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tscom300.out HP-UX vs. Solaris

tscom300.out HP-UX vs. Solaris

tscom300.out HP-UX vs. Solaris


Ok, so I have batch runs that have been rigged to run with shell scripts. Using 5.2. iway server (works with older EDA)

In HP-UX 11i I have several (hundred) where the basic m.o. is:

exec /ibi/srv52/home/bin/tscom300.out
-f "/focus/test"

EX test.fex

so the batch run is like 4 dominoes *.sh =>*.t3i =>*.fex and output goes to =>*.t3o . Thus the edatemp files are where they have been assigned to in my configurations and when the server disconnects the temp files disappear etc.


I have *identical* server installation on a Solaris 8, where the shell gives me an error:

r1edaenv: r1cfgini: cannot read config file

Which is just *what* config it is trying to read?

OK, I can get the Solaris to run the identical shell with:

exec /data/ibi/srv52/wfs/bin/edastart -f "/focus/test",

But then the edatemp is the directory where it starts - *all* the hold files etc. are left in the directory, and when the program exits they are left there.

So my question is twofold:
Q1: - If I can, how can I get the tscom300.out option to work on Solaris 8?
Q2: - If I can't get the tscom300.out to work, where do I need to reconfigure the edatemp pointer for edastart, so as to get it work ing and exiting without leaving stuff 'hanging' on the disk?

I'm having a deadline and the Solaris in on DB2 I am having trouble with so my brain is fried with this - it might be just one simple thing but I am just running in circles. Any pointers & tips appreciated.

Hank W.

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