At 11:22 PM 5/13/99 -0400, Megan wrote:
One of the commands of the form
SET HOST/MAINT/UQSSP/SERVER n
where n is the number of the UQSSP port.
Ok, I tried this (but its SERVICE not SERVER) and I tried
SET HOST/MAINT/UQSSP/SERVICE 0
They just return to the chevron prompt.
Once the DUP starts up, it will prompt for a command
filename... type DIRECT and it will give you a listing
of what is available. Some drives have different numbers
of programs available, so try what looks obvious.
This got me looking and I tried:
SET HOST/DUP/UQSSP/DISK 0
nope, but it does say :Starting DUP server then Stopping DUP server.
BTW - the DUP protocol is essentially a protocol which
causes the VAX and the KFQSA to exchange packets of text.
You type something, it is packetized and sent to the KFQSA
where it is passed to code running in the disk. The output
of that code is passed back to the VAX in a packet.
Any other ideas?