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Re: DCLOG Message

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Mar 16, 2007
Hi Steve,
We get these messages on one of our systems. I have tracked them down to
terminals used by a group of robotic users. I believe that their
terminal emulation leaves something to be desired.
I am not aware that it causes any problems apart from the snaps on the
log when they connect.

Steve Terry
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Subject: DCLOG Message

I was perusing one of my logs and happened tp run across this
Query/Repliy: invalid input buffer message


07:02 IDMS DC999009 V1 USER LLS04 LOGGED ON TERMINAL LTVTM055 AT
07:02:26.07
07:02 IDMS DC999009 V1 USER EAP04 LOGGED ON TERMINAL LTVTM057 AT
07:02:35.23
07:02 Query/Reply: invalid input buffer

07:02 143C2000 40404040 40404040 7D404000 00000000 * ' .....*

07:02 END OF SNAP

07:02 IDMS DC999009 V1 USER BJO04 LOGGED ON TERMINAL LTVTM056 AT
07:02:39.45
07:02 IDMS DC999009 V1 USER DMA12 LOGGED ON TERMINAL LTVTM058 AT
07:02:42.88
07:03 IDMS DC999009 V1 USER MLR10 LOGGED ON TERMINAL LTVTM059 AT
07:03:06.64
07:03 IDMS DC259001 V1 USER BJE02 SIGNED OFF LTERM LTVTM036 AT
07:03:11.20 07


I have snap turned off ( its production) so I am not sure where this is
is coming from. I searched the DISTMAC but nothing really turned up.
Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks,
Steve Harmeson
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Re: DCLOG Message
"Thanks Steve, do you every get a snap dump from it? We do a lot UCF
connections from 6 cv's, wondered if that was in the mix. I have not
seen it cause a problem either, but you us curious minds....

Thanks for the input,
Steve Harmeson

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