This is a discussion on Re: Intermittent RWSCS state - VMS ; Marty Kuhrt wrote on 09/11/2008 12:19:18 PM: > John Santos wrote: > > email@example.com wrote: > >> > >> Marty Kuhrt wrote on 09/09/2008 12:38:20 PM: > >> > >> > Since the VAX in OP's question is probably only ...
wrote on 09/11/2008 12:19:18 PM:
> John Santos wrote:
> > firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >> Marty Kuhrt
wrote on 09/09/2008 12:38:20
> >> > Since the VAX in OP's question is probably only talking to the
> >> > via its 10M network cable, it might be as simple as a that.
> >> No such luck. Talking on FDDI for SCS traffic. 10MB network for
> > Are you certain? IIRC, the default cluster configuration is to enable
> > SCS-capable circuits, and normally all the traffic would end up on the
> > fastest one (FDDI), but if there was a momentary failure or excessive
> > congestion on the FDDI, it might have failed over to the ethernet,
> > hitting the VAX's 10Mb bottleneck, and then never failed back. I
> > think the show cluster circuit counters should reveal if this has
> > happened. (I think the 2nd example shows circuit counters by circuit,
> > but not circuit names, so I can't tell which is which, though possibly
> > cluster expert could.)
> > There is a way to force it to use *only* the FDDI, and I think there's
> > a way to force to fail back to FDDI if for some reason it has failed
> > over to the Ethernet.
> > HTH.
> Now that I think on it, was there a FDDI interconnect for VAXen? I
> vaguely remember that Nemonix was making an after market one, but I
> don't remember a "native" one. Of course, that doesn't mean too much,
> since I occasionally forget I have my glasses on my head. ;^)
TurboChannel FDDI adapter and yes, Nemonix. Good memory after all.