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Possible DECnet problem?

I'm trying to access localy node smczu1 with accout smsc, but i'm receiving this result. With account system it's working without problem, but with all other accounts it's not working. On other nodes this problem doesn't exist.

CZU1:SYSTEM> dir smczu1"smsc password"::
%DIRECT-E-OPENIN, error opening SMCZU1"smsc password"::*.*;* as input
-RMS-E-FND, ACP file or directory lookup failed
-SYSTEM-F-LINKEXIT, network partner exited

Where it can be a problem? Thanks for help.
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Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: Possible DECnet problem?

I would login as SYSTEM and check the account settings. Does Devices/Directory of user SMSC exists?
Are errors in the NET$SERVER.LOG file?
Does SHOW INTR or AUDIT show any problems?

regards Kalle

Re: Possible DECnet problem?

Hello Karl.

Account setting si the same like on the nodes where is no problem. No intrusions. In the logfile NET$SERVER.LOG is this

CZU1:SYSTEM> search SYS$SYSDEVICE:[SMSC]NET$SERVER.LOG "-e-"
-SET-E-INVDEV, device is invalid for requested operation
CZU1:SYSTEM> search SYS$SYSDEVICE:[SMSC]NET$SERVER.LOG "-w-"
%SET-W-NOTSET, error modifying DSA0:
CZU1:SYSTEM> search SYS$SYSDEVICE:[SMSC]NET$SERVER.LOG "-f-"
%DECW-F-INVQUAVAL, invalid qualifier for /NODE


Duncan Morris
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Solution

Re: Possible DECnet problem?

You have probably got issues with either this user's login.com or with sylogin.com.

There are at least some commands that should only be executed in interactive mode being executed during the login.

i.e.

%DECW-F-INVQUAVAL, invalid qualifier for /NODE

You will likely find commands like

SET TERM/INQ

being executed.

It is quite likely that the network login is being aborted by these or other failures in the scripts.

Try using f$mode() to restrict theses commands to interactive sessions.

$ if f$mode() .eqs. "INTERACTIVE"
$ then
$ set term/inq
$ set term/line/insert/wid=132
$ this_node = f$getsyi("nodename") + "> "
$ set prompt="''this_node'"
$ endif

The fact that SYSTEM works, suggest that these commands are being skipped for this username.

Re: Possible DECnet problem?

Thank you very much. Problem solved. It was exactly like Duncan said.