When system log messages (all of them: hardware, security, syserr, etc) are generated in OpenVOS, they are sent to the syserr partition, and an event is notified. A process named TheOverseer is waiting on that event, along with a lot of other events.
Starting in release 13.2 VOS has offered the ability to configure a fault tolerant IP interface by configuring active/standby Ethernet adapters.
Sometimes netstat will show a socket that appears to be stuck. The remote application has been terminated, sometimes even the OpenVOS application has been terminated but netstat is still showing the socket. This article will explain why this happens and what you can do about it.
FTP transfer times painfully high, interactive login response time way too long, getting 1 mbps out of your 100 mbps network. While I always prefer to blame the network I have to admit that sometimes it is not the network.