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Anything more would be even less readable! Could it be that the program is expecting a different byte ordering? Might it be possible that the 2-byte field-length indicator is missing? It is pointing to some other byte position in the record. Due to the use of the wildcard insert on the target table, I suspect that FastLoad is not processing the row correctly on the data for the Unicode columns.
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Teradata Tools and Utilities – Linux Installation Package
Read the guidelines on posting. But you are right that I just provided the individual field snippet above showing a field descriptor of octal 14 decimal.
I don’t know if there’s any way to load “wrong” endian data. Cheers, Raja K Thaw My wiki: What I want to do is run a Fast Export of the form. Raja K Thaw My wiki: In what format is the data?
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Anything more would be even less readable! Welcome to the Teradata Forums. Okay, I know this might be a pain, but maybe there are a few other things that can be done to figure this out. I am just curious if you make any change manually while moving from unix to linux Fsstload to the use of the wildcard insert on the target table, I suspect that FastLoad is not processing the row correctly on the data for the Unicode columns.
Saeed Khurram posts CarlosAL. Having said that, please read on in order to determine if there are ways to narrow this down.
I would like to see the entire output of the FastLoad job. But then all our integer fields would not load properly You must sign in to leave a comment. The table definitions differ: You must sign in to teradsta a comment. Where is the data coming from? I can’t provide any sample data records as they include binary data – unless there’s a way of attaching a file to the forum?
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The partial dump above shows a 2-byte length of 14 16 octalbut I am not sure if that snippet is the record, or just the field. FastLoad will see gastload there is a VARCHAR, and will read the first 2 bytes of the field, expecting it to be the field length, and if it is instead the data, then the interpretation will be incorrect.
In the meantime, check your. It would probably help as well to see the FastExport script, just to make sure there is nothing strange going on there either.
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This is probably related to AIX using big-endian while your Linux box is little-endian. I can get the failing one to work if I list a subset of the columns or unload the VARCHAR column as fixed length but it’s frustrating to have to fiddle about like this!
So, fastlkad fully diagnose this, I need to see: Might it be possible that the 2-byte linyx indicator is missing? Are you sure you are providing the correct amount of data for the Unicode columns?
Where do you spot that field length in the above file dump? Fload the data files to tables fails with error on linux: I also would like to see info that Steve request.