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RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage

 
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smsc_1
Regular Advisor

Re: RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage


OPS! Reading just now message from hoff...
I tried -V but .RBF goes always corrupt!!!

Using: zip -V db.zip db.rbf
./ Lucas
smsc_1
Regular Advisor

Re: RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage

Guys! The "" did the trick.
A zip and unzip, on the VMS system, are now possible and result in a running database.

Thanks
./ Lucas
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Hoff
Honored Contributor

Re: RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage

Quote it. The zip "-V" retains metadata. The quoting of the "-V" switch is necessary when you're set to traditional parsing within DCL. This when the DCL process parsing style is set to SET PROCESS /PARSE = TRADITIONAL or when you're operating on an older release, or when you're operating with the default DCL parsing on recent releases.
smsc_1
Regular Advisor

Re: RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage


Ok, closing the post and give points to all people who help me!
./ Lucas
smsc_1
Regular Advisor

Re: RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage


Closing thread!
./ Lucas
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: RBF backup image goes corrupt afer bzip usage

> [...] "-V" quoting is necessary when [...]

As the (Zip 3.0 or UnZip 6.0) "-h" help says,

[...]
(Must quote upper-case options, like "-V", unless SET PROC/PARSE=EXTEND)

(In older versions, the upper-case options
were shown with quotation marks.)