Installing VMS V4.6 on SIMH

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Introduction

The aim of this tutorial is to show how to install VMS V4.6 on the supported SIMH MicroVAX simulators.

>>> All user input is formatted in bold <<<

The installation includes:

  • MicroVMS V4.6 Base Kit
  • All MicroVMS V4.6 Option Kits
  • DECnet Software Kit
  • DECnet Endnode Kit

Preparations

Suitable SIMH MicroVAX Simulators

You can choose between the following MicroVAX Models resp. SIMH simulators that are supported by VMS V4.6:

MicroVAX Model SIMH simulator
MicroVAX I microvax1
MicroVAX II microvax2
MicroVAX 2000 microvax2000

In this tutorial I use the microvax2 SIMH simulator.

The MicroVAX II system used here consists of:

VMS V4.6

Get the VMS V4.6 installation kit here, unzip and put the files contained into the directory where the SIMH simulator resides.

microvax2.ini

Use the following microvax2.ini file for a MicroVAX II system.

SET CPU 16M
SET CPU CONHALT
SET CPU AUTOBOOT

ATT NVR NVR.BIN

SET CONSOLE LOG=INSTALL_uVMS046.LOG

SET RQ0 ENA
SET RQ0 RD54
ATT RQ0 uVMS046.R54

SET RQ1 ENA
SET RQ1 RX50
;ATT RQ1 

SET RQ2 ENA
SET RQ2 RX50
;ATT RQ2 

SET RQ3 DIS

SET DZ LINES=4
ATT DZ 6666

SET TQ0 ENA
ATT TQ0 AQ-FP13D-BN_MICROVMS_4.6_87.tap

SET TQ1 DIS
SET TQ2 DIS
SET TQ3 DIS

SET LPT DIS
SET RL  DIS
SET TS DIS

SET XQ ENA
SET XQ  TYPE=DELQA

; Auto-Boot VMS
EXPECT ">>> " SEND "BOOT\r"; GO -Q

BOOT

Installation

Install VMS V4.6 Base Kit

Start the simh microvax2 simulator:

Windows:

run microvax2.exe

Linux:

./microvax2

Be aware that Linux is case sensitive!


The SIMH MicroVAX will automatically boot Standalone Backup from the installation tape because the disk ist still empty.

Enter the date when prompted.


KA630-A.V1.3


Performing normal system tests.


  5..4..3..

Tests completed.




Loading system software.

  2..1..0..


   VAX/VMS Version  KG  15-Jun-1987 10:00


PLEASE ENTER DATE AND TIME (DD-MMM-YYYY  HH:MM)  23-JUN-2022 9:54

%BACKUP-I-IDENT, Stand-alone BACKUP V4.6; the date is 23-JUN-2022 09:54:59.49
$

Enter the BACKUP command to restore the VMS V4.6 Base Kit and watch the progress:

(Mind the "." (dot) after "MICROVMS"!)

$ BACKUP/VERIFY/LOG/INITIALIZE MUA0:MICROVMS./SAVE_SET DUA0:

%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]000000.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]BACKUP.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]CONTIN.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]CORIMG.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]SYS0.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]MOM$SYSTEM.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSCBI.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSERR.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSEXE.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ANALYZBAD.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]BACKUP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]BADBLOCK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]BOOTBLOCK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CDU.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CHECKSUM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CONVERT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]COPY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CREATE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CREATEFDL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DCL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DELETE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DIRECTORY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DISMOUNT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DLDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DUDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DVDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DZDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]EDT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ERRFMT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ESDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ETDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]F11BXQP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]FPEMUL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]INIT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]INSTALL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]JOBCTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]LIBRARIAN.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]LINK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]LOGINOUT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]MASK_IMAGE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]MTAAACP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]NODRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]NOTICE.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]OPCCRASH.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]OPCOM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PATCH.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PBDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PDDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PUDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RECLAIM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RENAME.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]REPLY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RIGHTSLIST.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RMS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RUFLOA.OPTEXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RUNDET.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SCSLOA.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SET.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SETP0.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SETRIGHTS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SHOW.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SHUTDOWN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SMGMAPTRM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SORTMERGE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]STARTUP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]STARTUP.INS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SUMSLP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYS.EXE;2
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSALF.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSBOOT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSGEN.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSINIT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA410.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA41A.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA41D.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA41W.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA650.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA65D.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA65W.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA8SS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAUV1.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAUV2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAWS1.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAWS2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAWSD.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TERMTABLE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TTDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TUDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TVDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TYPE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]UNLOCK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]UVDEFAULT.PAR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]UVSTARTUP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VAXEMUL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VAXVMSSYS.PAR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VERIFY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMB.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMOUNT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMSHELP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMSPARAMS.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]WRITEBOOT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]XDDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]XQDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]YEDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]YFDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]YIDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSHLP.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]EDTHELP.HLB;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]EXAMPLES.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]HELPLIB.HLB;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]UAFHELP.HLB;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSLIB.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]ADARTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]BASRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]BASRTL2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]CDDSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]COBRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]CONVSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]CRFSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DBGSSISHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DCLTABLES.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DCXSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DISMNTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DTKSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]EDTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]ENCRYPSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]FDLSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]FORRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]LBRSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]LIBRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]LIBRTL2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]MOUNTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]MTHRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]PASRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]PLIRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]RPGRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SCNRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SCRSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SECURESHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SMGSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SORTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]STARLET.OLB;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SUMSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]TRACE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]UISSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]UVMTHRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]VAXCRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]VAXCRTLG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]VMSRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSMAINT.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSMGR.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]ADDUSER.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]ALFMAINT.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]EDTINI.EDT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]LOGIN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]MGRMENU.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SUCCESS.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYCONFIG.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYLOGIN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYSHUTDWN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYSTARTUP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]VMSIMAGES.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]WELCOME.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSMSG.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]ADAMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]CLIUTLMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]DBGTBKMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]FILMNTMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]NETWRKMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]PASMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]PLIMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]PRGDEVMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]RPGMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SCNMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SHRIMGMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SYSMGTMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SYSMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]VAXCMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSTEST.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0]SYSUPD.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]AUTOGEN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]BACKUSER.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]CVTLICENSE.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]LIBDECOMP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]MASK_IMAGE.CLD;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]NET046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]PROG046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]REMOVE.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]RESTUSER.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]SPKITBLD.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]SWAPFILES.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]SYSP046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]USER046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]UTIL046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.FDL;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]VMSKITBLD.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]SYSEXE.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]USER.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[USER]EDTINI.EDT;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[USER]LOGIN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-CREATED, created DUA0:[000000]VOLSET.SYS;1
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]000000.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]BACKUP.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]CONTIN.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]CORIMG.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]SYS0.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]MOM$SYSTEM.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSCBI.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSERR.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSEXE.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ANALYZBAD.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]AUTHORIZE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]BACKUP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]BADBLOCK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]BOOTBLOCK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CDU.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CHECKSUM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CONVERT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]COPY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CREATE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]CREATEFDL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DCL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DELETE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DIRECTORY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DISMOUNT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DLDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DUDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DVDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]DZDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]EDT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ERRFMT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ESDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]ETDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]F11BXQP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]FPEMUL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]INIT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]INSTALL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]JOBCTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]LIBRARIAN.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]LINK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]LOGINOUT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]MASK_IMAGE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]MTAAACP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]NODRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]NOTICE.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]OPCCRASH.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]OPCOM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PATCH.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PBDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PDDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PUDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RECLAIM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RENAME.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]REPLY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RIGHTSLIST.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RMS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RUFLOA.OPTEXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]RUNDET.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SCSLOA.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SET.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SETP0.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SETRIGHTS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SHOW.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SHUTDOWN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SMGMAPTRM.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SORTMERGE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]STARTUP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]STARTUP.INS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SUMSLP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYS.EXE;2
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSALF.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSBOOT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSGEN.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSINIT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA410.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA41A.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA41D.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA41W.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA650.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA65D.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA65W.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOA8SS.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAUV1.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAUV2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAWS1.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAWS2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSLOAWSD.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SYSUAF.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TERMTABLE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TTDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TUDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TVDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]TYPE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]UNLOCK.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]UVDEFAULT.PAR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]UVSTARTUP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VAXEMUL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VAXVMSSYS.PAR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VERIFY.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMB.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMOUNT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMSHELP.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]VMSPARAMS.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]WRITEBOOT.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]XDDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]XQDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]YEDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]YFDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSEXE]YIDRIVER.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSHLP.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]EDTHELP.HLB;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]EXAMPLES.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]HELPLIB.HLB;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSHLP]UAFHELP.HLB;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSLIB.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]ADARTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]BASRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]BASRTL2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]CDDSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]COBRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]CONVSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]CRFSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DBGSSISHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DCLTABLES.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DCXSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DISMNTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]DTKSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]EDTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]ENCRYPSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]FDLSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]FORRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]LBRSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]LIBRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]LIBRTL2.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]MOUNTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]MTHRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]PASRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]PLIRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]RPGRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SCNRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SCRSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SECURESHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SMGSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SORTSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]STARLET.OLB;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]SUMSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]TRACE.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]UISSHR.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]UVMTHRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]VAXCRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]VAXCRTLG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSLIB]VMSRTL.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSMAINT.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSMGR.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]ADDUSER.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]ALFMAINT.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]EDTINI.EDT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]LOGIN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]MGRMENU.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SUCCESS.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYCONFIG.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYLOGIN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYSHUTDWN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]SYSTARTUP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]VMSIMAGES.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMGR]WELCOME.TXT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSMSG.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]ADAMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]CLIUTLMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]DBGTBKMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]FILMNTMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]NETWRKMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]PASMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]PLIMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]PRGDEVMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]RPGMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SCNMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SHRIMGMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SYSMGTMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]SYSMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSMSG]VAXCMSG.EXE;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSTEST.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0]SYSUPD.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]AUTOGEN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]BACKUSER.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]CVTLICENSE.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]LIBDECOMP.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]MASK_IMAGE.CLD;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]NET046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]PROG046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]REMOVE.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]RESTUSER.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]SPKITBLD.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]SWAPFILES.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]SYSP046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]USER046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]UTIL046.ANS;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]VMSINSTAL.FDL;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[SYS0.SYSUPD]VMSKITBLD.DAT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]SYSEXE.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]USER.DIR;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[USER]EDTINI.EDT;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[USER]LOGIN.COM;1
%BACKUP-S-COMPARED, compared DUA0:[000000]VOLSET.SYS;1
%BACKUP-I-PROCDONE, Operation completed.  Processing finished at 23-JUN-2022 09:56:03.17
If you do not want to perform another standalone BACKUP operation,
use the console to halt the system.

If you do want to perform another standalone BACKUP operation, 
ensure the standalone application volume is online and ready.
Enter "YES" to continue: 

Hit [CTRL + e] to stop the simulator and enter the BOOT command.

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> BOOT

This time the system will start from the freshly installed disk, do an automatic self-configuration run using AUTOGEN and reboot:


KA630-A.V1.3


Performing normal system tests.


  5..4..3..

Tests completed.




Loading system software.

  2..1..0..


  MicroVMS Version  KG  15-Jun-1987 10:00


AUTOGEN computes the SYSGEN parameters for your configuration
and then reboots the system with the new parameters.

Once the base system is installed, install additional software in the 
following order:

        1.  Install the mandatory update.

        2.  Install any or all of the MicroVMS options
                (PROG, SYSP, UTIL, USER)

        3.  Reinstall the mandatory update.

        4.  Install optional software products.

You MUST install the mandatory update before you install any MicroVMS options,
and before you install optional software products.

Running AUTOGEN -- Please wait.

%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, GETDATA phase is beginning.
%AUTOGEN-I-NEWFILE, A new version of SYS$SYSTEM:PARAMS.DAT has been created.
        You may wish to purge this file.
%AUTOGEN-I-END, GETDATA phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, GENPARAMS phase is beginning.
%AUTOGEN-I-NEWFILE, A new version of SYS$SYSTEM:SETPARAMS.DAT has been created.
        You may wish to purge this file.
%AUTOGEN-I-END, GENPARAMS phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, GENFILES phase is beginning.

%AUTOGEN-I-CREATE, DISK$MICROVMS:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS
        will be modified to hold 12800 blocks.
%SYSGEN-I-EXTENDED, DISK$MICROVMS:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS;1 extended


%AUTOGEN-I-CREATE, DISK$MICROVMS:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS
        will be modified to hold 8100 blocks.
%SYSGEN-I-EXTENDED, DISK$MICROVMS:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS;1 extended


%AUTOGEN-I-DUMPFILE, A 32772 block dump file will be created.
%SYSGEN-I-CREATED, SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSEXE]SYSDUMP.DMP;1 created

%AUTOGEN-I-END, GENFILES phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, SETPARAMS phase is beginning.
%AUTOGEN-I-END, SETPARAMS phase has successfully completed.
%AUTOGEN-I-BEGIN, REBOOT phase is beginning.

The system is shutting down to allow the system to boot with the
generated site-specific parameters and installed images.

The system will automatically reboot after the shutdown and the
upgrade will be complete.



        SHUTDOWN -- Perform an Orderly System Shutdown


%SHUTDOWN-I-BOOTCHECK, Performing reboot consistency check...
%SHUTDOWN-I-CHECKOK, Basic reboot consistency check completed

%SHUTDOWN-I-OPERATOR, This terminal is now an operator's console.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISLOGINS, Interactive logins will now be disabled.
%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 0, current interactive value = 0
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPQUEMAN, The queue manager will now be stopped.

SHUTDOWN message from user SYSTEM at  Batch   11:57:56
The system will shut down in 0 minutes; back up soon.  Please log off.
Reboot system with AUTOGENerated parameters


%SHUTDOWN-I-SITESHUT, The site-specific shutdown procedure will now be invoked.
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPUSER, All user processes will now be stopped.
%SHUTDOWN-I-REMOVE, All installed images will now be removed.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISMOUNT, All volumes will now be dismounted.

Loading system software.
?06 HLT INST

    PC = 20050419

?15 CORRPTN


KA630-A.V1.3


Performing normal system tests.


  5..4..3..

Tests completed.




Loading system software.

  2..1..0..


  MicroVMS Version  KG  15-Jun-1987 10:00


The MicroVMS system is now executing the system startup procedure.


The MicroVMS system is now executing the site-specific startup commands.


        You have successfully installed and started 
        the MicroVMS base kit.  The system is now
        ready for you to login.

%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 64, current interactive value = 0
  SYSTEM       job terminated at 23-JUN-1987 11:58:52.02

        Welcome to MicroVMS  KG     

Now hit [Enter] to log in and follow the instructions to install the mandatory update.

There is no password on the SYSTEM account.

Next stop the simulator by typing [CTRL + e], then "insert" the mandatory update tape and finally type C to continue:

Username: SYSTEM
        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6

%SET-W-NOTSET, error modifying OPA0:
-SET-I-UNKTERM, unknown terminal type

------------------------------------------------

Main Menu

         1 - Exit to DCL
         2 - Log out of the SYSTEM account
         3 - Invoke the MAIL utility
         4 - Invoke the PHONE utility
         5 - Add a user account to the system
         6 - Install optional software
         7 - Add or Delete a MicroVMS component
         8 - Create or Modify an Autologin Terminal
         9 - Back up or Restore the user files on a disk
        10 - Build a Standalone BACKUP kit
        11 - Set the maximum number of interactive logins
        12 - Configure the network
        13 - Shut down or start up the network
        14 - SHUT DOWN the system

Enter a number (? or ?# for HELP): 

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> ATT TQ0 BB-KY83C-BE_VMS4.6-MUP_87.tap
TQ0: Tape Image 'BB-KY83C-BE_VMS4.6-MUP_87.tap' scanned as SIMH format
sim> C

Now choose 6 from the Main Menu to install mandatory update as follows:

6

------------------------------------------------



        VAX/VMS Software Product Installation Procedure  KG     


It is 23-JUN-1987 at 15:35.
Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? YES
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: MUA0:

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: *
Please mount the first volume of the set on MUA0:.
* Are you ready? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, MUP046 mounted on _MUA0:

The following products will be processed:

  VMSMUP V4.6


        Beginning installation of VMSMUP V4.6 at 15:36

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...


        This kit contains the mandatory update for Version 4.6 of VAX/VMS.
        It must be applied to the 4.6 base kit.



        1)  Apply all fixes to the system
        2)  Create a file with the descriptions of all fixes
        3)  Both of the above

* What would you like to do [3]: 3
%VMSMUP-I-FIXDESC, The fixes are described in SYS$UPDATE:VMSMUP046.TXT
* Do you want to purge files replaced by this installation [YES]? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, MUP046 mounted on _MUA0:
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass
%BACKUP-W-NOFILES, no files selected from MUA0:[000000]VMSMUP046.B;
%DELETE-W-SEARCHFAIL, error searching for SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSUPD.KITINSTAL_SCRATCH]*.*;*
-RMS-E-FNF, file not found
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass
%BACKUP-W-NOFILES, no files selected from MUA0:[000000]VMSMUP046.C;

  1) CTDRIVER (patch image)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]CTDRIVER.EXE does not exist.

  2) F11BXQP (new image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]F11BXQP.EXE;2

  3) LATSYM (new image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]LATSYM.EXE;2

  4) PEDRIVER (miscellaneous fix)

  5) RMS (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]RMS.EXE;1
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]RMS.EXE;1
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]RMS.EXE;1
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]RMS.EXE;1

  6) SYS (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]SYS.EXE;1

  7) SYSLOA8NN (patch image)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]SYSLOA8NN.EXE does not exist.

  8) TUDRIVER (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]TUDRIVER.EXE;1

  9) UETINIT00 (patch image)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSTEST]UETINIT00.EXE does not exist.

 10) VAXCRTL (miscellaneous fix)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSLIB]VAXCRTL.OLB does not exist.

 11) VAXCRTL (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]VAXCRTL.EXE;1

 12) VAXCRTLG (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]VAXCRTLG.EXE;1

 13) XQDRIVER (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]XQDRIVER.EXE;1

%VMSMUP-E-ERRORS, Of the 13 fixes listed above, the following 4 should be reviewed:
    1,   7,   9,  10
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of VMSMUP V4.6 completed at 15:36

%VMSINSTAL-I-REBOOT, This product requires that the system be rebooted.


        SHUTDOWN -- Perform an Orderly System Shutdown


%SHUTDOWN-I-BOOTCHECK, Performing reboot consistency check...
%SHUTDOWN-I-CHECKOK, Basic reboot consistency check completed

%SHUTDOWN-I-OPERATOR, This terminal is now an operator's console.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISLOGINS, Interactive logins will now be disabled.
%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 0, current interactive value = 1
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPQUEMAN, The queue manager will now be stopped.

SHUTDOWN message from user SYSTEM at _OPA0:   15:36:52
The system will shut down in 0 minutes; back up soon.  Please log off.
Reboot after VMSMUP V4.6 installation.

1 terminal has been notified.

%SHUTDOWN-I-SITESHUT, The site-specific shutdown procedure will now be invoked.
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPUSER, All user processes will now be stopped.
%SHUTDOWN-I-REMOVE, All installed images will now be removed.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISMOUNT, All volumes will now be dismounted.
        SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE - USE CONSOLE TO HALT SYSTEM
Infinite loop, PC: 80008D7E (BRB 80008D7E)
sim>

Install MicroVMS V4.6 Option Kits

Change the tape back to the installation tape:

sim> ATT TQ0 AQ-FP13D-BN_MICROVMS_4.6_87.tap
TQ0: Tape Image 'AQ-FP13D-BN_MICROVMS_4.6_87.tap' scanned as SIMH format

Boot again and log in to install all of the MicroVMS V4.6 Option Kits:

sim> BOOT




KA630-A.V1.3

Performing normal system tests.

  5..4..3..

Tests completed.


Loading system software.

                          2..1..0..



  MicroVMS Version V4.6  6-Jul-1987 17:00



The MicroVMS system is now executing the system startup procedure.


The MicroVMS system is now executing the site-specific startup commands.

%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 64, current interactive value = 0
  SYSTEM       job terminated at 23-JUN-1987 15:40:22.50

        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6    

Username: SYSTEM
        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6

    Last interactive login on Tuesday, 23-JUN-1987 15:32
%SET-W-NOTSET, error modifying OPA0:
-SET-I-UNKTERM, unknown terminal type

------------------------------------------------

Main Menu

         1 - Exit to DCL
         2 - Log out of the SYSTEM account
         3 - Invoke the MAIL utility
         4 - Invoke the PHONE utility
         5 - Add a user account to the system
         6 - Install optional software
         7 - Add or Delete a MicroVMS component
         8 - Create or Modify an Autologin Terminal
         9 - Back up or Restore the user files on a disk
        10 - Build a Standalone BACKUP kit
        11 - Set the maximum number of interactive logins
        12 - Configure the network
        13 - Shut down or start up the network
        14 - SHUT DOWN the system

Enter a number (? or ?# for HELP): 1

------------------------------------------------


If you wish to use the menus again, type the following:
        $ @SYS$MANAGER:MGRMENU

$ @SYS$UPDATE:VMSINSTAL PROG,SYSP,USER,UTIL MUA0:


        VAX/VMS Software Product Installation Procedure V4.6    


It is 23-JUN-1987 at 15:44.
Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? YES

Please mount the first volume of the set on MUA0:.
* Are you ready? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, SYSTEM mounted on _MUA0:

The following products will be processed:

  PROG V4.6
  SYSP V4.6
  USER V4.6
  UTIL V4.6


        Beginning installation of PROG V4.6 at 15:45

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...
* Do you want to install the entire kit: YES
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset B...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset C...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset D...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset E...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset F...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset G...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset H...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset I...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset J...
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of PROG V4.6 completed at 15:45



        Beginning installation of SYSP V4.6 at 15:45

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...
* Do you want to install the entire kit: YES
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset B...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset C...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset D...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset E...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset F...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset G...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset H...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset I...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset J...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset K...
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of SYSP V4.6 completed at 15:45



        Beginning installation of USER V4.6 at 15:45

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...
* Do you want to install the entire kit: YES
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset B...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset C...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset D...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset E...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset F...
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of USER V4.6 completed at 15:45



        Beginning installation of UTIL V4.6 at 15:45

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...
* Do you want to install the entire kit: YES
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset B...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset C...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset D...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset E...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset F...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset G...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset H...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset I...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset J...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset K...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset L...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset M...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset N...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset O...
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of UTIL V4.6 completed at 15:45



        VMSINSTAL procedure done at 15:45


$ 

Now install the install the mandatory update for the second time.

First Change the tape back to the mandatory update tape:

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> ATT TQ0 BB-KY83C-BE_VMS4.6-MUP_87.tap
TQ0: Tape Image 'BB-KY83C-BE_VMS4.6-MUP_87.tap' scanned as SIMH format
sim> C
[Enter]

$

Then start the update. The system will shut down when finished.

$ @SYS$UPDATE:VMSINSTAL


        VAX/VMS Software Product Installation Procedure V4.6    


It is 23-JUN-1987 at 15:50.
Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? YES
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: MUA0:

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: *
Please mount the first volume of the set on MUA0:.
* Are you ready? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, MUP046 mounted on _MUA0:

The following products will be processed:

  VMSMUP V4.6


        Beginning installation of VMSMUP V4.6 at 15:51

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...


        This kit contains the mandatory update for Version 4.6 of VAX/VMS.
        It must be applied to the 4.6 base kit.



        1)  Apply all fixes to the system
        2)  Create a file with the descriptions of all fixes
        3)  Both of the above

* What would you like to do [3]: 3
%VMSMUP-I-FIXDESC, The fixes are described in SYS$UPDATE:VMSMUP046.TXT
* Do you want to purge files replaced by this installation [YES]? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, MUP046 mounted on _MUA0:
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass
%BACKUP-W-NOFILES, no files selected from MUA0:[000000]VMSMUP046.B;
%DELETE-W-SEARCHFAIL, error searching for SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSUPD.KITINSTAL_SCRATCH]*.*;*
-RMS-E-FNF, file not found
%BACKUP-I-STARTVERIFY, starting verification pass
%BACKUP-W-NOFILES, no files selected from MUA0:[000000]VMSMUP046.C;

  1) CTDRIVER (patch image)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]CTDRIVER.EXE does not exist.

  2) F11BXQP (new image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]F11BXQP.EXE;2

  3) LATSYM (new image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.VMSMUP046]LATSYM.EXE;2

  4) PEDRIVER (miscellaneous fix)

  5) RMS (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 1 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]RMS.EXE;2
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 2 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]RMS.EXE;2
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 3 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]RMS.EXE;2
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 4 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]RMS.EXE;2
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, New file RMS.EXE does not exist.

  6) SYS (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 80 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]SYS.EXE;3
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, New file SYS.EXE does not exist.

  7) SYSLOA8NN (patch image)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]SYSLOA8NN.EXE does not exist.

  8) TUDRIVER (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 1 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]TUDRIVER.EXE;2
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, New file TUDRIVER.EXE does not exist.

  9) UETINIT00 (patch image)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSTEST]UETINIT00.EXE does not exist.

 10) VAXCRTL (miscellaneous fix)
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, File VMI$ROOT:[SYSLIB]VAXCRTL.OLB does not exist.

 11) VAXCRTL (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 1 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSLIB]VAXCRTL.EXE;2
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, New file VAXCRTL.EXE does not exist.

 12) VAXCRTLG (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 1 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSLIB]VAXCRTLG.EXE;2
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, New file VAXCRTLG.EXE does not exist.

 13) XQDRIVER (patch image)
%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-ECOSET, eco level 1 already set in VMI$ROOT:[SYSEXE]XQDRIVER.EXE;2
%PATCH-W-NOSYMBOL, no such symbol 'XQDRIVER'
%VMSINSTAL-W-NOFILE, New file XQDRIVER.EXE does not exist.

%VMSMUP-E-ERRORS, Of the 13 fixes listed above, the following 10 should be reviewed:
    1,   5,   6,   7,   8,   9,  10,  11,  12,  13
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of VMSMUP V4.6 completed at 15:52

%VMSINSTAL-I-REBOOT, This product requires that the system be rebooted.


        SHUTDOWN -- Perform an Orderly System Shutdown


%SHUTDOWN-I-BOOTCHECK, Performing reboot consistency check...
%SHUTDOWN-I-CHECKOK, Basic reboot consistency check completed

%SHUTDOWN-I-OPERATOR, This terminal is now an operator's console.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISLOGINS, Interactive logins will now be disabled.
%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 0, current interactive value = 1
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPQUEMAN, The queue manager will now be stopped.
%JBC-E-JOBQUEDIS, system job queue manager is not running

SHUTDOWN message from user SYSTEM at _OPA0:   15:52:01
The system will shut down in 0 minutes; back up soon.  Please log off.
Reboot after VMSMUP V4.6 installation.

1 terminal has been notified.

%SHUTDOWN-I-SITESHUT, The site-specific shutdown procedure will now be invoked.
%SHUTDOWN-I-STOPUSER, All user processes will now be stopped.
%SHUTDOWN-I-REMOVE, All installed images will now be removed.
%SHUTDOWN-I-DISMOUNT, All volumes will now be dismounted.
        SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE - USE CONSOLE TO HALT SYSTEM
Infinite loop, PC: 80008D7E (BRB 80008D7E)
sim> 

Now boot your MicroVAX II with the completely installed VMS V4.6:

sim> BOOT




KA630-A.V1.3

Performing normal system tests.

  5..4..3..

Tests completed.


Loading system software.

                          2..1..0..



  MicroVMS Version V4.6  6-Jul-1987 17:00



The MicroVMS system is now executing the system startup procedure.


The MicroVMS system is now executing the site-specific startup commands.

%SET-I-INTSET, login interactive limit = 64, current interactive value = 0
  SYSTEM       job terminated at 23-JUN-1987 15:54:43.84

        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6    

Username: SYSTEM
        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6

    Last interactive login on Tuesday, 23-JUN-1987 15:42
%SET-W-NOTSET, error modifying OPA0:
-SET-I-UNKTERM, unknown terminal type

------------------------------------------------

Main Menu

         1 - Exit to DCL
         2 - Log out of the SYSTEM account
         3 - Invoke the MAIL utility
         4 - Invoke the PHONE utility
         5 - Add a user account to the system
         6 - Install optional software
         7 - Add or Delete a MicroVMS component
         8 - Create or Modify an Autologin Terminal
         9 - Back up or Restore the user files on a disk
        10 - Build a Standalone BACKUP kit
        11 - Set the maximum number of interactive logins
        12 - Configure the network
        13 - Shut down or start up the network
        14 - SHUT DOWN the system

Enter a number (? or ?# for HELP): 1

------------------------------------------------


If you wish to use the menus again, type the following:
        $ @SYS$MANAGER:MGRMENU

$

Now have a look at your running VMS V4.6 system:

$ SHOW SYS
VAX/VMS V4.6  on node  23-JUN-1987 15:57:08.68   Uptime    0 00:02:46
  Pid    Process Name    State  Pri      I/O       CPU       Page flts Ph.Mem
00000020 NULL            COM      0        0   0 00:02:44.82         0      0   
00000021 SWAPPER         HIB     16        0   0 00:00:00.00         0      0   
00000024 JOB_CONTROL     HIB      8       17   0 00:00:00.00        89    204   
00000025 SYSTEM          CUR      4      139   0 00:00:00.02      1087    170   
$ SHOW MEMORY
              System Memory Resources on 23-JUN-1987 15:57:25.66

Physical Memory Usage (pages):     Total        Free      In Use    Modified
  Main Memory (16.00Mb)            32768       29845        2784         139

Slot Usage (slots):                Total        Free    Resident     Swapped
  Process Entry Slots                 27          23           4           0
  Balance Set Slots                   24          22           2           0

Fixed-Size Pool Areas (packets):   Total        Free      In Use        Size
  Small Packet (SRP) List             74          17          57          96
  I/O Request Packet (IRP) List       41           7          34         208
  Large Packet (LRP) List              8           7           1        1584

Dynamic Memory Usage (bytes):      Total        Free      In Use     Largest
  Nonpaged Dynamic Memory         242176       81008      161168       77248
  Paged Dynamic Memory            138240       57552       80688       56864

Paging File Usage (pages):                      Free      In Use       Total
  DISK$MICROVMS:[SYS0.SYSEXE]SWAPFILE.SYS       7616         480        8096
  DISK$MICROVMS:[SYS0.SYSEXE]PAGEFILE.SYS      12800           0       12800

Of the physical pages in use, 2473 pages are permanently allocated to VMS.
$ SHOW DEVICES

Device                  Device           Error    Volume         Free  Trans Mnt
 Name                   Status           Count     Label        Blocks Count Cnt
DUA0:                   Mounted              0  MICROVMS        229662    19   1
DUA1:                   Online               0
DUA2:                   Online               0

Device                  Device           Error    Volume         Free  Trans Mnt
 Name                   Status           Count     Label        Blocks Count Cnt
MUA0:                   Online               0 

Device                  Device           Error
 Name                   Status           Count
OPA0:                   Online               0
TTA0:                   Online               0
TTA1:                   Online               0
TTA2:                   Online               0
TTA3:                   Online               0

Device                  Device           Error
 Name                   Status           Count
PTA0:                   Online               1
PUA0:                   Online               2
XQA0:                   Online               0
$ SHOW DEVICE/FULL DUA0:

Disk DUA0:, device type RD54, is online, mounted, file-oriented device,
    shareable, available to cluster, error logging is enabled.

    Error count                    0    Operations completed                923
    Owner process                 ""    Owner UIC                         [1,1]
    Owner process ID        00000000    Dev Prot    S:RWED,O:RWED,G:RWED,W:RWED
    Reference count                6    Default buffer size                 512
    Total blocks              311200    Sectors per track                    17
    Total cylinders             1221    Tracks per cylinder                  15

    Volume label          "MICROVMS"    Relative volume number                0
    Cluster size                   2    Transaction count                    19
    Free blocks               229662    Maximum files allowed             66696
    Extend quantity                5    Mount count                           1
    Mount status              System    Cache name             "_DUA0:XQPCACHE"
    Extent cache size             64    Maximum blocks in extent cache    22966
    File ID cache size            64    Blocks currently in extent cache      0
    Quota cache size               0    Maximum buffers in FCP cache        116

  Volume status:  subject to mount verification, write-through caching enabled.

$ 

Install and Configure DECnet

"Insert" the first DECnet diskette and start the installation:

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> ATT RQ1 BL-CJ56F-BE_DECNET_MVMS_V4_BIN_RX50_1-3.rx50
RQ1: 'BL-CJ56F-BE_DECNET_MVMS_V4_BIN_RX50_1-3.rx50' Contains ODS2 File system
RQ1: Volume Name: NET01        Format: DECFILE11B   Sectors In Volume: 800
sim> C
[ENTER]
$ @SYS$UPDATE:VMSINSTAL


        VAX/VMS Software Product Installation Procedure V4.6    


It is 23-JUN-1987 at 16:01.
Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? YES
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: DUA1:

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: *
Please mount the first volume of the set on DUA1:.
* Are you ready? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, NET01        mounted on _DUA1:

The following products will be processed:

  NET V4.6


        Beginning installation of NET V4.6 at 16:01

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...
%BACKUP-I-READYREAD, mount volume 2 on _DUA1: for reading
Enter "YES" when ready: 

Now "insert" the second DECnet diskette and continue the installation:

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> ATT RQ1 BL-CJ57F-BE_DECNET_MVMS_V4_BIN_RX50_2-3.rx50
RQ1: 'BL-CJ57F-BE_DECNET_MVMS_V4_BIN_RX50_2-3.rx50' Contains ODS2 File system
RQ1: Volume Name: NET02        Format: DECFILE11B   Sectors In Volume: 800
sim> C
YES
* Do you want to install the entire kit: YES
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset B...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset C...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset D...
%BACKUP-I-READYREAD, mount volume 3 on _DUA1: for reading
Enter "YES" when ready: 

Now "insert" the third and last DECnet diskette and finish the installation:

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> ATT RQ1 BL-CJ58F-BE_DECNET_MVMS_V4_BIN_RX50_3-3.rx50
RQ1: 'BL-CJ58F-BE_DECNET_MVMS_V4_BIN_RX50_3-3.rx50' Contains ODS2 File system
RQ1: Volume Name: NET03        Format: DECFILE11B   Sectors In Volume: 800
sim> C
YES
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset E...
%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset F...
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of NET V4.6 completed at 16:04


Enter the products to be processed from the next distribution volume set.
* Products: [CTRL + y]
*INTERRUPT*

%VMSINSTAL-F-CTRLY, Installation cancelled via CTRL/Y.
%VMSINSTAL-F-UNEXPECTED, Installation terminated due to unexpected event.

        VMSINSTAL procedure done at 16:04


$ 

The last component you need is the DECnet Endnode keyfile, so "insert" the keyfile diskette:

[CTRL + e]
Simulation stopped, PC: 80008B1F (BRB 80008B1F)
sim> ATT RQ1 BL-CJ59E-BE_DECNET-VAX_END_NODE_VMS_V4_BIN_RX50.rx50
RQ1: 'BL-CJ59E-BE_DECNET-VAX_END_NODE_VMS_V4_BIN_RX50.rx50' Contains ODS2 File system
RQ1: Volume Name: NETEND01     Format: DECFILE11B   Sectors In Volume: 800
sim> C

Start the installation as usual:

$ @SYS$UPDATE:VMSINSTAL


        VAX/VMS Software Product Installation Procedure V4.6    


It is 23-JUN-1987 at 16:09.
Enter a question mark (?) at any time for help.

* Are you satisfied with the backup of your system disk [YES]? YES
* Where will the distribution volumes be mounted: DUA1:

Enter the products to be processed from the first distribution volume set.
* Products: *
Please mount the first volume of the set on DUA1:.
* Are you ready? YES
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, NETEND01     mounted on _DUA1:

The following products will be processed:

  NETEND V4.0


        Beginning installation of NETEND V4.0 at 16:09

%VMSINSTAL-I-RESTORE, Restoring product saveset A...

    DECnet-VAX Endnode Key installation

%PATCH-I-NOLCL, image does not contain local symbols
%PATCH-I-NOGBL, some or all global symbols not accessible
%PATCH-I-WRTFIL, updating image file VMI$ROOT:[SYSUPD.NETEND040]NETACP.EXE;1
%VMSINSTAL-I-MOVEFILES, Files will now be moved to their target directories...

        Installation of NETEND V4.0 completed at 16:09


Enter the products to be processed from the next distribution volume set.
* Products: [CTRL + y]
*INTERRUPT*

%VMSINSTAL-F-CTRLY, Installation cancelled via CTRL/Y.
%VMSINSTAL-F-UNEXPECTED, Installation terminated due to unexpected event.

        VMSINSTAL procedure done at 16:09


$ 

The last step is to configure DECnet using the NETCONFIG command procedure.

I will use:

  • MVII for the DECnet node name, and
  • 1.1 for the DECnet address.

You can use you own values obeying the DECnet rules:

  • Node name: xxxx
  • Node address: yyyy

The name of the network device (here: QNA-0 for the DELQA) may differ depending on your choice of the MicroVAX model.

$ @NETCONFIG

        DECnet-VAX network configuration procedure

This procedure will help you define the parameters needed to get DECnet 
running on this machine.  You will be shown the changes before they are 
executed, in case you wish to perform them manually.

What do you want your DECnet node name to be?               : MVII
What do you want your DECnet address to be?                 : 1.1
Do you want to operate as a router?        [NO (nonrouting)]: NO
Do you want a default DECnet account?                  [YES]: YES

        Here are the commands necessary to setup your system.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    PURGE KNOWN OBJECTS ALL
    PURGE MODULE CONFIGURATOR KNOWN CIRCUITS ALL
$ DEFINE/USER SYS$OUTPUT NL:
$ DEFINE/USER SYS$ERROR NL:
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP    ! Remove existing entry, if any
    PURGE NODE 1.1 ALL
    PURGE NODE MVII ALL
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE EXECUTOR ADDRESS 1.1 STATE ON
    DEFINE EXECUTOR NAME MVII
    DEFINE EXECUTOR MAXIMUM ADDRESS 1023
    DEFINE EXECUTOR TYPE NONROUTING IV
    DEFINE EXECUTOR NONPRIVILEGED USER DECNET
    DEFINE EXECUTOR NONPRIVILEGED PASSWORD DECNET
$ DEFINE/USER_MODE SYSUAF SYS$SYSTEM:SYSUAF.DAT
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:AUTHORIZE
    ADD DECNET /OWNER="DECNET DEFAULT" -
        /PASSWORD=DECNET -
        /UIC=[376,376] /ACCOUNT=DECNET -
        /DEVICE=SYS$SPECIFIC: /DIRECTORY=[DECNET] -
        /PRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
        /DEFPRIVILEGE=(TMPMBX,NETMBX) -
Press RETURN to continue
[RETURN]
        /FLAGS=(CAPTIVE) /LGICMD=NL: -
        /NOBATCH /NOINTERACTIVE 
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SYS$SPECIFIC:[DECNET] /OWNER=[376,376]
$ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:NCP
    DEFINE LINE    QNA-0 STATE ON
    DEFINE CIRCUIT QNA-0 STATE ON COST 4
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR STATE ON
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 0.0-9
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 2.0-1
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 4.2-13,15-16,18-19
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 5.0-18
    DEFINE LOGGING MONITOR EVENTS 128.0-4
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Do you want to go ahead and do it? [YES]: YES
%UAF-I-ADDMSG, user record successfully added
%UAF-I-RDBADDMSGU, identifier DECNET value: [000376,000376] added to RIGHTSLIST.DAT
%UAF-I-DONEMSG, system authorization file modified
%UAF-I-RDBDONEMSG, rights database modified
%NCP-I-NMLRSP, listener response - Success 
Logging sink type = monitor
%NML-I-RECADDED, Database entry added

The changes have been made.

If you have not already installed the DECnet-VAX license, then do so now.

After the license has been installed, you should invoke the procedure
SYS$MANAGER:STARTNET.COM to startup DECnet-VAX with these changes.

(If the license is already installed) Do you want DECnet started? [YES]: YES
%RUN-S-PROC_ID, identification of created process is 00000026
%RUN-S-PROC_ID, identification of created process is 00000028
$ 

Now let's have a look at the network and do a little testing:

$ SHOW NET
VAX/VMS Network status for local node  1.1 MVII on 23-JUN-1987 16:16:46.32

This is a nonrouting node, and does not have any network information.
The designated router for MVII is node    0 MVII.
$ SET HOST MVII

        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6    

Username: SYSTEM
        Welcome to MicroVMS V4.6

    Last interactive login on Tuesday, 23-JUN-1987 15:55
%SET-W-NOTSET, error modifying RTA1:
-SET-I-UNKTERM, unknown terminal type

------------------------------------------------

Main Menu

         1 - Exit to DCL
         2 - Log out of the SYSTEM account
         3 - Invoke the MAIL utility
         4 - Invoke the PHONE utility
         5 - Add a user account to the system
         6 - Install optional software
         7 - Add or Delete a MicroVMS component
         8 - Create or Modify an Autologin Terminal
         9 - Back up or Restore the user files on a disk
        10 - Build a Standalone BACKUP kit
        11 - Set the maximum number of interactive logins
        12 - Configure the network
        13 - Shut down or start up the network
        14 - SHUT DOWN the system

Enter a number (? or ?# for HELP): 1

------------------------------------------------


If you wish to use the menus again, type the following:
        $ @SYS$MANAGER:MGRMENU

$ SHOW USER
          VAX/VMS Interactive Users
           23-JUN-1987 16:17:24.97
    Total number of interactive users = 2

 Username     Process Name      PID     Terminal
 SYSTEM       SYSTEM          00000025  OPA0:          
 SYSTEM       _RTA1:          00000029  RTA1:          
$ LOGOUT
  SYSTEM       logged out at 23-JUN-1987 16:17:35.09
%REM-S-END, control returned to node _MVII::
$ 

That's it!

Don't forget to run an orderly shutdown using:

@SYS$SYSTEM:SHUTDOWN

Recommended Reading

  • AA-KM46A-TN MicroVMS 4.6 Installation and Operations