The final version of the “Best Practices for Configuring ftScalable Storage Arrays on OpenVOS Systems” is now available.
A journey that began nearly 30 years ago continues today for many Stratus customers with the release of Stratus OpenVOS 17.1, arguably the world’s most reliable operating system for running mission-critical applications.
Prior to 17.1 STCP would resolve host names by first querying any configured DNS and only if there was no response or a negative response from the name servers would it search the local hosts file.
The CAC is frequently asked to look into problems with VOS message queues. Here are a couple of interesting ones, along with some solutions and recommendations that I’d like to share with you.
Paul Green will give an overview of the steps that you can follow to port open-source code to the Stratus OpenVOS operating system.
Did you miss the webinar? Well, we have the video right here for you!
Noah Davids, Support Engineer at Stratus discusses how application performance is affected by the network, the TCP stack and the application’s design.
The performance of applications that use cross module or cross system communication is dependent on having the correct number of OSL server processes running.
This talk will explain under what conditions it is safe to stop running the telnetd server and describe several approaches to prevent unwanted access to the module, via telnet, when it is not safe to just stop the telnetd server.