|Subject:||Re: netdump and lockdump
|Date:||Tue, 30 May 2017 13:54:24 -0400
|From:||"Steven Green" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
oh well, thanks for trying.. interesting error, technically, cuz it doesn't
have access to the tables.. like you, I was just hoping to match the results
to other related results, to get more info..
doing the equivalent of Tools/Info/Locks in PdoxWIN, I pretty much know what
I was expecting to find in the lock file.. the guy left a gazillion open
tcursors, everywhere.. and a gazillion processes that were just a long
series of queries..
if you google "paradox lock file too large", Delphi and C folks have a long
trail of issues with queries
I just have to fix this, one form at a time.. thanks !!
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"Michael Kennedy" wrote in message
> sent to you on Saturday, but it seems it got blocked cuz of the "dangerous
> attachments" :-)
> I'll attach them here, to see if they go thru
Got the attachments - the email stuff never arrived...
News not good...
No problems creating F:\PDOXNET, etc, but LOCKDUMP (ver 1.3) does not
recognise your LCK file. It always says:
Error: File read error in table block header.
and I tried -W, -D, (Win/DOS), and -R, -T, (Records/Tables), etc.
I also tried LOCKWISE and SHOWDUMP. Similar results.
Sounds like the LCK file is unrecognised by these old utils. Or,
unlikely, that the LCK is corrupt. Or, perhaps I need to set up some
other folders/files, but I can't think of anything else to try.
I searched for the internal structures of the LCK/NET files, and found a
reference to a document: www.thedbcommunity.com/dload/lock.zip, but
that's also "not found". It's probably somewhere else on TheDBCommunity,
but I could not find it (so far!).
Any other suggestions?
> and the TRA file opens in Word, I do that all the time..
Yep - but, for a large TRA file, it's quite messy to match the session
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