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Allows the addition of hardware to the running system.
Hardware may be controllers, CI disks, and CPUs. In addition,
memory may be added to the system with the MEMORY keyword. The
first address is the lower bound, the second is the upper
bound. The default input radix for the addresses is decimal.
to change the input radix, prefix the number with a " ". An
address may also be specified with the "K" or "P" suffix, e.g.,
ADD MEMORY 256K TO 512K.
Initiate the process which causes automatic configuration
of the disks and tapes on the system. This command is useful
when equipment was not present (powered off when the system was
orgionally bootstraped), e.g., field service was working on the
gear. It can also be used in the event that a drive was missed
at bootstrap time, e.g., a drive address thumb wheel was miss
selected on a tape drive at boot time or a lap plug had been
pulled from an RP06 disk drive.
Type the internal help text.
Allows the loading of microcode into the CPUs, DX-20
controllers for tape drives and disk drives, and CI or NI
network interface controllers.
This command is the exact opposite of the ADD command.
This command will dynamically remove hardware from a running
system. The options are the same as that for the ADD command.
Allows the setting of certain parameters which control an
action automatically when the system, or a controller goes
down. The options are:
Enable automatic reload of the monitor. This command
allows the monitor to use the BOOTXT command string to
automatically reload the monitor when it crashes or is
taken down. Note there are other conditions that will
prevent such an auto reload; this command is a master
enable. See also SET NO RELOAD.
2. BOOT-TEXT command-string
Set the boot text command string to the specified
value. The boot text command string is the command string
passed to the bootstrap on an automatic monitor reload.
Since the bootstrap interprets a space as an end-of-command
character, multiple commands may be specified on the same
line by separating the commands with spaces. The command
string starts with the first non-space, non-tab character
after the keyword "BOOT-TEXT" and ends with the end of
line. A typical use of this command might be:
SET BOOT-TEXT /D DSKA:SYSTEM.EXE[1,4]
Sets KLINIK line parameters on the specified CPUs. A
carriage return after the KLINIK keyword will enter the
sub-command dialog for the specified KLINIK parameters.
Enable the automatic reload of microcodes by the
monitor. This command allows the monitor to reload
microcodes on the CPU(s) or controller devices as well as
network devices such as the CI and NI.
Negates the effect of any of the other SET keywords.
Shows the status of those parameters that have been set
with the SET command.
Take the system down with an RLD stopcode and reload it.
Before doing so, CONFIG asks the operator for the reason for
the reload and puts the address of the resulting string in AC
0. When looking at a dump from an RLD stopcode, the reason the
dump was taken can be determined by examining user AC 0.
Take a continuable stopcode dump using the CI7 stopcode
and continue the monitor. Before doing so, CONFIG asks the
operator for the reason for the snapshot and puts the address
of the resulting string in AC 0. When looking at a dump taken
from a CI7 stopcode, the reason the dump was taken can be
determined by examining user AC 0.
Initiate the process used to suspend system operations and
write a system sleep dump file. this dump file may be later
reloaded with the BOOT /REBOOT switch and the system operation