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Hi. First, I copy an sqla10 log and db file from one server to another. sqla10 is running on both the old and new servers. Then, when I start sqla10 on the new server, against the db that i've just copied from the old server, I see the event viewer message, "Cannot access ch: file does not exist." Is ch a file that was part of the database, on the old server? A search on the old server for "ch.*" turns up nothing. Any thoughts/suggestions appreciated. Thanks.

asked 21 Feb '13, 18:04

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OOPS! I just discovered that "ch" is not a file, but a startup parameter (cache high) not preceded with a minus sign.

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answered 21 Feb '13, 18:13

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