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TEXT VM 6.8.00 Readme.txt
For example: pcli listversionedfiles -prd:\productb -pp/newprj @listfile or pcli getworklocation -sp/@/mariec/myworkspace... To avoid this conflict, set the kill character to a value other than @. For example: stty kill ^U ( sets the kill character to CTRL+U) 9.3 File Descriptor Limit Some PCLI operations, such as ListVersionedFiles, can open many files at a time. On some UNIX systems, the default open file descriptor limit may be set too low.
CMS-XML PCLI: How to get files by label or promotion group without seeing warnings for files that do not match and/or empty directories being created for projects without matching files
To avoid the problems indicated above, you can use the GetRev.pcli script that is attached to this article. It works largely analogous to the regular Get command, with the following major differences:
CMS-XML PVCS Version Manager: Where is the ISLV.INI / .islvrc file located and can the location of that file be changed?
How To Find Where the file is or which one VM is using For Windows Versions prior to 8.2.0.0 (GUI, CLI, PCLI or IDE Client)
CMS-XML MVR: How does the VM login source affect Mover?
When Mover transfers files from Version Manager, it actually runs a PCLI command to get the files out of VM. One tricky area is how the Version Manager login sources are used by Mover.
CMS-XML After installing VM on Linux I get libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
However, when I run pvcsvmux or pcli I get the following error: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory 13:10:00 Jun.02.10 [Error] /usr/serena/vm/common/lib/linux/libpvcsjvms.so:
CMS-XML New PVCS Version Manager users on Linux or UNIX get: Access has been denied because no license server is defined in ISLV file /.islvrc
When new VM users on a Linux or UNIX system try to run a PCLI or CLI command, they may get the error: Access has been denied because no license server is defined in ISLV file HomeDir
HTML MERANT PVCS Version Manager Readme
1.2.18 PCLI Throws a Stack Trace Using -@filename When the Specified File Does Not Exist [1027095] PCLI commands that took a file argument in the form "@" would throw a stack trace when the file did not exists. It now returns an appropriate error message.
HTML Merant PVCS Version Manager Readme
7.3 File Descriptor Limit Some PCLI operations, such as ListVersionedFiles, can open many files at a time. On some UNIX systems, the default open file descriptor limit may be set too low. We recommend that you set your file descriptor limit to 128 or higher.
CMS-XML How to Add a user to a list of Project Database or Delete a user from a list of Project Databases?
pcli run -sAddUserToPDBList.pcli [ID=<AdminUserID:Password>] [PDBList=<InputFile>]
CMS-XML How to enable SLM client logging?
Be mindful that launching multiple processes may involve multiple user IDs. Desktop clients (e.g. VM GUI/CLI/ PCLI /IDEs, SBM Configurator) normally run as the end-user, but Windows services like IIS/JBoss/Tomcat typically run as Local System or optionally a designated user. To not lose data, the file needs to be writable by all user IDs involved.
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