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Multiple databases on same Netware server

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-02-05 13:26:29.0Z
Michael Z Posted on 2003-02-05 08:17:49.0Z
From: "Michael Z" <NOSPAM_micke@netpower.no>
Subject: Multiple databases on same Netware server
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We have two different applications that use SQL Anywhere 7.0.3. We would
like for them to run on the same Netware 6 server, but don't know how.

A typical load statement on a Netware 6 server would be like:

LOAD s:\asany\dbsrv7 -c 80M -x TCPIP -n DATABASENAME
data:\databasefolder\databasefile.db

I initialy tried to write the same statement twice, but with different
databasenames and files. This does not work, since the server says that
dbsrv7 is already loaded, and can not be loaded more than once.

I figure that I have to load both databases with the same statement, but
need help with the syntax for this. Or help with alternate prosedure for
doing this.

Best regards

Michael Zetterlund
IT/IS Manager


Robert Waywell Posted on 2003-02-05 13:26:29.0Z
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LOAD s:\asany\dbsrv7 -c 80M -x TCPIP -n serverNAME
data:\databasefolder\databasefile.db -n FIRSTDATABASENAME
data:\databasefolder2\databasefile2.db -n SECONDDATABASENAME

FYI, ASA specific questions are best posted to the
sybase.public.sqlanywhere.general newsgroup which is strongly focused on
ASA.



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"Michael Z" <NOSPAM_micke@netpower.no> wrote in message
news:Fx2QBHPzCHA.198@forums.sybase.com...
> We have two different applications that use SQL Anywhere 7.0.3. We would
> like for them to run on the same Netware 6 server, but don't know how.
>
> A typical load statement on a Netware 6 server would be like:
>
> LOAD s:\asany\dbsrv7 -c 80M -x TCPIP -n DATABASENAME
> data:\databasefolder\databasefile.db
>
> I initialy tried to write the same statement twice, but with different
> databasenames and files. This does not work, since the server says that
> dbsrv7 is already loaded, and can not be loaded more than once.
>
> I figure that I have to load both databases with the same statement, but
> need help with the syntax for this. Or help with alternate prosedure for
> doing this.
>
> Best regards
>
> Michael Zetterlund
> IT/IS Manager
>
>
>