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how i start the networker services for hp ux

panda_2
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how i start the networker services for hp ux

how i start the networker services for hp ux

 

 

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Hakki Aydin Ucar
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Re: how i start the networker services for hp ux

Laurent Menase
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Re: how i start the networker services for hp ux

what do you mean?
what service exactly do you want to start.

If you want to define network subsystem, then initialize ip addresses, then start inetd

/sbin/init.d/net.init start -> network low level init
/sbin/init.d/net start -> configure network interfaces
/sbin/init.d/inetd start -> start inetd
i_saha
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Re: how i start the networker services for hp ux

/sbin/init.d/networker start

Ajin_1
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Re: how i start the networker services for hp ux

There are different net work services. Which network service you want to start?
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Ajin.S
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Torsten.
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Re: how i start the networker services for hp ux

After 3 years it should be running or stopped forever ...

;-)

Hope this helps!
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Matti_Kurkela
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Re: how i start the networker services for hp ux

"Networker services" is a bit ambiguous. It might mean "networking services" as many seem to have guessed... or it might refer to the services related to the EMC (ex-Legato) NetWorker enterprise backup software.

 

The answer from i_saha is correct for the basic NetWorker backup client agent; if you're talking about the backup-related services in a NetWorker server system, you should refer to the documentation of your particular version of NetWorker. If I recall correctly, a NetWorker server system might have several NetWorker service components, which should be started in a correct order.

 

(I think NetWorker is a bit confusing name for a backup software... but since it's a long-lived product, I guess we're stuck with the name.)

MK