» Download CDSA Version 2.4 Source Code
» Expand the Self-Extracting File
» Restore the Backup Saveset
Source code kits are provided "as-is" and without
any support from HP. The binaries resulting from a build from either modified
or unmodified source code are unsupported. HP provides support, via OpenVMS
software services contracts, only for HP supplied binaries.
Download the CDSA for OpenVMS Source Code Kit
CDSA Version 2.4 Source Code for OpenVMS Alpha
CDSA Version 2.4 Source Code for OpenVMS Integrity servers
The CDSA for OpenVMS sources are for inspection purposes only.
CDSA will not build from the sources provided.
Expand the Self-Extracting File
To expand the CDSA for OpenVMS source kit self-extracting file, enter one of
he following commands, depending on the platform on which you will expand the file:
$ RUN CDSA_V24_SOURCES.ZIPEXE_ALPHA ! for OpenVMS Alpha
$ RUN CDSA_V24_SOURCES.ZIPEXE_I64 ! for OpenVMS Integrity servers
Decompress into (file specification):
prompt, press return. The system expands the file and names the decompressed
Restore the Backup Saveset
If you are restoring the sources on a system where you
installed CDSA for OpenVMS,
HP recommends that you unpack the CDSA sources into
a directory tree separate from your CDSA installation.
For example, if you installed CDSA in SYS$COMMON, we recommend
that you do not unpack the CDSA sources in SYS$COMMON:[000000...].
To restore the CDSA sources backup saveset,
enter the following commands:
$ CREATE/DIR disk:[directory]
$ BACKUP CDSA_V24_SOURCES/SAVE disk:[directory...]*.*
Where disk:[directory] is the location where you want to restore the sources.
This will create a directory tree under disk:[directory].
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