missing routines from downloaded source code

I have downloaded osehra(i.e. FOIA) but looks like it has some missing routines. I have followed all the instruction of document mention on the osehra site but then I found while unpacking routines like ZTMGRSET.m missing. In virtual machine the size of routines.ro file is 99562377 but when i build the .ro file after downloading then it is equal to 97453404. Somehow I have integrated ZTMGRSET then when I tried to set VistA and I got following error. I will now rename a group of routines specific to your operating system. Routine: ZOSVGUX Missing Routine: Routine: ZIS4GTM Missing Routine: ZISFGTM Missing Routine: ZISHGTM Missing Routine: XUCIGTM Missing Routine: ZISETGUX Missing Routine: ZOSV2GTM Missing Routine: ZISTCPS Missing %GTM-E-ZLINKFILE, Error while zlinking "ZOSFGUX",%GTM-E-FILENOTFND, File ZOSFGUX not found At M source location ZOSF+1^ZTMGRSET How to get complete source code which is in virtual machine. I did following command to create routines.ro file as per the INSTALL file. $ git ls-files -- "*.m" | python Scripts/PackRO.py > routines.ro -Jignesh
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missing routines from downloaded source code

Luis Ibanez's picture

On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 6:12 PM, jigneshmpatel <jigneshmpatel@gmail.com>wrote:

> I have downloaded osehra(i.e. FOIA) but looks like it has some missing
> routines. I have followed all the instruction of document mention on the
> osehra site but then I found while unpacking routines like ZTMGRSET.m
> missing. In virtual machine the size of routines.ro file is 99562377 but
> when i build the .ro file after downloading then it is equal to 97453404.
> Somehow I have integrated ZTMGRSET then when I tried to set VistA and I got
> following error.
>
> I will now rename a group of routines specific to your operating system.
> Routine: ZOSVGUX Missing
> Routine:
> Routine: ZIS4GTM Missing
> Routine: ZISFGTM Missing
> Routine: ZISHGTM Missing
> Routine: XUCIGTM Missing
> Routine: ZISETGUX Missing
> Routine: ZOSV2GTM Missing
> Routine: ZISTCPS Missing
> %GTM-E-ZLINKFILE, Error while zlinking "ZOSFGUX",%GTM-E-FILENOTFND, File
> ZOSFGUX not found
> At M source location ZOSF+1^ZTMGRSET
>
> How to get complete source code which is in virtual machine.
>
> I did following command to create routines.ro file as per the INSTALL
> file.
> $ git ls-files -- "*.m" | python Scripts/PackRO.py > routines.ro
>
> -Jignesh
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> http://www.osehra.org/discussion/missing-routines-downloaded-source-code
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-------------------------------------------------------

Jignesh,

The ZTMGRSET.m routine is under the directory:

Packages/Kernel/Routines/

It can also be seen here in the Git repository here:

https://github.com/OSEHRA/VistA-FOIA/blob/master/Packages/Kernel/Routine...

and here:

http://code.osehra.org/gitweb?p=VistA-FOIA.git;a=blob_plain;f=Packages/K...

Could you please describe how
you downloaded the VistA-FOIA ?

Please note also that the content
of the Virtual Machine here:

http://osehra.org/wiki/virtual-machine-testing-osehra-code-base-pre-conf...

corresponds to the August 19th 2011 VistA-FOIA
release, while the code that you can find in the Git
repository corresponds to the December 6th FOIA
release.

The VM above was configured by following the
instructions listed here:

http://www.osehra.org/wiki/instructions-establishing-and-testing-osehra-...

Please describe the process that you follow,
so we can help you identify the steps that
may account for the difference in your setup.

Thanks

Luis

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Size of RO when packed

Joseph Snyder's picture

Jignesh,

The size of the routines.ro file seems to be correct. Looking into my OSEHRA VistA-FOIA directory on a GT.M machine, 'ls -lag' gives me this result:

 97453404 2012-01-25 02:06 routines.ro

The same size as your new routines.ro, so that seems to be fine.  

The thing that stands out to me is this line:  Routine: ZISETGUX Missing.

The ZTMGRSET that is in the OSEHRA repository doesn't seem to ask for that routine.  Again on the GT.M machine, running ZTMGRSET prints this:

 

ZTMGRSET Version 8.0 Patch level **34,36,69,94,121,127,136,191,275,355,446**HELLO! I exist to assist you in correctly initializing the current account....

 

I will now rename a group of routines specific to your operating system.Routine:  ZOSVGUX Loaded, Saved as    %ZOSV Routine:  ZIS4GTM Loaded, Saved as    %ZIS4Routine:  ZISFGTM Loaded, Saved as    %ZISFRoutine:  ZISHGTM Loaded, Saved as    %ZISHRoutine:  XUCIGTM Loaded, Saved as    %XUCIRoutine: ZOSV2GTM Loaded, Saved as   %ZOSV2Routine:  ZISTCPS Loaded, Saved as %ZISTCPS What version of ZTMGRSET are you using? - Joe  
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missing routines from downloaded source code

Jignesh Patel's picture

Joe and Luis,
Thank you very much for the prompt response.
To install VistA-FOIA I following following steps.

1. I have already installed GT.M, git and python.
2. I have downloaded other required development tools like cMake etc.
3. Created a directory called "Download" then followed
* git clone git://code.osehra.org/VistA-FOIA.git*
4. Then opened INSTALL file and followed the instruction
$ git ls-files -- "*.m" | python Scripts/PackRO.py > routines.ro

The above command is what created a my .ro file but that file doesn't have
routines like ZGI.m and ZGO.m so I have manually copied them in my r
directory.

4. I followed step to import Globals
W $$LIST^ZGI("c:\path\to\VistA-FOIA\globals.lst","c:\path\to\VistA-FOIA\")
And while doing that I go following error(after downloading many globals)

%GTM-E-EQUAL, Equal sign expected but not found
At M source location LOAD+5^ZGI
%GTM-W-NOTPRINCIO, Output currently directed to device
/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA-FOIA/Packages/Enrollment Application
System/Globals/712.5+GMT THRESHOLDS.zwr

5. Then I did D ^ZTMGRSET but it gave me following error, so I manually
imported ZTMGRSET.
%GTM-E-ZLINKFILE, Error while zlinking "ZTMGRSET"
%GTM-E-FILENOTFND, File ZTMGRSET not found

But then I after I got following error:
I will now rename a group of routines specific to your operating system.
Routine: ZOSVGUX Missing
Routine:
Routine: ZIS4GTM Missing
Routine: ZISFGTM Missing
Routine: ZISHGTM Missing
Routine: XUCIGTM Missing
Routine: ZISETGUX Missing
Routine: ZOSV2GTM Missing
Routine: ZISTCPS Missing
%GTM-E-ZLINKFILE, Error while zlinking "ZOSFGUX",%GTM-E-FILENOTFND, File
ZOSFGUX not found
At M source location ZOSF+1^ZTMGRSET

So looks like routines in Kernal are not working as expected. Let me know
how to fix this error.

-Jignesh

On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 9:52 AM, Joe.Snyder <joe.snyder@kitware.com> wrote:

> Jignesh,
>
> The size of the routines.ro file seems to be correct. Looking into my
> OSEHRA VistA-FOIA directory on a GT.M machine, 'ls -lag' gives me this
> result:
>
> * 97453404 2012-01-25 02:06 routines.ro*
>
> The same size as your new routines.ro, so that seems to be fine.
>
> The thing that stands out to me is this line: *Routine: ZISETGUX Missing.
> *
>
> The ZTMGRSET that is in the OSEHRA repository doesn't seem to ask for that
> routine. Again on the GT.M machine, running ZTMGRSET prints this:
>
>
>
> *ZTMGRSET Version 8.0 Patch level
> **34,36,69,94,121,127,136,191,275,355,446****HELLO! I exist to assist you
> in correctly initializing the current account.**.**.**.*
>
>
>
> *I will now rename a group of routines specific to your operating system.*
> *Routine: ZOSVGUX Loaded, Saved as %ZOSV* *Routine: ZIS4GTM Loaded,
> Saved as %ZIS4**Routine: ZISFGTM Loaded, Saved as %ZISF**Routine:
> ZISHGTM Loaded, Saved as %ZISH**Routine: XUCIGTM Loaded, Saved as
> %XUCI**Routine: ZOSV2GTM Loaded, Saved as %ZOSV2**Routine: ZISTCPS
> Loaded, Saved as %ZISTCPS* What version of ZTMGRSET are you using? - Joe
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GT.m environment?

Christopher Edwards's picture

 

Jignesh:

 

What does your gt.m environment variables look like?  gtmgbldir, gtmroutines, etc. you can do also type "env |grep gtm" on the bash prompt and post the results.

 

-Christopher

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missing routines from downloaded source code

Jignesh Patel's picture

Chris,
Here you go:
[ehruser@FLL-VistA-A1 VistA]$ cat /etc/profile.d/gtmprofile.sh
#!/bin/bash
#export gtm_dist=/usr/lib/fis-gtm/V5.4-002B_x86
export gtm_dist=/usr/lib/fis-gtm/V5.4-002B_x86/utf8
#export gtmgbldir=/home/ehruser/VistA/g/gtm.gld
export gtmgbldir=/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/g/database.gld
export gtm_log=/home/ehruser/Downloads/log/fis-gtm/V5.4-002B_x86
export gtm_principal_editing=EDITING
#export gtm_repl_instance=/home/ehruser/VistA/gtm_repl
#export gtm_repl_instname=dummy
#export gtmroutines="/home/ehruser/VistA/o(/home/ehruser/VistA/r
/home/ehruser/VistA/ewdroutines /home/ehruser/VistA/testroutines) $gtm_dist"
export
gtmroutines="/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/o(/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r)
$gtm_dist"
export gtm_principal_editing="EDITING"
export gtm_icu_version=`icu-config --version | cut -d . -f 1,2`
export LC_CTYPE=`locale -a | grep -i utf | head -1`
export gtm_chset=UTF-8
export gtm_prompt="UTF8>"
alias mumps=$gtm_dist/mumps
alias mupip=$gtm_dist/mupip
alias dse=$gtm_dist/dse
alias GTM="$gtm_dist/mumps -direct"
alias gtm="$gtm_dist/mumps -direct"
alias gde="$gtm_dist/mumps -r ^GDE"
alias GDE="$gtm_dist/mumps -r ^GDE"

On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 10:54 AM, Christopher.Edwards <
Christopher.Edwards@krminc.com> wrote:

>
>
> Jignesh:
>
>
>
> What does your gt.m environment variables look like? gtmgbldir,
> gtmroutines, etc. you can do also type "env |grep gtm" on the bash prompt
> and post the results.
>
>
>
> -Christopher
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missing routines from downloaded source code

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Jignesh:

What path did you type in when you went through D ^%RI?  Something doesn't seem right with your routines.ro and the import to GT.m (and the global import whch seems to have ended prematurely).  What is your sha1sum of routines.ro?  Mine is:  3242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5  routines.ro

-Christopher

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merging discussions

Christopher Edwards's picture

 

Jignesh:

How many routines are in this directory: /home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r? You can run ls -l | wc -l to get a count. There should be 25,131

- Christopher

From: Jignesh Patel >

Chris,

Mine is
3242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5 *routines.ro

Looks like the routines are created properly but then routines from Kernel and other places never incorporated in the crated file.

 

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correction

Christopher Edwards's picture

It should be ls -1 | wc -l

ls is -(number one) and wc is -(lowercase "L")

for a total of 25130

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  Chris, Something is not

Christopher Edwards's picture

 

Chris,

Something is not right I went through the whole process again of creating .ro file and importing it but when I import it shows me:

"Restored 142101 lines in 1722 routines."

But at the same time sh1a1sum gives me following

3242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5 *routines.ro

 

 

-Jignesh

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disk space

Christopher Edwards's picture

Are you out of disk space?  Also if you can post the results of env | grep gtm

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missing routines from downloaded source code

Jignesh Patel's picture

Chris,

Here is the details
[ehruser@FLL-VistA-A1 ~]$ env | grep gtm
gtm_chset=UTF-8
gtm_log=/home/ehruser/Downloads/log/fis-gtm/V5.4-002B_x86
gtm_prompt=UTF8>
gtm_icu_version=3.6
gtmgbldir=/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/g/database.gld
gtmroutines=/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/o(/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r)
/usr/lib/fis-gtm/V5.4-002B_x86/utf8
gtm_principal_editing=EDITING
gtm_dist=/usr/lib/fis-gtm/V5.4-002B_x86/utf8

May be I need to clean up old routines and reinstall it. How to clean up
old routines?

-Jignesh

On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 12:58 PM, Christopher.Edwards <
Christopher.Edwards@krminc.com> wrote:

> Are you out of disk space? Also if you can post the results of env | grep
> gtm
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working from the beginning

Christopher Edwards's picture

Jignesh:

Lets try to do this from the beginning.  Since the SHA1 hashes of the routines.ro file match one that has been used sucessfully to create a working instance lets assume that file is ok (and includes ZGO and ZGI).

You mentioned that you couldn't find ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET in one of your earlier posts and you manually copied them to your routines folder (/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r).

Question:  What did you type for the output path to ^%RI?  This should be (based on your gtmroutines) /home/ehruser/Donloads/VistA/r/ (do not forget the trailing /) 

Question:  How many routines are in /home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r?  Question is based on the fact that manual file copies had to occur to get ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET into your instance of GT.m. You should have 25130 routines in this directory.  You also mentioned that only 1722 routines were imported (as reported by %RI), but seeing what the os reports is in the directory is helpful as well.

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missing routines from downloaded source code

Jignesh Patel's picture

Chris,

I am trying to build a cloud environment for us. After building it I will
install everything from scratch(including new GT.M instance) and see if I
can face any issues there. Once it is ready I will try to fix the problem
on my local server.

Give me 1-2 days and I will follow up in this group.
Thanks a lot for your kind inputs.

-Jignesh

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 8:24 AM, Christopher.Edwards <
Christopher.Edwards@krminc.com> wrote:

> Jignesh:
>
> Lets try to do this from the beginning. Since the SHA1 hashes of the
> routines.ro file match one that has been used sucessfully to create a
> working instance lets assume that file is ok (and includes ZGO and ZGI).
>
> You mentioned that you couldn't find ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET in one of your
> earlier posts and you manually copied them to your routines folder
> (/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r).
>
> Question: What did you type for the output path to ^%RI? This should be
> (based on your gtmroutines) /home/ehruser/Donloads/VistA/r/ (do not forget
> the trailing /)
>
> Question: How many routines are in /home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r?
> Question is based on the fact that manual file copies had to occur to get
> ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET into your instance of GT.m. You should have 25130 routines
> in this directory. You also mentioned that only 1722 routines were
> imported (as reported by %RI), but seeing what the os reports is in the
> directory is helpful as well.
> --
> Full post:
> http://www.osehra.org/discussion/missing-routines-downloaded-source-code
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missing routines from downloaded source code

Jignesh Patel's picture

Chris,

We have created our cloud environment where all the installation from
scratch. We have following details about routines.ro file

Size: 97453404
Sha1sum:242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5
but ls | wc shows
1722 1722 17595

When I did du -s in my home dir it shows me
2612932

while df-h shows me
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00
8.9G 4.9G 3.6G 58% /
/dev/sda1 99M 20M 75M 21% /boot
tmpfs 2.0G 0 2.0G 0% /dev/sh

so how to solve this. We are stuck with this. Is there a number where I can
call and discuss.

-Jignesh

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Jignesh Patel <jigneshmpatel@gmail.com>wrote:

> Chris,
>
> I am trying to build a cloud environment for us. After building it I will
> install everything from scratch(including new GT.M instance) and see if I
> can face any issues there. Once it is ready I will try to fix the problem
> on my local server.
>
> Give me 1-2 days and I will follow up in this group.
> Thanks a lot for your kind inputs.
>
> -Jignesh
>
>
> On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 8:24 AM, Christopher.Edwards <
> Christopher.Edwards@krminc.com> wrote:
>
>> Jignesh:
>>
>> Lets try to do this from the beginning. Since the SHA1 hashes of the
>> routines.ro file match one that has been used sucessfully to create a
>> working instance lets assume that file is ok (and includes ZGO and ZGI).
>>
>> You mentioned that you couldn't find ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET in one of your
>> earlier posts and you manually copied them to your routines folder
>> (/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r).
>>
>> Question: What did you type for the output path to ^%RI? This should be
>> (based on your gtmroutines) /home/ehruser/Donloads/VistA/r/ (do not forget
>> the trailing /)
>>
>> Question: How many routines are in /home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r?
>> Question is based on the fact that manual file copies had to occur to get
>> ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET into your instance of GT.m. You should have 25130 routines
>> in this directory. You also mentioned that only 1722 routines were
>> imported (as reported by %RI), but seeing what the os reports is in the
>> directory is helpful as well.
>> --
>> Full post:
>> http://www.osehra.org/discussion/missing-routines-downloaded-source-code
>> Manage my subscriptions:
>> http://www.osehra.org/og_mailinglist/subscriptions
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>
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missing routines from downloaded source code

Jignesh Patel's picture

I am following up. Is there anybody in this community to whom I can reach
to solve the problem.

-Jignesh

On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 12:48 PM, Jignesh Patel <jigneshmpatel@gmail.com>wrote:

> Chris,
>
> We have created our cloud environment where all the installation from
> scratch. We have following details about routines.ro file
>
> Size: 97453404
> Sha1sum:242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5
> but ls | wc shows
> 1722 1722 17595
>
>
> When I did du -s in my home dir it shows me
> 2612932
>
> while df-h shows me
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00
> 8.9G 4.9G 3.6G 58% /
> /dev/sda1 99M 20M 75M 21% /boot
> tmpfs 2.0G 0 2.0G 0% /dev/sh
>
> so how to solve this. We are stuck with this. Is there a number where I
> can call and discuss.
>
>
> -Jignesh
>
> On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Jignesh Patel <jigneshmpatel@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Chris,
>>
>> I am trying to build a cloud environment for us. After building it I will
>> install everything from scratch(including new GT.M instance) and see if I
>> can face any issues there. Once it is ready I will try to fix the problem
>> on my local server.
>>
>> Give me 1-2 days and I will follow up in this group.
>> Thanks a lot for your kind inputs.
>>
>> -Jignesh
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 8:24 AM, Christopher.Edwards <
>> Christopher.Edwards@krminc.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Jignesh:
>>>
>>> Lets try to do this from the beginning. Since the SHA1 hashes of the
>>> routines.ro file match one that has been used sucessfully to create a
>>> working instance lets assume that file is ok (and includes ZGO and ZGI).
>>>
>>> You mentioned that you couldn't find ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET in one of your
>>> earlier posts and you manually copied them to your routines folder
>>> (/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r).
>>>
>>> Question: What did you type for the output path to ^%RI? This should
>>> be (based on your gtmroutines) /home/ehruser/Donloads/VistA/r/ (do not
>>> forget the trailing /)
>>>
>>> Question: How many routines are in /home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r?
>>> Question is based on the fact that manual file copies had to occur to get
>>> ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET into your instance of GT.m. You should have 25130 routines
>>> in this directory. You also mentioned that only 1722 routines were
>>> imported (as reported by %RI), but seeing what the os reports is in the
>>> directory is helpful as well.
>>> --
>>> Full post:
>>> http://www.osehra.org/discussion/missing-routines-downloaded-source-code
>>> Manage my subscriptions:
>>> http://www.osehra.org/og_mailinglist/subscriptions
>>> Stop emails for this post:
>>> http://www.osehra.org/og_mailinglist/unsubscribe/478
>>>
>>
>>
>

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Routine Import

Joseph Snyder's picture

Hi Jignesh,

Based on the things you've sent us, the problem seems to be in the step where you import the routines into the instance.  Assuming that the sha1sum is missing the leading 3 as a typo,

Yours: 242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5

vs.

Mine: 3242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5

Everything else matches, except for what is in your routines directory.  

Can you re-run the ^%RI routine and report back the parameters used at the setup, such as

GTM>D ^%RI

Routine Input Utility - Converts RO file to *.m files.

Formfeed delimited <No>? 
Input device: <terminal>: /home/joseph/Desktop/Dashboards/VistA-FOIA/routines.ro

Routines

Output directory : /home/joseph/vista/r/

 

and any errors that occur during the import process?

Thanks,

- Joe 

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missing routines from downloaded source code

Nancy Anthracite's picture

If you do du -s in your home directory, it will tell you what is in your home
directory only. df looks at the whole disk.

On Thursday, February 02, 2012, Jignesh Patel wrote:
> I am following up. Is there anybody in this community to whom I can reach
> to solve the problem.
>
> -Jignesh
>
> On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 12:48 PM, Jignesh Patel
<jigneshmpatel@gmail.com>wrote:
> > Chris,
> >
> > We have created our cloud environment where all the installation from
> > scratch. We have following details about routines.ro file
> >
> > Size: 97453404
> > Sha1sum:242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5
> > but ls | wc shows
> >
> > 1722 1722 17595
> >
> > When I did du -s in my home dir it shows me
> > 2612932
> >
> > while df-h shows me
> > Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> > /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00
> >
> > 8.9G 4.9G 3.6G 58% /
> >
> > /dev/sda1 99M 20M 75M 21% /boot
> > tmpfs 2.0G 0 2.0G 0% /dev/sh
> >
> > so how to solve this. We are stuck with this. Is there a number where I
> > can call and discuss.
> >
> >
> > -Jignesh
> >
> > On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Jignesh Patel
<jigneshmpatel@gmail.com>wrote:
> >> Chris,
> >>
> >> I am trying to build a cloud environment for us. After building it I
> >> will install everything from scratch(including new GT.M instance) and
> >> see if I can face any issues there. Once it is ready I will try to fix
> >> the problem on my local server.
> >>
> >> Give me 1-2 days and I will follow up in this group.
> >> Thanks a lot for your kind inputs.
> >>
> >> -Jignesh
> >>
> >>
> >> On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 8:24 AM, Christopher.Edwards <
> >>
> >> Christopher.Edwards@krminc.com> wrote:
> >>> Jignesh:
> >>>
> >>> Lets try to do this from the beginning. Since the SHA1 hashes of the
> >>> routines.ro file match one that has been used sucessfully to create a
> >>> working instance lets assume that file is ok (and includes ZGO and
> >>> ZGI).
> >>>
> >>> You mentioned that you couldn't find ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET in one of your
> >>> earlier posts and you manually copied them to your routines folder
> >>> (/home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r).
> >>>
> >>> Question: What did you type for the output path to ^%RI? This should
> >>> be (based on your gtmroutines) /home/ehruser/Donloads/VistA/r/ (do not
> >>> forget the trailing /)
> >>>
> >>> Question: How many routines are in /home/ehruser/Downloads/VistA/r?
> >>>
> >>> Question is based on the fact that manual file copies had to occur to
> >>> get
> >>>
> >>> ZGO/ZGI/ZTMGRSET into your instance of GT.m. You should have 25130
> >>> routines in this directory. You also mentioned that only 1722
> >>> routines were imported (as reported by %RI), but seeing what the os
> >>> reports is in the directory is helpful as well.
> >>>
> >>> --
> >>>
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Jignesh Patel's picture

Joe.
You are right it was a typo. 3 was there.
I have now increased my disk size unto 50GB.
and tried one more but I am getting - Restored 142101 lines in 1722
routines.And I don't see any error occurred during import process.

Now only difference I have is I am trying to use UTF-8.

-Jignesh

On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 11:08 AM, Joe.Snyder <joe.snyder@kitware.com> wrote:

> Hi Jignesh,
>
> Based on the things you've sent us, the problem seems to be in the step
> where you import the routines into the instance. Assuming that the sha1sum
> is missing the leading 3 as a typo,
>
> Yours: 242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5
>
> vs.
>
> Mine: 3242bea9e44606a0f25d4463393794c72e4d91f5
>
> Everything else matches, except for what is in your routines directory.
>
> Can you re-run the ^%RI routine and report back the parameters used at the
> setup, such as
>
> *GTM>D ^%RI*
>
> Routine Input Utility - Converts RO file to *.m files.
>
> Formfeed delimited <No>?
> Input device: <terminal>: /home/joseph/Desktop/Dashboards/VistA-FOIA/
> routines.ro
>
> Routines
>
> Output directory : /home/joseph/vista/r/
>
>
>
> and any errors that occur during the import process?
>
> Thanks,
>
> - Joe
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Joseph Snyder's picture

Hi Jignesh,

The UTF-8 may be our sticking point.  The instructions that we provide tell the installer to not include Unicode support.  This could be something to do with the contents of the .ro file, that makes the UTF-8 believe that it hit an end-of-file before it actually should.

Two things:

1. Can you tell us the last routine that is imported before getting the "Restored ..." message above?  If we can find something in the RO file around that routine, it would be a simple fix.  

2. Would you have some time tomorrow to participate in a screen sharing session?  It would make this easier to debug where the problem lies, if it is outside of our .ro file.

 

Thanks,

- Joe 

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Jignesh Patel's picture

Joe,
Here is the copy from terminal- the last routine is DVBCQAN2.

PRCA219P PRCAACC PRCAAPI PRCAAPR PRCAAPR1 PRCAATR PRCABD
PRCABIL
PRCABIL1 PRCABIL2 PRCABIL3 PRCABIL4 PRCABJ PRCABJ1 PRCABJV
PRCABP1
PRCABP2 PRCABPF PRCACLM PRCACLN PRCACM PRCACOL PRCACPV
PRCACV10
PRCADEL PRCADJ PRCADR PRCADR1 PRCADR2 PRCADR3 PRCAEA
PRCAEA1
PRCAEIN PRCAEOL PRCAEXM PRCAFBD PRCAFBD1 PRCAFBDM PRCAFBDU
PRCAFDCT
PRCAFN PRCAFN1 PRCAFOR PRCAFUT PRCAFUT1 PRCAFWO PRCAG
PRCAGD
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PRCALM
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PRCAMRKC
PRCANTE0 PRCANTE1 PRCANTEG PRCAOLD PRCAPAT PRCAPAT1 PRCAPAY3
PRCAPCL
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PRCAUT1
PRCAUT2 PRCAUT3 PRCAUTL PRCAWO PRCAWO1 PRCAWOF PRCAWREA PRCAX

PRCAX1 PRCAXP PRYAUP PRYBPOST PRYDRSET PRYNPOST RCAEOB RCAM

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DVBAB51 DVBAB52 DVBAB53 DVBAB54 DVBAB56 DVBAB57 DVBAB58
DVBAB6
DVBAB67 DVBAB68 DVBAB70 DVBAB71 DVBAB82 DVBAB82D DVBAB84
DVBAB85
DVBAB89 DVBAB9 DVBAB91 DVBAB96 DVBAB97 DVBAB98 DVBAB99
DVBABADR
DVBABDDU DVBABDOD DVBABEBD DVBABFRM DVBABTIU DVBABURL DVBACERT
DVBACMRP
DVBACPPB DVBACRMS DVBACRRP DVBACRRR DVBADD DVBADSCK DVBADSNT
DVBADSR1
DVBADSRP DVBADSRT DVBADXFR DVBAEDIT DVBAERMK DVBAFINL DVBAL
DVBALD
DVBALD1 DVBANDCU DVBANT21 DVBANTE0 DVBANTE1 DVBANTEG DVBAPADD
DVBAPB1
DVBAPBDY DVBAPCXR DVBAPEND DVBAPL1 DVBAPL10 DVBAPL2 DVBAPL3
DVBAPL4
DVBAPL5 DVBAPL6 DVBAPL7 DVBAPL8 DVBAPL9 DVBAPLNG DVBAPND1
DVBAPOP2
DVBAPOPU DVBAPST1 DVBAPW1 DVBAPW2 DVBAPWKS DVBARAD1 DVBARADM
DVBAREG1
DVBAREG2 DVBAREG3 DVBAREN1 DVBAREQ1 DVBAREQ3 DVBAREQS DVBARL21
DVBARPUR
DVBARQP DVBASCRP DVBASITE DVBASPD2 DVBASPDC DVBASRP1 DVBASTAT
DVBAUTIL
DVBAUTL1 DVBAUTL2 DVBAUTL3 DVBAUTL4 DVBAUTL5 DVBAUTL6 DVBAUTL7
DVBAUTL8
DVBAUTLH DVBAVDPT DVBAXA DVBAXA1 DVBAXA10 DVBAXA11 DVBAXA12
DVBAXA13
DVBAXA14 DVBAXA15 DVBAXA16 DVBAXA17 DVBAXA18 DVBAXA19 DVBAXA2
DVBAXA20
DVBAXA21 DVBAXA22 DVBAXA3 DVBAXA4 DVBAXA5 DVBAXA6 DVBAXA7
DVBAXA8
DVBAXA9 DVBAXF DVBAXP DVBAXP1 DVBAXS DVBAXS1 DVBAXS2
DVBAXS3
DVBAXS4 DVBAXS5 DVBAXS6 DVBAYAPE DVBCAACK DVBCADCK DVBCADE1
DVBCADE2
DVBCADEX DVBCADR DVBCAMC1 DVBCAMCK DVBCAMI1 DVBCAMI2 DVBCAMI3
DVBCAMIS
DVBCAMR1 DVBCAMR2 DVBCAMRO DVBCAOC1 DVBCAOCK DVBCARC1 DVBCARC2
DVBCARCK
DVBCATC1 DVBCATCK DVBCBNCK DVBCBRCK DVBCBUL1 DVBCBULL DVBCCECK
DVBCCHKR
DVBCCNC1 DVBCCNCL DVBCCNNS DVBCCRCK DVBCCUCK DVBCCYCK DVBCDACK
DVBCDBCK
DVBCDECK DVBCDHCK DVBCDICK DVBCDMCK DVBCDNCK DVBCEDCK DVBCEDIT
DVBCEEXM
DVBCENCK DVBCENQ DVBCENQ1 DVBCENQ2 DVBCESCK DVBCEXM1 DVBCEXML
DVBCFEE
DVBCFSCK DVBCFTCK DVBCGECK DVBCGMC1 DVBCGMCK DVBCGNCK DVBCGOCK
DVBCGSCK
DVBCHACK DVBCHDCK DVBCHECK DVBCHLCK DVBCHLOR DVBCHLQ DVBCHLR
DVBCHLUT
DVBCHMC1 DVBCHMCK DVBCHNCK DVBCHPCK DVBCHS0 DVBCHS1 DVBCHS2
DVBCHTCK
DVBCHYCK DVBCIRP1 DVBCIRPT DVBCIUT1 DVBCIUTL DVBCJNCK DVBCLABR
DVBCLKT2
DVBCLKTL DVBCLMHD DVBCLMU2 DVBCLMU5 DVBCLOG DVBCLOG2 DVBCLOGE
DVBCLTR
DVBCLTR2 DVBCLURN DVBCMDCK DVBCMECK DVBCMKL2 DVBCMKLK DVBCMLCK
DVBCMMCK
DVBCMNCK DVBCMOCK DVBCMSCK DVBCMTCK DVBCNHCK DVBCNICK DVBCNKCK
DVBCNLCK
DVBCNNCK DVBCNPCK DVBCNSCK DVBCNTCK DVBCNTSC DVBCNUCK DVBCOECK
DVBCPATA
DVBCPDCK DVBCPECK DVBCPICK DVBCPNCK DVBCPND1 DVBCPNDR DVBCPRCK
DVBCPRN1
DVBCPRNT DVBCPTCK DVBCPTS1 DVBCPUCK DVBCPURG DVBCPWC1 DVBCPWC2
DVBCPWC3
DVBCPWC4 DVBCPWCK DVBCPYCK DVBCQAL1 DVBCQAL2 DVBCQAL3 DVBCQAM1
DVBCQAM2
DVBCQAN1 DVBCQAN2

On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 2:23 PM, Joe.Snyder <joe.snyder@kitware.com> wrote:

> Hi Jignesh,
>
> The UTF-8 may be our sticking point. The instructions that we provide
> tell the installer to not include Unicode support. This could be something
> to do with the contents of the .ro file, that makes the UTF-8 believe that
> it hit an end-of-file before it actually should.
>
> Two things:
>
> 1. Can you tell us the last routine that is imported before getting the
> "Restored ..." message above? If we can find something in the RO file
> around that routine, it would be a simple fix.
>
> 2. Would you have some time tomorrow to participate in a screen sharing
> session? It would make this easier to debug where the problem lies, if it
> is outside of our .ro file.
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> - Joe
> --
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> http://www.osehra.org/discussion/missing-routines-downloaded-source-code
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missing routines from downloaded source code

Nancy Anthracite's picture

Did you running it through something to remove the control characters to see
if that helps?

On Thursday, February 02, 2012, Jignesh Patel wrote:
> Joe,
> Here is the copy from terminal- the last routine is DVBCQAN2.
>
> PRCA219P PRCAACC PRCAAPI PRCAAPR PRCAAPR1 PRCAATR PRCABD
> PRCABIL
> PRCABIL1 PRCABIL2 PRCABIL3 PRCABIL4 PRCABJ PRCABJ1 PRCABJV
> PRCABP1
> PRCABP2 PRCABPF PRCACLM PRCACLN PRCACM PRCACOL PRCACPV
> PRCACV10
> PRCADEL PRCADJ PRCADR PRCADR1 PRCADR2 PRCADR3 PRCAEA
> PRCAEA1
> PRCAEIN PRCAEOL PRCAEXM PRCAFBD PRCAFBD1 PRCAFBDM PRCAFBDU
> PRCAFDCT
> PRCAFN PRCAFN1 PRCAFOR PRCAFUT PRCAFUT1 PRCAFWO PRCAG
> PRCAGD
> PRCAGDR PRCAGDT PRCAGF PRCAGF1 PRCAGP PRCAGS PRCAGST
> PRCAGST1
> PRCAGST2 PRCAGT PRCAGU PRCAHIS PRCAHIS1 PRCAHOL PRCAHV
> PRCAKBT
> PRCAKBT1 PRCAKM PRCAKMR PRCAKS PRCAKTP PRCAKUN PRCALET
> PRCALM
> PRCALST PRCALST1 PRCALT2 PRCAMARK PRCAMAS PRCAMESG PRCAMRG
> PRCAMRKC
> PRCANTE0 PRCANTE1 PRCANTEG PRCAOLD PRCAPAT PRCAPAT1 PRCAPAY3
> PRCAPCL
> PRCAPRO PRCAPTR PRCAQUE PRCAREP PRCAREPC PRCAREPT PRCARETN
> PRCARFD
> PRCARFD1 PRCARFD2 PRCARFD3 PRCARFP PRCARFU PRCARPS PRCARPS1
> PRCASER
> PRCASER1 PRCASET PRCASIG PRCASVC PRCASVC1 PRCASVC3 PRCASVC6
> PRCATA
> PRCATA1 PRCATA2 PRCATA3 PRCATA4 PRCATB PRCATB1 PRCATE
> PRCATE1
> PRCATE2 PRCATE3 PRCATE4 PRCATF1 PRCATF2 PRCATO2 PRCATO3
> PRCATO4
> PRCATO5 PRCATO8 PRCATO9 PRCATP1 PRCATP2 PRCATP3 PRCATP4
> PRCATP5
> PRCATP6 PRCATP7 PRCATP9 PRCATR1 PRCATR2 PRCATR3 PRCATRF
> PRCATSE
> PRCATSE1 PRCATW1 PRCATW2 PRCATW3 PRCAUDT PRCAUDT1 PRCAUPD
> PRCAUT1
> PRCAUT2 PRCAUT3 PRCAUTL PRCAWO PRCAWO1 PRCAWOF PRCAWREA PRCAX
>
> PRCAX1 PRCAXP PRYAUP PRYBPOST PRYDRSET PRYNPOST RCAEOB RCAM
>
> RCAMADD RCAMDTH RCAMFN01 RCAMINS RCAMINS1 RCAMLET RCBDBBAL
> RCBDFST1
> RCBDPSL1 RCBDPSLM RCBDPSNO RCBDXREF RCBEADJ RCBEADJI RCBECHGA
> RCBECHGE
> RCBECHGI RCBECHGP RCBECHGS RCBECHGU RCBEIB RCBEPAY RCBEPAY1
> RCBEPAY2
> RCBEPAYC RCBEPAYF RCBEPAYP RCBEREFU RCBEUBI1 RCBEUBIL RCBEUDEB
> RCBEUTR1
> RCBEUTR2 RCBEUTRA RCBMILL RCBMILL1 RCBMILL2 RCBMILL3 RCBMILL4
> RCBMILLC
> RCBMILLD RCBMILLT RCCPC0 RCCPC1 RCCPCBAK RCCPCBJ RCCPCFN
> RCCPCML
> RCCPCML1 RCCPCPS RCCPCPS1 RCCPCSE RCCPCSTM RCCPCSV RCCPCSV1
> RCCPCT
> RCCPW RCCPW1 RCDMB1MT RCDMBWL1 RCDMBWL2 RCDMBWLA RCDMBWLR
> RCDMC90
> RCDMC90S RCDMC90U RCDMCEDT RCDMCR1A RCDMCR1B RCDMCR2A RCDMCR2B
> RCDMCR3A
> RCDMCR3B RCDMCUT1 RCDMCUT2 RCDPAPL1 RCDPAPLI RCDPAPLM RCDPAPST
> RCDPAYER
> RCDPBPL1 RCDPBPLI RCDPBPLM RCDPBTL1 RCDPBTLM RCDPDPL1 RCDPDPLM
> RCDPDPLU
> RCDPE215 RCDPE8NZ RCDPEAC RCDPEAR RCDPEAR1 RCDPEAR2 RCDPEDA1
> RCDPEDAR
> RCDPEDS RCDPEM RCDPEM0 RCDPEM1 RCDPEM2 RCDPEREC RCDPES10
> RCDPESR0
> RCDPESR1 RCDPESR2 RCDPESR3 RCDPESR4 RCDPESR5 RCDPESR6 RCDPESR8
> RCDPESR9
> RCDPESRV RCDPETR RCDPEU RCDPEV RCDPEV0 RCDPEWL RCDPEWL0
> RCDPEWL1
> RCDPEWL2 RCDPEWL3 RCDPEWL4 RCDPEWL5 RCDPEWL6 RCDPEWL7 RCDPEWL8
> RCDPEWLA
> RCDPEWLB RCDPEWLC RCDPEWLD RCDPEX RCDPEX0 RCDPEX1 RCDPEX2
> RCDPEX3
> RCDPEX31 RCDPEX32 RCDPLPL1 RCDPLPL2 RCDPLPL3 RCDPLPLM RCDPLPSR
> RCDPR215
> RCDPRECT RCDPRLIS RCDPRPL1 RCDPRPL2 RCDPRPL3 RCDPRPL4 RCDPRPLM
> RCDPRPLU
> RCDPRSEA RCDPRTP RCDPRTP0 RCDPRTP1 RCDPRTP2 RCDPTPLI RCDPTPLM
> RCDPUDEP
> RCDPURE1 RCDPUREC RCDPURED RCDPURET RCDPUT RCDPXFIM RCDPXFIX
> RCDPXPA1
> RCDPXPAM RCDPXPAP RCDPXPAY RCEVDD1 RCEVDRV1 RCEVGEN RCEVUTL
> RCEVUTL1
> RCEXINAD RCFMCAF RCFMDRV1 RCFMFN02 RCFMOBR RCFMOBR1 RCFMOBR2
> RCFMOBR3
> RCFMPUR RCFMUDL RCFN01 RCJIBFN1 RCJIBFN2 RCJIBFN3 RCKATP
> RCKATPD
> RCKATRPT RCMSDD1 RCMSFN01 RCMSITE RCMSNUM RCNRIG RCRCAC
> RCRCACP
> RCRCAL RCRCAL1 RCRCAL2 RCRCALB RCRCALE RCRCAT RCRCAT1
> RCRCBL
> RCRCBL1 RCRCBLE RCRCDIV RCRCEL RCRCELE RCRCREC RCRCREC2
> RCRCREC3
> RCRCRR RCRCRT RCRCRT1 RCRCRT2 RCRCSRV RCRCUIB RCRCUTL
> RCRCVAR
> RCRCVC RCRCVCK RCRCVCP RCRCVL RCRCVL1 RCRCVL2 RCRCVLB
> RCRCVLE
> RCRCVXM RCRCXM1 RCRCXMS RCRJR RCRJRBD RCRJRBDE RCRJRBDR
> RCRJRBDT
> RCRJRCO RCRJRCO1 RCRJRCO2 RCRJRCOB RCRJRCOC RCRJRCOL RCRJRCOR
> RCRJRCOT
> RCRJRCOU RCRJRDEP RCRJROIG RCRJRTR1 RCRJRTRA RCTOP1 RCTOP2
> RCTOP4
> RCTOPD RCTOPS RCTOPU RCTRAN RCTRAN1 RCWROFF RCWROFF1
> RCXFMSC1
> RCXFMSCR RCXFMSPR RCXFMSSV RCXFMST1 RCXFMSTR RCXFMSTX RCXFMSUF
> RCXFMSUR
> RCXFMSUV RCXFMSW1 RCXFMSWR RCXVACK RCXVCHK RCXVDC RCXVDC1
> RCXVDC10
> RCXVDC2 RCXVDC3 RCXVDC4 RCXVDC5 RCXVDC6 RCXVDC7 RCXVDC8
> RCXVDEQ
> RCXVFTC RCXVFTP RCXVFTR RCXVFTV RCXVPARM RCXVRMV RCXVSRV
> RCXVTSK
> RCXVUTIL RCYDD1 RCYPAY GMRA5UTL GMRACMR GMRACMR1 GMRACMR2
> GMRACMR3
> GMRACMR4 GMRACMR5 GMRADEL GMRADGMV GMRADPT GMRADSP0 GMRADSP1
> GMRADSP2
> GMRADSP3 GMRADSP4 GMRADSP5 GMRADSP6 GMRADSP7 GMRADSP8 GMRAEAB
> GMRAEER0
> GMRAEF GMRAEF1 GMRAEF2 GMRAFDA GMRAFDA1 GMRAFDA3 GMRAFN1
> GMRAFN2
> GMRAFN3 GMRAFN4 GMRAFN5 GMRAFUT0 GMRAFX GMRAFX1 GMRAFX2
> GMRAFX3
> GMRAGUI GMRAGUI1 GMRAHDR GMRAHLP0 GMRAHUT0 GMRAIAD1 GMRAIAD2
> GMRAIAL1
> GMRAIAL2 GMRAKILL GMRALAB0 GMRALAB1 GMRAMAN GMRAMCB GMRAMCB1
> GMRAMCU0
> GMRANKA GMRAOR GMRAOR0 GMRAOR1 GMRAOR2 GMRAOR3 GMRAOR4
> GMRAOR5
> GMRAOR6 GMRAOR7 GMRAOR8 GMRAOR9 GMRAPAT GMRAPED0 GMRAPED1
> GMRAPED3
> GMRAPEE0 GMRAPEH0 GMRAPEL0 GMRAPEM0 GMRAPEM1 GMRAPEM2 GMRAPEM3
> GMRAPEM4
> GMRAPENC GMRAPEO0 GMRAPER0 GMRAPER1 GMRAPER2 GMRAPES0 GMRAPES1
> GMRAPET0
> GMRAPEV0 GMRAPFT GMRAPHR0 GMRAPHR1 GMRAPHR2 GMRAPL GMRAPNA
> GMRAPST1
> GMRAPST2 GMRAPST3 GMRAPST4 GMRAPST5 GMRAPST6 GMRAPST7 GMRAPT
> GMRAPTB
> GMRAPU GMRAPVDE GMRARAD GMRARAD0 GMRARAD1 GMRAREP GMRAROBS
> GMRASEN2
> GMRASEND GMRASIG1 GMRASIGN GMRAU85 GMRAU851 GMRAUIX0 GMRAUIX1
> GMRAUTL
> GMRAUTL1 GMRAUTL2 GMRAUTL3 GMRAVAB GMRAVAM0 GMRAVFY GMRAWORD
> GMRAXNKA
> GMRAY23 GMRAY23A GMRAY23B GMRAY23C GMRAY29 GMRAY36A GMRAY40
> OOPSCA
> OOPSCA1 OOPSCA2 OOPSCC OOPSCSN OOPSDIS OOPSDM OOPSDOL
> OOPSDOL1
> OOPSDOL2 OOPSDOLX OOPSDS12 OOPSEMP1 OOPSEMP2 OOPSEMPB OOPSESIG
> OOPSESP
> OOPSESR OOPSEUT OOPSF167 OOPSGUI0 OOPSGUI1 OOPSGUI2 OOPSGUI3
> OOPSGUI4
> OOPSGUI5 OOPSGUI6 OOPSGUI7 OOPSGUI8 OOPSGUI9 OOPSGUIC OOPSGUID
> OOPSGUIF
> OOPSGUIR OOPSGUIS OOPSGUIT OOPSGUIU OOPSLOG OOPSMBUL OOPSNDB
> OOPSNDBX
> OOPSP50 OOPSPC10 OOPSPC11 OOPSPC20 OOPSPC21 OOPSPC30 OOPSPC40
> OOPSPC41
> OOPSPC50 OOPSPC51 OOPSPC60 OOPSPC70 OOPSPC71 OOPSPC80 OOPSPC81
> OOPSPCA
> OOPSPRT OOPSPRT1 OOPSPRT2 OOPSPUT1 OOPSSOF1 OOPSSOF2 OOPSSUP1
> OOPSSUP2
> OOPSSUP3 OOPSSUPB OOPSTES4 OOPSUTL1 OOPSUTL2 OOPSUTL3 OOPSUTL4
> OOPSUTL5
> OOPSUTL6 OOPSVAL1 OOPSWCE OOPSWCE1 OOPSWCE2 OOPSWCSE OOPSXP11
> OOPSXP5
> OOPSXP8 USRAEDT USRCLASS USRCLST USRECCL USRHELP USRIL USRL
>
> USRLA USRLFF USRLM USRLM1 USRLS USRM USRMEMBR
> USRMLST
> USRNTEG USRP3INI USRPROV USRPS23 USRPS24 USRRUL USRRUL1
> USRRULA
> USRU USRULST USRUM USRUMMBR PSGWADE PSGWADE1 PSGWADP
> PSGWADP1
> PSGWAIO PSGWAOU PSGWAOUI PSGWAP PSGWAR PSGWAR1 PSGWARP
> PSGWATR
> PSGWATR1 PSGWBGIN PSGWBO PSGWBO1 PSGWBOA PSGWBOE PSGWBOI
> PSGWBOIP
> PSGWBOS PSGWCAD PSGWCAD1 PSGWCAD2 PSGWCAD3 PSGWCCE PSGWCCP
> PSGWCHG
> PSGWCL PSGWCLP PSGWCPA PSGWCPA1 PSGWDEL PSGWDR PSGWDUP
> PSGWDUP1
> PSGWEDI PSGWEDI1 PSGWEDIS PSGWEE PSGWEXP PSGWEXR PSGWEXR1
> PSGWEXR2
> PSGWFIL PSGWFIX PSGWFLBO PSGWHC PSGWHC0 PSGWHC1 PSGWHV
> PSGWHV0
> PSGWHV1 PSGWKINV PSGWL PSGWLSI PSGWLSI1 PSGWLSI2 PSGWNTEG
> PSGWNU
> PSGWNU1 PSGWOD2 PSGWODP PSGWODPR PSGWODRN PSGWOLD PSGWOLD1
> PSGWOND
> PSGWONDM PSGWPAW PSGWPAW1 PSGWPERC PSGWPERE PSGWPI PSGWPI1
> PSGWPI2
> PSGWPIG PSGWPIS PSGWPL PSGWPL0 PSGWPL1 PSGWPSI PSGWPSI1
> PSGWRA
> PSGWRAC PSGWRI PSGWSC PSGWSC1 PSGWSET PSGWSIG PSGWSTD
> PSGWSTKI
> PSGWTOT PSGWTOT1 PSGWTOT2 PSGWTR PSGWTR1 PSGWUAS PSGWUTL
> PSGWUTL1
> PSGWVW PSGWWRD PSGWXREF IBDE IBDE1 IBDE1A IBDE1B IBDE2
>
> IBDE3 IBDE4 IBDECLN IBDECLN1 IBDECLN2 IBDEHELP IBDEPT
> IBDF10
> IBDF10A IBDF10B IBDF10C IBDF11 IBDF11A IBDF12 IBDF13
> IBDF14
> IBDF14A IBDF15 IBDF15A IBDF16 IBDF17 IBDF18 IBDF18A
> IBDF18A1
> IBDF18A2 IBDF18B IBDF18C IBDF18D IBDF18E IBDF18E0 IBDF18E1
> IBDF18E2
> IBDF18E3 IBDF18E4 IBDF19 IBDF1A IBDF1B IBDF1B1 IBDF1B1A
> IBDF1B1B
> IBDF1B2 IBDF1B3 IBDF1B5 IBDF1BA IBDF1C IBDF2A IBDF2A1
> IBDF2A2
> IBDF2B IBDF2B1 IBDF2D IBDF2D1 IBDF2D2 IBDF2D3 IBDF2E
> IBDF2F
> IBDF2F1 IBDF2F2 IBDF2G IBDF2H IBDF3 IBDF4 IBDF4A
> IBDF4C
> IBDF5 IBDF5A IBDF5B IBDF5C IBDF5D IBDF6 IBDF6A
> IBDF6C
> IBDF7 IBDF8 IBDF9 IBDF9A IBDF9A1 IBDF9A3 IBDF9B
> IBDF9B1
> IBDF9B2 IBDF9B3 IBDF9B4 IBDF9C IBDF9D IBDF9E IBDFBK1
> IBDFBK2
> IBDFBK3 IBDFBKR IBDFBKS IBDFBKS1 IBDFBKS2 IBDFBKS3 IBDFBKS4 IBDFC
>
> IBDFC1 IBDFC2 IBDFC2A IBDFC2B IBDFC3 IBDFC4 IBDFCG
> IBDFCG1
> IBDFCMP IBDFCMP1 IBDFCNOF IBDFDBS IBDFDE IBDFDE0 IBDFDE1
> IBDFDE10
> IBDFDE2 IBDFDE21 IBDFDE22 IBDFDE23 IBDFDE3 IBDFDE4 IBDFDE41
> IBDFDE42
> IBDFDE5 IBDFDE6 IBDFDE61 IBDFDE7 IBDFDE8 IBDFDE9 IBDFDEA
> IBDFDVE
> IBDFESP IBDFFRFT IBDFFSMP IBDFFT IBDFFT1 IBDFFT2 IBDFFT3
> IBDFFT4
> IBDFFV IBDFFV1 IBDFFV2 IBDFFV3 IBDFGRP IBDFHLP IBDFLST
> IBDFLST1
> IBDFM1 IBDFN IBDFN1 IBDFN10 IBDFN11 IBDFN12 IBDFN13
> IBDFN14
> IBDFN15 IBDFN16 IBDFN2 IBDFN3 IBDFN4 IBDFN5 IBDFN6
> IBDFN7
> IBDFN8 IBDFN9 IBDFOSG IBDFOSG1 IBDFOSG2 IBDFPCE IBDFPE
> IBDFPE1
> IBDFPRG IBDFPRG1 IBDFQB IBDFQEA IBDFQEA1 IBDFQS IBDFQSL
> IBDFQSL1
> IBDFQSL2 IBDFREG IBDFRPC IBDFRPC1 IBDFRPC2 IBDFRPC3 IBDFRPC4
> IBDFRPC5
> IBDFRPC6 IBDFSS IBDFSS1 IBDFST IBDFST1 IBDFU IBDFU1
> IBDFU10
> IBDFU1A IBDFU1B IBDFU1C IBDFU2 IBDFU2A IBDFU2B IBDFU2C
> IBDFU3
> IBDFU4 IBDFU5 IBDFU5A IBDFU6 IBDFU7 IBDFU8 IBDFU9
> IBDFU91
> IBDFUA IBDFUTI IBDFUTL IBDFUTL1 IBDFUTL2 IBDFUTL3 IBDL IBDL1
>
> IBDL2 IBDL3 IBDL4 IBDNTEG IBDNTEG0 IBDX0 IBDX01
> IBDX02
> IBDX03 IBDX04 IBDX1 IBDX11 IBDX110 IBDX12 IBDX13
> IBDX14
> IBDX15 IBDX16 IBDX17 IBDX18 IBDX19 IBDX2 IBDX21
> IBDX22
> IBDX23 IBDX24 IBDX25 IBDX26 IBDX3 IBDX31 IBDX32
> IBDX33
> IBDX34 IBDX35 IBDX36 IBDX4 IBDX41 IBDX42 IBDX5
> IBDX51
> IBDX52 IBDX53 IBDX54 IBDX95 IBDX951 IBDX9510 IBDX9511
> IBDX9512
> IBDX952 IBDX953 IBDX954 IBDX955 IBDX956 IBDX957 IBDX958
> IBDX959
> IBDX96 IBDX961 IBDX97 IBDXI2 IBDXI21 IBDXI22 IBDXI23
> IBDXI24
> IBDXI25 IBDXI26 IBDXI5 IBDXI51 IBDXI52 IBDXI53 IBDXI93
> IBDXI931
> IBDXI932 IBDXI933 LA1103 LA7ADL LA7ADL1 LA7ADL2 LA7ADLS
> LA7CHKF
> LA7CHKFP LA7DEDT LA7DLOC LA7DVC LA7DVEXT LA7DVM LA7HDR
> LA7HDR1
> LA7HL7 LA7HLP LA7LOG LA7NTEG LA7PCFG LA7POC LA7PURG
> LA7QRY
> LA7QRY1 LA7QRY2 LA7SBC LA7SBCR LA7SBCR1 LA7SBCR2 LA7SBCR3
> LA7SCE
> LA7SM LA7SM1 LA7SM2 LA7SMB LA7SMP LA7SMP0 LA7SMPXL
> LA7SMU
> LA7SMU1 LA7SMU2 LA7SRR LA7SSR LA7SUTL LA7UCFG LA7UID
> LA7UID1
> LA7UID2 LA7UIIN LA7UIIN1 LA7UIIN2 LA7UIO LA7UIO1 LA7UTIL
> LA7UTILA
> LA7UTL02 LA7UTL03 LA7UTL1A LA7UTL1B LA7UTL1C LA7UXQA LA7VHL
> LA7VHLU
> LA7VHLU1 LA7VHLU2 LA7VHLU3 LA7VHLU4 LA7VHLU5 LA7VHLU9 LA7VIN
> LA7VIN1
> LA7VIN1A LA7VIN2 LA7VIN3 LA7VIN4 LA7VIN5 LA7VIN5A LA7VLL
> LA7VMSG
> LA7VMSG1 LA7VOBR LA7VOBRA LA7VOBRB LA7VOBX LA7VOBX1 LA7VOBX2
> LA7VOBX3
> LA7VOBXA LA7VORC LA7VORM LA7VORM1 LA7VORM2 LA7VORM3 LA7VORR1
> LA7VORU
> LA7VORU1 LA7VORU2 LA7VORUA LA7VORUB LA7VPID LA7VSET LA7VSET1
> LA7VSTP
> LA7VSTP1 LAABL3 LAABL500 LAACA LAACA4 LAAIMX LAALTA
> LAASTRA
> LAB LABALARM LABCX4B LABCX4D LABCX4H LABCX4I LABCX4XX
> LABERR
> LABERRP LABINIT LABIOH LABIOU LABITKU LABL330 LABMD87P
> LABTEST
> LAC178 LAC178HP LACBIO LACCHEM6 LACD1600 LACD3500 LACEL8E
> LACFARA
> LACHEM1 LACL5500 LACLNTE LACLNTEK LACLT200 LACLT20P LACMIRA
> LACMIRAS
> LACOAGX2 LACOARA4 LACOLT LACOLT1 LACOLT2 LACOLT24 LACOLT3
> LACOLT5
> LACOLT6 LACOLTSE LACOLTSS LACRIT LACTDMS LADACOS LADEKT7B
> LADIMD
> LADIMPI LADIMPXX LADJOB LADKERM2 LADKERM3 LADKERMI LADMND
> LADOWN
> LADOWN1 LAE4A LAEKT4 LAEKT7 LAEKT7B LAEKT7D LAEKT7P LAELT
>
> LAELT8D LAEPXD LAEPXPXX LAERA LAEXEC LAFARA2 LAFUNC LAGEN
>
> LAH1 LAH480 LAH6K LAH705 LAH717D LAH717H LAH717U
> LAH737
> LAH747 LAHLOG LAHT1K LAHT1KD LAHTCCA LAHTCCAD LAHTCCAH
> LAHTRK
> LAHWATCH LAJOB LAJOB1 LAKDA LAKDIFF LAKDIFF1 LAKDIFF2
> LAKDIFF3
> LAKERM2 LAKERM3 LAKERMIT LAKOAG40 LAKUR LAKUR1 LAL13
> LAL1306
> LAL1312 LAL508 LAL943 LALBG3 LAMIAUT0 LAMIAUT1 LAMIAUT2
> LAMIAUT3
> LAMIAUT4 LAMIAUT5 LAMIAUT6 LAMIAUT7 LAMIAUT8 LAMICRA LAMILL
> LAMIV00
> LAMIV10 LAMIV11 LAMIV12 LAMIVT5 LAMIVT6 LAMIVTE6 LAMIVTK
> LAMIVTK6
> LAMIVTKC LAMIVTKD LAMIVTKU LAMIVTL0 LAMIVTL1 LAMIVTL2 LAMIVTL3
> LAMIVTL4
> LAMIVTL5 LAMIVTL6 LAMIVTLC LAMIVTLD LAMIVTLG LAMIVTLP LAMIVTLW
> LAMIVTLX
> LAMLA1KC LAMLA7 LAMODH LAMODU LAMODUT LAMONARK LAMSA
> LAMSA1
> LAMSBLD LAMSD LAMSP LAMSPAN LAMSTAT LANOVA LANOVST
> LANTEG
> LANTEG0 LAPARA LAPARAP LAPER LAPERD LAPFICH LAPMAX
> LAPMAXD
> LAPORT33 LAPORTXX LAPX LARA1K LARA2K LARAPMT LARMK
> LAS550
> LAS790 LASCT LASET LASMA12 LASMA2 LASMA2C LASMAC4
> LASMACA
> LASP120 LASPEC LASTATUS LASTRA LASYS8K LASYSMEX LATDX
> LATDX1
> LATOA LAWATCH LAXSYM LAXSYMBL LAXSYMDL LAXSYMHQ LAXSYMU
> LAYIRIS
> DVBA2748 DVBA2768 DVBA2773 DVBA2784 DVBA278P DVBA2795 DVBA2796
> DVBA2798
> DVBA2803 DVBA2806 DVBA2811 DVBA2813 DVBA2815 DVBAADM1 DVBAADMR
> DVBAADRP
> DVBAALRT DVBAAPLK DVBAB1 DVBAB1B DVBAB2 DVBAB3 DVBAB4
> DVBAB5
> DVBAB51 DVBAB52 DVBAB53 DVBAB54 DVBAB56 DVBAB57 DVBAB58
> DVBAB6
> DVBAB67 DVBAB68 DVBAB70 DVBAB71 DVBAB82 DVBAB82D DVBAB84
> DVBAB85
> DVBAB89 DVBAB9 DVBAB91 DVBAB96 DVBAB97 DVBAB98 DVBAB99
> DVBABADR
> DVBABDDU DVBABDOD DVBABEBD DVBABFRM DVBABTIU DVBABURL DVBACERT
> DVBACMRP
> DVBACPPB DVBACRMS DVBACRRP DVBACRRR DVBADD DVBADSCK DVBADSNT
> DVBADSR1
> DVBADSRP DVBADSRT DVBADXFR DVBAEDIT DVBAERMK DVBAFINL DVBAL
> DVBALD
> DVBALD1 DVBANDCU DVBANT21 DVBANTE0 DVBANTE1 DVBANTEG DVBAPADD
> DVBAPB1
> DVBAPBDY DVBAPCXR DVBAPEND DVBAPL1 DVBAPL10 DVBAPL2 DVBAPL3
> DVBAPL4
> DVBAPL5 DVBAPL6 DVBAPL7 DVBAPL8 DVBAPL9 DVBAPLNG DVBAPND1
> DVBAPOP2
> DVBAPOPU DVBAPST1 DVBAPW1 DVBAPW2 DVBAPWKS DVBARAD1 DVBARADM
> DVBAREG1
> DVBAREG2 DVBAREG3 DVBAREN1 DVBAREQ1 DVBAREQ3 DVBAREQS DVBARL21
> DVBARPUR
> DVBARQP DVBASCRP DVBASITE DVBASPD2 DVBASPDC DVBASRP1 DVBASTAT
> DVBAUTIL
> DVBAUTL1 DVBAUTL2 DVBAUTL3 DVBAUTL4 DVBAUTL5 DVBAUTL6 DVBAUTL7
> DVBAUTL8
> DVBAUTLH DVBAVDPT DVBAXA DVBAXA1 DVBAXA10 DVBAXA11 DVBAXA12
> DVBAXA13
> DVBAXA14 DVBAXA15 DVBAXA16 DVBAXA17 DVBAXA18 DVBAXA19 DVBAXA2
> DVBAXA20
> DVBAXA21 DVBAXA22 DVBAXA3 DVBAXA4 DVBAXA5 DVBAXA6 DVBAXA7
> DVBAXA8
> DVBAXA9 DVBAXF DVBAXP DVBAXP1 DVBAXS DVBAXS1 DVBAXS2
> DVBAXS3
> DVBAXS4 DVBAXS5 DVBAXS6 DVBAYAPE DVBCAACK DVBCADCK DVBCADE1
> DVBCADE2
> DVBCADEX DVBCADR DVBCAMC1 DVBCAMCK DVBCAMI1 DVBCAMI2 DVBCAMI3
> DVBCAMIS
> DVBCAMR1 DVBCAMR2 DVBCAMRO DVBCAOC1 DVBCAOCK DVBCARC1 DVBCARC2
> DVBCARCK
> DVBCATC1 DVBCATCK DVBCBNCK DVBCBRCK DVBCBUL1 DVBCBULL DVBCCECK
> DVBCCHKR
> DVBCCNC1 DVBCCNCL DVBCCNNS DVBCCRCK DVBCCUCK DVBCCYCK DVBCDACK
> DVBCDBCK
> DVBCDECK DVBCDHCK DVBCDICK DVBCDMCK DVBCDNCK DVBCEDCK DVBCEDIT
> DVBCEEXM
> DVBCENCK DVBCENQ DVBCENQ1 DVBCENQ2 DVBCESCK DVBCEXM1 DVBCEXML
> DVBCFEE
> DVBCFSCK DVBCFTCK DVBCGECK DVBCGMC1 DVBCGMCK DVBCGNCK DVBCGOCK
> DVBCGSCK
> DVBCHACK DVBCHDCK DVBCHECK DVBCHLCK DVBCHLOR DVBCHLQ DVBCHLR
> DVBCHLUT
> DVBCHMC1 DVBCHMCK DVBCHNCK DVBCHPCK DVBCHS0 DVBCHS1 DVBCHS2
> DVBCHTCK
> DVBCHYCK DVBCIRP1 DVBCIRPT DVBCIUT1 DVBCIUTL DVBCJNCK DVBCLABR
> DVBCLKT2
> DVBCLKTL DVBCLMHD DVBCLMU2 DVBCLMU5 DVBCLOG DVBCLOG2 DVBCLOGE
> DVBCLTR
> DVBCLTR2 DVBCLURN DVBCMDCK DVBCMECK DVBCMKL2 DVBCMKLK DVBCMLCK
> DVBCMMCK
> DVBCMNCK DVBCMOCK DVBCMSCK DVBCMTCK DVBCNHCK DVBCNICK DVBCNKCK
> DVBCNLCK
> DVBCNNCK DVBCNPCK DVBCNSCK DVBCNTCK DVBCNTSC DVBCNUCK DVBCOECK
> DVBCPATA
> DVBCPDCK DVBCPECK DVBCPICK DVBCPNCK DVBCPND1 DVBCPNDR DVBCPRCK
> DVBCPRN1
> DVBCPRNT DVBCPTCK DVBCPTS1 DVBCPUCK DVBCPURG DVBCPWC1 DVBCPWC2
> DVBCPWC3
> DVBCPWC4 DVBCPWCK DVBCPYCK DVBCQAL1 DVBCQAL2 DVBCQAL3 DVBCQAM1
> DVBCQAM2
> DVBCQAN1 DVBCQAN2
>
> On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 2:23 PM, Joe.Snyder <joe.snyder@kitware.com> wrote:
> > Hi Jignesh,
> >
> > The UTF-8 may be our sticking point. The instructions that we provide
> > tell the installer to not include Unicode support. This could be
> > something to do with the contents of the .ro file, that makes the UTF-8
> > believe that it hit an end-of-file before it actually should.
> >
> > Two things:
> >
> > 1. Can you tell us the last routine that is imported before getting the
> > "Restored ..." message above? If we can find something in the RO file
> > around that routine, it would be a simple fix.
> >
> > 2. Would you have some time tomorrow to participate in a screen sharing
> > session? It would make this easier to debug where the problem lies, if
> > it is outside of our .ro file.
> >
> >
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > - Joe
> > --
> > Full post:
> > http://www.osehra.org/discussion/missing-routines-downloaded-source-code
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Solution Found

Joseph Snyder's picture

Hi All,

The solution to Jignesh's problem of having a partial import of the OSEHRA routines into a UTF-8 encoded instance was found.  We discovered that the Cache .ro file is written with the Latin1 encoding, leading to quiet failure when trying to read in the routines that contained special characters.  We have two potential solutions for those of you that have run into the same problem as Jignesh.

http://www.osehra.org/wiki/gtm-utf-8-solutions

That wiki page contains the instructions on how to convert your local copy to UTF-8 encoding or to fetch a repository with the same changes.  

- Joe 

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