CASEVision/ClearCase Concepts Guide. a high-level discussion of product features. CASEVision/ClearCase User’s Guide and Administration Guide. collections. Administrator’s Guide: Rational ClearCase document and related documents introduce several key concepts— including native mode, mixed mode, domain. ClearCase is a comprehensive software configuration management system. .. In addition to this manual, the CASEVision™/ClearCase Concepts Guide, the.

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A shared derived object has two parts: Installation instructions, release notes, and supplementary technical notes are also provided in the ClearCase. Here is a simple procedure for setting up a shared view: Each VOB storage directory and view storage directory has a. Such files are annotated with [checkedout] in the lsprivate output, as shown above.

Invoking these procedures periodically controls the growth of these data structures. Build Auditing and Configuration Records.

Developers need not be concerned with multiple-view issues when building software on the non-ClearCase host. The lock command accepts an optional exception list, specifying users for whom the object will not be locked. It extends the UNIX file system, allowing you to access any version of an element directly, using a version-extended pathname.

A VOB or view can have auxiliary data storage on hosts where ClearCase is not installed; such storage is accessed through standard symbolic links. You can restore a view to a new location, on the same host or on another host.


The default size is bytes Kb.

Heuristic Guess Was Right 66 Case 2: The ideal location for such pools is a robust file server, with a large capacity and frequent, reliable data backups. For example, a host might have an entry in its file system table that begins: It is particularly useful for deleting automatically-created derived object versions that are no longer needed.

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Figure illustrates how registries mediate access to ClearCase data structures. No error occurs if either of these user-supplied files does not exist. Moving a conceptss does not modify the. Moreover, they are restricted to using the element versions selected by the specified view.

Chapter 1. CASEVision/ClearCase Tutorial: Developing a `Hello World’ Program

The echo commands display the process number of the current shell, showing that a new shell process has been created. If a file is checked-out, changing the access mode of the element does not affect the mode of the view-private file which is the checked-out version.

Use lsvob to determine the pathname: Macintosh is a registered trademark of Cincepts Computer, Inc. FrameMaker is a registered trademark of Frame technology, Inc. Each host has a local passwd 4 and group 4 file.



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If a view storage directory threatens to fill up its disk partition, you can move its. Occasional View Maintenance This chapter presents step-by-step dasevision for a variety of view-maintenance tasks.

The View as Shared Resource. User-Level Access to ClearCase Data Locking Type Objects As an administrator, you will often find it useful to lock type objects; this prevents changes to the instances of those types.

Clear Case Concepts and Terminology

Users have individual or shared work areas, viewseach of which has a private data storage area. There are access-control issues to be addressed if 1 the prospective users of the VOB do not all belong to the same group, and 2 non-group members are to be prohibited from accessing data. Remove the old release area—When all hosts have been reinstalled, you can remove the old release area. You cannot simply move the VOB database directory db to another host. A derived object data container holds the file system data typically, binary data of one DO, created during clearmake or clearaudit execution.