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  • Comment:

    I use * X for linuX aiX uniX solaris and similar real OS.

    on Win* you just have to click on start caché in the cube

    Comment to the post "I would like to use the CACHÉ terminal" by Robert Cemper, 4 days ago


  • Comment:

    BTW you can see the Content of Journal also from System Mgmt Portal 

    Comment to the post "How to transform journal into complete plain text" by Robert Cemper, 4 days ago


  • Answer:

    In namespace %SYS there is the utility JRNDUMP that you may take as template from terminal run DO ^JRNDUMP and see the content It is 800 lines hardcore COS. I wouldn't recommend it as you might not get what you are looking for if you aren't a ...

    Answer to the post "How to transform journal into complete plain text" by Robert Cemper, 4 days ago


  • Comment:

    What does X refer to? windows 10?

    I installed CACHÉ on windows 10, but I have a cube.

    Comment to the post "I would like to use the CACHÉ terminal" by akio tanaka, 4 days ago


  • Comment:

    Sorry Kevin,
    I concentrated on CPIPE.

    my code was Written for a FOR p=1:1:254 loop to find unused IP addresses in a specific subnet.

    in your case, ping might be something like  set ping= "ipconfig...

    Comment to the post "fetch ip address of cache installation" by Robert Cemper, 4 days ago


  • Answer:

    if it's grey your local instance on Windows is not started. There is no cube on *X as far as I know ...

    Answer to the post "I would like to use the CACHÉ terminal" by Robert Cemper, 4 days ago


  • Answer:

    if installed without security it is sys or SYS depending on version ...

    Answer to the post "About CACHÉ's logon password" by Robert Cemper, 4 days ago


  • Answer:

    Hi Akio. Generally speaking, the password for the "_SYSTEM" account is set by the user during the install process, so I don't think there will be a default. ...

    Answer to the post "About CACHÉ's logon password" by Julian Matthews, 4 days ago


  • Question: I would like to use the CACHÉ terminal

    Caché I installed the evaluation version of CACHÉ. There is a CACHÉ launcher (gray), If you click it you can not select the terminal. What is the cause of this? First, set the preferred connection server · Server name IP address · Port: 1972 Telnet port: ...

    Post by akio tanaka 4 days ago


  • Comment:

    Thanks Mark,

    I will validate this with my Backup team and will update here with the results.

    Regards,
    Ashish

    Comment to the post "Taking Cache DB (1.5TB) backup using Veritas Netbackup 8.1" by Ashish Gupta, 4 days ago