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[Level:8]CUBRID

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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registered: 03/28/2010

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Thank you for your observation. The second archive seems to be incorrectly uploaded. We will update the files on sourceforge later today.

The CUBRID Team

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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registered: 09/24/2012

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Dear CUBRID Team,

Can you please update if the both the VM image files have been uploaded.


Thanks

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[Level:3]Esen Sagynov

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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registered: 05/31/2011

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Hello akhader,

Sourceforge had some problems due to which we could not upload correctly. We will try to reupload today and will inform you here. You will automatically receive an email.

Let us know if you have other questions.

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Hi Esen Sagynov,

Thanks for the quick response.

I am in process of building an application which would be processing huge amounts log files. About 3 GB of log files per server for 50 servers per day.

Can your database handle this amount of data ?

Would be great if you could share any ideas.


Thanks

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[Level:3]Esen Sagynov

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Of course, it can. If you want to know something concrete, please ask. Let me ask some questions.

  1. What do you mean by "process" log files? What do you want CUBRID to do? INSERT or do something else with logs? Do you plan to perform search on logs? If yes, what fields are there, and which ones need to be searchable?
  2. How long do you plan to keep logs in a database? Do you plan to remove them on day?
  3. Do you need to keep database logs for your "logs" when they are inserted? If not, you can save the disk space by turning off SQL logging. But this is only if you really don't care about SQL logging.
Fill me in into you environment so that I can help you more.

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Please find my answers below.

1) I would be doing an insert. Search would be the most important part. Fields would be like below.

Date, Time, IP, Domain  etc

2) Atleast 1 year

3) SQL Logging is useful not only for audit but also for disaster recovery. But it may not be important now.

I can explain in more detailed manner provided I get an email address from you.


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[Level:8]CUBRID

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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registered: 03/28/2010

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Hi akhader,

We have uploaded the new virtual machine with Centos 6.2 desktop edition. It is available here: 

centos_desktop_part1

centos_desktop_part2

You can extract the files using 7-Zip or another similar application and then import them into virtual box using the "import appliance" feature.

If you are interested only in the server edition (no GUI) (which of course occupies less space and consumes less RAM memory), you can find it here:

centos-6.2-server-cubrid-8.4.1.zip

You can also browse the sourceforge page for other versions of Linux virtual machines with cubrid installed:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/cubrid/files/CUBRID-Demo-Virtual-Machines/CUBRID-8.4.x/

If you encounter any problems please let us know.

Regards,

The CUBRID Team

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[Level:3]Esen Sagynov

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Please find my answers below.

1) I would be doing an insert. Search would be the most important part. Fields would be like below.

Date, Time, IP, Domain etc

2) Atleast 1 year

3) SQL Logging is useful not only for audit but also for disaster recovery. But it may not be important now.

I can explain in more detailed manner provided I get an email address from you.


Thanks


Hi akhader,

Please email me to esen + cubrid domain.

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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registered: 09/24/2012

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Dear Support,

I was able to download and extract centos-6.2-server-cubrid-8.4.1.zip

I still get error extracting the following files.

centos_desktop_part1

centos_desktop_part2

Can you please verify the integrity of the uploaded files.

Better check the checksum and also put the checksum besides each file so that users can know if the downloaded file is fine or not.

Thanks for the active support

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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I have verified the checksum. It is fine.

I am using winzip to unzip the files. Is there any process to unzip these files ?


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[Level:8]CUBRID

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Hi akhader,

Please try 7-Zip. It is a freeware program available here: http://www.7-zip.org/

It works great with many formats and it even allows splitting zip files in multiple archives. Just open any of the archives with it (assuming they are in the same directory) and then extract the files inside the archive to your desired location.

Regards,

The CUBRID Team

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Hello CUBRID Team,

I was able to extract centos_desktop_part1

But centos_desktop_part2 still gives error. I have verified the md5 from your site.


Note : I have used 7-Zip to extract the files.

May be the uploaded file is corrupt. Please download and check centos_desktop_part2

Anyways, I have the server image extracted. I will start using that.

Thanks for your support



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[Level:8]CUBRID

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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The files you should have been able to see are:

centos-6.2-cubrid-8.4.1-vbox.ova of about 1.6 GB

README.txt 2 KB

If you are able to see these files and load them, then everything is fine. Since you managed to extract the first archive, everything must be fine (because the first archive only contained the first part of the ova file).

Try loading the ova file into virtual box and tell us if any errors occur.

Regards,

The CUBRID Team

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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The ova file from centos_desktop_part1 is working fine.

I wonder what the second file centos_desktop_part2 is for ?

May be tools ? I wanted to look at the tools, that's why I chose the desktop version.


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[Level:8]CUBRID

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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The files are 1.54 GB in size. Because sourceforge has a limit of 1 GB per file, it was just split into 2 parts (hence the 001 and 002 at the end). That's how 7-zip works. Basically the 002 archive is only needed when extracting 001 in order to complete the extracted file.

CUBRID Web Manager is installed already in the virtual machine. You can see all the details of the virtual machine in README.txt file.

Regards,

The CUBRID Team

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[Level:0]akhader

# Post subject:Re: VM Image files giving CRC error

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Dear Cubrid Team,

Thanks a bunch for the fantastic support.

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