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SHOW INTRUSION - BUFOVF ?

 
Ruslan R. Laishev
Super Advisor

SHOW INTRUSION - BUFOVF ?

Hello there!

Is there someone who have caugh the same:


$ show intrusion
Intrusion Type Count Expiration Source
Shared Memory !14<(!@UQ.!2ZL!AZ)!> !9@UQ !9@UQ !9@UQ
NETWORK SUSPECT 1 28-MAR-2008 13:13:48.43 DTW18::ipavlov
NETWORK SUSPECT 2 28-MAR-2008 13:15:53.03 DTW19::andrik07
NETWORK SUSPECT 1 28-MAR-2008 13:16:46.25 DTW19::griga
NETWORK SUSPECT 1 28-MAR-2008 13:15:43.54 POP3::89.253.25.118::B-O-V
NETWORK SUSPECT 2 28-MAR-2008 13:19:36.99 POP3::91.122.16.253::SKDSPB
$


OpenVMS/IA64/Alpha 8.3...



$ del /int *
$ sho int
%SHOW-F-NOINTRUDERS, no intrusion records match specification
$ sho int
%SHOW-F-NOINTRUDERS, no intrusion records match specification
$ sho int
%SHOW-F-NOINTRUDERS, no intrusion records match specification
$ sho int
%SHOW-F-NOINTRUDERS, no intrusion records match specification
$ sho int
%SHOW-F-NOINTRUDERS, no intrusion records match specification
$ sho int
Intrusion Type Count Expiration Source
Shared Memory !14<(!@UQ.!2ZL!AZ)!> !9@UQ !9@UQ !9@UQ
NETWORK SUSPECT 1 28-MAR-2008 13:19:05.51 DTW19::mostroy
NETWORK SUSPECT 1 28-MAR-2008 13:19:09.30 LOCAL:.DTV1::LAISHEV
$
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Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: SHOW INTRUSION - BUFOVF ?

Yes, I just checked under V8.3, the same error message. V8.2 seems to be o.k.

regards Kalle
Guenther Froehlin
Valued Contributor

Re: SHOW INTRUSION - BUFOVF ?

Some global messages where added in a recent remedial kit but utilities like "SHOW INTRUSION" which have a dependency on this where not rebuilt and shipped with this kit. Fixed in a future remedial kit.

/Guenther
John Gillings
Honored Contributor

Re: SHOW INTRUSION - BUFOVF ?

Fixed in VMS83A_RMS-V0700

o The SHOW INTRUSION command produced incorrect output,
for example:

Intrusion Type Count Expiration Source
Shared Memory !14<(!@UQ.!2ZL!AZ)!> !9@UQ !9@UQ !9@UQ
NETWORK SUSPECT 1 25-MAR-2008 09:56:26.28 LOCAL:NODE

The VMS83A_RMS-V0500 patch changed the internal
message codes of the message text used by various
SHOW commands and contained a new version of
SHOW.EXE. However, some SHOW commands such as SHOW
INTRUSION are implemented in other images that were
not updated, causing a skew in message references.
A crucible of informative mistakes