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    I am rebuilding a customer's ABF application using Ingres 2006 (Ingres 2006 AIX Version II 9.0.4 (r64.us5/105) to be exact). The build is taking forrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrever. It seems to be hanging right in the C compiler when compiling certain frames (but only certain frames), so it is nothing to do with the DBMS. When it hangs, it hangs for five minutes or so, after which it proceeds normally to the next frame (where it may or may not hang again). If I compile the same frame individually in ABF it goes in the blink of an eye. Familiar to anyone? Roy

[Info-Ingres] FW: [IngresVIP] Ingres Technical Webinar Series - Time to Update your old applications?? Ingres Alchemy can help

Postby Paul White » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 09:38:46 GMT

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This looks interesting.



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Time to Update your old Applications - Ingres Alchemy can help
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September 09, 2009

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With Ingres Alchemy your existing Ingres systems can not only be given a
facelift, they can also be mobile enabled, web enabled, web service
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if you are thinking about either upgrading or replacing your
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Hi Marty,

Trust you have rcvd the /etc/group file.

Regards,
Saravanan.K





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Hi k.saravanan
> No file name groups in /bin directory.

                 Just send your file /etc/group then

 after shutting down the ingres,
> no files found in $II_SYSTEM/ingres/files/memory

                 Good!

 ipcs does not show
> any ingres owned file.. ipcrm command output below ... 

                 Thats also good. The ipcrm commands I gave you were an 
example based on the prior output you sent. They aren't needed if the 
ipcs is clean.
> 
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