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Booting OSR5


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© December 2015 Anthony Lawrence

This is a series of articles on the OSR5 boot process. You can click on the colored words below, or use this traditional index.



SCO OpenServer(TM) Release 5

Boot
:
hd(40)unix swap=hd(41) dump=hd(41) root=hd(42) wd.delay=1
Sizing Memory
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Loading kernel hd(40)unix .text
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Loading kernel hd(40)unix .data
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Loading kernel hd(40)unix .bss


                          SCO OpenServer(TM) Release 5

                  (C) 1976-1997 The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
                  (C) 1980-1994 Microsoft Corporation
                              All rights reserved.

                        For complete copyright credits,
                   enter "copyrights" at the command prompt.

                               Kernel ID 97/09/03

device    address       vec dma  comment
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%cpu      -              -   -  unit=1 family=5 type=Pentium
%cpuid    -              -   -  unit=1 vend=GenuineIntel step=cC0
%fpu      -             13   -  unit=1 type=80387-compatible
%pci      0x0CF8-0x0CFF   -   -  am=1 sc=1 buses=1
%serial   0x03F8-0x03FF   4   -  unit=0 type=Standard nports=1 fifo=yes
%serial   0x02F8-0x02FF   3   -  unit=1 type=Standard nports=1 fifo=yes
%console  -               -   -  unit=vga type=0 12 screens=68k
%apm      -               -   -  PM v1.2
%adapter  0xB800-0xB8FF   9   -  type=alad ha=0 bus=0 id=7 fts=sto
%floppy   0x03F2-0x03F7   6   2  unit=0 type=135ds18
%kbmouse  0x0060-0x0064  12   -  type=Keyboard mouse
%parallel 0x0378-0x037A   7   -  unit=0
%e3E      0x0240-0x024F  10   -  3Com EtherLink III, unit = 0
%dumtest  0x017C-0x0181         6   7  Test driver
%cd-rom   -               -   -  type=S ha=0 id=6 lun=0 bus=0 ht=alad
%tape     -               -   -  type=S ha=0 id=2 lun=0 bus=0 ht=alad
Mon Sep 27 06:30:13 1999
%disk     -               -   -  type=S ha=0 id=0 lun=0 bus=0 ht=alad
%Sdsk     -               -   -  cyls=261 hds=255 secs=63 fts=stdb
H ksl init
mem: total = 126588k, kernel = 13780k, user = 112808k
swapdev = 1/41, swplo = 0, nswap = 256000, swapmem = 128000k
kernel: Hz = 100, i/o bufs = 6652k

INIT: SINGLE USER MODE

Type CONTROL-d to proceed with normal startup,
(or give root password for system maintenance):

INIT: New run level: 2
        
Current System Time is  Mon Sep 27 07:39:02 EDT 1999
Enter new time ([YYMMDD]hhmm[ss]):
Checking tcb..
Checking protected password and protected subsystem databases ...
Checking ttys database ...
  The system is coming up.  Please wait.
fsstat: /dev/boot mounted
Mounted /stand filesystem
fsstat: /dev/u2 okay
Mounted /u2 filesystem
%disk     -               -   -  type=S ha=0 id=4 lun=0 bus=0 ht=alad
%Sdsk     -               -   -  cyls=1021 hds=64 secs=32 fts=stdb
fsstat: /dev/u3 okay
Mounted /u3 filesystem
! *** cron started ***   pid = 379 Mon Dec 20 06:31:29 1999
Starting scohttp ... done.
The calendar server was stopped abnormally, verifying calendar database...
Verifying completed.
Starting power management
Print services started.
Starting TCP services: pppd snmpd no routed no lpd 
RPC services not running. NFS start aborted.
warning: daemon is running as super-user
startup: listening to port 620 as root
warning: daemon is running as super-user
startup: listening to port 446 as root
startup: listening to port 8080 as nouser (Netscape-Proxy/2.5)
Starting SCO VisionFS 3.0 from /usr/vision/visionfs...
1999/12/20 06:31:59.610   550    server/process/start    SCO VisionFS(3.0)
The server is running in fully enabled mode.
/usr/local/lib/apache/sbin/apachectl start: httpd started
Starting /usr/internet/etc/ncsa_httpd ... done.
Starting Squid Internet Object Cache
add net default: gateway 192.74.137.5
 

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Fri Aug 22 01:08:17 2008: 4502   pichet


while system boot " Starting scohttp ... done. " not show and

If i want run script while system boot at "/u/thailand/tools" -> "./server-on"
How ?

Regards



Fri Aug 22 02:14:59 2008: 4503   TonyLawrence

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I'm sorry, but I'm really not sure what your question is.







Fri Aug 22 02:50:12 2008: 4504   TonyLawrence

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You can put your commands in /etc/rc.d/8/userdef or create and S99mystuff in /etc/rc2.d

Either will work.



Fri Aug 22 02:51:14 2008: 4505   TonyLawrence

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And see (link)

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