ADV_SERVER ADVANCEDSERVERJA-V0703-A1 HP Advanced Server/Japanese for OpenVMS V7.3A ECO1 Summary
TITLE: ADV_SERVER ADVANCEDSERVERJA-V0703-A1 HP Advanced Server/Japanese for OpenVMS V7.3A ECO1 Summary
NOTE: An OpenVMS saveset or PCSI installation file is stored
on the Internet in a self-expanding compressed file.
For OpenVMS savesets, the name of the compressed saveset
file will be kit_name.a-dcx_vaxexe for OpenVMS VAX or
kit_name.a-dcx_axpexe for OpenVMS Alpha. Once the OpenVMS
saveset is copied to your system, expand the compressed
saveset by typing RUN kitname.dcx_vaxexe or kitname.dcx_alpexe.
For PCSI files, once the PCSI file is copied to your system,
rename the PCSI file to kitname.pcsi-dcx_axpexe or
kitname.pcsi-dcx_vaxexe, then it can be expanded by typing
RUN kitname.pcsi-dcx_axpexe or kitname.pcsi-dcx_vaxexe. The
resultant file will be the PCSI installation file which can be
used to install the ECO.
New Kit Date: 17-JUN-2003
Modification Date: Not Applicable
Modification Type: New Kit
Copyright (c) Hewlett-Packard Company 2003. All rights reserved.
PRODUCT: HP Advanced Server/Japanese for OpenVMS
OP/SYS: OpenVMS Alpha
SOURCE: Hewlett-Packard Company
ECO Kit Name: ADVANCEDSERVERJA-V0703-A1
ECO Kits Superseded by This ECO Kit: None
ECO Kit Approximate Size: 117344 Blocks
Kit Applies To: OpenVMS Alpha V7.2-2,V7.3,V7.3-1
HP Advanced Server/Japanese for OpenVMS V7.3A ECO1
System/Cluster Reboot Necessary: Yes
Rolling Re-boot Supported: Information Not Available
1 : To be installed by all customers.
The following remedial kit(s) must be installed BEFORE
installation of this kit:
In order to receive all the corrections listed in this
kit, the following remedial kits should also be installed:
ECO KIT SUMMARY:
An ECO kit exists for Advanced Server for OpenVMS Alpha (V7.3A-ECO1).
This kit addresses the following problems:
PROBLEMS ADRESSED IN ADVANCEDSERVERJA-V0703-A1:
All problems are fixed in ADVANCEDSERVER-V0703-A1 (U.S. version) kit.
Please refer the documentations of the Advanced Server for OpenVMS
o Advanced Server Problems with File Access Permissions
o Permissions are not inherited properly on a new
directory created in a share that existed prior to
installation of V7.3A. The Advanced Server conforms to
the Windows NT Security model, including the inheritance
of file and directory security from directories to the
contents of directories. It is the Windows NT security
inheritance that is not working properly. For more
information on Windows NT and Windows 2000 security
descriptors and inheritance, see Chapter 12 (Access
Control) in Part 2 of the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
Distributed Systems Guide, at:
o The Creator Owner ACE might be missing from directories
created after installing V7.3A.
o %86 ACEs are not being created on some files and
directories. The Windows NT security descriptor is
stored in an OpenVMS ACL, specifically in the %86
ACE. In some cases, the %86 ACE is not being applied
when it should be. The unsupported registry parameter
ForceFileAcl affects the creation of %86 ACEs in
files. In the Advanced Server V7.3A, this parameter
was inadvertently set to a default value of 0 instead of
the expected value of 1. With V7.3A-ECO1, ForceFileAcl
is set to 1 (internally to the Advanced Server) and the
registry value is ignored.
These three problems may show up in any of a variety of
unexpected ways regarding user access to file and directory
resources. Some problems that have been reported include
users being able to create files but not being able to
modify or rename them, and users being unable to access a
file that they expect to be accessible. For instance, when
you display the permissions for the problem directories,
as in the following example (using the ADMINISTRATOR SHOW
FILES/PERMISSIONS command), the permissions might include
"Special Access" and "(Not Specified)" instead of the
expected permissions (such as "Change (RWXD) (RWXD)").
Administrators Special Access (All) (Not Specified)
Everyone Special Access (RWXD) (Not Specified)
DWilson Special Access (All) (Not Specified)
Server Operators Special Access (RWXD) (Not Specified)
SYSTEM Special Access (All) (Not Specified)
Note also that the CREATOR OWNER information is missing
from this display. The following example shows the
permissions that might be expected for the directory ACCNTS
(and here the CREATOR OWNER information is present, as it
Administrators Full Control (All) (All)
CREATOR OWNER Full Control (All) (All)
Everyone Change (RWXD) (RWXD)
DWilson Special Access (All)* (Not Specified)
Server Operators Change (RWXD) (RWXD)
o Wrong Time Set on Client After NET TIME Command Is Used to
Synchronize with the Server
When the NET TIME command is issued from a PC client to
synchronize its clock with the Advanced Server (V7.3-
ECO2 or later), as in the following example where the
server is named TINMAN, the time set on the client might
be incorrect. The time set on the client will be off by the
GMT difference (in hours) reported by the server.
C:\> NET TIME \\TINMAN /SET
o File Remains Locked, Access Violation Errors Reported
In rare circumstances, usually seen in environments that
include a large number of clients, an attempt to open
a file in a share on an OpenVMS Cluster can fail with a
sharing violation. This continues to occur after repeated
attempts to open the file.
The problem is seen only on one server node in the cluster.
The file can be opened from the other server node(s) in the
cluster. The only way to solve the problem is to restart
the server on the node that has the problem.
o Copying New Files with Certain Names to a Share Might Fail
Copying new files to an Advanced Server share might fail,
depending on the names of the files. The following are
examples of file names that cause the failure (the file
extension is irrelevant):
Attempts to copy such files result in an error message
similar to the following:
Error Copying File
Cannot copy filename: Cannot find the specified file.
Make sure you specify the correct path and filename.
o Server Might Crash in Routine RealGetSidOfUnixOwner
The server might crash in routine NtaclGetSidOfUnixOwner
of module NTACLMAP, leaving a traceback similar to the
following in the PWRK$LMSRV log file:
image module routine line rel PC abs PC
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00,
virtual address=0000000000000000, PC=00000000001AC7E0, PS=0000001B
%TRACE-F-TRACEBACK, symbolic stack dump follows
image module routine line rel PC abs PC
PWRK$LMSRV ACLMAP RealGetSidOfUnixOwner
120640 0000000000000250 0000000000...
PWRK$LMAPISHR NTACLMAP NtaclGetSidOfUnixOwner
89523 00000000000001FC 00000000005...
PWRK$LMAPISHR NTACL get_custom_sd
6385 00000000000000B0 00000000005C...
PWRK$LMAPISHR NTACL NtaclFetchWorkingSD
98211 00000000000016D8 00000000005...
o PWRK$LMMCP Hangs with One or More Server Cluster Members in
the LEF State
On an OpenVMS Cluster of four or more cluster members,
an attempt to start the Advanced Server on the 4th and
remaining cluster members might result in the PWRK$LMMCP
process on each of these servers hanging in the LEF (local
event flag) wait state. Symptoms include clients being
unable to connect to the servers and ADMINISTER commands
hanging or timing out.
For the corrections to take effect, you must reboot the system.
If you do reboot as recommended, you will not have to
reboot your system again after configuring your server,
unless you modify configuration parameters affecting
system resources (such as changes to the physical memory
to be used by the configuration, client capacity, or the
data cache size).
HP Advanced Server/Japanese for OpenVMS uses the POLYCENTER
Software Installation (PCSI) utility to install. Refer to
the HP Advanced Server/Japanese release notes and the Compaq
Advanced Server/Japanese for OpenVMS Server Installation and
Configuration Guide for complete details on how to install
Please note the following:
o Before attempting to install the Advanced Server,
HP recommends that you check your system for the
SYS$UPDATE:PWVN$IVP.DAT file and remove it. Previous
versions of PWVN$DEINSTAL.COM failed to remove the
file. If SYS$UPDATE:PWVN$IVP.DAT is present, the
installation assumes that Netware is still present
o In an OpenVMS Cluster, when installing the Advanced
Server V7.3A for OpenVMS over a previous installation
of V7.3, V7.3-ECO1, or V7.3-ECO2 of the Advanced Server
for OpenVMS, you must reboot your system before you
run the configuration procedure (PWRK$CONFIG.COM). The
installation procedure will notify you while presenting
the reboot options that you must reboot your system
before running PWRK$CONFIG.COM.
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