[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 90 10:19:34 EDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John R. Delaney)
For obscure reasons, the previous maintainer of our Symbolics machines
created two namespaces, call them M and I. For equally obscure reason, I
want to get rid of namespace I.
I have deleted all I's entries after removing all the links between it and
namespace M, which mostly consisted of aliasing one particular namespace M
host as a namespace I host. Call these host names HOST-M and HOST-I (which
stood for the same 3600). If I edit HOST-M in namespace M, I get no
indication of linkage. If I try to edit HOST-I in namepace I (or M), I am
told it does not exist. But when doing an Add Services to Hosts command
which mentions HOST-M an exception occurs complaining that it cannot find
namespace I. So some shadow of the old linkage persists.
I have also left the empty "I-*" files in the "Namespace" directory for
fear of causing some hand-up if I just delete them.
What should I do to eliminate all trace of namespace I?
Thanks in advance for any and all help,
I'm no expert in this stuff but, having seen no other response, the one
piece of advice I would offer is that you may need to rebuild all of the
worlds at your site in order to accomplish this purge.