BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows (5553 Views)
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danielbraun
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Message 26 of 36 (680 Views)

Re: BRICK - Backup Related Information Collector and Keeper v1.00

Hi Diogo,

 

this all becomes possible in upcoming version wich allows you to use a config file.

 

Best regards

Daniel

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danielbraun
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BRICK - new Version 1.10 Linux/Windows, different browser, DP 8.1

Dear community,

 

today the new version v.1.10 has been released with a lot of new features, including support for different browser, Linux / Windows and DP 8.1

 

Please refer to www.data-protectector.org/wordpress/brick to download the latest version and to get more details.

 

Best regards

Daniel

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hiltonnjr
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Message 28 of 36 (569 Views)

Re: BRICK - new Version 1.10 Linux/Windows, different browser, DP 8.1

 
hi,

I tried using the new version in a cell manager with DP 6.11 but got the following error message: "Cannot find command C:\Program Files\OmniBack\bin\omnidbp4000.exe"
 
What is this error?
 
 
Thanks
 
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danielbraun
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Message 29 of 36 (561 Views)

Re: BRICK - new Version 1.10 Linux/Windows, different browser, DP 8.1

Hi,

 

please watch for update (new version) where the error is fixed.

Will provide a new version within next 2 weeks.

 

Best regards

Daniel

 

BTW: Please consider to upgrade to newer version, as 6.11 is out of support.

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AC_DP
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Re: BRICK - new Version 1.10 Linux/Windows, different browser, DP 8.1

I have recently downloaded and ran several brick reports and it is fantastic.  I am new to DP so this is helping out a lot with documenting etc.  

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danielbraun
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BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows

Dear all,

 

the new version 1.20 supports HP-UX.

 

Best regards

Daniel

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Janacek_Michael
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Message 32 of 36 (281 Views)

Re: BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows

hi,

I tried using the new version in a cell manager with DP 7.03 HP-UX 11.31 MCSG Cluster.

I execute the script with:

 

dehoux0010:/root/brick # ./brick
[HP ARIES32]: Core file for 32-bit PA-RISC application
[HP ARIES32]:   /root/brick/brick saved to /root/brick/core.brick
Memory fault(coredump)

 

What happend?

regards Michael

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danielbraun
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Message 33 of 36 (255 Views)

Re: BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows

Hi Michael,

 

can you please share some more details? Debug, log files, etc.?

 

Best regards

Daniel

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Dennis Handly
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Re: BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows

>can you please share some more details? Debug, log files, etc.?

 

Would a stack trace be helpful too?

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danielbraun
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Message 35 of 36 (199 Views)

Re: BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows

Hi,

 

the trace file would not help for the first reading. If possible recreate the problem using the -debug option and send the generated debug log file.

 

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Daniel

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Dennis Handly
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Re: BRICK - Version 1.20 HP-UX/Linux/Windows

>the trace file would not help for the first reading.

 

Perhaps not for you.  But I'm an expert.  :-)

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