The VMS SharkOpenVMS Notes: Installing TSM on Alpha

My Problems Installing "Terminal Server Manager" on Alpha

My Network Interfaces View From DECnet Phase-IV

KAWC15::Neil> mcr ncp
NCP>show known lines
  
Known Line Volatile Summary as of 11-OCT-2003 14:06:30
 
   Line             State
 
  EIA-0             on
  EIA-1             off
  FPA-0             on
NCP>exit
Line Name Function
EIA Ethernet
FPA FDDI

TSM-2.1 Install (good)

KAWC15::Neil> dir *tsm*.exe

Directory CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]

tsm021_dcx_axp.exe;1                    tsmeco07021_a-dcx_axp.exe;1

Total of 2 files.
KAWC15::Neil> r tsm021_dcx_axp.exe

                FTSV DCX auto-extractible compressed file for OpenVMS (AXP)
                FTSV V3.0 -- FTSV$DCX_AXP_AUTO_EXTRACT
                Copyright (c) Digital Equipment Corp. 1993

Options: [output_file_specification [input_file_specification]]

The decompressor  needs to know  the filename to use for the 
decompressed file. If you don't specify any, it will use the
original name  of the  file before it  was  compressed,  and
create  it in  the  current  directory.  If  you  specify  a
directory name, the file will be created in that directory.

Decompress into (file specification):
        Opening and checking compressed file...
Decompressing (press Ctrl-T to watch the evolution)...
        Creating decompressed file...
        Original file specification: SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]TSM021.SAV;1
        Decompressed file specification: CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]TSM021.SAV;1
Successful decompression, decompression report follows:
        File Size: 9160.49 Blocks, 4580.25 Kbytes, 4690172 bytes
        Decompression ratio is 1 to 1.73 ( 73.31 % expansion )
        Elapsed CPU time:    0 00:00:01.02
        Elapsed time    :    0 00:00:02.28
        Speed : 416513.97 Blocks/min, 208256.98 Kbytes/min, 3554252.75 bytes/sec
KAWC15::Neil> bac TSM021.SAV/sav [.tsm...]/log
%BACKUP-S-CREDIR, created directory CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]TSM021_COVER.PS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]TSM021_COVER.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]TSM021_IGUIDE.PS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]TSM021_IGUIDE.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]TSM021_SPD.PS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.DOCUMENTATION]TSM021_SPD.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREDIR, created directory CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.KIT]
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.KIT]TSM021.A;1
KAWC15::Neil> @sys$update:vmsinstal


        OpenVMS AXP Software Product Installation Procedure V7.3-1


It is 11-OCT-2003 at 13:57.

Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

%VMSINSTAL-W-NOTSYSTEM, You are not logged in to the SYSTEM account.
%VMSINSTAL-W-ACTIVE, The following processes are still active:
       APACHE$00
       APACHE$00000
       APACHE$00001
       APACHE$00002
       Seti_CPU1
       Seti_CPU2
* Do you want to continue anyway [NO]? yes
* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? yes
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL.TSM.TSM021.KIT]

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: tsm021
* Enter installation options you wish to use (none): 

The following products will be processed:

  TSM V2.1


        Beginning installation of TSM V2.1 at 13:57

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product save set A ...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RELMOVED, Product's release notes have been moved to SYS$HELP.

    Digital Equipment Corporation 1990, 1994. All rights reserved.

   Restricted Rights: Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S.
   Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph
   (c) (1) (ii) of DFARS 252.227-7013, or in FAR 52.227-19, or in FAR
   52.227-14 Alt. III, as applicable.

   This software is proprietary to and embodies the confidential
   technology of Digital Equipment Corporation. Possession, use, or
   copying of this software and media is authorized only pursuant to a
   valid written license from Digital or an authorized sublicensor.

* Do you want to purge files replaced by this installation [YES]? yes

        This kit contains an Installation Verification Procedure (IVP)
        to verify the correct installation of TSM.  It can be run prior
        to the conclusion of this procedure by answering "YES" to the
        IVP prompt or invoked after the installation as follows:

        @SYS$COMMON:[SYSTEST]TSM$IVP.COM

* Do you want to run the IVP after the installation [YES]? yes


        Product:      TSM
        Producer:     DEC
        Version:      2.1
        Release Date: 29-APR-1994


* Does this product have an authorization key registered and loaded? yes

        The TSM installation procedure normally enables service 
        on the first circuit that it finds on this node.  This
        allows the node to down-line load and up-line dump 
        terminal servers.

        If you answer "No" to the following question, service
        will not be enabled.

* Do you want service enabled in the installation procedure [YES]? yes

        TSM requires a directory where the TSM command files and library 
        will be installed.  If the logical TSM$DEFAULT_DIRECTORY is 
        defined, the files will be installed in that directory.  If 
        the logical is not defined, the files will be installed in a 
        directory on the system disk called SYS$COMMON:[DECSERVER]. 

        Press return to use the value shown or enter a new disk and 
        directory specification.

* Target directory for TSM files [SYS$COMMON:[DECSERVER]]: 

        NOTE: Because TSM V2.1 will not be released with an updated
        manual (the V1.6 manual will be used), you are encouraged to
        print the release notes and read them.  (Located in 
        SYS$COMMON:[SYSHLP]TSM021.RELEASE_NOTES).

        If you are installing on a DECnet/OSI (DECnet Phase V) system
        or plan on upgrading your system to that version of DECnet,
        it is essential that you read the release notes.

        No further questions will be asked during the installation.
        Installation will take approximately 5 minutes.

        Installing Terminal Server Manager VMS Version V2.1...

        Linking Terminal Server Manager...

        Restoring the remaining TSM distribution kit files...

        Adding TSM to DCL command tables...

        Adding TSM to VMS help library...

        Defining and setting OBJECT NML to PROXY BOTH ALIAS OUTGOING ENABLED

        After the installation use AUTHORIZE to create proxy accounts for
        all the TSM users (if you have not done so already).

        Installation procedure for Terminal Server Manager V2.1
        has completed.

%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

    Digital Equipment Corporation 1990, 1994. All rights reserved.

     Beginning the TSM Installation Verification Procedure.

     Please ignore the following TSM test data.

Terminal Server Manager V2.1
Copyright  Digital Equipment Corporation. 1994. All Rights Reserved.
Usage is DIRECTORY
 
Server:         IVP_TEST_TSM       Circuit(s):      UNA-0
Address:        FE-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF  Maint. Password: 0000000000000000
Type:           DS100              Login Password:  ACCESS
Partition name: DEFAULT            DECnet Address:  0
Dump File:      SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSTEST]DS1IVP_TEST_TSM.DMP
Image File:     SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSTEST]PS0801ENG.SYS
Reference File: SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSTEST]IVP_TEST_TSM.TXT
 

 Installation Verification Procedure for TSM has completed successfully


        Installation of TSM V2.1 completed at 13:58

    Adding history entry in VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.HISTORY

    Creating installation data file: VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD]TSM021.VMI_DATA

Enter the products to be processed from the next distribution volume set.
* Products: 

        VMSINSTAL procedure done at 13:58


KAWC15::Neil>

TSM-2.1 Patch #7 Install (first attempt which fails)

(look for 2 annotations near the bottom of this section)

KAWC15::Neil> dir *tsm*.exe

Directory CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]

tsm021_dcx_axp.exe;1                    tsmeco07021_a-dcx_axp.exe;1

Total of 2 files.
KAWC15::Neil> r tsmeco07021_a-dcx_axp.exe

                FTSV DCX auto-extractible compressed file for OpenVMS (AXP)
                FTSV V3.0 -- FTSV$DCX_AXP_AUTO_EXTRACT
                Copyright (c) Digital Equipment Corp. 1993

Options: [output_file_specification [input_file_specification]]

The decompressor  needs to know  the filename to use for the 
decompressed file. If you don't specify any, it will use the
original name  of the  file before it  was  compressed,  and
create  it in  the  current  directory.  If  you  specify  a
directory name, the file will be created in that directory.

Decompress into (file specification):
        Opening and checking compressed file...
Decompressing (press Ctrl-T to watch the evolution)...
        Creating decompressed file...
        Original file specification: DISK13:[P_MCSKEANE]TSMECO07021.A;1
        Decompressed file specification: CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]TSMECO07021.A;1
Successful decompression, decompression report follows:
        File Size: 14298.03 Blocks, 7149.01 Kbytes, 7320591 bytes
        Decompression ratio is 1 to 1.82 ( 82.42 % expansion )
        Elapsed CPU time:    0 00:00:01.34
        Elapsed time    :    0 00:00:03.24
        Speed : 482265.78 Blocks/min, 241132.89 Kbytes/min, 4115334.75 bytes/sec
KAWC15::Neil> @sys$update:vmsinstal


        OpenVMS AXP Software Product Installation Procedure V7.3-1


It is 11-OCT-2003 at 14:19.

Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

%VMSINSTAL-W-NOTSYSTEM, You are not logged in to the SYSTEM account.
%VMSINSTAL-W-ACTIVE, The following processes are still active:
       APACHE$00
       APACHE$00000
       APACHE$00001
       APACHE$00002
       Seti_CPU1
       Seti_CPU2
* Do you want to continue anyway [NO]? yes
* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? yes
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: TSMECO07021
* Enter installation options you wish to use (none): 

The following products will be processed:

  TSMECO07 V2.1


        Beginning installation of TSMECO07 V2.1 at 14:19

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product save set A ...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RELMOVED, Product's release notes have been moved to SYS$HELP.

    Digital Equipment Corporation 1990, 1994. All rights reserved.

   Restricted Rights: Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S.
   Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph
   (c) (1) (ii) of DFARS 252.227-7013, or in FAR 52.227-19, or in FAR
   52.227-14 Alt. III, as applicable.

   This software is proprietary to and embodies the confidential
   technology of Digital Equipment Corporation. Possession, use, or
   copying of this software and media is authorized only pursuant to a
   valid written license from Digital or an authorized sublicensor.

* Do you want to purge files replaced by this installation [YES]? yes

        This kit contains an Installation Verification Procedure (IVP)
        to verify the correct installation of TSM.  It can be run prior
        to the conclusion of this procedure by answering "YES" to the
        IVP prompt or invoked after the installation as follows:

        @SYS$COMMON:[SYSTEST]TSM$IVP.COM

* Do you want to run the IVP after the installation [YES]? yes


        Product:      TSM
        Producer:     DEC
        Version:      2.1
        Release Date: 29-APR-1994


* Does this product have an authorization key registered and loaded? yes

        The TSM installation procedure normally enables service 
        on the first circuit that it finds on this node.  This
        allows the node to down-line load and up-line dump 
        terminal servers. If this default behavior does not set
        up service on all the circuits on which you wish to provide
        it, you must manually enable service on those circuits after 
        TSM installation completes. Refer to DECnet documentation
        for information on determining the current service state of
        a circuit and the commands to enable service.

        If you answer "No" to the following question, service
        will not be enabled.

* Do you want service enabled in the installation procedure [YES]? yes

        TSM requires a directory where the TSM command files and library 
        will be installed.  If the logical TSM$DEFAULT_DIRECTORY is 
        defined, the files will be installed in that directory.  If 
        the logical is not defined, the files will be installed in a 
        directory on the system disk called SYS$COMMON:[DECSERVER]. 

        Press return to use the value shown or enter a new disk and 
        directory specification.

* Target directory for TSM files [SYS$COMMON:[DECSERVER]]: 

        NOTE: Because TSM V2.1-07 will not be released with an updated
        manual (the V1.6 manual will be used), you are encouraged to
        print the release notes and read them.  (Located in 
        SYS$COMMON:[SYSHLP]TSM021.RELEASE_NOTES).

        If you are installing on a DECnet/OSI (DECnet Phase V) system
        or plan on upgrading your system to that version of DECnet,
        it is essential that you read the release notes.

        No further questions will be asked during the installation.
        Installation will take approximately 5 minutes.

        Installing Terminal Server Manager VMS Version V2.1-07...

        Linking Terminal Server Manager...

        Restoring the remaining TSM distribution kit files...


        Adding TSM to DCL command tables...

        Adding TSM to VMS help library...

        Defining and setting OBJECT NML to PROXY BOTH ALIAS OUTGOING ENABLED

        Enabling SERVICE on FWA-0...          <<<------ Oops! what is this?
%NCP-W-INVIDE, Invalid identification format , Circuit

%SYSTEM-F-IVDEVNAM, invalid device name
%VMSINSTAL-E-INSFAIL, The installation of TSMECO07 V2.1 has failed.
                                              <<<------ An unannounced roll-back occurred here
    Adding history entry in VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.HISTORY

Enter the products to be processed from the next distribution volume set.
* Products: 

        VMSINSTAL procedure done at 14:21


KAWC15::Neil> 

TSM-2.1 Patch #7 Install (second attempt which is successful)

(look for 1 annotation approximately 90 lines down)

KAWC15::Neil> dir *.a

Directory CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]

DFU_FREEWARE_024.A;1                    JRDBV71100AM071.A;1 PMDF061.A;1        
RDBV71100AM071.A;1  TSMECO07021.A;1     

Total of 5 files.

KAWC15::Neil> @sys$update:vmsinstal


        OpenVMS AXP Software Product Installation Procedure V7.3-1


It is 11-OCT-2003 at 16:26.

Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

%VMSINSTAL-W-NOTSYSTEM, You are not logged in to the SYSTEM account.
%VMSINSTAL-W-ACTIVE, The following processes are still active:
       APACHE$00
       APACHE$00000
       APACHE$00001
       APACHE$00002
       Seti_CPU1
       Seti_CPU2
* Do you want to continue anyway [NO]? yes
* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? yes
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: CSMIS$USER3:[ADMCSM.NEIL]

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: TSMECO07021
* Enter installation options you wish to use (none): 

The following products will be processed:

  TSMECO07 V2.1


        Beginning installation of TSMECO07 V2.1 at 16:27

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product save set A ...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RELMOVED, Product's release notes have been moved to SYS$HELP.

    Digital Equipment Corporation 1990, 1994. All rights reserved.

   Restricted Rights: Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S.
   Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph
   (c) (1) (ii) of DFARS 252.227-7013, or in FAR 52.227-19, or in FAR
   52.227-14 Alt. III, as applicable.

   This software is proprietary to and embodies the confidential
   technology of Digital Equipment Corporation. Possession, use, or
   copying of this software and media is authorized only pursuant to a
   valid written license from Digital or an authorized sublicensor.

* Do you want to purge files replaced by this installation [YES]? yes

        This kit contains an Installation Verification Procedure (IVP)
        to verify the correct installation of TSM.  It can be run prior
        to the conclusion of this procedure by answering "YES" to the
        IVP prompt or invoked after the installation as follows:

        @SYS$COMMON:[SYSTEST]TSM$IVP.COM

* Do you want to run the IVP after the installation [YES]? yes


        Product:      TSM
        Producer:     DEC
        Version:      2.1
        Release Date: 29-APR-1994


* Does this product have an authorization key registered and loaded? yes

        The TSM installation procedure normally enables service 
        on the first circuit that it finds on this node.  This
        allows the node to down-line load and up-line dump 
        terminal servers. If this default behavior does not set
        up service on all the circuits on which you wish to provide
        it, you must manually enable service on those circuits after 
        TSM installation completes. Refer to DECnet documentation
        for information on determining the current service state of
        a circuit and the commands to enable service.

        If you answer "No" to the following question, service
        will not be enabled.

* Do you want service enabled in the installation procedure [YES]? no <<<------ skip this

        TSM requires a directory where the TSM command files and library 
        will be installed.  If the logical TSM$DEFAULT_DIRECTORY is 
        defined, the files will be installed in that directory.  If 
        the logical is not defined, the files will be installed in a 
        directory on the system disk called SYS$COMMON:[DECSERVER]. 

        Press return to use the value shown or enter a new disk and 
        directory specification.

* Target directory for TSM files [SYS$COMMON:[DECSERVER]]: 

        NOTE: Because TSM V2.1-07 will not be released with an updated
        manual (the V1.6 manual will be used), you are encouraged to
        print the release notes and read them.  (Located in 
        SYS$COMMON:[SYSHLP]TSM021.RELEASE_NOTES).

        If you are installing on a DECnet/OSI (DECnet Phase V) system
        or plan on upgrading your system to that version of DECnet,
        it is essential that you read the release notes.

        No further questions will be asked during the installation.
        Installation will take approximately 5 minutes.

        Installing Terminal Server Manager VMS Version V2.1-07...

        Linking Terminal Server Manager...

        Restoring the remaining TSM distribution kit files...


        Adding TSM to DCL command tables...

        Adding TSM to VMS help library...

        Defining and setting OBJECT NML to PROXY BOTH ALIAS OUTGOING ENABLED

        After the installation use AUTHORIZE to create proxy accounts for
        all the TSM users (if you have not done so already).

        Installation procedure for Terminal Server Manager V2.1-07
        has completed.

%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

    Digital Equipment Corporation 1990, 1994. All rights reserved.

     Beginning the TSM Installation Verification Procedure.

     Please ignore the following TSM test data.

Terminal Server Manager V2.1-07
Copyright  Digital Equipment Corporation. 1994, 1995 All Rights Reserved.
Usage is DIRECTORY
 
Server:         IVP_TEST_TSM       Circuit(s):      FPA-0
Address:        FE-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF  Maint. Password: 0000000000000000
Type:           DS100              Login Password:  ACCESS
Partition name: DEFAULT            DECnet Address:  0
Dump File:      SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSTEST]DS1IVP_TEST_TSM.DMP
Image File:     SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSTEST]PS0801ENG.SYS
Reference File: SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSTEST]IVP_TEST_TSM.TXT
 

 Installation Verification Procedure for TSM has completed successfully


        Installation of TSMECO07 V2.1 completed at 16:27

    Adding history entry in VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.HISTORY

    Creating installation data file: VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD]TSMECO07021.VMI_DATA

Enter the products to be processed from the next distribution volume set.
* Products: 

        VMSINSTAL procedure done at 16:28


KAWC15::Neil> 

Downloading TSM

For some reason the OpenVMS folks at HP have removed the "Digital Networks" archive.
Currently (2005-10-29) TSM can only be found on OpenVMS freeware CD #6 available here

External Links

http://h71000.www7.hp.com/doc/82final/dcps_mg/dcpsnnn_mguide_001.html OpenVMS systems documentation


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Kitchener - Waterloo - Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.