> -----Original Message-----
> From: mi400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx / Dave McKenzie
> Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 10:27 AM
>
> Actually the source in undelsrc.zip is the RISC source.  However, you
> can't just compile it to get a running pgm.  You have to modify a
> machine instruction with SST.

Maybe that's why I was getting the error I reported (TOL0011 "Invalid
relative record #")?  Are you modifying the domain bit/byte?

<snip>
>
> I originally made the number only 5 digits out of paranoia that people
> would tie their machines in knots scanning for billions of records
> interactively.  But as I get older, I get more libertarian, so what the
> heck!

You know what I always say, give me the liberty of "burning" the CPU and
I'll take the heat!

Well, just so you know, when we tried this out yesterday, it went through
99999 records in a blink of an eye.  Hmmm, the first iteration takes a few
seconds, but when I exit UNDEL, and run it again on the same file, it's
seemingly instantaneous.

> Let me look into this.

Much appreciated, Dave!

db


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