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Re: usercode on linux
On Sun, 28 Mar 1999, R. Jefferson Porter wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was able to build and test the usercode on linux
> that is essentially equivalent to the sii code. That
> is, it does not touch the data. To do this final part
> requires compiling the specific hijing DB stuff which, for
> now, didn't work. The only Objectivity use in this code
> then is the transaction handling (talking to the
> lockserver running on solaris).
> This code is,
> & takes the same arguments as the MinimalQuery code.
> Only, the "notouch" options is always ON and there is
> no option of putting in an "idle" time to mimick
> actual analysis.
> I put a script to setup the environment,
> Then just,
> runqb -c <configfile> -q <querystring> -s <components>
It ran ok, but the objy lock server was down, so we were unable to run it
properly. The same applies to the cache manager (it also needs the lock
server). So we are unable to do a overnight run.