Your application is reporting problems reaching the back end database server at 172.16.1.116 or maybe you are about to set up a new application and you want to make sure it can reach the back end database server.
SFTP is the FTP subsystem that is part of SSH, it allows you to do encrypted file transfers. In the past week I have had 2 issues about SFTP not properly transferring files. In one case OpenVOS was the source of the file and in the other case OpenVOS was receiving the file.
Back in May of 2009 I wrote about securing telnetd so that only the RSN process has the ability to use it (Telnet can’t live with it, can’t live without it).
The information about current releases/versions of the VOS/OpenVOS operating system for V Series and Continuum systems has changed locations on the Stratus web pages.
Many times the only way, or at least the fastest way, to resolve network communications problems is by collecting a trace of the communication and sending it to an expert for analysis.
Your application just detected a critical condition, you can write a message to an application log or even the syserr_log but how do you notify someone right now that the application needs attention?
In this posting, I offer advice on how to configure your ftScalableTM Storage Array (hereafter abbreviated to ftScalable) to optimize its performance.
The stcp_statistics package has been updated to correct a problem.
A common misconception is that TCP guarantees delivery of the data.