Install Log: VAX/VMS 5.3

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This page shows the install log from the process of installing VMS 5.3 on a VAXstation 3100 M90.

This is pretty rough – very few explanatory comments have been added at this stage.

The command to issue at the standalone backup command is (If the CDROM drive is DKB400 and the hard drive is DKB300): BACKUP/VERIFY DKB400:VMS053.B/SAVE_SET DKB300:

=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= PuTTY log 2016.04.28 16:23:00 =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=



[First shows the power up sequence]



KA41-A  V1.4          

F_..E...D...C...B...A...9...8...7...6...5...4...3...2_..1?..


 ?  C  0080  0000.4001
??  1  00C0  0011.700E


>>> show dev
 VMS/VMB  ULTRIX    ADDR    DEVTYP  NUMBYTES  RM/FX  WP  DEVNAM  REV
 -------  ------  --------  ------  --------  -----  --  ------  ---
 ESA0     SE0     08-00-2B-16-01-79


 DKA300   RZ3     A/3/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 MKA500   TZ5     A/5/0/00  TAPE    ........   RM        

 ...HostID....    A/6       INITR


 DKB200   RZ10    B/2/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 DKB300   RZ11    B/3/0/00  DISK    ........   FX    ..  NOT REA0202

 ...HostID....    B/6       INITR

 DKB700   RZ15    B/7/0/00  DISK      425 MB   FX        M2623S-0202



>>>



[Next we show formatting one of the hard drives]



>>> show dev
 VMS/VMB  ULTRIX    ADDR    DEVTYP  NUMBYTES  RM/FX  WP  DEVNAM  REV
 -------  ------  --------  ------  --------  -----  --  ------  ---
 ESA0     SE0     08-00-2B-16-01-79


 DKA300   RZ3     A/3/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 MKA500   TZ5     A/5/0/00  TAPE    ........   RM        

 ...HostID....    A/6       INITR


 DKB200   RZ10    B/2/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 DKB300   RZ11    B/3/0/00  DISK    ........   FX    ..  

 ...HostID....    B/6       INITR

 DKB700   RZ15    B/7/0/00  DISK      425 MB   FX        M2623S-0202



>>> test 75

        ScsHDerase




PV_SCS_FMT_CHN (0=SCSIA \ 1=SCSIB) ? 0




PV_SCS_FMT_ID (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7) ? 3




PV_SCS_FMT_RUsure (1\0) ? 1

PV_SCS_FMTing..........
PV_SCS_FMT_BBrepl = 0

PV_SCS_FMT_SUCC


>>> 



[Below is with a CDROM drive attached as DKB400]




>>> show dev
 VMS/VMB  ULTRIX    ADDR    DEVTYP  NUMBYTES  RM/FX  WP  DEVNAM  REV
 -------  ------  --------  ------  --------  -----  --  ------  ---
 ESA0     SE0     08-00-2B-16-01-79


 DKA300   RZ3     A/3/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 MKA500   TZ5     A/5/0/00  TAPE    ........   RM        

 ...HostID....    A/6       INITR


 DKB200   RZ10    B/2/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 DKB400   RZ12    B/4/0/00  RODISK    205 MB   RM        CD-ROM 1337

 ...HostID....    B/6       INITR

 DKB700   RZ15    B/7/0/00  DISK      425 MB   FX        M2623S-0202



>>> boot dkb400


-DKB400
   VAX/VMS Version BI53-492 Major version id = 1 Minor version id = 0

PLEASE ENTER DATE AND TIME (DD-MMM-YYYY  HH:MM)  28-APR-1995

Configuring devices . . .

Available device  DKB400:                          device type Generic_DK
Available device  DKB200:                          device type RZ23
Available device  DKB700:                          device type Generic_DK
Available device  DKA300:                          device type RZ23
Available device  MKA500:                          device type TZ30
%BACKUP-I-IDENT, Stand-alone BACKUP V5.3; the date is 28-APR-1995 09:55:41.60
$ backup dkb400:vms053.b/save_set dka300:

%BACKUP-I-PROCDONE, operation completed.  Processing finished at 28-APR-1995 10:00:40.64
If you do not want to perform another standalone BACKUP operation,
use the console to halt the system.

If you do want to perform another standalone BACKUP operation, 
ensure the standalone application volume is online and ready.
Enter "YES" to continue: yes

%BACKUP-I-IDENT, Stand-alone BACKUP V5.3; the date is 28-APR-1995 10:01:01.26
$ 
?02 EXT HLT

    PC = 801370A4


>>> boot dka300


-DKA300
   VAX/VMS Version BI53-492 Major version id = 1 Minor version id = 0


                VAX/VMS V5.3 Installation Procedure

                         Model: MicroVax 3100
                 System device: RZ23 - _DKA300:
                   Free Blocks: 169074
                      CPU type: 10-04



* Please enter the date and time (DD-MMM-YYYY HH:MM): 28-apr-2016 20:11

%SET-I-NEWAUDSRV, identification of new audit server process is 00000027
%LICENSE-F-EMTLDB, license database contains no license records
%LICENSE-E-NOAUTH, DEC VAX-VMS use is not authorized on this node
-LICENSE-F-NOLICENSE, no license is active for this software product
-LICENSE-I-SYSMGR, please see your system manager
Startup processing continuing...

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 20:12:34.13  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator _OPA0: has been enabled, username SYSTEM

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 20:12:34.43  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator _OPA0:
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 20:12:39.10  %%%%%%%%%%%
Logfile has been initialized by operator _OPA0:
Logfile is SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;1

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 20:12:39.11  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;1
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 20:12:42.08  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY), system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Audit server shutting down
Event time:             28-APR-2016 20:12:42.07
PID:                    00000023        

%SYSGEN-W-OPENIN, error opening SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSEXE]ZSDRIVER.EXE; as input
%SYSGEN-E-FNF, file not found

    If this system disk is to be used in a cluster with multiple system
    disks, then each system disk must have a unique volume label.  Any
    nodes having system disks with duplicate volume labels will fail to
    boot into the cluster.

    You may indicate a volume label of 1 to 12 characters in length.  If you
    wish to use the default name of VAXVMSRL053 just press RETURN in response
    to the next question.

* Enter the volume label for this system disk [VAXVMSRL053]: M90SYS

* Enter name of drive holding the VMS distribution media: DKB400
* Is the VMS media ready to be mounted? [N] Y

%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, VMSU1053     mounted on _DKB400:

    The full VMS kit will be installed on this system disk.
    The following components (with approximate sizes) will be provided:

        o VMS library                    -  27500 blocks
        o VMS optional                   -   9000 blocks

    Space remaining:  132373 blocks


    You can provide DECwindows support now, or you can use the
    DECW$TAILOR utility to provide or remove DECwindows support
    after the installation.

    NOTE: Some media, TK50s in particular, can be very slow when
    tailoring on files.  You might want to provide DECwindows
    options now and tailor off unwanted files later.

* Do you want to provide optional DECwindows support? (Y/N) Y

    You can install either the complete DECwindows kit or selected portions
    of it.  A complete installation requires 44500 blocks.  If you
    want to perform a partial installation, you can choose to install one
    or more of the following DECwindows components:

        o DECwindows device support      -   9500 blocks
        o DECwindows applications        -  11000 blocks
        o DECwindows programming support -  24000 blocks

* Do you want to install complete DECwindows support? (Y/N) Y

    Space remaining:  87873 blocks


    The following options will be provided:

        VMS library
        VMS optional
        DECwindows device support with:
            o 75 dots per inch video fonts
            o 100 dots per inch video fonts
            o applications
        DECwindows programming support for:
            o Ada
            o BASIC
            o BLISS
            o C (MIT binding)
            o C (VAX binding)
            o FORTRAN
            o MACRO
            o Pascal
            o PL/1

    Space remaining:  87873 blocks

* Is this correct? (Y/N) Y

    Restoring VMS library save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    Restoring VMS optional save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    You may now remove the VMS distribution kit from DKB400:.


    Put the DECwindows distribution kit in the drive.


* Enter name of drive holding the DECwindows distribution media: DKB400
* Is the DECwindows media ready to be mounted? [N] Y

%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, VMSU1053     mounted on _DKB400:

    Restoring DECwindows applications save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    Restoring DECwindows device support save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    Restoring DECwindows 75DPI fonts save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    Restoring DECwindows 100DPI fonts save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    Restoring DECwindows programming support save set ...
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass

    Creating [VMS$COMMON] directory tree ...


    In a cluster, you can run multiple systems sharing all files except 
    PAGEFILE.SYS, SWAPFILE.SYS, SYSDUMP.DMP and VAXVMSSYS.PAR.

* Will this node be a cluster member? (Y/N) n

* Do you want DECwindows as the default windowing system? (Y/N) y

    You may now remove the DECwindows distribution kit from DKB400:.



    Now we will ask you for new passwords for the following accounts:

        SYSTEM, SYSTEST, FIELD

    Passwords must be a minimum of 8 characters in length.  All passwords
    will be checked and verified.  Any passwords that can be guessed easily
    will not be accepted.



* Enter password for SYSTEM: 

* Re-enter for verification: 
    Password verification error.

* Enter password for SYSTEM: 

* Re-enter for verification: 
%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%VMS-I-PWD_OKAY, account password for SYSTEM verified


* Enter password for SYSTEST: 

* Re-enter for verification: 
%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%VMS-I-PWD_OKAY, account password for SYSTEST verified


    The SYSTEST_CLIG account will be disabled.  You must re-enable
    it before running UETP but do not assign a password.

%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated


* Enter password for FIELD: 

* Re-enter for verification: 
%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%VMS-I-PWD_OKAY, account password for FIELD verified


    Creating RIGHTS database file, SYS$SYSTEM:RIGHTSLIST.DAT
    Ignore any "-SYSTEM-F-DUPIDENT, duplicate identifier" errors.

%UAF-I-RDBCREMSG, rights data base created
%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier DEFAULT value: [000200,000200] added to rights data base
%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier FIELD value: [000001,000010] added to rights data base
%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier SYSTEM value: [000001,000004] added to rights data base
%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier SYSTEST value: [000001,000007] added to rights data base
%UAF-E-RDBADDERRU, unable to add SYSTEST_CLIG value: [000001,000007] to rights data base
-SYSTEM-F-DUPIDENT, duplicate identifier
%UAF-I-NOMODS, no modifications made to system authorization file
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights data base modified
                                            
    After the installation finishes, you may want to do one or more of the 
    following tasks:

    o DECOMPRESS THE SYSTEM LIBRARIES - For space considerations, many of
      the system libraries are shipped in a data compressed format.  If you
      have enough disk space, you may decompress them for faster access. To
      data expand the libraries, type:

        $ @SYS$UPDATE:LIBDECOMP.COM

      If you choose not to decompress these libraries there will be a
      negative impact on the performance of the HELP and LINK commands.

    o BUILD A STANDALONE BACKUP KIT - You can build a standalone backup kit
      using the procedure described in your VMS installation and operations
      guide which is supplied with your VAX computer.

    o TAILOR THE SYSTEM DISK - You may want to review the files provided or
      not provided during this installation.  If you find there are files
      you want to remove from the system disk (TAILOR OFF) or files you want
      to add (TAILOR ON), use the following utilities to perform the
      desired tailoring.

          VMS tailoring:          $ RUN SYS$UPDATE:VMSTAILOR

          DECwindows tailoring:   $ RUN SYS$UPDATE:DECW$TAILOR


=================================================================
    Continuing with VAX/VMS V5.3 Installation Procedure.



********************************************************************************

    After the system has rebooted you must register any Product
    Authorization Keys (PAKs) that you have received with this kit.  
    You may register these PAKs by executing the following procedure:

        $ @SYS$UPDATE:VMSLICENSE

    See the VMS License Management Utility Manual for any additional
    information you may need.

********************************************************************************


    Running AUTOGEN to compute the new SYSGEN parameters.

    An attempt may be made to re-size the pagefile or swapfile.  If 
    there is insufficient room on the disk, the recommended size is 
    displayed with a message that the file should be created or 
    extended manually by the system manager later on.


    Running AUTOGEN -- Please wait

%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, GETDATA phase is beginning.
%AUTOGEN-I-NEWFILE, A new version of SYS$SYSTEM:PARAMS.DAT has been created.
        You may wish to purge this file.
%AUTOGEN-I-END, GETDATA phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, GENPARAMS phase is beginning.
%AUTOGEN-I-NOFEEDBACK, Feedback information will not be used in the subsequent
        calculations.
%AUTOGEN-I-NEWFILE, A new version of SYS$MANAGER:VMSIMAGES.DAT has been created.
        You may wish to purge this file.
%AUTOGEN-I-NEWFILE, A new version of SYS$SYSTEM:SETPARAMS.DAT has been created.
        You may wish to purge this file.
%AUTOGEN-I-END, GENPARAMS phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, GENFILES phase is beginning.


******************
%AUTOGEN-W-DSKSPC, The disk on which DKA300:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS
        resides would be over 95% full if it were modified to hold 98000 blocks.
******************

%AUTOGEN-I-NOCHANGE, DKA300:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS
        will not be modified.


%AUTOGEN-I-CREATE, DKA300:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS
        will be modified to hold 21600 blocks.
%SYSGEN-I-EXTENDED, DKA300:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS;1 extended



******************
%AUTOGEN-W-DSKSPC, The system disk would be over 95% full
        if the dump file were created with 65545 blocks.
******************

%AUTOGEN-I-NOCHANGE, No dump file modifications will be made.

%AUTOGEN-I-END, GENFILES phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, SETPARAMS phase is beginning.
%AUTOGEN-I-END, SETPARAMS phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, REBOOT phase is beginning.

    The system is shutting down to allow the system to boot with the
    generated site-specific parameters and installed images.

    The system will automatically reboot after the shutdown and the
    installation will be complete.



        SHUTDOWN -- Perform an Orderly System Shutdown


%SHUTDOWN-I-BOOTCHECK, Performing reboot consistency check...
%SHUTDOWN-I-CHECKOK, Basic reboot consistency check completed

%SHUTDOWN-I-OPERATOR, This terminal is now an operator's console.
%OPCOM-W-NOOPCOM, the request was not sent, the OPCOM process is not running
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISLOGINS, Interactive logins will now be disabled.
%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 0, current interactive value = 0
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPQUEMAN, The queue manager will now be stopped.
%JBC-E-JOBQUEDIS, system job queue manager is not running

SHUTDOWN message from user SYSTEM at  Batch   21:08:30
The system will shut down in 0 minutes; back up SOON.  Please log off.
Reboot system with AUTOGENerated parameters


%SHUTDOWN-I-SITESHUT, The site-specific shutdown procedure will now be invoked.
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPUSER, All user processes will now be stopped.
%SHUTDOWN-I-REMOVE, All installed images will now be removed.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISMOUNT, All volumes will now be dismounted.
%OPCOM-W-NOOPCOM, the request was not sent, the OPCOM process is not running
%OPCOM-W-NOOPCOM, the request was not sent, the OPCOM process is not running


 83 BOOT SYS

-ESA0
?54 RETRY

?54 RETRY

?54 RETRY

?02 EXT HLT

    PC = 00001C1A


>>> show dev
 VMS/VMB  ULTRIX    ADDR    DEVTYP  NUMBYTES  RM/FX  WP  DEVNAM  REV
 -------  ------  --------  ------  --------  -----  --  ------  ---
 ESA0     SE0     08-00-2B-16-01-79


 DKA300   RZ3     A/3/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 MKA500   TZ5     A/5/0/00  TAPE    ........   RM        

 ...HostID....    A/6       INITR


 DKB200   RZ10    B/2/0/00  DISK      104 MB   FX        RZ23   0A18

 DKB400   RZ12    B/4/0/00  RODISK    205 MB   RM        CD-ROM 1337

 ...HostID....    B/6       INITR

 DKB700   RZ15    B/7/0/00  DISK      425 MB   FX        M2623S-0202



>>> set boot dka300


>>> boot  


-DKA300
   VAX/VMS Version V5.3     Major version id = 1 Minor version id = 0


    ***************************************************************

    VAX/VMS V5.3

    You have SUCCESSFULLY installed the VMS operating system.

    The system is now executing the STARTUP procedure.  Please
    await the completion of STARTUP before logging into the
    system (approximately three minutes).

    ***************************************************************


The VAX/VMS system is now executing the system startup procedure.

%SET-I-NEWAUDSRV, identification of new audit server process is 00000107
%LICENSE-F-EMTLDB, license database contains no license records
%SYSGEN-W-OPENIN, error opening SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]ZSDRIVER.EXE; as input
%SYSGEN-E-FNF, file not found
%LICENSE-E-NOAUTH, DEC VAX-VMS use is not authorized on this node
-LICENSE-F-NOLICENSE, no license is active for this software product
-LICENSE-I-SYSMGR, please see your system manager
Startup processing continuing...

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:13:56.07  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator _OPA0: has been enabled, username SYSTEM

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:13:56.42  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator _OPA0:
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:13:57.02  %%%%%%%%%%%
Logfile has been initialized by operator _OPA0:
Logfile is SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;1

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:13:57.03  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;1
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12


The VAX/VMS system is now executing the site-specific startup commands.

%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 64, current interactive value = 0
  28-APR-2016 21:14:01
  SYSTEM       job terminated at 28-APR-2016 21:14:13.79

  Accounting information:
  Buffered I/O count:         1042      Peak working set size:   673
  Direct I/O count:            547      Peak page file size:    2874
  Page faults:                5668      Mounted volumes:           0
  Charged CPU time:     0 00:00:28.89   Elapsed time:     0 00:01:42.76

        Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3    


Username: SYSTEM

Password: 
%LICENSE-I-NOLICENSE, no license is active for this software product
%LOGIN-S-LOGOPRCON, login allowed from OPA0:
        Welcome to VAX/VMS version V5.3

$ @sys$update:vmslicense

    VMS License Management Utility Options:

        1. Register a Product Authorization Key
        2. Amend an existing Product Authorization Key
        3. Cancel an existing Product Authorization Key
        4. List Product Authorization Keys
        5. Modify an existing Product Authorization Key

        9. Exit this procedure

    Type '?' at any prompt for a description of the information 
    requested.


Enter one of the above choices [1]: 4

   The LIST option allows you to list the license information stored in
   a license database.


   Enter name of the product whose license you want to list.  Enter
   the wildcard character (*) to display information on all products.


                 Product Name []: *

        FULL or BRIEF listing [BRIEF]: 
Press Ctrl/Z to exit, use arrow keys to scroll.
License Management Facility


 License Database File:SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB;1

 Created on:28-APR-2016

 Created by user:SYSTEM

 LMF Version:V1.0


 -----------------------------------

 [End Of List]
    VMS License Management Utility Options:

        1. Register a Product Authorization Key
        2. Amend an existing Product Authorization Key
        3. Cancel an existing Product Authorization Key
        4. List Product Authorization Keys
        5. Modify an existing Product Authorization Key

        9. Exit this procedure

    Type '?' at any prompt for a description of the information 
    requested.


Enter one of the above choices [4]: 1

Do you have your Product Authorization Key? [YES]: 

   The REGISTER option allows you add a new license to a license
   database.  A Product Authorization Key (PAK) provides the product 
   name and information you need to register the license.  You must 
   enter all the information provided by your PAK exactly as specified.


PAK ID:

                       Issuer [DEC]: 

         Authorization Number []: h HOBBYIST-VA-KEY12713-160328

PRODUCT ID:

                 Product Name [*]: VAX-VMS

                     Producer [DEC]: 

NUMBER OF UNITS:

              Number of Units []: 0

KEY LEVEL:

                      Version []: 

         Product Release Date []: 

KEY TERMINATION DATE:

         Key Termination Date []: 28-APR-2017

RATING:

      Availability Table Code []: 

          Activity Table Code []: 100

MISCELLANEOUS:

                  Key Options []: 

                Product Token []: 

                  Hardware-Id []: 

                     Checksum []: 2-ECAP-NJFM-ADIC-HEPM

      License Database File:  SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB
                     Issuer:  DEC
              Authorization:  HOBBYIST-VA-KEY12713-160328
                   Producer:  DEC
               Product Name:  VAX-VMS
                      Units:  0
                       Date:  
                    Version:  
           Termination Date:  28-APR-2017
               Availability:  
                   Activity:  CONSTANT=100
                    Options:  
                      Token:  
                Hardware ID:  
                   Checksum:  2-ECAP-NJFM-ADIC-HEPM


Is this information correct? [YES]: 

Registering VAX-VMS license in SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB...


Do you want to LOAD this license on this system? [YES]: 

%LICENSE-I-LOADED, DEC VAX-VMS was successfully loaded with 0 units

    VMS License Management Utility Options:

        1. Register a Product Authorization Key
        2. Amend an existing Product Authorization Key
        3. Cancel an existing Product Authorization Key
        4. List Product Authorization Keys
        5. Modify an existing Product Authorization Key

        9. Exit this procedure

    Type '?' at any prompt for a description of the information 
    requested.


Enter one of the above choices [1]: 1

Do you have your Product Authorization Key? [YES]: 

   The REGISTER option allows you add a new license to a license
   database.  A Product Authorization Key (PAK) provides the product 
   name and information you need to register the license.  You must 
   enter all the information provided by your PAK exactly as specified.


PAK ID:

                       Issuer [DEC]: 

         Authorization Number [HOBBYIST-VA-KEY12713-160328]: 

PRODUCT ID:

                 Product Name [VAX-VMS]: DVNETRTG

                     Producer [DEC]: 

NUMBER OF UNITS:

              Number of Units [0]: 

KEY LEVEL:

                      Version []: 

         Product Release Date []: 

KEY TERMINATION DATE:

         Key Termination Date [28-APR-2017]: 

RATING:

      Availability Table Code []: 

          Activity Table Code [100]: 

MISCELLANEOUS:

                  Key Options []: 

                Product Token []: 

                  Hardware-Id []: 

                     Checksum [2-ECAP-NJFM-ADIC-HEPM]: 2-EELC-PBGI-KAGE-BPCE

      License Database File:  SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB
                     Issuer:  DEC
              Authorization:  HOBBYIST-VA-KEY12713-160328
                   Producer:  DEC
               Product Name:  DVNETRTG
                      Units:  0
                       Date:  
                    Version:  
           Termination Date:  28-APR-2017
               Availability:  
                   Activity:  CONSTANT=100
                    Options:  
                      Token:  
                Hardware ID:  
                   Checksum:  2-EELC-PBGI-KAGE-BPCE


Is this information correct? [YES]: 

Registering DVNETRTG license in SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB...


Do you want to LOAD this license on this system? [YES]: 

%LICENSE-I-LOADED, DEC DVNETRTG was successfully loaded with 0 units

    VMS License Management Utility Options:

        1. Register a Product Authorization Key
        2. Amend an existing Product Authorization Key
        3. Cancel an existing Product Authorization Key
        4. List Product Authorization Keys
        5. Modify an existing Product Authorization Key

        9. Exit this procedure

    Type '?' at any prompt for a description of the information 
    requested.


Enter one of the above choices [1]: 4

   The LIST option allows you to list the license information stored in
   a license database.


   Enter name of the product whose license you want to list.  Enter
   the wildcard character (*) to display information on all products.


                 Product Name [DVNETRTG]: *

        FULL or BRIEF listing [BRIEF]: 
Press Ctrl/Z to exit, use arrow keys to scroll.
License Management Facility


 License Database File:SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB;1

 Created on:28-APR-2016

 Created by user:SYSTEM

 LMF Version:V1.0


 -----------------------------------

 DVNETRTGDEC

 VAX-VMSDEC

 [End Of List]
    VMS License Management Utility Options:

        1. Register a Product Authorization Key
        2. Amend an existing Product Authorization Key
        3. Cancel an existing Product Authorization Key
        4. List Product Authorization Keys
        5. Modify an existing Product Authorization Key

        9. Exit this procedure

    Type '?' at any prompt for a description of the information 
    requested.


Enter one of the above choices [4]: 4

   The LIST option allows you to list the license information stored in
   a license database.


   Enter name of the product whose license you want to list.  Enter
   the wildcard character (*) to display information on all products.


                 Product Name [*]: *

        FULL or BRIEF listing [BRIEF]: FULL

List license history information (YES or NO) [NO]: YES
Use CTRL/Z to exit, PF3-PF4 for Previous-Next Screen and Arrow Keys to scroll.
License Management Facility


 License Database File:SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]LMF$LICENSE.LDB;1

 Created on:28-APR-2016

 Created by user:SYSTEM

 LMF Version:V1.0


 -----------------------------------

 Issuer:DEC

 Authorization:HOBBYIST-VA-KEY12713-160328

 Product Name:DVNETRTG

 Producer:DEC

 Units:0

 Version:0.0

 Date:(none)

 Termination Date:28-APR-2017

 Availability:0

 Activity:000000100

 Options:

 Hardware ID:


 Revision Level:1

 Status:Active





















-----------------------------------

 Issuer:

 DEC

 Authorization:

 HOBBYIST-VA-KEY12713-160328

 Product Name:

 VAX-VMS

 Producer:

 DEC

 Units:

 0

 Version:

 0.0

 Date:

 (none)

 Termination Date:

 28-APR-2017

 Availability:

 0

 Activity:

 000000100

 Options:

 Hardware ID:

 Revision Level:

 1

 Status:

 Active

 Command:

 REGISTER

 Modified by user:

 SYSTEM

 Modified on:

 28-APR-2016 21:26:09.57

 [End Of List]

 

    VMS License Management Utility Options:

        1. Register a Product Authorization Key
        2. Amend an existing Product Authorization Key
        3. Cancel an existing Product Authorization Key
        4. List Product Authorization Keys
        5. Modify an existing Product Authorization Key

        9. Exit this procedure

    Type '?' at any prompt for a description of the information 
    requested.


Enter one of the above choices [4]: 9

$ @SYS$MANAGER:NETCONFIG.COM

DECnet-VAX network configuration procedure

This procedure will help you define the parameters needed to get DECnet 
running on this machine.  You will be shown the changes before they are 
executed, in case you wish to perform them manually.


What do you want your DECnet node name to be?                : 3100M90

Illegal node name - maximum of 6 characters

What do you want your DECnet node name to be?                : M90

What do you want your DECnet address to be?                  : 4.201

Do you want to operate as a router?         [NO (nonrouting)]: 

Do you want a default DECnet account?                    [NO]: 

Do you want a default account for the MAIL object?      [YES]: 

Do you want a default account for the FAL object?        [NO]: 

Do you want a default account for the PHONE object?     [YES]: 

Do you want a default account for the NML object?       [YES]: 

Do you want a default account for the MIRROR object?    [YES]: 

Do you want a default account for the VPM object?       [YES]: 

Here are the commands necessary to setup your system.


$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    PURGE KNOWN OBJECTS ALL
    PURGE MODULE CONFIGURATOR KNOWN CIRCUITS ALL
$ DEFINE/USER SYS$OUTPUT NL:
$ DEFINE/USER SYS$ERROR NL:
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP! Remove existing entry, if any
    PURGE NODE 4.201 ALL
    PURGE NODE M90 ALL
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE EXECUTOR ADDRESS 4.201 STATE ON
    DEFINE EXECUTOR NAME M90
    DEFINE EXECUTOR MAXIMUM ADDRESS 1023
    DEFINE EXECUTOR TYPE NONROUTING IV
    DEFINE OBJECT TASK NUMBER 0 USER ILLEGAL PASSWORD DISABLED
    DEFINE OBJECT MAIL NUMBER 27 USER MAIL$SERVER PASSWORD cexyasetai
$ DEFINE/USER_MODE SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:SYSUAF.DAT
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:AUTHORIZE
    ADD MAIL$SERVER /OWNER="MAIL$SERVER DEFAULT" -
/PASSWORD=cexyasetai -
/UIC=[376,374] /ACCOUNT=DECNET -
/DEVICE=SYS$SPECIFIC: /DIRECTORY=[MAIL$SERVER] -
/PRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/DEFPRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
Press RETURN to continue


/FLAGS=(NOCAPTIVE,RESTRICTED,NODISUSER) /LGICMD=NL: -
/NOBATCH /NOINTERACTIVE 
    MODIFY MAIL$SERVER /PASSWORD=cexyasetai
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SYS$SPECIFIC:[MAIL$SERVER] /OWNER=[376,374]
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE OBJECT PHONE NUMBER 29 USER PHONE$SERVER PASSWORD esywalhia
$ DEFINE/USER_MODE SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:SYSUAF.DAT
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:AUTHORIZE
    ADD PHONE$SERVER /OWNER="PHONE$SERVER DEFAULT" -
/PASSWORD=esywalhia -
/UIC=[376,372] /ACCOUNT=DECNET -
/DEVICE=SYS$SPECIFIC: /DIRECTORY=[PHONE$SERVER] -
/PRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/DEFPRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/FLAGS=(NOCAPTIVE,RESTRICTED,NODISUSER) /LGICMD=NL: -
/NOBATCH /NOINTERACTIVE 
    MODIFY PHONE$SERVER /PASSWORD=esywalhia
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SYS$SPECIFIC:[PHONE$SERVER] /OWNER=[376,372]
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE OBJECT NML NUMBER 19 USER NML$SERVER PASSWORD cauvfaujma
$ DEFINE/USER_MODE SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:SYSUAF.DAT
Press RETURN to continue


$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:AUTHORIZE
    ADD NML$SERVER /OWNER="NML$SERVER DEFAULT" -
/PASSWORD=cauvfaujma -
/UIC=[376,371] /ACCOUNT=DECNET -
/DEVICE=SYS$SPECIFIC: /DIRECTORY=[NML$SERVER] -
/PRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/DEFPRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/FLAGS=(NOCAPTIVE,RESTRICTED,NODISUSER) /LGICMD=NL: -
/NOBATCH /NOINTERACTIVE 
    MODIFY NML$SERVER /PASSWORD=cauvfaujma
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SYS$SPECIFIC:[NML$SERVER] /OWNER=[376,371]
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE OBJECT MIRROR NUMBER 25 USER MIRRO$SERVER PASSWORD malganed
$ DEFINE/USER_MODE SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:SYSUAF.DAT
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:AUTHORIZE
    ADD MIRRO$SERVER /OWNER="MIRRO$SERVER DEFAULT" -
/PASSWORD=malganed -
/UIC=[376,367] /ACCOUNT=DECNET -
/DEVICE=SYS$SPECIFIC: /DIRECTORY=[MIRRO$SERVER] -
/PRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/DEFPRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
Press RETURN to continue


/FLAGS=(NOCAPTIVE,RESTRICTED,NODISUSER) /LGICMD=NL: -
/NOBATCH /NOINTERACTIVE 
    MODIFY MIRRO$SERVER /PASSWORD=malganed
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SYS$SPECIFIC:[MIRRO$SERVER] /OWNER=[376,367]
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE OBJECT VPM NUMBER 51 USER VPM$SERVER PASSWORD esyuabixa
$ DEFINE/USER_MODE SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:SYSUAF.DAT
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:AUTHORIZE
    ADD VPM$SERVER /OWNER="VPM$SERVER DEFAULT" -
/PASSWORD=esyuabixa -
/UIC=[376,370] /ACCOUNT=DECNET -
/DEVICE=SYS$SPECIFIC: /DIRECTORY=[VPM$SERVER] -
/PRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/DEFPRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
/FLAGS=(NOCAPTIVE,RESTRICTED,NODISUSER) /LGICMD=NL: -
/NOBATCH /NOINTERACTIVE 
    MODIFY VPM$SERVER /PASSWORD=esyuabixa
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SYS$SPECIFIC:[VPM$SERVER] /OWNER=[376,370]
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE LINE    SVA-0 STATE ON
    DEFINE CIRCUIT SVA-0 STATE ON COST 4
Press RETURN to continue


    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR STATE ON
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 0.0-9
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 2.0-1
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 4.2-13,15-16,18-19
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 5.0-18
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 128.0-4



Do you want these commands to be executed?  [YES]: 

%NCP-I-NOINFO, No information in database
%NCP-I-NOINFO, No information in database
%UAF-I-ADDMSG, user record successfully added
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:32:54.23  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record addition
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:32:52.47
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record added:      MAIL$SERVER
Fields modified:        ACCOUNT,BATCH,DEFPRIVILEGES,DEVICE,DIRECTORY,FLAGS,
                        INTERACTIVE,LGICMD,OWNER,PASSWORD,PRIVILEGES,PWDLIFETIME
,
                        UIC

%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier MAIL$SERVER value: [000376,000374] added to rights
 data base
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:32:55.37  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Identifier added
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:32:55.30
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Identifier name:        MAIL$SERVER                     
Identifier value:       %X00FE00FC      New attributes:         none

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:32:57.57  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Identifier added
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:32:57.55
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Identifier name:        DECNET                          
Identifier value:       %X00FEFFFF      New attributes:         none

%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier DECNET value: [000376,177777] added to rights data
 base
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:32:58.63  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record modification
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:32:58.61
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record modified:   MAIL$SERVER
Fields modified:        PASSWORD

%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%UAF-I-DONEMSG, system authorization file modified
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights data base modified
%UAF-I-ADDMSG, user record successfully added
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:09.02  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record addition
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:08.99
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record added:      PHONE$SERVER
Fields modified:        ACCOUNT,BATCH,DEFPRIVILEGES,DEVICE,DIRECTORY,FLAGS,
                        INTERACTIVE,LGICMD,OWNER,PASSWORD,PRIVILEGES,PWDLIFETIME
,
                        UIC

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:12.14  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Identifier added
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:12.12
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Identifier name:        PHONE$SERVER                    
Identifier value:       %X00FE00FA      New attributes:         none

%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier PHONE$SERVER value: [000376,000372] added to right
s data base
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:13.24  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record modification
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:13.22
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record modified:   PHONE$SERVER
Fields modified:        PASSWORD

%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%UAF-I-DONEMSG, system authorization file modified
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights data base modified
%UAF-I-ADDMSG, user record successfully added
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:30.56  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record addition
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:30.53
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record added:      NML$SERVER
Fields modified:        ACCOUNT,BATCH,DEFPRIVILEGES,DEVICE,DIRECTORY,FLAGS,
                        INTERACTIVE,LGICMD,OWNER,PASSWORD,PRIVILEGES,PWDLIFETIME
,
                        UIC

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:34.71  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Identifier added
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:34.69
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Identifier name:        NML$SERVER                      
Identifier value:       %X00FE00F9      New attributes:         none

%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier NML$SERVER value: [000376,000371] added to rights 
data base
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:36.72  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record modification
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:36.70
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record modified:   NML$SERVER
Fields modified:        PASSWORD

%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%UAF-I-DONEMSG, system authorization file modified
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights data base modified
%UAF-I-ADDMSG, user record successfully added
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:47.55  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record addition
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:47.52
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record added:      MIRRO$SERVER
Fields modified:        ACCOUNT,BATCH,DEFPRIVILEGES,DEVICE,DIRECTORY,FLAGS,
                        INTERACTIVE,LGICMD,OWNER,PASSWORD,PRIVILEGES,PWDLIFETIME
,
                        UIC

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:51.85  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Identifier added
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:51.83
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Identifier name:        MIRRO$SERVER                    
Identifier value:       %X00FE00F7      New attributes:         none

%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier MIRRO$SERVER value: [000376,000367] added to right
s data base
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:33:53.84  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record modification
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:33:53.82
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record modified:   MIRRO$SERVER
Fields modified:        PASSWORD

%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%UAF-I-DONEMSG, system authorization file modified
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights data base modified
%UAF-I-ADDMSG, user record successfully added
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:34:04.85  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record addition
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:34:04.82
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record added:      VPM$SERVER
Fields modified:        ACCOUNT,BATCH,DEFPRIVILEGES,DEVICE,DIRECTORY,FLAGS,
                        INTERACTIVE,LGICMD,OWNER,PASSWORD,PRIVILEGES,PWDLIFETIME
,
                        UIC

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:34:08.98  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Identifier added
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:34:08.96
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Identifier name:        VPM$SERVER                      
Identifier value:       %X00FE00F8      New attributes:         none

%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier VPM$SERVER value: [000376,000370] added to rights 
data base
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:34:10.99  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY) on , system id: 65534
Auditable event:        System UAF record modification
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:34:10.97
PID:                    0000010A        
Username:               SYSTEM          
Image name:             DKA300:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE
Object name:            SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
Object type:            file
User record modified:   VPM$SERVER
Fields modified:        PASSWORD

%UAF-I-MDFYMSG, user record(s) updated
%UAF-I-DONEMSG, system authorization file modified
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights data base modified
%NCP-I-SUCCESS,  Success  
Logging sink type = monitor
%NML-I-RECADDED, Database entry added

The changes have been made.

If you have not already registered the DECnet-VAX key, then do so now.

After the key has been registered, you should invoke the procedure
SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM to startup DECnet-VAX with these changes.


(If the key is already registered) Do you want DECnet started?  [YES]: NO

$ SET DEFA        

$ SHOW DEFAULT

  SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]
  =   SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]
  =   SYS$COMMON:[SYSMGR]

$ DIR ST*

Directory SYS$COMMON:[SYSMGR]

STARTNET.COM;1      

Total of 1 file.

$ DIR SYS$

%DIRECT-W-NOFILES, no files found

$ DIR SYS*

Directory SYS$COMMON:[SYSMGR]

SYSECURITY.COM;1    SYSECURITY.TEMPLATE;1                   SYSHUTDWN.COM;1    
SYSHUTDWN.TEMPLATE;1                    SYSTARTUP_V5.COM;1  
SYSTARTUP_V5.TEMPLATE;1                 

Total of 6 files.

$ EDIT SYSTARTUP_V5, .COM
$!
$! This is the template for the site-specific startup command procedure.
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! NOTE: This file replaces SYS$MANAGER:SYSTARTUP.COM as the file
$!       to be used for site-specific startup.  Only the name has
$!       been changed, the functionality of the old and new files
$!       is the same.  See the documentation for further details.
$!
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! The logical SYS$MICROVAX is true ("1") if you are operating on a
$! MicroVAX system, but are not in a VAXcluster. Otherwise the logical
$! symbol is false.
$!
$! Create the symbol MICROVAX from the above logical, to be used throughout
$! the rest of this command procedure.
$!
$ MICROVAX = F$TRNLNM("SYS$MICROVAX")
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_MESSAGE
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "The VAX/VMS system is now executing the site-specific start`














$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""
$SKIP_MESSAGE:
$!
$! You may add commands to this procedure or change the commands within this 
$! procedure as needed for your system. This command procedure is saved when 
$! you upgrade or update to a new version of VMS. Other startup command 
$! procedures are replaced with each release of VMS. Place symbol definitions
$! from startup procedures that will be replaced when you upgrade to a new
$! release of VMS in this command procedure. In this way, you can save symbol
$! definitions from one VMS release to the next.
$!
$! Beginning with VMS V5.2, OPCOM is started by default on all VMS systems.
$! However, by default, operators will not be able to satisfy user mount
$! requests. To allow operators to satisfy user mount requests, edit the
$! SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGIN command procedure by removing the command line that
$! equates MOUNT to MOUNT/NOASSIST.
$!    GOTO NO_PAGEFILE1
$ SYSGEN := $SYSGEN
$ SYSGEN INSTALL SYS$SYSROOT:PAGEFILE1.SYS /PAGEFILE /NOCHECK
$NO_PAGEFILE1:
$
$!
$! The following commands turn off account logging and delete the account log.  $! To keep an account log on your system, delete the following 5 command lines. $!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_ACCOUNTING
$ SET ACCOUNTING/DISABLE
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT") .NES. "" THEN -
    DELETE SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT;*
$SKIP_ACCOUNTING:
$!
$!
$! The following commands purge the operator and network logs to two versions.
$!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_PURGING
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -
    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -$
$!
$! This command defines a message or file to be displayed after each user logs `$!
$! DEFINE /SYSTEM SYS$WELCOME "@SYS$MANAGER:WELCOME.TXT" 
$
$!
$! The following command starts the system queue manager. 
$! To have either batch or print queues, the queue subclass of the Secure 
$! User Environment class must be installed on your system. To start the 
$! queue manager, remove the comment delimiter (!) from the following two
$! command lines and remove the dollar sign ($) from the second command
$! line below.
$!
$! START/QUEUE/MANAGER/BUFFER_COUNT=10/EXTEND_QUANTITY=25 -
$!      SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]JBCSYSQUE.DAT
$
$!
$! Set up a print queue. 
$!
$! Choose the device you will use for printing. Define the logical name$! $PRINTER to name the device you will use for printing; either remove the$! If you will use a hard copy terminal as the print device, set the terminal
$! characteristics. The following terminal characteristics vary from one 
$! hard copy terminal to another: speed, width, length, and device type. 
$! If your terminal is an LA100, remove the comment characters from the 
$! following command lines. If your terminal is not an LA100, add a command in $! the following format. 
$!
$! SET TERMINAL $PRINTER /PERMANENT /NOBROADCAST /NOTYPEAHEAD /NOWRAP -
$!      /SPEED=(1200) /WIDTH=(132) /PAGE=(66) /DEVICE_TYPE=(LA100)
$
$!
$! To set your printing device as spooled to the queue SYS$PRINT,
$! remove the comment character in the following command line.
$!
$! SET DEVICE /SPOOLED=(SYS$PRINT, SYS$SYSDEVICE:) $PRINTER
$
$!
$! To start the print queue, remove the comment character from one of 
$! the following command lines. 
$!
$! INITIALIZE /QUEUE /START /ON=$PRINTER SYS$PRINT               ! terminal$! INITIALIZE /QUEUE /START /ON=$PRINTER SYS$PRINT /DEFAULT=FLAG ! line printer$! on the routing node to which you are connecting.)
$!
$! SET TERMINAL $TERMINAL1 /PERMANENT /NOAUTOBAUD /SPEED=9600 /PROTOCOL=DDCMP
$
$!
$! Following are the commands that start up the DECnet network, if you
$! installed the DECnet software. Note that only one of these commands is
$! needed to start the network, the other should be commented out. Configure
$! the network and define the other node names before starting up DECnet;
$! otherwise you will get error messages stating that the database is not
$! initialized.
$!
$! If you have batch queues set up on your system, insert a comment delimiter
$! (!) after the dollar sign in the first command line below. Remove the
$! comment delimiter from the second and third command lines below and
$! remove the dollar sign from the third command line below. This allows the
$! system to startup more quickly, and decreases the amount of time you must
$! wait to log in.
$!
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" THEN @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" -    !This is faster, if you$!      THEN SUBMIT SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM          !have batch queues set up.Advance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of bufferAdvance past bottom of buffer
$!
$! Once you have removed the comment delimiter from one of the above commands, 
$! insert a comment delimiter after the dollar sign in the command line below.
$! The logical is only required if the DECnet network has not been started.
$!
$  DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECNET TRUE
$!
$! The following command should be used only if you do not wish the DECwindows
$! startup file to be run.  The DECwindows startup file should be run on all
$! types of machines, even if they are not using a DECwindows display.  If
$! you wish to run the DECwindows startup file at a later time during system
$! startup remove the comment from the line below.
$!
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$!
$ EXIT
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No select range active

$!$! wait to log in.

$ @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM
$ @SYS$MANAGER:LTLOAD.COM[BM$!
$! wait to log in.
$! system to startup more quickly, and decreases the amount of time you must
$ @SYS$MANAGER:LTLOAD.COM
$ EXIT
[EOB]$!$! wait to log in.$! system to startup more quickly, and decreases the amount of time you must$! remove the dollar sign from the third command line below. This allows the
$! comment delimiter from the second and third command lines below and
$! (!) after the dollar sign in the first command line below. Remove the$! If you have batch queues set up on your system, insert a comment delimiter
$!
$! initialized.
$! otherwise you will get error messages stating that the database is not
$! the network and define the other node names before starting up DECnet;
$! needed to start the network, the other should be commented out. Configure



$! The following command should be used only if you do not wish the DECwindows
$! startup file to be run.  The DECwindows startup file should be run on all
$! types of machines, even if they are not using a DECwindows display.  If
$! you wish to run the DECwindows startup file at a later time during system
$! startup remove the comment from the line below.
$!
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$!
$ @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM
$ @SYS$MANAGER:LTLOAD.COM
$ EXIT
[EOB]



$!

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*E

*E

*E

*E

*E

*E

*E

*EXIT

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$ 
$ EDIT SYSTARTUP_V5.COM
$!
$! This is the template for the site-specific startup command procedure.
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! NOTE: This file replaces SYS$MANAGER:SYSTARTUP.COM as the file
$!       to be used for site-specific startup.  Only the name has
$!       been changed, the functionality of the old and new files
$!       is the same.  See the documentation for further details.
$!
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! The logical SYS$MICROVAX is true ("1") if you are operating on a
$! MicroVAX system, but are not in a VAXcluster. Otherwise the logical
$! symbol is false.
$!
$! Create the symbol MICROVAX from the above logical, to be used throughout
$! the rest of this command procedure.
$!
$ MICROVAX = F$TRNLNM("SYS$MICROVAX")
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_MESSAGE
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "The VAX/VMS system is now executing the site-specific start`$!
$! This is the template for the site-specific startup command procedure.
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! NOTE: This file replaces SYS$MANAGER:SYSTARTUP.COM as the file
$!       to be used for site-specific startup.  Only the name has
$!       been changed, the functionality of the old and new files
$!       is the same.  See the documentation for further details.
$!
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! The logical SYS$MICROVAX is true ("1") if you are operating on a
$! MicroVAX system, but are not in a VAXcluster. Otherwise the logical
$! symbol is false.
$!
$! Create the symbol MICROVAX from the above logical, to be used throughout
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""
$SKIP_MESSAGE:$! the rest of this command procedure.
$!
$ MICROVAX = F$TRNLNM("SYS$MICROVAX")
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_MESSAGE
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "The VAX/VMS system is now executing the site-specific start`$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""$SKIP_MESSAGE:$! However, by default, operators will not be able to satisfy user mount
$! requests. To allow operators to satisfy user mount requests, edit the
$! SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGIN command procedure by removing the command line that
$! equates MOUNT to MOUNT/NOASSIST.
$!
$! The following commands install the secondary page file, if it exists.
$! (Note that the secondary swap file is installed by the command procedure
$! SYS$SYSTEM:STARTUP.COM if it exists.) 
$!
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSROOT:PAGEFILE1.SYS") .EQS. "" THEN -
    GOTO NO_PAGEFILE1
$ SYSGEN := $SYSGEN
$ SYSGEN INSTALL SYS$SYSROOT:PAGEFILE1.SYS /PAGEFILE /NOCHECK
$NO_PAGEFILE1:
$
$!
$! The following commands turn off account logging and delete the account log.  $! To keep an account log on your system, delete the following 5 command lines. $!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_ACCOUNTING
$ SET ACCOUNTING/DISABLE$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT") .NES. "" THEN -$
$!
$! The following commands turn off account logging and delete the account log.  $! To keep an account log on your system, delete the following 5 command lines. $!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_ACCOUNTING
$ SET ACCOUNTING/DISABLE$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT") .NES. "" THEN -
    DELETE SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT;*
$SKIP_ACCOUNTING:
$!
$!
$! The following commands purge the operator and network logs to two versions.
$!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_PURGING
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -
    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -
    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG
$SKIP_PURGING:
$
$!
$! This command defines a system-wide login command procedure for all users. 
$![B    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG
$ IF F$
$ DEFINE /SYSTEM /EXEC SYS$SYLOGIN SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGINSEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -
    PUR
$GE SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG
$SKIP_P
$!URGING:
$
$!
$! This command defines a message to be displayed before each user logs in. 
$!
$! This command defines a system-wide login command procedure for all users. 
$!
$ DEFINE /SYSTEM /EXEC SYS$SYLOGIN SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGIN
$
$!
$ DEFINE /SYSTEM SYS$ANNOUNCE " Welcome to VAX/VMS ''F$GETSYI("VERSION")'"
$
$!
$! This command defines a message or file to be displayed after each user logs `
$!
$! This command defines a message to be displayed before each user logs in. 
$!
$ DEFINE /SYSTEM SYS$ANNOUNCE " Welcome to VAX/VMS ''F$GETSYI("VERSION")'"
$
$!
$! This command defines a message or file to be displayed after each user logs `$!
$! DEFINE /SYSTEM SYS$WELCOME "@SYS$MANAGER:WELCOME.TXT" 
$
$!
$! The following command starts the system queue manager. 
$! To have either batch or print queues, the queue subclass of the Secure 
$! User Environment class must be installed on your system. To start the 
$! queue manager, remove the comment delimiter (!) from the following two
$! command lines and remove the dollar sign ($) from the second command
$! line below.
$!
$! START/QUEUE/MANAGER/BUFFER_COUNT=10/EXTEND_QUANTITY=25 -
$!      SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]JBCSYSQUE.DAT
$
$!
$! Set up a print queue. and lines and remove the dollar sign ($) from the second command
$! line below.
$!
$! START/QUEUE/MANAGER/BUFFER_COUNT=10/EXTEND_QUANTITY=25 -
$!      SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]JBCSYSQUE.DAT
$
$!$! Set up a print queue. $! Delete the comment character from the following line. 
$!
$! SET PRINTER /NOWRAP /NOTRUNCATE /CR $PRINTER
$
$! If you will use a hard copy terminal as the print device, set the terminal
$! characteristics. The following terminal characteristics vary from one 
$! hard copy terminal to another: speed, width, length, and device type. 
$! If your terminal is an LA100, remove the comment characters from the 
$! following command lines. If your terminal is not an LA100, add a command in $! the following format. 
$!
$! SET TERMINAL $PRINTER /PERMANENT /NOBROADCAST /NOTYPEAHEAD /NOWRAP -
$!      /SPEED=(1200) /WIDTH=(132) /PAGE=(66) /DEVICE_TYPE=(LA100)
$
$!
$! To set your printing device as spooled to the queue SYS$PRINT,
$! remove the comment character in the following command line.
$!
$! SET DEVICE /SPOOLED=(SYS$PRINT, SYS$SYSDEVICE:) $PRINTER
$
$!$! To start the print queue, remove the comment character from one of 
$! To set your printing device as spooled to the queue SYS$PRINT,
$! remove the comment character in the following command line.
$!
$! SET DEVICE /SPOOLED=(SYS$PRINT, SYS$SYSDEVICE:) $PRINTER
$
$!$! To start the print queue, remove the comment character from one of $! To use asynchronous DECnet, set the terminal line characteristics.
$! Change the following SET TERMINAL command to specify the terminal line
$! you will use. Remove the comment delimiter (!) from the SET TERMINAL
$! command line. (Reminder: To set the terminal line characteristics for the
$! other side of the asynchronous connection, enter a SET TERMINAL command
$! on the routing node to which you are connecting.)
$!
$! SET TERMINAL $TERMINAL1 /PERMANENT /NOAUTOBAUD /SPEED=9600 /PROTOCOL=DDCMP
$
$!
$! Following are the commands that start up the DECnet network, if you
$! installed the DECnet software. Note that only one of these commands is
$! needed to start the network, the other should be commented out. Configure
$! the network and define the other node names before starting up DECnet;
$! otherwise you will get error messages stating that the database is not
$! initialized.
$!
$! If you have batch queues set up on your system, insert a comment delimiter
$! (!) after the dollar sign in the first command line below. Remove the
$! comment delimiter from the second and third command lines below and
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$! initialized.
$!
$! If you have batch queues set up on your system, insert a comment delimiter
$! (!) after the dollar sign in the first command line below. Remove the
$! comment delimiter from the second and third command lines below and
$! remove the dollar sign from the third command line below. This allows the$! system to startup more quickly, and decreases the amount of time you must$!
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" THEN @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" -    !This is faster, if you
$!      THEN SUBMIT SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM          !have batch queues set up.$!
$! Once you have removed the comment delimiter from one of the above commands, $! insert a comment delimiter after the dollar sign in the command line below.
$! The logical is only required if the DECnet network has not been started.
$!
$  DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECNET TRUE
$!
$! The following command should be used only if you do not wish the DECwindows
$! startup file to be run.  The DECwindows startup file should be run on all
$! types of machines, even if they are not using a DECwindows display.  If
$! you wish to run the DECwindows startup file at a later time during system
$! startup remove the comment from the line below.
$!
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$!
$ @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM
$ EXIT[EOB]Advance past bottom of buffer$ EXIT

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$!
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" THEN @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" -    !This is faster, if you
$!      THEN SUBMIT SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM          !have batch queues set up.$!
$! Once you have removed the comment delimiter from one of the above commands, $! insert a comment delimiter after the dollar sign in the command line below.
$! The logical is only required if the DECnet network has not been started.
$!
$  DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECNET TRUE
$!
$! The following command should be used only if you do not wish the DECwindows
$! startup file to be run.  The DECwindows startup file should be run on all
$! types of machines, even if they are not using a DECwindows display.  If
$! you wish to run the DECwindows startup file at a later time during system
$! startup remove the comment from the line below.
$!
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$!
$ @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM
$ EXIT[EOB]CTRL/C ignored

$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" THEN @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET$!
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$!


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*QUIT



$ 
$ EDIT SYSTARTUP_V5.COM
$!
$! This is the template for the site-specific startup command procedure.
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! NOTE: This file replaces SYS$MANAGER:SYSTARTUP.COM as the file
$!       to be used for site-specific startup.  Only the name has
$!       been changed, the functionality of the old and new files
$!       is the same.  See the documentation for further details.
$!
$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$!
$! The logical SYS$MICROVAX is true ("1") if you are operating on a
$! MicroVAX system, but are not in a VAXcluster. Otherwise the logical
$! symbol is false.
$!
$! Create the symbol MICROVAX from the above logical, to be used throughout
$! the rest of this command procedure.
$!
$ MICROVAX = F$TRNLNM("SYS$MICROVAX")
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_MESSAGE
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "The VAX/VMS system is now executing the site-specific start`
$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""
$SKIP_MESSAGE:
$!
$! You may add commands to this procedure or change the commands within this 
$! procedure as needed for your system. This command procedure is saved when 
$! you upgrade or update to a new version of VMS. Other startup command 
$! procedures are replaced with each release of VMS. Place symbol definitions
$! from startup procedures that will be replaced when you upgrade to a new
$! release of VMS in this command procedure. In this way, you can save symbol
$! definitions from one VMS release to the next.
$!
$! Beginning with VMS V5.2, OPCOM is started by default on all VMS systems.
$! However, by default, operators will not be able to satisfy user mount
$! requests. To allow operators to satisfy user mount requests, edit the
$! SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGIN command procedure by removing the command line that
$! equates MOUNT to MOUNT/NOASSIST.
$!
$! The following commands install the secondary page file, if it exists.
$! (Note that the secondary swap file is installed by the command procedure
$! SYS$SYSTEM:STARTUP.COM if it exists.) 
$!
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSROOT:PAGEFILE1.SYS") .EQS. "" THEN -
    GOTO NO_PAGEFILE1
$ SYSGEN := $SYSGEN
$ SYSGEN INSTALL SYS$SYSROOT:PAGEFILE1.SYS /PAGEFILE /NOCHECK
$NO_PAGEFILE1:
$
$!
$! The following commands turn off account logging and delete the account log.  
$! To keep an account log on your system, delete the following 5 command lines. 
$!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_ACCOUNTING
$ SET ACCOUNTING/DISABLE
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT") .NES. "" THEN -
    DELETE SYS$MANAGER:ACCOUNTNG.DAT;*
$SKIP_ACCOUNTING:
$!
$!
$! The following commands purge the operator and network logs to two versions.
$!
$ IF (.NOT. MICROVAX) THEN GOTO SKIP_PURGING
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -
    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:OPERATOR.LOG
$ IF F$SEARCH("SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG;-1") .NES. "" THEN -
    PURGE SYS$MANAGER:EVL.LOG
$SKIP_PURGING:
$
$!
$! This command defines a system-wide login command procedure for all users. 
$!
$ DEFINE /SYSTEM /EXEC SYS$SYLOGIN SYS$MANAGER:SYLOGIN
$
$!
$! This command defines a message to be displayed before each user logs in. 
$!
$ DEFINE /SYSTEM SYS$ANNOUNCE " Welcome to VAX/VMS ''F$GETSYI("VERSION")'"
$
$!
$! This command defines a message or file to be displayed after each user logs `
$!
$! DEFINE /SYSTEM SYS$WELCOME "@SYS$MANAGER:WELCOME.TXT" 
$
$!
$! The following command starts the system queue manager. 
$! To have either batch or print queues, the queue subclass of the Secure 
$! User Environment class must be installed on your system. To start the 
$! queue manager, remove the comment delimiter (!) from the following two
$! command lines and remove the dollar sign ($) from the second command
$! line below.
$!
$! START/QUEUE/MANAGER/BUFFER_COUNT=10/EXTEND_QUANTITY=25 -
$!      SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]JBCSYSQUE.DAT
$
$!
$! Set up a print queue. 
$!
$! Choose the device you will use for printing. Define the logical name
$! $PRINTER to name the device you will use for printing; either remove the
$! comment delimiter (!) from one of the following commands or add a command
$! in the following format. 
$
$! DEFINE /SYSTEM $PRINTER  $TERMINAL0 ! if a hard copy terminal is the printer
$! DEFINE /SYSTEM $PRINTER  _LPA0:     ! if using a line printer
$
$!
$! If you will use a line printer, set the printer characteristics. 
$! Delete the comment character from the following line. 
$!
$! SET PRINTER /NOWRAP /NOTRUNCATE /CR $PRINTER
$
$! If you will use a hard copy terminal as the print device, set the terminal
$! characteristics. The following terminal characteristics vary from one 
$! hard copy terminal to another: speed, width, length, and device type. 
$! If your terminal is an LA100, remove the comment characters from the 
$! following command lines. If your terminal is not an LA100, add a command in 
$! the following format. 
$!
$! SET TERMINAL $PRINTER /PERMANENT /NOBROADCAST /NOTYPEAHEAD /NOWRAP -
$!      /SPEED=(1200) /WIDTH=(132) /PAGE=(66) /DEVICE_TYPE=(LA100)
$
$!
$! To set your printing device as spooled to the queue SYS$PRINT,
$! remove the comment character in the following command line.
$!
$! SET DEVICE /SPOOLED=(SYS$PRINT, SYS$SYSDEVICE:) $PRINTER
$
$!
$! To start the print queue, remove the comment character from one of 
$! the following command lines. 
$!
$! INITIALIZE /QUEUE /START /ON=$PRINTER SYS$PRINT               ! terminal
$! INITIALIZE /QUEUE /START /ON=$PRINTER SYS$PRINT /DEFAULT=FLAG ! line printer
$
$!
$! To start a batch queue, remove the comment character from the 
$! following command line. 
$!
$! INITIALIZE /QUEUE /START SYS$BATCH /BATCH /JOB:3 /BASE_PRIORITY=3
$
$!
$! To use asynchronous DECnet, set the terminal line characteristics.
$! Change the following SET TERMINAL command to specify the terminal line
$! you will use. Remove the comment delimiter (!) from the SET TERMINAL
$! command line. (Reminder: To set the terminal line characteristics for the
$! other side of the asynchronous connection, enter a SET TERMINAL command
$! on the routing node to which you are connecting.)
$!
$! SET TERMINAL $TERMINAL1 /PERMANENT /NOAUTOBAUD /SPEED=9600 /PROTOCOL=DDCMP
$
$!
$! Following are the commands that start up the DECnet network, if you
$! installed the DECnet software. Note that only one of these commands is
$! needed to start the network, the other should be commented out. Configure
$! the network and define the other node names before starting up DECnet;
$! otherwise you will get error messages stating that the database is not
$! initialized.
$!
$! If you have batch queues set up on your system, insert a comment delimiter
$! (!) after the dollar sign in the first command line below. Remove the
$! comment delimiter from the second and third command lines below and
$! remove the dollar sign from the third command line below. This allows the
$! system to startup more quickly, and decreases the amount of time you must
$! wait to log in.
$!
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" THEN @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET
$! IF F$SEARCH("SYS$SYSTEM:NETACP.EXE") .NES. "" -    !This is faster, if you
$!      THEN SUBMIT SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM          !have batch queues set up.
$!
$! Once you have removed the comment delimiter from one of the above commands, 
$! insert a comment delimiter after the dollar sign in the command line below.
$! The logical is only required if the DECnet network has not been started.
$!
$  DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECNET TRUE
$!
$! The following command should be used only if you do not wish the DECwindows
$! startup file to be run.  The DECwindows startup file should be run on all
$! types of machines, even if they are not using a DECwindows display.  If
$! you wish to run the DECwindows startup file at a later time during system
$! startup remove the comment from the line below.
$!
$! DEFINE DECW$IGNORE_DECWINDOWS TRUE
$!Advance past bottom of buffer
$ @SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM
$ EXIT
[EOB]
$ @SYS$MANAGER:LTLOAD.COM

*EXIT

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$ REBOOT


SHUTDOWN -- Perform an Orderly System Shutdown


%SHUTDOWN-I-OPERATOR, This terminal is now an operator's console.
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:46:41.41  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator _OPA0:
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12

%SHUTDOWN-I-DISLOGINS, Interactive logins will now be disabled.
%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 0, current interactive value = 1
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPQUEMAN, The queue manager will now be stopped.
%JBC-E-JOBQUEDIS, system job queue manager is not running

%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPUSER, All user processes will now be stopped.

SHUTDOWN message from user SYSTEM at _OPA0:   21:46:43
The system will shut down in 0 minutes; back up LATER.  Please log off.
SHUTDOWN

1 terminal has been notified.
%SHUTDOWN-I-REMOVE, All installed images will now be removed.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISMOUNT, All volumes will now be dismounted.
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPAUDIT, stopping the audit server
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:46:47.48  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user AUDIT$SERVER
Security alarm (SECURITY) and security audit (SECURITY), system id: 65534
Auditable event:        Audit server shutting down
Event time:             28-APR-2016 21:46:47.47
PID:                    0000010A        

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:46:50.17  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user SYSTEM
_OPA0:, The system shutdown was requested by the operator.

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:46:50.39  %%%%%%%%%%%
Logfile was closed by operator _OPA0:
Logfile was SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;1

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:46:50.69  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator _OPA0: has been disabled, username SYSTEM



 83 BOOT SYS

-DKA300
   VAX/VMS Version V5.3     Major version id = 1 Minor version id = 0

$!  Copyright (c) 1989 Digital Equipment Corporation.  All rights reserved.


The VAX/VMS system is now executing the system startup procedure.

%SET-I-NEWAUDSRV, identification of new audit server process is 00000107
%LICENSE-I-LOADED, DEC DVNETRTG was successfully loaded with 0 units
%LICENSE-I-LOADED, DEC VAX-VMS was successfully loaded with 0 units
%SYSGEN-W-OPENIN, error opening SYS$COMMON:[SYSEXE]ZSDRIVER.EXE; as input
%SYSGEN-E-FNF, file not found
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:48:54.74  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator _OPA0: has been enabled, username SYSTEM

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:48:55.06  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator _OPA0:
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:48:58.67  %%%%%%%%%%%
Logfile has been initialized by operator _OPA0:
Logfile is SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;2

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:48:58.68  %%%%%%%%%%%
Operator status for operator SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]OPERATOR.LOG;2
CENTRAL, PRINTER, TAPES, DISKS, DEVICES, CARDS, NETWORK, CLUSTER, SECURITY,
LICENSE, OPER1, OPER2, OPER3, OPER4, OPER5, OPER6, OPER7, OPER8, OPER9, OPER10,
OPER11, OPER12


The VAX/VMS system is now executing the site-specific startup commands.

%RUN-S-PROC_ID, identification of created process is 00000109
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:49:06.11  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user DECNET
DECnet starting

%NCP-I-NOINFO, No information in database
%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:49:15.88  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user DECNET
Error opening permanent proxy database

%%%%%%%%%%%  OPCOM  28-APR-2016 21:49:22.65  %%%%%%%%%%%
Message from user DECNET
DECnet event 4.10, circuit up
From node 4.201 (M90), 28-APR-2016 21:49:22.36
Circuit SVA-0


%NCP-I-NOINFO, No information in database
%RUN-S-PROC_ID, identification of created process is 0000010B

LCP Characteristics

Node name = \M90\             
Node Identification = \Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3\
Groups = (0)
Multicast timer = 60 seconds
LAT Version = 5.1                LAT Protocol is inactive


Service Names and Ids:

Service name : \M90\                        Dynamic rating : 0     
          ID : \Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3\


LCP Characteristics

Node name = \M90\             
Node Identification = \Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3\
Groups = (0)
Multicast timer = 60 seconds
LAT Version = 5.1                LAT Protocol is active


Service Names and Ids:

Service name : \M90\                        Dynamic rating : 0     
          ID : \Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3\


Node Links:

Link name = \LAT$LINK\        
Link device = \ESA0:\
Groups = ()
Link-specific services: 
Status = Active
%LAT-I-STARTED, LAT terminal port driver started
%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 64, current interactive value = 0
  28-APR-2016 21:49:37
%DECW-W-NODEVICE, No graphics device found on this system
-DECW-I-NODECW, DECwindows graphics drivers will not be loaded
  SYSTEM       job terminated at 28-APR-2016 21:49:56.81

  Accounting information:
  Buffered I/O count:         1163      Peak working set size:   808
  Direct I/O count:            586      Peak page file size:    3364
  Page faults:                8234      Mounted volumes:           0
  Charged CPU time:     0 00:00:33.39   Elapsed time:     0 00:02:24.93

        Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3    


Username: SYSTEM

Password: 
        Welcome to VAX/VMS version V5.3 on node M90
    Last interactive login on Thursday, 28-APR-2016 21:14

$ SHOW USERS

      VAX/VMS User Processes at 28-APR-2016 21:50:14.30
    Total number of users = 1,  number of processes = 1

 Username     Interactive  Subprocess   Batch
 SYSTEM            1

$ DIR

Directory SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSMGR]

EVL.LOG;1           OPERATOR.LOG;2      VMSIMAGES.DAT;1     

Total of 3 files.

Directory SYS$COMMON:[SYSMGR]

ALFMAINT.COM;1      AUDIT_SERVER.DAT;1  CLUSTER_CONFIG.COM;1
DBLSTRTUP.COM;1     DECW$CHECK_PARAMS.COM;1                 DECW$DEVICE.COM;1  
DECW$LOGICALS.COM;1 DECW$PRIVATE_SERVER_SETUP.TEMPLATE;1    DECW$RGB.COM;1     
DECW$STARTAPPS.COM;1                    DECW$STARTLIBS.COM;1
DECW$STARTSERVER.COM;1                  DECW$STARTSM.COM;1  DECW$STARTUP.COM;1 
DECW$SYLOGIN.COM;1  DECW$SYLOGIN.TEMPLATE;1                 
DNS$CHANGE_DEF_FILE.COM;1               DNS$CLIENT_STARTUP.COM;1
DNS$CLIENT_STOP.COM;1                   EDTINI.EDT;1        EDTINI.TEMPLATE;1  
LIB$DT_STARTUP.COM;1                    LOADNET.COM;1       LOGIN.COM;1        
LOGIN.TEMPLATE;1    LPA11STRT.COM;1     LTLOAD.COM;1        MAKEROOT.COM;1     
NETCONFIG.COM;1     RTTLOAD.COM;1       SECURITY_AUDIT.AUDIT$JOURNAL;1
SMISERVER.COM;1     STARTNET.COM;1      SYCONFIG.COM;1      SYCONFIG.TEMPLATE;1
SYLOGICALS.COM;1    SYLOGICALS.TEMPLATE;1                   SYLOGIN.COM;1      
SYLOGIN.TEMPLATE;1  SYPAGSWPFILES.COM;1 SYPAGSWPFILES.TEMPLATE;1
SYSECURITY.COM;1    SYSECURITY.TEMPLATE;1                   SYSHUTDWN.COM;1    
SYSHUTDWN.TEMPLATE;1                    SYSTARTUP_V5.COM;3  SYSTARTUP_V5.COM;2 
SYSTARTUP_V5.COM;1  SYSTARTUP_V5.TEMPLATE;1                 TFF$STARTUP.COM;1  
VMSIMAGES.DAT;1     WELCOME.TEMPLATE;1  WELCOME.TXT;1       

Total of 53 files.

Grand total of 2 directories, 56 files.

$ LOGOUT

  SYSTEM       logged out at 28-APR-2016 21:52:27.77

        Welcome to VAX/VMS V5.3    


Username: