RE: UNCLASSIFIED RE: How to safely kill a runaway UniVerse (was unidata) process

2004-03-09 Thread Anthony Youngman
Hmm too :-) I think I've met a greyed out debug once. Can't remember why, though. If you can't use debug, maybe kill process will actually work for you :-) Or maybe W2K3 is more intelligent than what we're using (NT4/UV9.5), and recognises that debug won't work so it won't let you use it :-(

RE: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread Adrian . Womack
I could share the code - but it is specifically for the TeemTalk emulator. The program simply prints an escape sequence which causes TeemTalk to run a script. The escape sequence is followed by an argument which contains the required title for the window (in this case @WHO). The Teemtalk script

RE: U2 hardware conversion inquiry

2004-03-09 Thread Stephen O'Neal
Tom, A very short assessment... The migration will be relatively straight forward and not complex at all. Since you are doing a push migration to a new system, your fall back plan is to go back to your original system should you have problems. (In place migrations are much more complex and

RE: UniVerse on NT vs *nix - Higher User Counts with W2003?

2004-03-09 Thread Stephen O'Neal
Yes, currently, most W2000 installations max out at about 300 users. We may be at a point of transition. The old ceiling of around 300 users on W2000 may increase to a higher threshold with W2003. Initial tests (although limited) on W2003 point to some of the inherent bottlenecks may be

Re: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread stuart . astley
This basic code works in Uv 10.0.8: ASSIGN 1 TO SYSTEM(4001) ASSIGN @WHO TO SYSTEM(4002) Stuart Astley GeoPost UK IT - Original Message - From: Barry Brevik [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Monday, March 8, 2004 7:42 pm Subject: [UV] Change prompt? OK, I know about UVPROMPT, but it will

RE: UniVerse on NT vs *nix - Higher User Counts with W2003?

2004-03-09 Thread Kirkham, Simon
Now I'm worried... We've got a 300 user enterprise installation runnning on win2k (enterprise), and the user count regularly goes well over 300 (388 right now). What symptoms of hitting the around 300 user ceiling might I see? For info, hardware is an 8xcpu dell box, 2Gb ram, 80gb external

another try - DELETE uv data from SQL Server via oleDB

2004-03-09 Thread gerry simpson
ok - so i'll take another 2 tracks with this one. with universe set up in SQL Server as a linked database using unioledb : 1. how do we DELETE from a uv table ? DELETE FROM [LINKEDUVDB]...[TAB1] WHERE [FLD1] = 'SOMEVAL' DELETE FROM [LINKEDUVDB]...[TAB1] SELECT [EMAIL PROTECTED] FROM

Re: SQL Server , UniOLEDB subtables

2004-03-09 Thread gerry simpson
Thanks David the docs 'explain' how to enable server side uci logging via the UVHOME/serverdebug file this file doesn not currently exist and no format beyond 'column' values is given. do you know what the format of this file is ? what delimits a column , space , comma , tab , colon ? i've

Re: UNCLASSIFIED RE: How to safely kill a runaway UniVerse (was unida ta) process

2004-03-09 Thread Leroy Dreyfuss
Actually, at release 10+, it should be successful via Windows Task Manager's kill option. UV 10 and higher use detached processes by default, and KeepAlive (for tl_server processes) was added as well. If it really becomes necessary to kill a process that for some reason has ignored its

RE: UniVerse on NT vs *nix - Higher User Counts with W2003?

2004-03-09 Thread Stephen O'Neal
Simon, No worries for your site. The limit is not a hard and fast limit. It truly is application dependant. Like all systems, the limit would manifest itself as: 1) all of the CPU is utilized 2) the system is disk bound 3) when the system has available resources and yet does not use them.

UV - is there a coldstart equivalent

2004-03-09 Thread Troy Buss (Logitek Systems)
In D3 there is a coldstart process that runs when the database is started which is useful from an applications stand point by clearing status files, starting application phantoms and general cleanup. There does not seem to be an equivalent mechanism in Universe. What have people done to provide

RE: UniVerse on NT vs *nix - Higher User Counts with W2003?

2004-03-09 Thread Tom Firl
Simon, I know of at least one site running over 500 users on a W2K box, though I tend to think this is exceptionally high. Given the architecture and limitations of Windows, making any assurance for scalability inside the box WITHOUT TESTING is difficult when you get above 300 users. Tom

RE: UV - is there a coldstart equivalent

2004-03-09 Thread David Scoggins
-Original Message- From: Troy Buss (Logitek Systems) [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: UV - is there a coldstart equivalent In D3 there is a coldstart process that runs when the database is started which is useful from an applications stand point by clearing status files, starting

RE: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread Barry Brevik
Because we use wIntegrate, I settled (at least for now) on a BASIC program in each account's LOGIN PA (see program below) which changes the window title. The only drawback is when you LOGTO another account that does not have the magic LOGIN paragraph, the window title does not change. If only you

Re: UV - is there a coldstart equivalent

2004-03-09 Thread Donald Kibbey
On a Unix based system you can use the cron facilities to perform periodic mantenance and the startup script to perform onetime chores when the UniVerse daemons are first started. The same thing can be done under Windoze by using either the builtin scheduler or a cron substitute. Replacing

RE: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread Pingilley, Ron
Barry, How about copying the LOGTO verb to UV.LOGTO, then making a program called LOGTO to do what you want with the title bar. Your program would read the command line parameter to get the new account name, then execute/perform UV.LOGTO . Maybe stuff Unknown Account into the title

ANTs

2004-03-09 Thread Brutzman, Bill
Any comments on www.AntsSoftware.com ? They contend to be the fastest database. --Bill -- u2-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.oliver.com/mailman/listinfo/u2-users

RE: UV - is there a coldstart equivalent

2004-03-09 Thread Tom Firl
Universe does not have a coldstart process within the database environment. The .rc scripts on UNIX have been mentioned. On Windows, the Resource Kit has a service that can be installed called AUTOEXNT.EXE. The AUTOEXNT Service allows you to start a custom batch file -- AUTOEXNT.BAT -- when

RE: UV - is there a coldstart equivalent

2004-03-09 Thread Barry Rogen
We are running UniVerse on an HP-UX box. When we want to perform certain functions during the restart, we either tie it into UniVerse's uv.rc or we run it from Unix within all the 'init' processes. Barry Rogen Senior Programmer PNY Technologies (973) 515 - 9700 ext 5327 [EMAIL

UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread Brutzman, Bill
We need to buy a new server. Perhaps we should chill for a few months... I gather that HP-Ux runs on Itanium now. What is IBM's timetable for rolling out Itanium servers with AIX? When is UV targeted to run on Itanium? --Bill -- u2-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Can ya run UV 10.x 3 user system on Win XP Pro box?

2004-03-09 Thread Joe Walter
Got a small company that would like to get going with a Universe based app, but doesn't want to invest in a full blown Win3K server with local domain user/security, blah, blah. Wondering if we could get away with using a Win XP Pro box as the 'server'. I understand the WinXP Pro box would have

Re: How to safely kill a runaway UniVerse (was unidata) process (HENDERSON MICHAEL MR)

2004-03-09 Thread Karl-Heinz Winter
Hello Mike, I had a similar problem with UV 10.0.10/W2k. Sometimes a user had been disconnected and the user process-id was still present and the license wasnt`t cleared. It was not possible, to kill the process with the task-manager. Under the UV 10.xx bin directory there is a tool

Re: Can ya run UV 10.x 3 user system on Win XP Pro box?

2004-03-09 Thread Matthew Bettinger
On Tue, 9 Mar 2004 14:15:18 -0500 Joe Walter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wondering if we could get away with using a Win XP Pro box as the 'server'. I understand the WinXP Pro box would have to have NTFS file system - but I think that's possible or is available as an option on XP Pro? Not

Re: Can ya run UV 10.x 3 user system on Win XP Pro box?

2004-03-09 Thread Results
Joe, I run UniVerse, UniData, UniVision, jBASE, Revelation, and Reality on XP Pro. They all work (not all at once, mind you) but I'm not putting the under heavy load, under multi-user mode, or under network stress. So all I can confirm is that it will install and that it runs as a single

RE: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread Ray Wurlod
Or you could hassle IBM to add PI/open's COMMAND.EDITOR to UniVerse. -- u2-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.oliver.com/mailman/listinfo/u2-users

Re: UniVerse on NT vs *nix

2004-03-09 Thread Sara Burns
The general thinking is that it must be more effective to only have one operating system. Less staff training etc etc etc. As there is so much that is NT based they think that all should be on NT. That includes UniVerse and Oracle. Of course SQLServer doesn't have the choice. The fact that

[ADMIN] MOST IMPORTANT (Fwd: ENC: Notify about your e-mail account utilization.)

2004-03-09 Thread Moderator
ALERT! It appears that someone on the list got infected with a virus. One of these beasties goes through the infected Microsoft address book and starts faking these admin messages to the other addresses in the book. THESE MESSAGES ARE NOT COMING FROM ANYONE AT OLIVER.COM -- Regards, Clif

Re: UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread John Hester
Brutzman, Bill wrote: We need to buy a new server. Perhaps we should chill for a few months... I gather that HP-Ux runs on Itanium now. What is IBM's timetable for rolling out Itanium servers with AIX? When is UV targeted to run on Itanium? --Bill I beleive you can run UV on Itanium now if

RE: UNCLASSIFIED RE: How to safely kill a runaway UniVerse (was u nidata) process

2004-03-09 Thread HENDERSON MICHAEL MR
Sorry LeRoy, I have confused you! I don't have any problem killing a UniVerse task, I prefer to try this sequence LOGOUT pid, then ...\uv\bin\kill pid, a couple of times - almost always works, then ...\uv\bin\kill -2 pid, then ...\uv\bin\kill -9 pid, then ONLY AS

RE: UV - is there a coldstart equivalent

2004-03-09 Thread Troy Buss (Logitek Systems)
Interesting observation... I stopped and restarted universe and the value remained unchanged in the performance monitor. So this system(3001) counter theory is not going to work anyway. I've gone down the path of using a basic lock test (one of the 64 BASIC locks) instead. This method also

Re: UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread Glenn Herbert
So does this mean it's still a 32-bit app that now runs on RH itanium? Or does this mean its a real 64-bit app At 03:17 PM 03/09/2004, you wrote: Brutzman, Bill wrote: We need to buy a new server. Perhaps we should chill for a few months... I gather that HP-Ux runs on Itanium now. What

Re: [ADMIN] MOST IMPORTANT (Fwd: ENC: Notify about your e-mail account utilization.)

2004-03-09 Thread Results
Moderator, Outlook is the platform of choice for viruses. :/ Sorry to hear that you got stung. - Charles Used Outlook once but didn't inhale Barouch [EMAIL PROTECTED] Moderator wrote: ALERT! It appears that someone on the list got infected with a virus. One of these beasties goes

Re: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread Clifton Oliver
It is already there at release 10. -- Regards, Clif ~~~ W. Clifton Oliver, CCP CLIFTON OLIVER ASSOCIATES Tel: +1 619 460 5678Web: www.oliver.com ~~~ Ray Wurlod wrote: Or you could hassle IBM to add PI/open's

Re: Can ya run UV 10.x 3 user system on Win XP Pro box?

2004-03-09 Thread Clifton Oliver
License? Last time I checked (and it has been a while, so I stand open for correction), you needed a connection license for each incoming connection to a box being used as a server. -- Regards, Clif Matthew Bettinger wrote: Dang. If you are going to get that cheap about it (don't get me

Re: UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread John Hester
Glenn Herbert wrote: So does this mean it's still a 32-bit app that now runs on RH itanium? Or does this mean its a real 64-bit app At 03:17 PM 03/09/2004, you wrote: I'm sure UV is still a 32-bit app. I doubt there's currently enough interest in a 64-bit version of UV for IBM to invest

Re: UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread Glenn Herbert
Thanks much for the info. At 04:09 PM 03/09/2004, you wrote: Glenn Herbert wrote: So does this mean it's still a 32-bit app that now runs on RH itanium? Or does this mean its a real 64-bit app At 03:17 PM 03/09/2004, you wrote: I'm sure UV is still a 32-bit app. I doubt there's currently

Re: UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread Wally Terhune
Glenn: I'm curious. Do you have a 64-bit port of DataStage on Itanium (or any other 64-bit platform) at this time? Thanks Wally Terhune Manager - U2 Advanced Technical Services IBM Data Management Solutions Tel: 303.294.4866 Fax: 303.294.4832 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

UniVerse PE ODBC on Same PC

2004-03-09 Thread Kryka, Richard
Last week I downloaded UniVerse PE and installed it on a Windows 2000 PC. This computer is to be stand-alone, with no network connection. Everything seems fine except when using ODBC on that same machine. The Test in the UniVerse ODBC Configuration Editor takes forever (1minute 20 seconds).

UNCLASSIFIED RE: UV on Itanium

2004-03-09 Thread HENDERSON MICHAEL MR
Bill, In my entirely unqualified opinion, I think IBM would be absolutely mad to spend any time or money on an Itanium port. The Itanic looks sure to be consigned to the trash-heap of history fairly quickly now that Intel have admitted defeat and adopted the AMD64 instruction set. I'd sit tight

Re: UniVerse on NT vs *nix

2004-03-09 Thread John Hester
Sara Burns wrote: The general thinking is that it must be more effective to only have one operating system. Less staff training etc etc etc. As there is so much that is NT based they think that all should be on NT. That includes UniVerse and Oracle. Of course SQLServer doesn't have the choice.

RE: Can ya run UV 10.x 3 user system on Win XP Pro box?

2004-03-09 Thread Ross Ferris
I know the free 2 user eval runs under XP-PRO, so I don't believe you would have any problems Ross Ferris Stamina Software Visage an Evolution in Software Development -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Joe Walter Sent: Wednesday, 10 March

Re: UniVerse on NT vs *nix

2004-03-09 Thread Results
Sara, As a professional trainer, I can assure you that the cost of training staff in a second O/S is smaller than the cost of lost productivity corporate-wide. Tell them that they are moving from known stability to an unknown. Even if it works, they are facing weeks or months of settling in

RE: Can ya run UV 10.x 3 user system on Win XP Pro box?

2004-03-09 Thread John Jenkins
Microsoft workstation products have a maximum of 10 external (incoming) TCP/IP connections Workstation products are Win Nt 4 Workstation Win 2K Workstation Win XP So - as long as you will never - ever - have more than 10 external IP's connection you can load an XP system - remember though that

RE: [UV] Change prompt?

2004-03-09 Thread Adrian . Womack
Ray Wurlod wrote: Or you could hassle IBM to add PI/open's COMMAND.EDITOR to UniVerse. Clifton Oliver wrote: It is already there at release 10. Yes, but full of bugs and basically unusable. AdrianW Disclaimer. This e-mail is private and confidential. If you are not the intended recipient,

Re: (Fwd: ENC: Notify about your e-mail account utilization.)

2004-03-09 Thread Moderator
Just to clarify, I didn't get stung per se. The datastage list got hit by a user who got stung. Even when I user Windows, I don't use outlook. I use Thunderbird and Firebird (now Firefox) from the Mozilla Project. Much faster, more stable, and less of these kinds of issues than MS Outhouse and

Re: Two ways to acquire the U2 Tech Support Survival Kit CD

2004-03-09 Thread mkmullane
(NOTE - That this info is for Australian residents ONLY.) According to IBM, you call IBM Software Tech Support on 131426 follow the prompts. (I am assuming that you need to be an owner of a valid U2 licence of some sort, as I haven't called them yet.) MARY MULLANE -- u2-users mailing list

[UV] Would anyone be interested in UV based bible software?

2004-03-09 Thread Glenn W. Paschal
I am working on a bible application for my personal use. If anyone else would be interested in this type application, let me know. I would welcome the inputs and ideas on what it should be capable of. Thanks, Glenn W. Paschal PasTech LLC Computer Consulting ph. (931) 526-9631 fx. (931)

Re: [UV] Would anyone be interested in UV based bible software?

2004-03-09 Thread Mark Johnson
Aren't there bible applications already written. I don't know of them but i've heard of them as they can quickly cross reference passages and named references. - Original Message - From: Glenn W. Paschal [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2004 11:03 PM

RE: [UV] Would anyone be interested in UV based bible software?

2004-03-09 Thread Dawn M. Wolthuis
Nick Hengeveld wrote a program called the Bible Gateway while he was working for me at Calvin College -- I'm guessing more than a decade ago. I believe it is still maintained at www.gospelcom.net (it is not mv-based). I didn't check before passing along this URL but take a look and I suspect it

RE: UniVerse on NT vs *nix - Higher User Counts with W2003?

2004-03-09 Thread Steven M Wagner
Stephen M. O'Neal, CDP said that ...currently, most W2000 installations max out at about 300 users. I wonder how often sites that plan for higher user counts go with a *nix solution to start with? For what it is worth, I had 200 UV9.6.2.8 users on a WinNT 4.0 box. And this was with a Compaq

RE: SQL Server , UniOLEDB subtables

2004-03-09 Thread Hona, David S
Gerry, Enter the values stated, separated by spaces, I believe. We're not having problems with our UCI connections, so have never needed to debug them. It's a new feature, so perhaps it doesn't actually work as documented! Regards David -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]