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Pervasive configuration

Pervasive configuration

Pervasive configuration

(OP)
OK, One Netware 6.5 server out of 200 has suddenly decided to use what looks like default pervasive settings instead of reading the modified bti.cfg.
The settings in PCC do not match anything in the bti.cfg file and if I try to change this in PCC I get "Unable to save settings values".
We use a modified a bti.cfg to control the amount of layer 1 cache and the amount of layer2 cache as well as some other bits.  But one server out of 200 suddenly won't load the values in the bti.cfg and won't allow anything to be changed by PCC.
I've never seen this before, any ideas anyone?

RE: Pervasive configuration

(OP)
Never mind, there was a file called bti.lck in sys:system which prevented the server from being able to read the bti.cfg.

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