Friday, July 06, 2007

Enable Stop-A or Disable Stop-A

When you run the bsmconv script, it disables the Stop-A feature. However, this can present a problem during troubleshooting efforts (e.g. problems bringing the system down to OBP level). Here's how to re-enable or disable it.

To enable Stop-A, prepend an asterisk, "*", to the following line in the /etc/system file.
# vi /etc/system
...
*set abort_enable = 0
OR
set abort_enable = 1
:wq!
# init 6

To disable Stop-A, add "set abort_enable = 0" to the /etc/system file
# vi /etc/system
...
set abort_enable =0
:wq!
# init 6

2 comments:

Sreenivas mca said...

thanks for giving information

Nate said...

Thanks for the information!