Hi,

Is there a way of printing out information about IRIS.DAT file eg. database name?

The reason is that I've "refreshed" TEST system from LIVE system and I'm not sure I've the copied the correct file to the correct place

on the file tree. The file tree structure shows the database that IRIS.DAT represents.

eg. /db/HMF/IRIS.DAT should be the HMF database

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I have the following servers in IRIS mirror set:
Arbiter; isc_agent only
LIVETC01; IRIS DB full install; Primary
LIVETC02; IRIS DB full install; Backup

A couple of days ago IRIS hung.
The application using LIVETC01 DB stopped functioning.

I'm trying to find out the sequence of events leading up to the failure.

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Question
Phillip Wu · Dec 20, 2022
TrakCare iprint

Hi,

I'm trying to configure iprint for trakcare.

My trakcare runs on linux IRIS(SUSE).

iprint is from MicroFocus [previously Novell]

iprint is a print facility that many printers support where there is a virtual queue for each AD user.

You can log onto any iprint printer using your AD credentials and you can access your virtual print queue. You can then physical print from that virtual queue.

Has anyone configured this for their trakcare?
In order to do this I need to:
- map each trakcare user to their equivalent AD user

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Hi,

For a Linux host, has anyone developed an Ansible module that will start a session to IRIS and send commands?

What I am after is something like this:

1. Supply

Username

Password

Commands <- list

Prompt <- from session command

2. Send back the output from the session

If so please advise where I can download the module?

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Hi,

I have installed Visual Studio on my PC and connecting to IRIS on my Linux server.

I have installed the InterSystems extensions.

I click on the InterSystems icon on left->Click on "Choose Server and Namespace" -> Pick my server myTrak.

However I get this error:
request to https://mytrak:52773/api/atelier/ failed,
reason: write EPROTO 18648712:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER:../../third_party/boringssl/src/ssl/tls_record.cc:242:

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Hi,

I want to know how to add a class to IRIS namespace 'USER' using terminal.

How do I do this?

I know you can add this class using Visual Studio Code with the Intersystems extension installed on my PC and connected to an IRIS instance.

Is it possible to do this with terminal? From this prompt:
BASETC:USER>

I have a class like in this example:

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Hi,

I'm often required to copy the database from production to test.

This is to 'refresh' the database on test.

To achieve this I copy all required IRIS.DAT files from production to test.

The nodes are mirrored on production.

The nodes are not mirrored on test.

Each of the database files IRIS.DAT has a mirror attribute.

Is there a way of checking if the mirror attribute is set for the database file? eg. an objectScript program

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