Just wondering what others are using for job archiving?
We've been using Retrospect and DAT tapes for years and it is generally
very good. We move jobs that are ready to be archived to a common
"Archive" folder. It takes a minimal of operator time, perhaps an
hour every week or two to organize 10-20 Gigs for archiving. Then
several hours of actual writing to tape. Retrospect catalogues each
file as it writes it, so if the backup gets interupted in order to pull
back another job, it can easily be restarted and it knows where it left
off. Occasionally the drive needs to be replace...Archiving Question
I am writing a gui application using JBuilder 6 (and SDK 1.4). When I ran
my application from JBuilder (or from the command line using javac) my
application runs without a glitch. However, it creates a jar file (archive)
which I created using JBuilder's archiving wizard. When I ran the archive I
got the following message.
[phbarna@peanuts S2C]$ java -jar S2C4.jar
Unexpected Signal : 11 occurred at PC=0x4037246E
Current Java thread:
I think some lisp hacker can give me some opinion about a
telecommuting job. (Sofware engineer).
At the end of the requirement they make a challenge:
In your favorite programming language, write a program to read a
muliple line text file and write the N longest lines to a new file.
Where N and the file to be read are specified on the command line.
This is my proposed solution:
(progn (if (= 1 1) (list 'this 'make 'me 'suspicious) (list 'what
'do 'you 'think))
'(list 'bye (or 'wisdom-for-all 'google-group)))
I have two redo log members for each group (each member on a separate
disk say disk 1 and disk 2). The archive_dest is on disk 3.
How does the archiver decide from which member to archive from (disk 1
Does it user a round robin method - disk 1 , disk2 , disk 1...
> I have two redo log members for each group (each member on a separate
> disk say disk 1 and disk 2). The archive_dest is on disk 3.
> How does the archiver decide from which member to archive from (disk 1
> or disk2)?
> Does it user a roun...Question about programming jobs.
I do not know if this question might sound out of place here but I
really need help and I think in here I can
find answers to my situation.I am doing an associate degree in
programming, and my question is if is enough to find a job in the IT
field with this qualification, or if I would be better off doing a
bachelor in computer sciences, because each time I do a job search I
almost always find that the requirement is a bachelor degree, and
knowledge in different programming languages,and: html, css,xlm, linux,
etc. Do you think I am right when I think that it is better to finish
the ...question about flash archives
Could someone tell me if you have a flash archive, is it possible
somehow to extract individual files from it, like tar or is this not
> Could someone tell me if you have a flash archive, is it possible
> somehow to extract individual files from it, like tar or is this not
> possible? thanks.
Yes. As default 'flar create' uses cpio. You can split the archive with
'flat split' to header files and the cpio archive. Then you can extract
...a cron job question
I am puzzled by cron job. I have a Java JUnit test. The code executes
this command "java -jar my.jar". (my.jar is an executable JAR file).
If not run by cron, just at the terminal, "ant test" will run
successfully. However, if I put it into a cron, the test started
successfully and hanged there forever. I suspect when running in cron,
not enough heap memory, so I changed the command inside the Java code
to be "java -Xmx1000m -jar my.jar". The problem remained.
If running on another different linux machine, the cron job succeeded.
The two linux machines are ...photo archiving question
I am in the process of scanning a large number of old photos. To save time
I've scanned multiple photos at once creating a large image containing 6 or
7 small photographs. Now that I have all the photos scanned I need to cut
each one out of the larger image. I'm looking for a faster way to accomplish
this. I'd like to create a script/macro that would help save time. After
outlining the smaller photos I would like it to cut the image out and paste
it into its own file. I can do this manually but it would be very labor
Can anyone help with this problem?
sananto...Job interview questions
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