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unable to open unload file 'system.unload\dbdict.unl' in read mode

Experts,

I had done the system load in the past, but today while trying to do system load, i am getting the error as in screenshot.

File load error.JPG

Tried removing the dbdict.unl file from the system unload directory, but still it is showing up the dbdict.unl related error.

Any suggestions.

 

Thx

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The commands I am running in the admin mode from the cmd line,

from psh, .\sm.exe -system_load -system_directory: <path to unload file> 

If I try to load individual unload file , it loads successfully. I cannot continute doing that as there are more than 1000+ unload objects in the folder

Individual file loading is done with the below command, i was able to load dbdict.unl file successfully.

.\sm.exe file.load <path to unload file .unl> NULL NULL winnt -bg

 

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From your screenshot, it looks like you passed the sysyem load command, the path to a single file instead ot the path to the folder containing all the unload files.

Have a look at https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/doc/KM835446 for examples.

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