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Q on V-class LCD display. What does "0 (0,0)" mean?

 
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Ed Lawrence_1
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Q on V-class LCD display. What does "0 (0,0)" mean?

I know that in FORTH/OBP mode, the prompt refers to the node# and monarch-cpu-#.
e.g. on our system, the prompt in FORTH MOde (OBP) is "0,B".

But on the side LCD display panel, the top line towards the left, one can see "0 (0,0)".

Can anyone tell me to what those three numbers refer?

Thanks.
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Michael Steele_2
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Re: Q on V-class LCD display. What does "0 (0,0)" mean?

Node is used interchangeably with system / server. There is also the test station.

0 (0,0 = The Node Status Line. (* The Node Status Line shows the node ID in both decimal and X, Y *)

I believe the 0 and the (0, 0) are interchangeable, and that a test station can be connected to two or more nodes / systems / servers.

Here is the diagnostics guide which indicates on page 252 the command pce_util and its usage of the node status line:

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/pdf/A3725-90009.pdf

Operator's manuals, et al.

See page 42:

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/pdf/A3725-96005.pdf

http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/pdf/A5075-90005.pdf
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Ed Lawrence_1
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Re: Q on V-class LCD display. What does "0 (0,0)" mean?

Thank you.