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Author Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 15 2011 06:50
I would think that my CD is somehow corrupted/damaged, but I've done a checksum comparison with someone else and found that my .iso copy is the same as theirs.

When trying to install VMS onto a new virtual system, I'm getting this error:

Portion done: 0%...10%...20%...30%...40%
%PCSI-I-PRCOUTPUT, output from subprocess follows ...
%CDU-F-OPENIN, error opening DISK$ALPHASYS:[VMS$COMMON.][SYSLIB]DCLTABLES.EXE; a
s input
-RMS-E-DNF, directory not found
-SYSTEM-W-FILESTRUCT, unsupported file structure level
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00, virtual address=000000005858
5864, PC=00000000007534D4, PS=0000001B
%TRACE-F-TRACEBACK, symbolic stack dump follows
image module routine line rel PC abs PC
PCSI$SHR SPIU_MODULE_CLD_VMS spiu_command_module_execute
17854 0000000000000224 00000000007534D4
PCSI$SHR SPIU_MODULE_PRIVATE spiu_module_private_main
14774 0000000000000DC4 0000000000757254
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_execute_node
15770 00000000000013C8 0000000000765FA8
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16712 0000000000002FF0 0000000000767BD0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16828 0000000000002DC0 00000000007679A0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16828 0000000000002DC0 00000000007679A0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16618 0000000000003178 0000000000767D58
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16603 00000000000031B0 0000000000767D90
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_execute_execution_order
16913 0000000000003418 0000000000767FF8
PCSI$SHR SPIU_API_OPERATIONS spiu_install
20092 0000000000003EC4 000000000070E484
PCSI$MAIN UICOMMON UIexecute_operation
25070 0000000000002744 00000000000521E4
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS DCLinstall_reconfigure
27342 0000000000004DB4 0000000000042504
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS process_DCL_command
31241 000000000000CE1C 000000000004A56C
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS process_DCL
31529 000000000000D6A4 000000000004ADF4
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS main 33964 0000000000012328 000000000004FA78
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS __main 0 000000000000009C 000000000003D7EC
0 FFFFFFFF80375CE4 FFFFFFFF80375CE4
%TRACE-I-END, end of TRACE stack dump
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=!XB, virtual address=!XH, PC=!XH
, PS=!XL
Process AXPVMS_INSTALL logged out at 15-MAR-2011 12:45:53.38

Press Return to continue...

Has anyone else seen this? I do see the FILESTRUCT erorr... I did request that the system disk be ODS-5. I guess I should try the installation again with ODS-2 instead.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 15 2011 07:00
Well, with ODS-2 selected instead, I get the same error. I guess that the FILESTRUCT error is a red herring.
Author RE: failing VA = 'dXXX' ?
VolkerHalle
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Posted on March 15 2011 08:33
Marc,

the failing virtual address 58585864 can be interpreted as an ASCII string: dXXX - does this indicate anything to you ?

Volker.
http://www.invenate.de
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 16 2011 05:54
Nope, that doesn't ring a bell. I've always envisioned a fresh VMS installation as somewhat of a black box experience, so I didn't look too closely at the arguments in the error message.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Bruce Claremont
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Posted on March 17 2011 08:34
Try burning the CD to an ISO and installing from the ISO.

What version of FreeAXP?
Edited by Bruce Claremont on March 17 2011 08:35
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 18 2011 08:23
I'm using version 1.3.0.351.

This is already an ISO (which I have to use because this is a virtual XP system running on ESXi which doesn't have direct access to a CD-ROM drive).
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 21 2011 07:18
I thought that this problem sounded familiar when I posted it. I checked my old e-mail and saw that I did indeed run into a similar problem when using a different AXP emulator, although it failed at a different point much later during the installation.

I don't know whether something is wrong with my ISO file (and, thus, my CD), or if my installation techniques have some sort of glitch in them.

I've got a VMS V7.3 disc lying around. I'll try that and see how that behaves.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 22 2011 09:51
Installing OpenVMS from my V7.3-1 disc seems to have worked just fine... at least the installation part.

It finished installing, rebooted, asked about the cluster configuration, ran AUTOGEN, rebooted, and now it won't boot any longer, claiming:

%APB-F-MOUNT, failed to mount volume

halted CPU 0

halt code = 5
HALT instruction executed
PC = 200038c8
warning -- HWRPB is invalid
>>>

Edited to add...

I just tried to reinstall VMS from the 7.3-1 disc, answering "No" to the cluster question, but the end result was the same. After the AUTOGEN step during the final installation steps, it reboots, and the resulting DKA0: disk is unbootable due to this same error.
Edited by Marc on March 22 2011 10:30
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 22 2011 16:10
I think I've identified the problem with both of these situations (both the hobbyist V8.3 and the older V7.3-1 distributions). It seems somehow related to the size of the disk onto which I was trying to do the installation.

When I first tried, I was using a freshly created RZ59 disk image, and that caused the failures listed above.

I tried using a much smaller RZ58 image, also freshly created, and things worked much better with both installation discs with both installations completing successfully.

I'm not sure what's wrong with the 9GB disk image, but there seems to be something going on.

In case it matters, these disk images are on an NTFS volume, so the magic 4 GB file size limitation should be an issue. This is on a Windows XP SP3 system.

Edited to add...

As another small data point, the V8.3 disc installed just fine using an RZ29 disk.
Edited by Marc on March 22 2011 17:27
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Bruce Claremont
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Posted on March 24 2011 12:05
I've been trying to recreate the problem with the RZ29 image without success. Are you using FreeAXP to create the image, or a different tool?
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Marc
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Posted on March 25 2011 19:30
First, I see you say RZ29, but that's one that worked for me. It failed with the RZ59 disk volume.

I did allow FreeAXP to create the volume. I set it up in the configuration utility, and then when I started the virtual machine, it then paused while it set up the volume, and then continued giving me my new DKA0: device.
Edited by Marc on March 25 2011 19:30
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Bruce Claremont
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Posted on March 29 2011 07:48
Sorry, will try the RZ59.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
maveri
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Posted on April 13 2011 04:50
and the conclusion is???

I am getting exactly the same error when attempting to use the RZ59

I tried the RZ29 and it installed fine.

I have yet to try a custom size or some of the other sizes.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Bruce Claremont
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Posted on April 15 2011 03:05
Tested with VMS 7.3 iso and RZ59. No problem. Will run more tests as time permits.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
etmsreec
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Posted on February 01 2012 03:45
Hiya,
Was there a problem established/fixed with this please? I'm using FreeAXP x86 v2.1.0.412 (Oct 20 2011 11:59:55) with OpenVMS Alpha v8.3 and getting a crash of the installation procedure very similar to the original poster:

Portion done: 0%...10%...20%...30%...40%
%PCSI-I-PRCOUTPUT, output from subprocess follows ...
%CDU-F-OPENIN, error opening DISK$CSDSVASYS:[VMS$COMMON.][SYSLIB]DCLTABLES.EXE;
as input
-RMS-E-DNF, directory not found
-SYSTEM-W-FILESTRUCT, unsupported file structure level
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00, virtual address=000000005858
5864, PC=00000000007534D4, PS=0000001B
%TRACE-F-TRACEBACK, symbolic stack dump follows
image module routine line rel PC abs PC
PCSI$SHR SPIU_MODULE_CLD_VMS spiu_command_module_execute
17854 0000000000000224 00000000007534D4
PCSI$SHR SPIU_MODULE_PRIVATE spiu_module_private_main
14774 0000000000000DC4 0000000000757254
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_execute_node
15770 00000000000013C8 0000000000765FA8
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16712 0000000000002FF0 0000000000767BD0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16828 0000000000002DC0 00000000007679A0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16828 0000000000002DC0 00000000007679A0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16618 0000000000003178 0000000000767D58
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16603 00000000000031B0 0000000000767D90
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_execute_execution_order
16913 0000000000003418 0000000000767FF8
PCSI$SHR SPIU_API_OPERATIONS spiu_install
20092 0000000000003EC4 000000000070E484
PCSI$MAIN UICOMMON UIexecute_operation
25070 0000000000002744 00000000000521E4
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS DCLinstall_reconfigure
27342 0000000000004DB4 0000000000042504
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS process_DCL_command
31241 000000000000CE1C 000000000004A56C
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS process_DCL
31529 000000000000D6A4 000000000004ADF4
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS main 33964 0000000000012328 000000000004FA78
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS __main 0 000000000000009C 000000000003D7EC
0 FFFFFFFF80375CE4 FFFFFFFF80375CE4
%TRACE-I-END, end of TRACE stack dump
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=!XB, virtual address=!XH, PC=!XH
, PS=!XL
Process AXPVMS_INSTALL logged out at 1-FEB-2012 14:25:34.04

This is using the RZ59 9.1GB disk. The disk was created by FreeAXP itself rather than by MIM (a MIM created disk gave similar problems, but at a different point in the installation.)

AMD Athlon II X2 240 processor, Windows XP Pro SP3, 2GB physical memory.
The CD that I was using to install VMS boots happily and was functional enough to be able to do an image backup onto a disk image on the PC's hard drive.
Steve
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
etmsreec
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Posted on February 01 2012 03:52
Sorry, I've just told a fib - it was the 9.1GB RZ1DF-CB that I was using, NOT the RZ59.smiley
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
etmsreec
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Posted on February 03 2012 02:38
Is this actually a bug in the AlphaServer 400 itself? The SPD that I've just looked at has a maximum disk size of 4.3GB - about right for the time that the system was available for purchase.
Is there a limitation in the hardware or firmware which means it doesn't like bigger disks?
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
Bruce Claremont
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Posted on February 03 2012 05:17
The disk size should not be an issue. Here are a few things to try:

- If using an ISO, try installing from the CD.
- If using a CD, try installing from an ISO image.
- If possible, try the installation from a 64-bit edition of FreeAXP.

We have been unsuccessful in reproducing this problem on x86 or x64 versions of FreeAXP and Avanti, so your feedback is appreciated.

One other thing I could try is building the 8.3 installation on an x86 system exactly like you are if you can provide the answers you are using to the installation questions.
Author RE: Error installing VMS from hobbyist CD
eMGee
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Posted on February 08 2012 11:20
The problems mentioned here, particularly the access violations, remind me a bit of problems I ran into fairly recently with a DS10 of mine.


Author RE: Full log of installation
etmsreec
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Posted on February 11 2012 03:44
Hi Bruce,

As requested.
Note that after the system was shut down I rebooted from the VMS Alpha distribution and tried to mount the disk that I had attempted to install VMS on. The system reported that the home block was not found on the volume.
The installation is from an image file on the PC. Running from a real VMS distribution gives the same crash at the same percent complete.

Best wishes
Steve


=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= PuTTY log 2012.02.11 13:39:11 =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=
eb.ea.e9.e8.e7.e6.....e5.
V7.0-9, built on Mar 18 1999 at 13:25:37
>>>sh dev
dka0.0.0.6.0 DKA0 RRD42 4.5d
dka100.1.0.6.0 DKA100 RZ56 0300
dka400.4.0.6.0 DKA400 RZ1DF-CB 0372
dka500.5.0.6.0 DKA500 RZ40L 8203
dva0.0.0.0.1 DVA0
ewa0.0.0.11.0 EWA0 AA-00-04-00-DB-07
pka0.7.0.6.0 PKA0 SCSI Bus ID 7
>>>b dka100
(boot dka100.1.0.6.0 -flags 0)
block 0 of dka100.1.0.6.0 is a valid boot block
reading 1226 blocks from dka100.1.0.6.0
bootstrap code read in
base = 1f2000, image_start = 0, image_bytes = 99400
initializing HWRPB at 2000
initializing page table at 1e4000
initializing machine state
setting affinity to the primary CPU
jumping to bootstrap code
%SYSBOOT-W-NODUMP, unable to locate system dump file


OpenVMS (TM) Alpha Operating System, Version V8.3

© Copyright 1976-2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.


%SYSINIT-I- PAGEFILE.SYS not found - system initialization continuing...
%SYSINIT-W- SYSDUMP.DMP not found - system initialization continuing...



Installing required known files...

Configuring devices...
%EWA0, FastFD mode set by console
%EWA0, Link state: UP

Reply received from user SYSTEM at Batch 13:39:37
%LAST-I-NONAME, LAST node name not specified


Reply received from user SYSTEM at Batch 13:39:37
%LAST-E-NOTSTARTED, SYS$LASTDRIVER could not be started


Reply received from user SYSTEM at Batch 13:39:37
%LAST-I-NONAME, LAST node name not specified


Reply received from user SYSTEM at Batch 13:39:37
%LAST-E-NOTSTARTED, SYS$LASTDRIVER could not be started


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

You can install or upgrade the OpenVMS ALPHA operating system
or you can install or upgrade layered products that are included
on the OpenVMS ALPHA distribution media (CD/DVD).

You can also execute DCL commands and procedures to perform
"standalone" tasks, such as backing up the system disk.

Please choose one of the following:

1) Upgrade, install or reconfigure OpenVMS ALPHA Version V8.3
2) Display layered products that this procedure can install
3) Install or upgrade layered products
4) Show installed products
5) Reconfigure installed products
6) Remove installed products
7) Find, Install or Undo patches; Show or Delete Recovery Data
8) Execute DCL commands and procedures
9) Shut down this system

Enter CHOICE or ? for help: (1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/?) 8



WARNING --

The normal OpenVMS startup procedure has not executed.
Some commands and utilities will not work as documented.
HP does not support PRODUCT INSTALL and other
PRODUCT operations in this environment.


Enter DCL commands -- Enter "LOGOUT" when done.
When you enter "LOGOUT" a message will be displayed saying
"Process SA_STARTUP_DCL logged out at <date> <time>",
and you will be returned to the menu.


$$$ init dka400 dka400

$$$ init dka500 dka500

$$$ mount/over=ident dka500

%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, DKA500 mounted on _DKA500:

$$$ mount/over=ident dka400

%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, DKA400 mounted on _DKA400:

$$$ sho dev d

Device Device Error Volume Free Trans Mnt

Name Status Count Label Blocks Count Cnt

DKA0: Online wrtlck 0
DKA100: Mounted 0 ALPHA083 226503 81 1

DKA400: Mounted alloc 0 DKA400 17713472 1 1

DKA500: Mounted alloc 0 DKA500 17773056 1 1

DVA0: Offline 0

$$$ ana/disk dka400

%ANALDISK-F-INVDEVICE, invalid device DKA400

$$$
$$$ ana/disk dka400:

Analyze/Disk_Structure for _DKA400: started on 11-FEB-2012 13:40:33.35

%ANALDISK-I-OPENQUOTA, error opening QUOTA.SYS
-SYSTEM-W-NOSUCHFILE, no such file

$$$ ana/disk dka500:

Analyze/Disk_Structure for _DKA500: started on 11-FEB-2012 13:40:40.56

%ANALDISK-I-OPENQUOTA, error opening QUOTA.SYS
-SYSTEM-W-NOSUCHFILE, no such file

$$$ dism dka400:

$$$ dism dka500:

$$$ exit

$$$ lo

Process SA_STARTUP_DCL logged out at 11-FEB-2012 13:41:02.09

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

You can install or upgrade the OpenVMS ALPHA operating system
or you can install or upgrade layered products that are included
on the OpenVMS ALPHA distribution media (CD/DVD).

You can also execute DCL commands and procedures to perform
"standalone" tasks, such as backing up the system disk.

Please choose one of the following:

1) Upgrade, install or reconfigure OpenVMS ALPHA Version V8.3
2) Display layered products that this procedure can install
3) Install or upgrade layered products
4) Show installed products
5) Reconfigure installed products
6) Remove installed products
7) Find, Install or Undo patches; Show or Delete Recovery Data
8) Execute DCL commands and procedures
9) Shut down this system

Enter CHOICE or ? for help: (1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/?) 1

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

This procedure will ask a series of questions.

() - encloses acceptable answers
[] - encloses default answers

Type your response and press the <Return> key. Type:

? - to repeat an explanation
^ - to change prior input (not always possible)
Ctrl/Y - to exit the installation procedure

There are two choices for installation/upgrade:

Initialize - Removes all software and data files that were
previously on the target disk and installs OpenVMS ALPHA.

Preserve -- Installs or Upgrades OpenVMS ALPHA on the target disk
and retains all other contents of the target disk.

* Note: You cannot use preserve to install OpenVMS ALPHA on a disk on
which any other operating system is installed. This includes
implementations of OpenVMS for other architectures.

Do you want to INITIALIZE or to PRESERVE? [PRESERVE] init


You must enter the device name for the target disk on which
OpenVMS ALPHA will be installed.

Enter device name for target disk: (? for choices) ?

Device Device Error Volume Free Trans Mnt

Name Status Count Label Blocks Count Cnt

DKA0: Online wrtlck 0
DKA100: Mounted 0 ALPHA083 226503 82 1

DKA400: Online 0
DKA500: Online 0
DVA0: Offline 0


Enter device name for target disk: (? for choices) dka400:

DKA400: is now labeled DKA400.

Do you want to keep this label? (Yes/No) [Yes] no

Enter volume label for target system disk: [ALPHASYS] csdsva_sys

The target system disk can be initialized with On-Disk Structure
Level 2 (ODS-2) or Level 5 (ODS-5). (? for more information)

Do you want to initialize with ODS-2 or ODS-5? (2/5/?) 2


You have chosen to install OpenVMS ALPHA on a new disk.

The target system disk, DKA400:, will be initialized
with structure level 2 (ODS-2).
The disk will be labeled CSDSVA_SYS.
Any data currently on the target system disk will be lost.

Is this OK? (Yes/No) y

Initializing and mounting target....

Creating page and swap files....


You must enter a password for the SYSTEM account.

The password must be a minimum of 8 characters in length, and
may not exceed 31 characters. It will be checked and verified.
The system will not accept passwords that can be guessed easily.

The password will not be displayed as you enter it.


Password for SYSTEM account:


Re-enter SYSTEM password for verification:


Will this system be a member of an OpenVMS Cluster? (Yes/No) y

When your new system is first booted you will be required to answer
additional questions in order to configure the OpenVMS Cluster correctly.


Will this system be an instance in an OpenVMS Galaxy? (Yes/No) n


For your system to operate properly, you must set two parameters:
SCSNODE and SCSSYSTEMID.

SCSNODE can be from 1 to 6 letters or numbers. It must contain at
least one letter.

If you plan to use DECnet, SCSNODE must be the DECnet Phase IV
node name, or the DECnet-Plus (Phase V) node synonym.

If you have multiple OpenVMS systems, the SCSNODE on each system
must be unique.

Enter SCSNODE: csdsva

If you plan to use DECnet, SCSSYSTEMID must be set based on the
DECnet Phase IV address.

Do you plan to use DECnet? (Yes/No) [Yes]

DECnet Phase IV addresses are in the format

DECnet_area_number.DECnet_node_number

DECnet_area_number is a number between 1 and 63.
DECnet_node_number is a number between 1 and 1023.

If you plan to use DECnet WITHOUT Phase IV compatible addresses,
enter 0.0.


Enter DECnet (Phase IV) Address: [1.1] 1.987

SCSSYSTEMID will be set to 2011.

This was calculated as follows:

(DECnet_area_number * 1024) + DECnet_node_number

Configuring the Local Time Zone


TIME ZONE SPECIFICATION -- MAIN Time Zone Menu "*" indicates a menu

0* GMT
1* AFRICA 17) EST 33) IRAN 49) PORTUGAL

2* AMERICA 18) EST5EDT 34) ISRAEL 50) PRC

3* ANTARCTICA 19* ETC 35) JAMAICA 51) PST8PDT

4* ARCTIC 20* EUROPE 36) JAPAN 52) ROC

5* ASIA 21) FACTORY 37) KWAJALEIN 53) ROK

6* ATLANTIC 22) GB-EIRE 38) LIBYA 54) SINGAPORE

7* AUSTRALIA 23) GB 39) MET 55) TURKEY

8* BRAZIL 24) GMT-0 40* MEXICO 56) UCT

9* CANADA 25) GMT 41* MIDEAST 57) UNIVERSAL

10) CET 26) GMT0 42) MST 58* US

11* CHILE 27) GMTPLUS0 43) MST7MDT 59) UTC

12) CST6CDT 28) GREENWICH 44) NAVAJO 60) W-SU

13) CUBA 29) HONGKONG 45) NZ-CHAT 61) WET

14) EET 30) HST 46) NZ 62) ZULU

15) EGYPT 31) ICELAND 47* PACIFIC
16) EIRE 32* INDIAN 48) POLAND

Press "Return" to redisplay, enter "=" to search or "?" for help, or
Select the number above that best represents the desired time zone: 22

You selected GB-EIRE as your time zone.
Is this correct? (Yes/No) [YES]:



Configuring the Time Differential Factor (TDF)


Default Time Differential Factor for standard time is -0:00.
Default Time Differential Factor for daylight saving time is 1:00.

The Time Differential Factor (TDF) is the difference between your
system time and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). UTC is similar
in most respects to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

The TDF is expressed as hours and minutes, and should be entered
in the hh:mm format. TDFs for the Americas will be negative
(-3:00, -4:00, etc.); TDFs for Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia
will be positive (1:00, 2:00, etc.).

This time zone supports daylight saving time.
Is this time zone currently on daylight saving time? (Yes/No): no

Enter the Time Differential Factor [-0:00]:

NEW SYSTEM TIME DIFFERENTIAL FACTOR = 0:00

Is this correct? [Y]:


If you have Product Authorization Keys (PAKs) to register,
you can register them now.

Do you want to register any Product Authorization Keys? (Yes/No) [Yes] no


You can install the following products along with the OpenVMS
operating system:

o Availability Manager (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVM
S)
o CDSA for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
o KERBEROS for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
o SSL for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
o Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of
OpenVMS)
o DECwindows Motif for OpenVMS Alpha
o DECnet-Plus for OpenVMS Alpha
o DECnet Phase IV for OpenVMS Alpha
o HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS

If you want to change your selections, you can do so later in the
installation by answering "NO" to the following question:

"Do you want the defaults for all options?"



Do you want to install DECwindows Motif for OpenVMS Alpha V1.6?
(Yes/No) [Yes]




Beginning with OpenVMS V7.1, the DECnet-Plus kit is provided with
the OpenVMS operating system kit. HP strongly recommends that
DECnet users install DECnet-Plus. DECnet Phase IV applications are
supported by DECnet-Plus.

DECnet Phase IV is also provided as an option.

If you install DECnet-Plus and TCP/IP you can run DECnet
applications over a TCP/IP network. Please see the OpenVMS
Management Guide for information on running DECnet over TCP/IP.

Do you want to install DECnet-Plus for OpenVMS Alpha V8.3?
(Yes/No) [Yes]



Do you want to install HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS V5.6-9?
(Yes/No) [Yes]





The installation operation can provide brief or detailed descriptions.
In either case, you can request the detailed descriptions by typing ?.

Do you always want detailed descriptions? (Yes/No) [No]


Performing product kit validation ...

The following product has been selected:
DEC AXPVMS OPENVMS V8.3 Platform (product suite)

Configuration phase starting ...

You will be asked to choose options, if any, for each selected product and for
any products that may be installed to satisfy software dependency requirements.

DEC AXPVMS OPENVMS V8.3: OPENVMS and related products Platform

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.


Do you want the defaults for all options? [YES] no


DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.


DECdtm Distributed Transaction Manager [YES] no



Support for DECnet-Plus or DECnet (Phase IV) for OpenVMS [YES]



Programming Support [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



RMS Journaling Recovery Utility [YES]



System Programming Support [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



OpenVMS Management Station Software -- PC files [YES]



Utilities [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



Bliss Require Files [YES]



Example Files [YES]



Message Facility Files (HELP/MESSAGE) [YES]



Translated Image Support [YES]



UETP Files [YES]



DECwindows Server Support [YES]


DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF_SUPPORT V8.3: DECwindows Server Support

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.


DECwindows workstation files [YES]



video fonts [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



Euro base support [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



Delete any obsolete OpenVMS files [YES]



Delete files archived by OpenVMS remedial kits [YES]


Availability Manager (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

HP AXPVMS AVAIL_MAN_BASE V8.3: hp Availability Manager Base OS Drivers

COPYRIGHT © 2004 Hewlett-Packard Develpment Company, L.P.

Hewlett-Packard Company - Palo Alto, California

License and Product Authorization Key (PAK) Information

* This product does not have any configuration options.

CDSA for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

CPQ AXPVMS CDSA V2.2-271

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.

KERBEROS for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

HP AXPVMS KERBEROS V3.0-103

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.

SSL for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

HP AXPVMS SSL V1.3-281: SSL for OpenVMS Alpha V1.3 (Based on OpenSSL 0.9.7
e)

© Copyright 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.


Run the installation verification procedure (IVP)? [YES]


Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVM
S)

HP AXPVMS TDC_RT V2.2-107: The Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenV
MS

© 2003-2005 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. All rights reserve
d.

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

A separate license is not required for use of this product.

* This product does not have any configuration options.


DECwindows Motif for OpenVMS Alpha [YES]


DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF V1.6: DECwindows Motif

(c) Copyright 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

Hewlett-Packard Company.

This product uses the PAK: DW-MOTIF

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.


Install Low Bandwidth X (LBX) Support [YES]



Install the DECwindows Motif Version 1.6 client software [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



DECnet-Plus for OpenVMS Alpha [YES]


DEC AXPVMS DECNET_OSI V8.3: DECnet-Plus V8.3 for OpenVMS AXP

Copyright 2003 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

Hewlett-Packard Company

This product requires one of two PAKs: DVNETEND or DVNETEXT.

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.


DECdns Server software [NO]



DECdts Server software [NO]



DECnet Phase IV for OpenVMS Alpha [NO]



HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS [YES]


DEC AXPVMS TCPIP V5.6-9: HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS.

© Copyright 1976, 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS offers several license options.

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

COPYRIGHT 1976, 24-JUL-2006

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.


Applications [YES]



Do you want to review the options? [NO] yes


DEC AXPVMS OPENVMS V8.3: OPENVMS and related products Platform
DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System
DECdtm Distributed Transaction Manager: NO
Support for DECnet-Plus or DECnet (Phase IV) for OpenVMS: YES
Programming Support: YES
Debugger Utility: YES
Image Dump Utility: YES
Macro libraries: YES
Macro-32 Migration Compiler: YES
TLB intermediary form of STARLET: YES
C Object Libraries: YES
C Header Files: YES
VMS text libraries of Ada declarations: YES
RMS Journaling Recovery Utility: YES
System Programming Support: YES
Delta Debugger: YES
System Dump Analyzer Utility: YES
Miscellaneous Symbol Table Files: YES
OpenVMS Management Station Software -- PC files: YES
Utilities: YES
Phone Utility: YES
Error Log Generator Utility: YES
XPG4 Internationalization Utilities: YES
World Wide PostScript Printing Subsystem: YES
Bliss Require Files: YES
Example Files: YES
Message Facility Files (HELP/MESSAGE): YES
Translated Image Support: YES
UETP Files: YES
DECwindows Server Support: YES
DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF_SUPPORT V8.3: DECwindows Server Support
DECwindows workstation files: YES
video fonts: YES
100 dots-per-inch video fonts: YES
Euro base support: YES
Euro 100 dots-per-inch video fonts: YES
Delete any obsolete OpenVMS files: YES
Delete files archived by OpenVMS remedial kits: YES
Availability Manager (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
HP AXPVMS AVAIL_MAN_BASE V8.3: hp Availability Manager Base OS Drivers
CDSA for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
CPQ AXPVMS CDSA V2.2-271
KERBEROS for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
HP AXPVMS KERBEROS V3.0-103
SSL for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)
HP AXPVMS SSL V1.3-281: SSL for OpenVMS Alpha V1.3 (Based on OpenSSL 0.9.7
e)
Run the installation verification procedure (IVP)?: YES
Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVM
S)
HP AXPVMS TDC_RT V2.2-107: The Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenV
MS
DECwindows Motif for OpenVMS Alpha: YES
DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF V1.6: DECwindows Motif
Install Low Bandwidth X (LBX) Support: YES
Install the DECwindows Motif Version 1.6 client software: YES
Install New Desktop: YES
Install Manual (reference) pages for the New Desktop: YES
Make the New Desktop the default desktop: YES
Install traditional DECwindows Desktop: YES
Programming Support for the C Language: YES
Programming Support for the Pascal Language: YES
Programming Support for the FORTRAN Language: YES
Programming Support for the New Desktop: YES
Programming examples: YES
Sound example files: YES
Programming examples for DECwindows: YES
Programming examples for the New Desktop: YES
Translated Image Support: YES
DECnet-Plus for OpenVMS Alpha: YES
DEC AXPVMS DECNET_OSI V8.3: DECnet-Plus V8.3 for OpenVMS AXP
DECdns Server software: NO
DECdts Server software: NO
DECnet Phase IV for OpenVMS Alpha: NO
HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS: YES
DEC AXPVMS TCPIP V5.6-9: HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS.
Applications: YES


Are you satisfied with these options? [YES] no



Do you want to change any options? [YES]


DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System


DECdtm Distributed Transaction Manager [NO]



Support for DECnet-Plus or DECnet (Phase IV) for OpenVMS [YES]



Programming Support [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



RMS Journaling Recovery Utility [YES]



System Programming Support [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



OpenVMS Management Station Software -- PC files [YES]



Utilities [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



Bliss Require Files [YES]



Example Files [YES]



Message Facility Files (HELP/MESSAGE) [YES]



Translated Image Support [YES]



UETP Files [YES]



DECwindows Server Support [YES]


DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF_SUPPORT V8.3: DECwindows Server Support


DECwindows workstation files [YES]



video fonts [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



Euro base support [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



Delete any obsolete OpenVMS files [YES]



Delete files archived by OpenVMS remedial kits [YES]


Availability Manager (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

HP AXPVMS AVAIL_MAN_BASE V8.3: hp Availability Manager Base OS Drivers

* This product does not have any configuration options.

CDSA for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

CPQ AXPVMS CDSA V2.2-271

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.

KERBEROS for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

HP AXPVMS KERBEROS V3.0-103

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.

SSL for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVMS)

HP AXPVMS SSL V1.3-281: SSL for OpenVMS Alpha V1.3 (Based on OpenSSL 0.9.7
e)


Run the installation verification procedure (IVP)? [YES]


Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenVMS Alpha (required part of OpenVM
S)

HP AXPVMS TDC_RT V2.2-107: The Performance Data Collector (base) for OpenV
MS

* This product does not have any configuration options.


DECwindows Motif for OpenVMS Alpha [YES]


DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF V1.6: DECwindows Motif

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.


Install Low Bandwidth X (LBX) Support [YES]



Install the DECwindows Motif Version 1.6 client software [YES]



Do you want the defaults for all suboptions? [YES]



DECnet-Plus for OpenVMS Alpha [YES]


DEC AXPVMS DECNET_OSI V8.3: DECnet-Plus V8.3 for OpenVMS AXP

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.


DECdns Server software [NO]



DECdts Server software [NO] yes



DECnet Phase IV for OpenVMS Alpha [NO]



HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS [YES]


DEC AXPVMS TCPIP V5.6-9: HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS.

DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3: OpenVMS Operating System

* This product was configured earlier in the dialog.
* The options you previously selected remain in effect.


Applications [YES]



Do you want to review the options? [NO]


Execution phase starting ...

The following products will be installed to destinations:
CPQ AXPVMS CDSA V2.2-271 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
DEC AXPVMS DECNET_OSI V8.3 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF V1.6 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
DEC AXPVMS DWMOTIF_SUPPORT V8.3 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
DEC AXPVMS OPENVMS V8.3 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
DEC AXPVMS TCPIP V5.6-9 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
DEC AXPVMS VMS V8.3 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
HP AXPVMS AVAIL_MAN_BASE V8.3 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
HP AXPVMS KERBEROS V3.0-103 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
HP AXPVMS SSL V1.3-281 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]
HP AXPVMS TDC_RT V2.2-107 DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.]

Portion done: 0%...10%...20%...30%...40%
%PCSI-I-PRCOUTPUT, output from subprocess follows ...
%CDU-F-OPENIN, error opening DISK$CSDSVA_SYS:[VMS$COMMON.][SYSLIB]DCLTABLES.EXE;
as input
-RMS-E-DNF, directory not found
-SYSTEM-W-FILESTRUCT, unsupported file structure level
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00, virtual address=000000005858
5864, PC=00000000007534D4, PS=0000001B
%TRACE-F-TRACEBACK, symbolic stack dump follows
image module routine line rel PC abs PC

PCSI$SHR SPIU_MODULE_CLD_VMS spiu_command_module_execute
17854 0000000000000224 00000000007534D4
PCSI$SHR SPIU_MODULE_PRIVATE spiu_module_private_main
14774 0000000000000DC4 0000000000757254
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_execute_node
15770 00000000000013C8 0000000000765FA8
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16712 0000000000002FF0 0000000000767BD0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16828 0000000000002DC0 00000000007679A0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16828 0000000000002DC0 00000000007679A0
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16618 0000000000003178 0000000000767D58
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_exec_exec_order_recursive
16603 00000000000031B0 0000000000767D90
PCSI$SHR SPIU_ORDER_EXECUTE spiu_execute_execution_order
16913 0000000000003418 0000000000767FF8
PCSI$SHR SPIU_API_OPERATIONS spiu_install
20092 0000000000003EC4 000000000070E484
PCSI$MAIN UICOMMON UIexecute_operation
25070 0000000000002744 00000000000521E4
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS DCLinstall_reconfigure
27342 0000000000004DB4 0000000000042504
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS process_DCL_command
31241 000000000000CE1C 000000000004A56C
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS process_DCL
31529 000000000000D6A4 000000000004ADF4
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS main 33964 0000000000012328 000000000004FA78
PCSI$MAIN SPIU_COMMAND_VMS __main 0 000000000000009C 000000000003D7EC
0 FFFFFFFF80375CE4 FFFFFFFF80375CE4
%TRACE-I-END, end of TRACE stack dump%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=!XB, virtual address=!XH, PC=!XH
, PS=!XL Process AXPVMS_INSTALL logged out at 11-FEB-2012 13:53:55.17

Press Return to continue...

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

You can install or upgrade the OpenVMS ALPHA operating system
or you can install or upgrade layered products that are included
on the OpenVMS ALPHA distribution media (CD/DVD).

You can also execute DCL commands and procedures to perform
"standalone" tasks, such as backing up the system disk.

Please choose one of the following:

1) Upgrade, install or reconfigure OpenVMS ALPHA Version V8.3
2) Display layered products that this procedure can install
3) Install or upgrade layered products
4) Show installed products
5) Reconfigure installed products
6) Remove installed products
7) Find, Install or Undo patches; Show or Delete Recovery Data
8) Execute DCL commands and procedures
9) Shut down this system

Enter CHOICE or ? for help: (1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/?) 9

Shutting down the system
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE


halted CPU 0

halt code = 5
HALT instruction executed
PC = ffffffff80089b24
>>>exit
exit: No such command
>>>


$$$ mount/over=ident dka400:
%MOUNT-F-NOHOMEBLK, Files-11 home block not found on volume
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LouF91
April 05 2018
ah maybe they love that!

malmberg
March 24 2018
Probably. More people hang out on the comp.os.vms newsgroup.

vaxpert
March 23 2018
I have a PE42A and other Alpha system stuff for sale. I'm in So California. Any interest out there?

goodbyespy
February 27 2018
To Prohorenko. Please, visit group OpenVMS in the ok.ru

peteherrera
February 24 2018
How much does it cost to buy a complete OpenVMS hardcopy documentation set of the latest version

prohorenko
February 17 2018
Please help to obtain the license on OpenVMS

malmberg
December 12 2017
HPE only makes the most current version of OpenVMS Alpha / IA64 /VAX available to hobbyists. When I had access to the Alliance 1 program it was the same. No public downloads are allowed by HPE.

nmbonao
December 08 2017
Is anybody knows OpenVMS 8.2 version downloadable version? or CD copy? Thank you very much

aarommes
December 02 2017
Bitcoin and Blockchain enthusiasts ( plus distributed computing ) please connec / reply: http://www.openvmshobbyis
t.com/forum/viewthread.ph
p?forum_id=130&thread_id=
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malmberg
September 10 2017
https://sourceforge.net/p
/vms-ports/wiki/VMSInstal
lation/ For the most part just use VMS 6.1 media instead of 7.3. But why run the older release?


DoeveR
August 07 2017
Where can I find the write up on running VMS 6.1 using the simh emulator?

Bart
March 20 2017
Happy to have found my password again!

pintero
March 16 2017
peteherrera. Agreed.

peteherrera
March 04 2017
It would be nice to be able to buy the lastest hardcopy full OpenVMS docset at a very reduced price through the Hobbyist program. smiley

malmberg
February 05 2017
Decus > Connect > Encompass<Country>

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