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Help..trying to fsck/mount/recover/clone UW 2.1.2 drive in UW7.1.3

Hopefully that subject line got somebody's attention  :  )

A little background on my problem first:
I'm working with a voice-over-IP box made by lucent, which happens to
essentially be a passive-backplane single board setup in a rackmount AT card,
running Unixware 2.1.2 from a Quantum Fireball 4.3GB single-ended SCSI drive.
Trouble is I don't know the root password. I've been round and round with it,
figuring out how to work with the drives, get them recognized, load hba
drivers, break out of installers to do all that, etc. (With a lot of helpful
advice from Tony Lawrence and Frank, thanks guys!)

 At this point I have obtained a set of 7.1.3 install media, and installed it
another another drive on the SCSI bus, which I am booting from. I can see the
original drive with fstyp, prtvtoc, fsck, mount, etc, and I'm familiar with how
to edit the password file to reset the password. 

Note: I have already tried to reset by booting from various 2.1.x install
disks, but they won't seem to see my HBA, so there are no devices in /dev/dsk
or /dev/rdsk besides floppy devices (things starting with f) My host adapter is
not really a particular model, but it's AIC-7880(or I think that's the chip
number)
based(SCSI is on board on the single board computer that runs the box)
Under 7.1.3 it works with the "adsl" driver.
 
The issue right now is that it claims the drive is corrupted and wants to do a
full fsck of the drive before allowing me to mount it, and I'm slightly
apprehensive about letting 7.1.3's fsck loose on a drive is native to 2.1.2,
especially given it being my only copy of the data.
Also, the 2.1.2 drive boots fine on its own, so I would doubt that it is
*actually* corrupted.

For reference:
fstyp -v /dev/rdsk/c0b0t1d0s1
vxfs
(so it's using vxfs)

Also, here is the result of a prtvtoc /dev/rdsk/c0b0t1d0s0
slice 0:     DISK      permissions:        VALID UNMOUNTABLE
starting sector: 63 (cyl 0)     length: 8417997 (4110.35 cyls)     

slice 1:     ROOT      permissions:        VALID
starting sector: 562275 (cyl 274)     length: 3534300 (1725.73 cyls)

slice 2:     SWAP      permissions:        VALID UNMOUNTABLE
starting sector: 48195 (cyl 0)     length: 514080 (251.02 cyls)

slice 7:     BOOT      permissions:        VALID UNMOUNTABLE
starting sector: 63 (cyl 0)     length: 34 (0.02 cyls)

slice 8:     ALT SEC/TRK      permissions:        VALID UNMOUNTABLE
starting sector: 97 (cyl 0)     length: 15968 (7.80 cyls)

slice 10:     STAND      permissions:        VALID
starting sector: 16065 (cyl 7)     length: 32130 (15.69 cyls)

slice 12:     HOME      permissions:        VALID
starting sector: 4096575 (cyl 2000)     length: 4209030 (2055.19 cyls)

slice 15:     VOLPRIVATE      permissions:        VALID UNMOUNTABLE
starting sector: 8305605 (cyl 4055)     length: 16065 (.84 cyls)

When I try to mount it, it hiccups like so:
mount -F vxfs /dev/dsk/c0b0t1d0s1 /mnt
UX:vxfs mount: ERROR: /dev/dsk/c0b0t1d0s1 is corrupted. needs checking

When I try to fsck it wants to do a full one:
fsck -F vxfs /dev/dsk/c0b0t1d0s1
log replay in progress
US:vxfs fsck: ERROR file system does not contain a valid log
UX:vxfs fsck: ERROR: cannot perform log replay
full file system check required, exiting ...

-----------
My questions:

1. Will 7.1.3's fsck successfully work on a 2.1.2 drive?
2. How can I clone the drive to make a backup copy before attempting to fsck it
fully (fsck -F vxfs -o full /dev/dsk/c0b0t1d0s1) (or should I be fsck'ing it as
a raw device rather than block device?) I understand that unixware is very
picky about geometry being the same between two drives and dd will most likely
not work properly because the slices would end up in the wrong places.
Something I read mentioned using dump/restore instead, but restore doesn't seem
to be a valid command on 7.1.3. I'm prepared to buy an other identical drive
with the same geometry if I have to to make it work.

3. How can I configure the system to echo shell sessions to the COM port? It
would make it easier to cut and paste shell commands and results for people
trying to assist me.
4. Assuming I fsck, mount and edit the /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow and still
can't get it, how does "chroot passwd" relate to it (I saw it mentioned in
something somebody posted about getting both files edited and password still
not being reset.
5. Anybody have install CD's for 2.1.2 or 2.1.3, and how does it handle loading
HBA drivers?

Hoping I can find a solution since I've been battling with this off and on
since late december.
Thanks in advance
-Chris
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Hi, I'm trying to perform an Audit of several Unixware 2.1.3 and SCO 5.7.1.1 (yes, really!) and I need to get the commands to grab all the info about the systems. This is things like number of disk controllers, disks, size of disks, amount of memory, CPUs, software installed, NICs, tape drives, volume groups (if approprate). Is there a bunch of commands somewhere that I can use to get all this info. I've been googling around, and looking through this group for some of the morning but I'm not having much luck. Have got all the commands / scripts for AIX, Solaris and HP-UX but not for SCO. Many thanks, Steve Button On 2 Aug 2005 04:06:58 -0700, "Steve Button" <steve0504@pointers-uk.net> wrote: >Hi, > >I'm trying to perform an Audit of several Unixware 2.1.3 and SCO >5.7.1.1 (yes, really!) and I need to get the commands to grab all the >info about the systems. This is things like number of disk controllers, >disks, size of disks, amount of memory, CPUs, software installed, NICs, >tape drives, volume groups (if approprate). > >Is there a bunch of commands somewhere that I can use to get all this >info. I've been googling around, and looking through this group for >some of the morning but I'm not having much luck. > Is version 5.7.1.1 UnixWare 7.1.1? I've never seen Unixware in any form, but on SCO OpenServer there is a command called "hw" which will detail most if not all of what y...

Kontact 1.0.2, KMail 1.7.2 (KDE 3.3.2 Mandriva 2005 LE) can't see my GPG key, but knode can use it
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi I can't get to sign e-mails in KMail. When I look up my identity, there is nothing in the "cryptograhy" tab of my identity. However, I can make god signatures from knode (e.g. this article :-) ). When I try to read keys to assign a key in Configure Kontact -> Mail -> Identities -> "this one" -> Cryptography there are no keys to pick from and when I click the Change button next to OpenGPG signing key, I get a pop-up error meesage "no backends found for listing keys. Check your installation." I have KDE 3.3.2 from plain Mandriva 2005 LE. Any help appreciated Jens - -- Key ID 0x09723C12, jensting@tingleff.org Analogue filtering / 5GHz RLAN / Mdk Linux / odds and ends http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/ +44 1223 211 585 "Howdy, stranger.." "Stranger than WHAT?" 'Texarkana' -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (GNU/Linux) iD8DBQFDStZtimJs3AlyPBIRAqo2AKCZbwF5pP0AwiARL9Ckt4fJUxoY+ACfb+Ue aAPXhmCrXy3zgCyDLt5YTnc= =l/FQ -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- ...

[0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n]
Is there a way to achieve a vector like the one below without using loops? [0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n] "Ulrik Nash" <uwn@sam.sdu.dk> wrote in message <kp999d$a8e$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > Is there a way to achieve a vector like the one below without using loops? > > [0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n] You could try this: floor(0:1/rep:n+1-1/rep) where rep is the number of repetitions (2 in your case) Hi, a cool way to do that is using the kronecker product kron(0:n,[1 1]); "Ulrik Nash" <uwn@sam.sdu.dk> wrote in message <kp999d$a8e$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > Is there a way to achieve a vector like the one below without using loops? > > [0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n] There is another way to achieve that. Do this like the following: >> n=7; u(1:2:2*n+1)=0:n; >> u(2:2:2*n+2)=0:n; The array u seems to be what you want. ...

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