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#1 jbmartinez_18



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Posted 04 June 2007 - 04:17 AM

We have a PROIV Evaluation Copy to test our sytem in a new box.

The details of the box are:

OS : Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 (Nahant Update 4) Kernel 2.6.9-42.0.10.ELsmp on an i686
PROIV : v5.5 Rev 5.4.3

Our system uses multistreaming/multi threading for several of our jobs. The problem is when a new PROIV session is created for each thread, the session does not eexecute and eventually will time out.

I looked at the logfiles and all I can see is:

This software is provided solely for the purposes of evaluation. Use
for any other purpose is strictly forbidden without the prior written
permission of PROIV Technology, Inc.

Running in Evaluation Mode.

Please contact your supplier to obtain
a license activation key.

Quote your unique Site id which is 261395

Installation details
Evaluation License for 10 Development users.
These will expire after Sat Jun 9 2007.
Evaluation License for 10 Runtime users.
These will expire after Sat Jun 9 2007.
Evaluation License for 15 Background jobs.
These will expire after Sat Jun 9 2007.
Evaluation License for 10 Distributed Servers.
These will expire after Sat Jun 9 2007.

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I am not sure but my guess is that it is because of the least line where it says that a key needs to be pressed to continue.

1) Just in case this is the reason is there a way to skip this part?
2) If this is not the reason, would anyone know what's keeping our multi threading jobs from running?


#2 Rob Donovan

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Posted 04 June 2007 - 05:24 AM


Really, you should get your license key sorted out.

However, I have had times when I have needed to do this.

Find in your code where it starts up all the 'threads'. IE where it starts 'pro' with a SYSTEM command.

Its probably something like:

#X = SYSTEM('pro PTI SYS &')

Change it to have an echo "" | at the beginning, like this:

#X = SYSTEM('echo "" | pro PTI SYS &')

That should do it for you.

Rob D.

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