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c.reid

Member Since 29 Nov 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 03 2012 02:18 PM
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In Topic: PROIV 5.5 virtualized, getting data errors

30 November 2012 - 03:47 AM

Confirm that iscr32.exe is working by itself e.g. iscr32.exe -k10 -r1500 myfile.pro
Ensure you path includes the location of the executables

There is another option that works with iscr called -e (empty). you could give that a try.


-e didn't seem to do anything at all. I appreciate all the help, I feel as if there may be nothing I can do to get the database back up and running. the only other thing I was thinking is you mentioned originally that "it looks like your proiv is set to check the files at launch" is there a way I can tell it not too? and hope that it gives me access to some of the data?

In Topic: PROIV 5.5 virtualized, getting data errors

29 November 2012 - 09:36 PM

You have to perform the procedure I documented previously (iskeys, isout, iscr, isin). That 'should' recover the file. Failing that you may need to call PROIV direct, as they can repair bad index's.


ok, i am getting an error during the iscr phase regarding both files. all the steps before and after that you mentioned are working fine though.

running the command "iscr32.exe -k47 -r3000 e:\pro4data\inwrk1.pro" (for the first file) yields an error message of "iscr: error creating e:\pro4data\inwrk1.pro; FS_UNEXPECTED: Unexpected error conditions. [134 - Can not get the request handle pointer]."

any additional magic you may know of that can fix this? i did run the ischk.exe after i did the steps but I still get the exact same error log at login, i assume because of the iscr error i am receiving. i feel so close to fixing this.

In Topic: PROIV 5.5 virtualized, getting data errors

29 November 2012 - 08:51 PM

You have to perform the procedure I documented previously (iskeys, isout, iscr, isin). That 'should' recover the file. Failing that you may need to call PROIV direct, as they can repair bad index's.


Somehow I completely missed that initial post and only saw the second. Thanks so much, I'll try it out and report back.

In Topic: PROIV 5.5 virtualized, getting data errors

29 November 2012 - 05:11 PM

Actually I figured it out. running the command from within the scsbin folder and pointing it at the offenders.

it found the errors in inwrk1.pro and i hit yes on rebuild and it said unable to rebuild :( now what?

In Topic: PROIV 5.5 virtualized, getting data errors

29 November 2012 - 05:06 PM

Reading your post more carefully it appears that the offending files are inwrk1.pro and rspfk3.pro that are located in the PRODATA directory. The procedure to correct these is the same. I would also run the ischk against all the ISAM files to ensure no others are corrupted. i.e. ischk.exe *.pro You can use a -y option and that will force the utility to attempt to auto correct the data.

Regards

Darren


Thanks so much for your reply. Am I running ischk.exe *.pro -y from a command line, or is there a utility within the SCSBIN folder that I should be looking for?