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Getting ClipID list remotely.

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We want to obtain a list of all clipIDs stored in a centera cluster.

The issue we are facing is that we don’t have access to a workstation (windows) in customer network to obtain clipID list using JCASSCRIPT.

Is there any tool that can be run in a centera node in order to obtain a list of all clipIDs stored?

Thanks a lot

Julio

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Re: Getting ClipID list remotely.

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Hi jcasscript is normally loaded up on the nodes so if you can get access to a node you can run it from there.

However normally access to nodes is for service personnel only so I would recommend you continue to try and find a workstation external to the cluster to run this.


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Re: Getting ClipID list remotely.

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Hi jcasscript is normally loaded up on the nodes so if you can get access to a node you can run it from there.

However normally access to nodes is for service personnel only so I would recommend you continue to try and find a workstation external to the cluster to run this.


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Re: Getting ClipID list remotely.

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Hi Paul

Is there any other alternative to obtain a cliplist from centera?

Is there any other tool (Centera node or windows based) in place?

We are struggling with JCASScript and JAVA version.

Looks like only 32bit java supported.

Also we have issues when two different java version (32bits and 64bits are installed)

We have access to a windows2008 server to do listing where there is a 64bits java version installed. We are not able to change java because it is production server where other monitoring tools are used and we don’t know how they are going to be affected.

Any idea how we can get through this barrier?

Thanks a lot again.

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Re: Getting ClipID list remotely.

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Hi there apart from writing a utility to do it jcasscript is the best

jcasscript.jar itself is neither 32bit or 64 bit itself.

The download of it normally comes bundled with the 32bit Centera SDK Dlls and if you run the a 64bit java it will barf if it finds the 32bit DLLs in its path.

You could try using the -D32 flag on the java command line or make sure that the only Centera SDK that can be found is the 64 bit one

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