If you have 22222222 access you could SEE which disk is the
loadsource, just go to the rackconfig and it will be marked with *
> From there, take the serial number and just take each disk.
To aid in your hacking, stop all parity protection (one less abstraction layer).
And good luck i doubt the users/pass are stored in plaintext.
You could also dump an op21 and look at the lic code part...
Keep us posted, i'm curious about this.
On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 8:12 AM, DrFranken<midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Well I can tell you it's the top cage, left disk unit, ALMOST certainly.
> It's possible that it's the 2nd disk from the left.
> Now on this quest to find the DST Password with a disk editor...... Yeah
> good luck with that.
> I believe they are encrypted, and worse in EBCDIC so noodling for
> recognizable stuff will be hard.
> Why don't you run CHGDSTPWD and reset the QSECOFR DST profile that way?
> - Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
> On 4/12/2012 6:44 AM, Jim Donoghue wrote:
>> I have this old 9406-720. It has five drives in the cage on the top left> --
>> side (below the control panel), and two in the cage below it. How do I find
>> out which is the load source? I can only access DST with the '22222222'
>> user ID. I need to find the load source device so I can poke into it with a
>> disk editor and hopefully find where the DST passwords are stored.