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viewer1111
29-Apr-2013, 08:01
hi;

i have training network at home...
there is a 32 bit sles11 server and oracle 11 on a desktop...
i installed it as backside and database server....
it worked normally..i could access it with putty or vnc and client sqlplus

previous week i changed my notebook.. win7 pro...
after new notebook, when i opned suse, it was resetted my dsl modem...

is someone know why? why sles begin to work as dns server?

best regards

hendersj
29-Apr-2013, 17:12
On Mon, 29 Apr 2013 07:04:01 +0000, viewer1111 wrote:

> hi;
>
> i have training network at home...
> there is a 32 bit sles11 server and oracle 11 on a desktop...
> i installed it as backside and database server....
> it worked normally..i could access it with putty or vnc and client
> sqlplus
>
> previous week i changed my notebook.. win7 pro...
> after new notebook, when i opned suse, it was resetted my dsl modem...
>
> is someone know why? why sles begin to work as dns server?
>
> best regards

ab had asked some questions of you in addition to suggesting posting over
here:

> Is there something causing you to think that SLES caused your DSL modem
> to reset in correctly?

and:

> you should provide a lot of information from the system itself on what
> happened, from things like the `dmesg` command, /var/log/messages, etc.

Please provide that information so we can better assist you. :)

Jim

--
Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
Novell Knowledge Partner

viewer1111
30-Apr-2013, 22:44
dear jim;

when you said me, write networking...
i wrote again to this forum again.....
there is list of /var/log/ folder

"
boot.log
boot.msg
boot.omsg
ConsoleKit
cups
dump
faillog
firewall
firewall-20130422.bz2
gdm
krb5
lastlog
localmessages
mail
mail.err
mail.info
mail.warn
messages
NetworkManager
news
ntp
sa
samba
SaX.log
scpm
warn
wtmp
wtmp-20120703.bz2
wtmp-20120717.bz2
wtmp-20120906.bz2
wtmp-20121003.bz2
wtmp-20130421.bz2
xinetd.log
Xorg.0.log
Xorg.0.log.old
Xorg.1.log
Xorg.1.log.old
Xorg.2.log
Xorg.2.log.old
Xorg.3.log
Xorg.3.log.old
Xorg.4.log
Xorg.4.log.old
Xorg.5.log
Xorg.5.log.old
Xorg.99.log
Xorg.99.log.old
YaST2
zypp
"
which file, i will control?

and thx for kindness....

hendersj
30-Apr-2013, 23:07
On Tue, 30 Apr 2013 21:54:01 +0000, viewer1111 wrote:

> there is list of /var/log/ folder

We need contents from files, selectively, that show what's going on. (I
didn't suggest you post here, BTW, ab did. But either way....)

> which file, i will control?

I don't understand what you mean. Log files don't control anything, they
tell you what happened.

First question ab asked was what is causing you to think that SLES is
somehow resetting your DSL modem?

Second question was for some information from the output of the dmesg
command (you'll want to reproduce the problem and then run dmesg and clip
around what was happening when the modem reset). You'll want to extract
information from the /var/log/messages file.

You'll also need to tell us a little bit about the hardware in use - what
NIC in the server, what type of DSL modem, etc.

Without specific information, there's not a lot anyone can do to help you
- we don't have access to your system (and speaking for myself, don't
want *that*), and we're not mind readers. We only know what you tell us,
and can only work with what information you provide us about your system.

Does that make sense?

Jim



--
Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
Novell Knowledge Partner

viewer1111
01-May-2013, 13:14
dear jim;

excuse me....
i asked not exactly....
you are more experienced then me....
which log file contents are related with metworking?

best regards....

hendersj
01-May-2013, 17:23
On Wed, 01 May 2013 12:24:02 +0000, viewer1111 wrote:

> dear jim;
>
> excuse me....
> i asked not exactly....
> you are more experienced then me....
> which log file contents are related with metworking?
>
> best regards....

From my previous post:

"You'll want to extract information from the /var/log/messages file."

Don't post the entire file, but cause the problem to happen (whatever you
think triggers it), and then cut/paste the lines from the above log file
and paste them into a reply here, inside "code" tags (use the "#" button
in the advanced post editor).

But you also still haven't said why you think your SLES box is causing
this problem.

Jim



--
Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
Novell Knowledge Partner