Date: Wed, 9 Jul 1997 18:05:22 -0700
Reply-To: Karsten Self <kmself@PMSQUARED.COM>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Karsten Self <kmself@PMSQUARED.COM>
Subject: Recovering DSM data from log/program editor temporary files --
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Anyone out there got a bag o' tricks for recovering the contents of the
Display Manager temporary files for log, program editor, and output
windows from a crashed SAS session? Identifying which files correspond
to what function would also be somewhat helpful, though I think I've got
a handle on this.
I've tried running some naive 'tr' and 'dd' commands against the content
of a work directory, so far not much luck, though I'm starting to get
This is a last-ditch recovery need. Our MO is to create a timestamped
altlog for interactive sessions, and we have a sed-based recovery script
which does a pretty good job of extracting program statements from this
or other log files, however there are times that this standard is not
Suggestions appreciated, thanks.
>Karsten M. Self
>PM Squared, Inc.
>444 Market Street, Suite 1000
>San Francisco, CA 94111
What part of 'gestalt' don't you understand?