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Re: Trouble getting rrrchive to run



The thing is we have 7.6.4 on one side and 9.1.4 on the other side. Problem?

On May 2, 2018, at 2:48 PM, Kevin M Candelaria <Kevin@temple.edu> wrote:

It's definitely compatible with 9.x
I just did a 9.1.00 to 9.1.04 transfer and my config looks like this. Worked perfectly fine.

 

 

source_server   =  
source_tcp      = 2020
source_user     =  
source_password =  
target_server   =  
target_tcp      = 2020
target_user     =  
target_password =  
target_disabledeletefltr = YES 
target_disablemergefltr  = YES
target_disableaudit   = YES
target_clearallrecords  = YES
multipleforms   =   HPD:Template, \
  HPD:Template Associations, \
  HPD:TemplateCustMapping, \
  HPD:TemplateSPGAssoc, \
splitsearch     = YES
transfertype    = SYNCIFNEWER
logfile         = AUTO
progressbar     = YES

    
 

From: ARSList <arslist-bounces@arslist.org> on behalf of Thomas Miskiewicz <tmiskiew@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 6:16 AM
To: arslist@arslist.org
Subject: Trouble getting rrrchive to run
 
Hi Listers,

I'm trying to use rrrchive tool (https://rrr.se/cgi/index?pg=chive-doc) to migrate data from Remedy 7.6.4 to Remedy 9.1.

Here's my config file:
rrrchive.cfg
source_server   = sourceservername
source_tcp      = 1100
source_user     = myusername
source_password = PROMPT
source_form     = MyTestForm
target_server   = targetservername
target_tcp      = 1400
target_user     = myusername
target_password = PROMPT
target_form     = MyTestForm
splitsearch     = YES
transfertype    = SYNCTOTARGET
logfile         = AUTO
loglevel        = DEBUG
progressbar     = YES

and here's my log:
rrrchive.log
  1 rrrchive: 2018-05-02 11:51:50, type=APP, level=NOTICE, file=rrrchive.cpp, line=5076
  2 Program Start: configfile=rrrchive.cfg
  3 rrrchive: 2018-05-02 11:51:50, type=ARS, level=DEBUG, file=rrrchive.cpp, line=365
  4 ARSetServerPort(server=sourceservername, tcp=1100, rpc=0)
  5 rrrchive: 2018-05-02 11:51:50, type=ARS, level=DEBUG, file=rrrchive.cpp, line=365
  6 ARSetServerPort(server=targetservername, tcp=1400, rpc=0)
 7 rrrchive: 2018-05-02 11:52:06, type=ARS, level=ERROR, file=rrrchive.cpp, line=389
  8 ARGetServerInfo(server=targetservername, AR_SERVER_INFO_DELAY_RECACHE_TIME)
  9   API CALL SEVERITY: AR_RETURN_ERROR, failure, status contains details
10   ARStatusList: contains 1 messages
11   Number: ARERR 91
12   Message: Cannot open catalog; Message number = 91
13   Append: RPC: Unable to receive; Asynchronous event occurred
14
15 rrrchive: 2018-05-02 11:52:06, type=APP, level=NOTICE, file=rrrchive.cpp, line=5090

16 Program End: configfile=rrrchive.cfg, timetorun=0:00:16

Questions:
1. Does the error ARERR 91 mean, that rrrchive is not compatible with Remedy 9.1? I found here, that it is possible cause of this error: https://communities.bmc.com/message/133550:
"A less common cause of this error is running an API program that is incompatible with the AR System server."

2. The rrrchive config installation instruction says:
"Make sure that the following shared objects are in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Copying the included libraries to the installation directory will allways work."

My guess is, that in my case the app should use different shared objects for the source server and different for the target server. 
Is it possible to configure it that way?

Thanks!

Thomas