On 04/23/2013 12:04 PM, Wjhonson wrote:
Try a different file, that A) you have just created and B) you know certainly
is not being used.
Same result. Created brand new file from scratch, copied 2000 records
into it and attempted to resize:
:CREATE.FILE JVB.RSZ 1029,1
:SELECT PERSON SAMPLE 2000
:COPY FROM PERSON TO JVB.RSZ
:RESIZE JVB.RSZ 1237,1 CONCURRENT
Resize Concurrent Continue/Restore failed because the RESIZE_CONCURRENT
bit was not set on the file.
Nobody could've been accessing this file other than me. To be clear -
we're not running RFS or replication in our database.
I don't think the "bit" is the issue here. I think that's just a message like
"can't GET the file...."
OK, but I guess I'm confused. I thought that was the whole point of
CONCURRENT - it could resize the file while others were accessing it.
Are you claiming that RESIZE CONCURRENT must (initially) have exclusive
access and then, while resizing, it's OK if others happen to access it?
Jeffrey Butera, PhD
Associate Director for Applications and Web Services
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