VAX4000/300 MNS7.3 isntallation from CDROM
holm at freibergnet.de
Fri Aug 7 14:43:14 CDT 2015
Jerry Weiss wrote:
> As Antonio mentioned, the condist VAXVMS073 normally boots into standalone backup mode. The only application
> that runs is BACKUP.
> if you boot
> >>>b/r5:10000000 dka700:
> (BOOT/R5:10000000 DKA700:)
tried this in the meantime... the system boots with b/r5:10000000 dua3:
...warnings about cannot map sysdump.dmp on the system disk,
cannot map pagefile.sys on the systemdisk
OpenVMS (TM) .. something..
%WBM-I-WBMINFO Write bitmap has successfuly completed
%sysinit-e --error opening system dump file..
%SYSTEM-I-MOUNTVER, DUA3: has been writer-locked. Mount verification in
and here it hangs, nothings happens. Can't get a prompt ot type anything.
Enough for today.
Thanks in the meantime and good night !
> You get a bit more capability to handle disks. You can mount the disks and verify they are accessbile. If you
> use dump, specify reasonable start and end blocks as interrupts don?t work (!)
> $set noverify
> Installing required known files...
> Configuring devices...
> System time is: 26-JUL-2015 00:11:19.97
> Enter Yes to the next question to leave the system time unchanged
> (the system clock continues to run unaffected)
> Enter No to set a new system time
> Enter ? to redisplay the time
> * Is this correct? (Y/N/?) y
> You can execute DCL commands and procedures for various "standalone"
> tasks, such as backing up the system disk.
> Please choose one of the following:
> 1) Execute DCL commands and procedures
> 2) Shut down this system
> Enter CHOICE or "?" to repeat menu: (1/2/?) 1
> WARNING --
> The normal OpenVMS startup procedure has not executed.
> Some commands and utilities will not work as documented.
> COMPAQ does not support PRODUCT INSTALL and other
> PRODUCT operations in this environment.
> Enter DCL commands -- Enter "LOGOUT" when done.
> When you enter "LOGOUT" a logout message will be displayed,
> and you will be returned to the menu.
> Note the different prompt.
> $$$ mount/fore dka400:
> %MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, HD1025 mounted on _DKA400:
> $$$ sh dev dka400:/full
> Disk DKA400:, device type SEAGATE ST15230N, is online, allocated, deallocate on
> dismount, mounted foreign, file-oriented device, shareable, error logging is
> Error count 0 Operations completed 5
> Owner process "STARTUP" Owner UIC [1,4]
> Owner process ID 00000023 Dev Prot S:RWPL,O:RWPL,G:R,W
> Reference count 2 Default buffer size 512
> Total blocks 8386733 Sectors per track 111
> Total cylinders 3977 Tracks per cylinder 19
> Volume label "HD1025" Relative volume number 0
> Cluster size 0 Transaction count 1
> Free blocks 0 Maximum files allowed 0
> Extend quantity 0 Mount count 1
> Mount status Process ACP process name ""
> Volume Status: Unknown ACP type.
> > On Aug 7, 2015, at 1:04 PM, Holm Tiffe <holm at freibergnet.de> wrote:
> > Jerry Weiss wrote:
> >> Having the CDROM write protected is normal for read-only media. The target drive needs to be write enabled. Before you boot the CD, list the disks you have.
> > Yes, it's vnormal that the CDR is ro..
> > I have the following devices:
> > du3 .. CDROM
> > and DISK0$DIA0 (RF31)
> > and DISK1$DIA1 (RF31)
> > and DISK2$DIA2 (RF71)
> >>>>> sh device
> >> Choose a disk that is unused/empty.
> >> Once you get the $ or $$$ prompt, you need to restore the save from the CDROM to your target disk using BACKUP.
> >> My installation looked like this. DKA700 is the VAXVMS073 CDROM. DKA0: is the unused disk. Both disks are on the SCSI bus.
> >> During the restore, control-T shows the progress.
> >> Once I finished the restore of the OS to the new disk, booting from that disk automatically starts the rest of the install process.
> >> ------------
> >> $$$ backup/image/verify dka700:vms073.b/save dka0:
> >> Restoring file: DKA0:[VMS$COMMON.SYS$LDR]FYDRIVER.EXE;1
> >> Saveset volume:1, saveset block:71 (32256 byte blocks)
> >> Restoring file: DKA0:[VMS$COMMON.SYS$LDR]SYSLOA1302.EXE;1
> >> Saveset volume:1, saveset block:143 (32256 byte blocks)
> >> Restoring file: DKA0:[VMS$COMMON.SYSMSG]CLIUTLMSG.EXE;1
> >> Saveset volume:1, saveset block:1260 (32256 byte blocks)
> >> %BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass
> >> $$$ log
> > I've booted the CD w/o any bootflag in R5 to the $ prompt.
> > , it asks for the date/time and displays the devices like above
> > (DISK0$DIA0 but DU3) and asks if that list is correct, yes it is.
> > After that I've issued:
> > $ backup/image/verify dua3:vms073.b/save disk0$dia0:
> > (dia0 only doesn't work)
> > I've get a long list about many files (from the cdrom)
> > and SYSTEM-F-VOLINF, volume is not software enabled
> > A while ago I've reformated an tested the 3 DSS
> > I disks with the firmware on them, the disks are all empty.
> > I think here is a step missing, Do I have to initialize them first?
> > The disks are ok, the veryfy programs on them saying that....
> > Regards,
> > Holm
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