I've been using db files running on ASA 188.8.131.5274 from a
windows platform and moving them to my Linux ASA 184.108.40.20608
for a while now with no problems.
I upgraded my window db server to 220.127.116.111 and my Linux
db server to 18.104.22.1682 and I can't use the db file on my
Linux box. I get the famous, capability 32 missing message.
What is the issue here? Is it just the 9.0.0 v. 9.0.1? If
so, when can I get a 9.0.1.xxxx for Linux?
Subject: Windows to Linux db file issue
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Subject: Re: Windows to Linux db file issue
From: Glenn Paulley <email@example.com>
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Date: 23 Apr 2004 13:39:46 -0700
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What the "missing capability" message is trying to tell you is that
you're trying to run an older engine against a database that was created
by newer software. As hard as we try, it's tough to make software
There's no difficulty running a 9.0.0 database with a 9.0.1 server. For
that matter, unless you require 9.x features that need a 9.x database
(named CHECK constraints, cache warming, index consultant) there's no
problem running either of the 9.x releases on an 8.0.2 database.
9.0.1 UNIX ports will be available *very* soon.
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