64 bits Windows 7

2011-04-25
2013-04-23
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Hello,

    I want to install once:radix in a 64 bit intel Windows 7 machine for evaluation.

    Which versions of java, tomcat, postgrsql,… are required (32 or 64 bits)? If that matters

    Best regards

    Francisco

     
  • Vadim Karacharski

    Hello Francisco,
    you can use 64-bit or 32-bit as well.
    recommended versions: tomcat 6, java 5, postgresq 8.3

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Thanks for your answer,
    My installation process was ok until the last step:

    I never got the  " The database  has been successfully restored to its state at <<timestamp>> " message.
    The browser just showed a blank window with a frame.

    Any hint to go ahead will be welcomed.

    Cheers

    Francisco

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Hello,

    Disregard my prior post… It looks that the installation has been successful…

    Cheers

    Francisco

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Finally I got this message:

    " The database  has been successfully restored to its state at <<timestamp>> "

    But i don't know if the installation was correct, because the next step:

    Click New User. If the database is running, the Owner Organization field will display 'Open Source'. Otherwise, check postgresql-8.4 in the Services Control Panel.
    

    When I select New user in the login screen, the Owner Organization field and its dropdown list is empty. Checking the Service control Panel i can see Postgres running…

    Cheers

    Francisco

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Perhaps the problem is in this step:

    While pressing the Ctrl key (to change the role of the Log On button) click Restore. The oADMIN screen will load.
    Right-click then select File > Restore (or type Ctrl-E). Select a database backup from the list, then click Restore.
    

    At this point I don't see any database in a list, I see a window like this:


    I tried clicking both dates with the same result:

    " The database  has been successfully restored to its state at <<timestamp>> " is shown, but when trying to add a new user,  the Owner Organization field and its dropdown list stays empty.

    Cheers

    Francisco

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    In the prior post the picture was not shown… I'll try here again

     
  • onceradix

    onceradix - 2011-04-28

    Francisco

    I assume that you restore the database from the list.

    After that, you need to restart the server, then try logging on.

    Have you done that?

    If so, what happens?

    Rob

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    I open the Services window and  I restart PostgreSQL Server 8.3.

    I click New User and the next window is shown:


    As you can see in the picture, the Owner Organization field is not displaying "Open Source" but it's empty

    Cheers

    Francisco

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Hello,

    Can somebody help with the issue described above?

    Cheers

    Francisco

     
  • Vadim Karacharski

    Hello Francisco
    did you tried to restore db using pgAdmin?

     
  • Francisco Gonzalez Velasco

    Sorry for the big delay…

    Trying to restore db using pgAdmin I get this message:

    C:\Program Files\onceradix\postgres\bin\pg_restore.exe -h localhost -p 5432 -U postgres -d onceradix -v "C:\Users\Public\Programacion\Radix\onceradix-1.5.0.2\onceradix\backup\auto-onceradix-2009-08-30-06-00.backup"
    pg_restore: [archiver] unsupported version (1.11) in file header
    El proceso retornó el código de salida 1.
    

    Best regards

     

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