lookup and SRS5, part two

Martin Hilbers mph at dl.ac.uk
Tue Jul 8 07:51:38 EST 1997

Guy Bottu wrote:
> It goes wrong however when you ask for the output. The entry names of
> the retrieved sequences are correct, but you get often a wrong
> definition and database name (e.g. EM_OR instead of EM_VI) or an error
> message "* ERROR * end of file encountered". Has the format of the index
> *_id.idx that points to the location of the databank entries changed ?

Hi Guy,

Just a wild guess..
I once had something which gave similar errors, when I had srs4 running
on two machines, with their indices on a shared disk. I had managed to
the order of the database sections different in the .sdl files for
those machines, so while it worked perfectly on one machine, it gave 
errors similar to the ones you got on the other machine.. 
So maybe that making sure that the order of the various sections is 
the same in the .i and the .sdl file can solve that problem...


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