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Old 09-20-2011, 01:09 AM
"Smithies, Russell"
Default reading vdump files?

I have a lot of data in some vdump files backed up from a Tru64 system that I now need to recover to a Centos server.
We no longer have any servers running Tru64, is there any way to extract/convert them on a “standard” linux system?
Ideally converting in bulk to a tar would do.
Any ideas?
Russell Smithies



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