SYBASE SYSTEM 11.0.0 for SCO UNIX 5.0.5
1. You must first determine that the NIC is properly configured on the system.
2. Log in as root, create Sybase user with scoadmin command, group belong to Sybase
Once the above two is confirmed, we can move to a phase of installation.
System sub-partition table (sample example)
Nametypenew fs#fist Blocklast Block
RAW1 and RAW2 are the physical device names that the Sybase database device actually holds. RAW1 is used to hold the database, RAW2 is used to store the transaction log.
Here we correctly allocate the size of RAW1 and RAW2:
Let's say we define raw1=600m, raw2=200m.
Nname or Renawe a Divishon
Ccredit a new file system on this Divison
Tselect or change filesystem type on new filesystem
Pprevent a new file system from being crented on the division
Sstart a division on a different block
Eend a division on a different block
Rrestore The original Division table
Enter the choice or Q to quit_____ N↙
Whick Division (O through 7): 4↙
What do your want to call It?:raw1↙
Define the starting block and set the starting block as needed:
Enter you choice or Q Quit:s↙
Whick Division? : 4↙
Start number Block:1310000↙
(Recommended: The size of the boot is the size of the 20mb,u file system is 500MB)