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I was guided to do the following as a part of some activity in support portal.
"1. List out all the revision which are available in tar file. "
I am assuming it implies to do so by untaring all the tar file. Is this assumption correct?
Since I have a huge number of tar file, it would be very time intensive. Is there a programmatic way to do this?
Check the oak run version you are using. The check mode was introduced in later versions of oak run tool.
What did aem support recommend you. Normally a data tar file would contain segments and the revision entries would be journal.log file. What exactly were you trying to achieve
and what did support recommend you. Is there a daycare ticket you are following up with AEM support?
Jörg Hoh wrote... If the AEM supports advises you to perform some actions, and these actions do fail for an unknown reason, please ask the AEM support. This forums lacks all the context around it. kind regards;Jörg
Jörg Hoh wrote...
If the AEM supports advises you to perform some actions, and these actions do fail for an unknown reason, please ask the AEM support. This forums lacks all the context around it.
I have and am waiting a response. I was just checking if the community has some quick advice on this.
I got a reply to use the "check" mode of oak run but that throws below error:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: No enum constant org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.run.Main.Mode.CHECK
I would request you to counter ask the support team: how to do it?
I am not not sure, what exactly they have asked, but if you know the manual way, then i can help you to automate it.