Subject Re: [ib-support] Interbase on Linux
Author Helen Borrie
At 12:10 AM 01-12-01 -0500, you wrote:
> > Using the gbak belonging to the original database, with the -t[ransportable] option:
> >
> > gbak -b -t x:\path\mydb.gdb x:\path\backup\mydb.gbk
> >
> > then, using the gbak belonging to the new platform:
> >
> > gbak -c /usr/databases/backup/mydb.gbk /usr/databases/mydb.gdb
>All I have is the original .gdb file... I don't have a .gbk file. When I tried the above syntax (with the addition of the username sysdba and password), I get:
>Cannot open backup file.


1. At what point do you receive this message?

2. What version of InterBase or Firebird was used to create the original .gdb file?

3. Do you have access to the original environment (platform, version) in which this database was created?


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