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SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

 
Deepika Punepal
Occasional Contributor

SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

SLD>>dir 20.99::
%DIRECT-E-OPENIN, error opening 20.99::*.*;* as input
-RMS-E-FND, ACP file or directory lookup failed
-SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

SLD>>dir marc99::
%DIRECT-E-OPENIN, error opening MARC99::*.*;* as input
-RMS-E-FND, ACP file or directory lookup failed
-SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

SLD>>dir 0::

Directory 0::SYS$SPECIFIC:[FAL$SERVER]
DO_NOT_DELETE.COM;2 GBU01105P.EXE;1 GOU03102S.PILOTE$SCREEN;1
GOU03701S.EXE;1 GOU04901S.EXE;1 GOU05502S.EXE;1
GOU06101S.PILOTE$SCREEN;1 GOU06705S.EXE;1
GOU06705S.PILOTE$SCREEN;1
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Volker Halle
Honored Contributor

Re: SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

Dear 'SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logica',

welcome to the OpenVMS ITRC forum.

Are you trying to imply, that 20.99 and MARC99 are the same nodes as node 0:: ?

For a LINKABORT message, you would normally look into the login-directory of the 'remote user' of the connection to look for a NET*SERVER.LOG file and any error messages in that file for further troubleshooting.

Volker.
Robert Gezelter
Honored Contributor

Re: SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT,

There are a variety of reasons why the remote file access listener (aka FAL) would close a logical link.

As Volker has said, examine the NET*SERVER.LOG files on nodes 20.99 and MARC99 (if they are not indeed one and the same) for details as to the actual problem.

- Bob Gezelter, http://www.rlgsc.com
Deepika Punepal
Occasional Contributor

Re: SYSTEM-F-LINKABORT, network partner aborted logical link

yes! 20.99, marc99 and 0:: are the same node.


Thanks for your help.
I changed the password of fal$server on system as well as decnet level the restarted decnet.. it is working fine.
:-)