The Question is:
I am using Decnet (SET HOST) to connect to remote VAX sites. Problem, error
message returned "insufficient system resources at remote node". When this
occurs no one can logon to the VAX even via the console. The only way to solve
the problem is to reboot
the VAX. Can you advise on what could be causing this problem.
The Answer is :
Not surprisingly, you have insufficient system resources at the remote
system. This can be any of various inadequately-configured system
parameters or related problems, but the usual first step at remedying
this involves cleaning out any site-specific tuning not explicitly
recommended by Compaq OpenVMS or by application package vendors, and
re-running the AUTOGEN utility, and rebooting the system. Related
problems include underconfigured paging and swapping files, as well
as underconfigured system hardware (usually physical memory).
From HELP/MESSAGE REMRSRC...
REMRSRC, insufficient system resources at remote node
Facility: SYSTEM, System Services
Explanation: An attempt was made to initiate a network logical link
connection. The remote process encountered a resource
allocation failure while trying to confirm the logical link.
This condition is often temporary.
User Action: If the condition persists and the remote system is an OpenVMS
system, check the relevant SYSGEN parameters and account
quotas on the remote system. If the remote system is not
OpenVMS, refer to that system's documentation about resource
limits for the operating system or networking software. In
either case, you might need to report the condition to the
system manager of the remote system.