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Xyplex Reboot Problem

Xyplex Reboot Problem

Xyplex Reboot Problem

One of the key features for us using the Xyplex 1600 is it's noloss option. So when you use it to console into another machine you get all of the recent error messages/output.

Now i have noticed a bizzare thing. To have noloss i have to enable modem control, and when modem contorl is enabled i lose connection from the machine on a reboot. Also get some generally strange behaviour. Like if i issue an init 6 on a machine , close the session to it and then reopen the session later after the machine has finished booting i lose all of the noloss output and have to issue a break in order to get a login prompt. If i however reconnect the session during a bootup it kicks me when the os loads, and noloss works just fine when i reconnect again after bootup showing me the last several lines of output from the server. Do any of you know what is going on, and maybe how to correct this behaviour?

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