Any UNIFY users?

Any UNIFY users?

Post by Greg He » Sun, 13 Sep 1992 01:43:50



Are there any UNIFY people out there?  I haven't seen any posts that
give that indication.

We just started using ACCELL/SQL 1.3 on our development machine.  It
turns out you can only run one manager at a time with 1.3 because of a
non-unique error file (called "/tmp/err") created.  So much for high
speed development work!  To top it off you still have to manually
remove the file when done with the manager in order to start one up on
another database.  Our techie there is supposed to call and tell us how
to run everything from the command line to get around the bug ... gee
thanks dude.

Anyone else had this problem and/or know a workaround?

Thanks,

Greg

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Any UNIFY users?

Post by Greg He » Sun, 13 Sep 1992 03:06:59


=> We just started using ACCELL/SQL 1.3 on our development machine.  It
=> turns out you can only run one manager at a time with 1.3 because of a
=> non-unique error file (called "/tmp/err") created.  So much for high
=> speed development work!  To top it off you still have to manually
=> remove the file when done with the manager in order to start one up on
=> another database.  Our techie there is supposed to call and tell us how
=> to run everything from the command line to get around the bug ... gee
=> thanks dude.
=>
=> Anyone else had this problem and/or know a workaround?

Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention...We tried patching the [C]AMGR binaries
(and finally all the others too) everywhere it had "err" in it.  We
figured we would just rename the error file and run several different
versions.  But it was to no avail.

Greg

 
 
 

Any UNIFY users?

Post by Walk » Wed, 16 Sep 1992 03:57:53



>Are there any UNIFY people out there?  I haven't seen any posts that
>give that indication.
>Thanks,
>Greg
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>                    |  Set  your  watch  back  |                 \  /     ~~~
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