Netware 3.12 | Applications |
General Information -
The Netware 3.12 operating system has been superceded by versions 4.x and 5.x.
Netware is a network operating system made by Novell Inc. Data and authentication information is stored on the server. The server validates a Client during the initial login operation. A client is permitted to use only those services which the network administrator has authorized.
Administrators can obtain a Certified Novell Administrator (CNA) certificate after passing a test. Further, the Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) certification is given to users that pass a set of 7 tests.
Netware supports both Duplexing and mirroring.
Disk Duplexing is accomplished by installing a second disk interface controller card. The disk driver must also be loaded a second time with its own IRQ and port settings. Netware will use the disk controller driver re-entrantly which will in essence use the same disk driver but keep two distinct operations going for each card.
A drives is activated by issuing the
There is an improvement in disk Read performance with Duplexing since both interface cards can perform read operations simultaneously.
Disk Mirroring uses a single disk drive interface card connected to two hard drives. All data is written to both drives allowing the first drive to be mirrored onto the second drive. A failure in the interface card will result in both drives being unusable. The data is secure on the second drive and can be used after the failed drive is replaced.
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Received "Could not open Novell rights file [NovRigh.inf]"
This error message probably indicates that the workstation that received it was not properly logged on to the server.
How to add a User or change the information for a user
Use the Syscon program
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