful, go to BCH
2 Boot from this path. If unsuccessful, go to next
path
3 Skip this path and go to next path

Path Order = PRIMARY -> HA ALTERNATE -> ALTERNATE -> BCH

Short Command for PathFlags: PF
----

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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