LANCP, DEFINE, NODE, Examples
*Conan The Librarian
1.LANCP> DEFINE NODE GALAXY/ADDRESS=08-00-2B-11-22-33 - /FILE=NISCS_LOAD.EXE - /ROOT=$64$DIA14:<SYS10.> - /BOOT_TYPE=VAX_SATELLITE This command sets up node GALAXY in the LAN permanent node database for booting as a VAX satellite into an OpenVMS Cluster. The NISCS_LOAD.EXE file is actually located on $64$DIA14: <SYS10.SYSCOMMON.SYSLIB>. The <SYSCOMMON.SYSLIB> is supplied by the LANACP LAN Server process and is not included in the root definition. 2.LANCP> DEFINE NODE ZAPNOT/ADDRESS=08-00-2B-11-22-33 - /FILE=APB.EXE - /ROOT=$64$DIA14:<SYS10.> - /BOOT_TYPE=ALPHA_SATELLITE This command sets up node ZAPNOT for booting as an Alpha satellite into an OpenVMS Cluster. The APB.EXE file is actually located on $64$DIA14: <SYS10.SYSCOMMON.SYSEXE>. Note that the <SYSCOMMON.SYSEXE> is supplied by the LANACP LAN Server process and is not included in the root definition. 3.LANCP> DEFINE NODE CALPAL/ADDRESS=08-00-2B-11-22-33 - /FILE=APB_061.EXE This command sets up node CALPAL for booting an InfoServer image. It defines the file that should be loaded when a load request without a file name is received from node CALPAL. Because the file does not include a directory specification, the logical name LAN$DLL defines where to locate the file. You could give directory specification using the file name or by using the /ROOT qualifier. Note that specifying the file name explicitly in the boot command overrides the file name specified in the node database entry.