Configuring Administration Menus and Devices
To change the default time it takes before users are automatically signed off the system from the default of 300 seconds. This, again, is to give you more time to work as you are learning. Back out to the GTM prompt. At the GTM prompt, Type "D ^ZU".
At ACCESS CODE, type in the code you chose when setting up ADMINISTRATOR,SYSTEM. At VERIFY CODE, hit ENTER. When asked for a new verify code enter and re-enter it. GTM>D ^ZU Volume set: ROU:bonez UCI: VAH Device: /dev/pts/1 ACCESS CODE: ******** VERIFY CODE: Good afternoon root You last signed on today at 14:24 You must change your VERIFY CODE at this time. Enter a new VERIFY CODE: ******** Please re-type the new code to show that I have it right: ******** OK, Verify code has been changed! WARNING -- TASK MANAGER DOESN'T SEEM TO BE RUNNING!!!! Select Systems Manager Menu Option:
At Select Systems Manager Menu Option: Type "OPER"
(short for operations management) and hit enter. You can see all of the choices available to you if you type "??". At Select Operations Management Option: Type "KER" (short for Kernel Management Menu) and hit enter. At Select Kernel Management Menu Option: Type "ENT" (short for Enter/Edit Kernel Site Parameters) and hit enter. A similar screen as editing the SYSTEM MANAGER will be displayed. Navigate the screen with the TAB key. For DEFAULT TIMED-READ (SECONDS): change it to 3600 to allow an hour before being automatically signed off
Select Systems Manager Menu Option: OPERations Management
Select Operations Management Option: KERnel Management Menu
Select Kernel Management Menu Option: ENTer/Edit Kernel Site Parameters
Note: the TaskMan site parameters have been moved out of this file. Use the Edit TaskMan Parameters option to edit those values.
Kernel Site Parameter edit DOMAIN:BONEZ.OSWIZARDS.COM DEFAULT # OF ATTEMPTS: 5 AGENCY CODE: VA DEFAULT LOCK-OUT TIME: 600 DEFAULT MULTIPLE SIGN-ON: YES MULTIPLE SIGN-ON LIMIT: DEFAULT AUTO-MENU: NO DEFAULT AUTO SIGN-ON: Disabled DEFAULT LANGUAGE: DEFAULT TYPE-AHEAD: YES DEFAULT TIMED-READ (SECONDS): 3600 BROKER TIMEOUT: 180 BYPASS DEVICE LOCK-OUT: ASK DEVICE TYPE AT SIGN-ON: LIFETIME OF VERIFY CODE: 90 DEFAULT INSTITUTION: SOFTWARE SERVICE AUTO-GENERATE ACCESS CODES: LOG RESOURCE USAGE?: _______________________________________________________________________________ COMMAND: Press <PF1>H for help Insert
Kernel Site Parameter edit DOMAIN:BONEZ.OSWIZARDS.COM Vol Set Max Sign-ons Log RT? ROU 1000 VISTA 256 NO ROUTINE MONITORING: Routine Namespace's
Kernel Site Parameter edit DOMAIN:BONEZ.OSWIZARDS.COM MAX SPOOL LINES PER USER: 9999999 MAX SPOOL DOCUMENTS PER USER: MAX SPOOL DOCUMENT LIFE-SPAN: LOG RESOURCE USAGE?: DEFAULT DIRECTORY FOR HFS: /tmp/ DNS IP: 192.168.1.3 NEW PERSON IDENTIFIERS:
Kernel Site Parameter edit DOMAIN:BONEZ.OSWIZARDS.COM OPTION AUDIT: FAILED ACCESS ATTEMPTS: INITIATE AUDIT: TERMINATE AUDIT: Option to audit Namespace to audit User to audit Device to audit
Kernel Site Parameter edit DOMAIN:BONEZ.OSWIZARDS.COM IRM MAIL GROUP: AFTER HOURS MAIL GROUP:
Update the Devices, Start Taskman and Mail a Message These are basic devices to complete the setup. You can setup other devices, such as printers, later.
The system already comes with preconfigured devices.
It is best to leave the VOLUME SET(CPU) field blank. The help text for the field states: "If no name has been entered for this field, this device is assumed to be accessible from all CPUs in the network. In other words, when this device is referenced, the device handler will operate as if this device is resident on the local CPU".
The SIGN-ON/SYSTEM DEVICE: field should be set to NO or left blank for output devices and YES if the device is used to log on to the system.
Use FileMan to edit the CONSOLE, NULL, HFS, and TELNET devices.
- CONSOLE is the primary logon device. - NULL device is used by the Vista RPC Broker - HFS is used by the Kernel Installation and Distribution System (KIDS) to install application patches and new applications when they are released. - TELNET device to allow remote access. At the GTM> prompt, type "D Q^DI" to invoke VA Fileman. At Select OPTION: type "1" (ENTER OR EDIT FILE ENTRIES) at INPUT TO WHAT FILE:, enter "3.5" GTM>D Q^DI VA FileMan 22.0 Select OPTION: 1 ENTER OR EDIT FILE ENTRIES INPUT TO WHAT FILE: NEW PERSON// 3.5 DEVICE (41 entries) EDIT WHICH FIELD: ALL// Select DEVICE NAME: CONSOLE 1 CONSOLE CONSOLE |TRM| 2 CONSOLE GTM-UNIX-CONSOLE Console (GT.M) /dev/tty ROU CHOOSE 1-2: 2 GTM-UNIX-CONSOLE Console (GT.M) /dev/tty ROU NAME: GTM-UNIX-CONSOLE// LOCATION OF TERMINAL: Console (GT.M)// Select MNEMONIC: CONSOLE// LOCAL SYNONYM: $I: /dev/tty// VOLUME SET(CPU): ROU// SIGN-ON/SYSTEM DEVICE: YES// TYPE: VIRTUAL TERMINAL// SUBTYPE: C-VT100// ASK DEVICE: YES// ASK PARAMETERS: ASK HOST FILE: ASK HFS I/O OPERATION: ^
Select DEVICE NAME: TELNET
NAME: GTM-UNIX-TELNET// LOCATION OF TERMINAL: TELNET// Select MNEMONIC: TELNET// LOCAL SYNONYM: $I: /dev/pts/// VOLUME SET(CPU): ROU// SIGN-ON/SYSTEM DEVICE: YES// TYPE: VIRTUAL TERMINAL// SUBTYPE: C-VT320// C-VT100 1 C-VT100 Digital Equipment Corporation VT-100 video 2 C-VT100HIGH Normal display of characters in BOLD ! CHOOSE 1-2: 1 C-VT100 Digital Equipment Corporation VT-100 video ASK DEVICE: YES// ASK PARAMETERS: ^
Select DEVICE NAME: HFS Host File Server /tmp/tmp.txt ROU
NAME: HFS// LOCATION OF TERMINAL: Host File Server// Select MNEMONIC: LOCAL SYNONYM: $I: /tmp/tmp.txt// /tmp/vista-tmp.txt VOLUME SET(CPU): ROU// SIGN-ON/SYSTEM DEVICE: ^
Select DEVICE NAME: NULL
1 NULL NT SYSTEM //./nul 2 NULL GTM-UNIX-NULL Bit Bucket (GT.M-Unix) /dev/null 3 NULL-DSM Bit Bucket _NLA0: CHOOSE 1-3: 2 GTM-UNIX-NULL Bit Bucket (GT.M-Unix) /dev/null NAME: GTM-UNIX-NULL// LOCATION OF TERMINAL: Bit Bucket (GT.M-Unix) Replace Select MNEMONIC: NULL// LOCAL SYNONYM: $I: /dev/null// VOLUME SET(CPU): SIGN-ON/SYSTEM DEVICE: NO// TYPE: TERMINAL// ^