Re: /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd posting problem for oracle upgradation (268 Views)
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Sunny Jaisinghani
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Registered: ‎01-03-2007
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/opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd posting problem for oracle upgradation

Hi all,

I recently installed HP aC++ compiler evaluation version on HP 9000 series 11iv1.

This was required for upgrading oracle

copied the licence file at /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd

exported the variables ST_CODEWORD and TIMEBOMB_CWD

after exporting they were pointing to

ST_CODEWORD=/opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd
TIMEBOMB_CWD=/opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd

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when the oracle person started with the upgradation they got the following error

cc +DS2.0 +DA2.0W -c ntcontab.c ;\
rm -f /oracle/IC4/102_64/lib/ntcontab.o ;\
mv ntcontab.o /oracle/IC4/102_64/lib/ ;\
ar rv /oracle/IC4/102_64/lib/libn10.a /oracle/IC4/102_64/lib/ntcontab.o ; fi)
cc: 487: warning : Possibly incorrect message catalog.
Internal Error: Corrupted codeword in file /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd.
Stop.
*** Error exit code 1


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It says that the licence file is corrupted. I have checked for any special character that might have slipped in; but the file looks perfect. it contains only 26 characters.


The permissions for the aCC.cwd file are

-rw-r--r-- 1 root sys 27 Nov 22 18:49 aCC.cwd

can anybody suggest how to get rid of this problem.

Thanks in advance
Sunny
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Johnson Punniyalingam
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Re: /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd posting problem for oracle upgradation

found under --> HP Documentation
You need to copy the license file as follows

/opt/ansic/newconfig/ansic.cwd

as well as

/etc/opt/softbench/lib/softbench.cwd
/opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd

even though they are the same file,i just renamed it. worked,
I thought you might be interested to hear about my experience
with installing codeword protected HP-UX SW
Problems are common to all, but attitude makes the difference
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Dennis Handly
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Re: /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd posting problem for oracle upgradation

>This was required for upgrading oracle

Why? Where does it say this?
The bundled C compiler will install oracle.

>can anybody suggest how to get rid of this problem.

Remove the EVAL compiler and then install oracle.

Also check this link:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1290786
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Sunny Jaisinghani
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Re: /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd posting problem for oracle upgradation

Hi Denis,

here is some background of the task i am doing.

the oracle team asked me to install some patches(aC++ upgrade patches) since the oracle upgrade probed them to.

when i tried to install those patches(ACXX.ACXX,fr=C.03.63) it gave me an error. It said that i need to have the base filesets (ACXX.ACXX,fr=C.03.60)before installing the patch.

so i checked on software.hp and installed the C.03.85 trial version.

since this was the higher version than what was required i asked oracle team to ignore the patch requirement message which comes up during oracle upgradation .

However, this is not helping them.

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i have copied the aCC.cwd file as ansic.cwd and softbench.cwd on desired locations.

will ask the oracle team to try upgrading first thing in the morning.

will keep you updated.

Thanks
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Dennis Handly
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Re: /opt/aCC/newconfig/aCC.cwd posting problem for oracle upgradation

>the oracle team asked me to install some patches (aC++ upgrade patches) since the oracle upgrade probed them to.

If you don't have the aC++ compiler, you should just ignore that.

>i asked oracle team to ignore the patch requirement message which comes up during oracle upgrade.

This is the correct response. Don't install the EVAL compiler and ignore Oracle's patch suggestions in regard to aC++.
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