On 5/21/05, David J Dachtera <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Bruce Cooke wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have a Vaxstation 4000 60, vms 5.5 , 2 rz23l hard drives , and when
> > booting get the subject messages. The computer wont boot into dec windo=
> > so the only way in is thru the DCL sysboot menu.I know there are spare
> > blocks on the boot drive but have no idea how to fix no virtual address
> > space error Any one
> > here know how to solve this?
> Well, Peter suggested AUTOGEN. If you don't know what that is, I'd
> recommend a read through the on-line OpenVMS documentation which can be
> found via this URL:
> Look down the left-hand column for OpenVMS Operating System
> documentation, go that page, and have a read through the System
> Manager's Manual. The current version is quite far removed from V5.5,
> but many of the basics will apply.
> SInce you're having trouble booting, you may need to do a conversational
> boot and do a minimal startup. The sequence would look like this
> (assuming your boot root is 0(zero):
> >>> b/r5:1
> SYSBOOT> SET STARTUP_P1 "MIN"
> SYSBOOT> SET WRITESYSPARAMS 0
> SYSBOOT> CONT
> Then, if it boots up o.k. in minimum mode, run AUTOGEN from GETDATA
> through REBOOT:
> $ @SYS$UPDATE:AUTOGEN GETDATA REBOOT
> ...and see how it goes.
> David J Dachtera
> dba DJE Systems
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This isn't germane to the particular errors he's getting but, ahem,
He's running RZ23s.=20
Memory says you have to VMSTAILOR things to make VMS fit on one of
those (but I could be wrong).
He's gonna end up having space issues no matter what he does.
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