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RE: Read Only Roller Coaster

Stephens, Kenneth G kenneth.g.stephens@intel.com
Fri, 10 Jan 2003 11:59:56 -0800 (PST)

Does not give me chance to do anything.  System has been rebooted and
services restarted.  Doing this as root.

Thanks for the reply.


-----Original Message-----
From: John R. Jackson [mailto:jrj@purdue.edu]
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 10:59 AM
To: Stephens, Kenneth G
Cc: users@conserver.com
Subject: Re: Read Only Roller Coaster 

>Everytime I search for read-only, I get what a feature it is.  However,
>I invoke console, that's all I get.
>#console system
>console: console: [read-only -- use ^E c ? for help]
>[read-only -- use ^E c ? for help]
>No chance to do anything, just a roller coaster through the application.

Not entirly sure I understand your question, but new connections
will be put in read-only mode if the server already has a connection
in read-write mode.  What happens if you do ^Ecw to see who else is
connected?  What about ^Ecf to force you into read-write?


John R. Jackson, Technical Software Specialist, jrj@purdue.edu