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How to Upload a Dump File
If you need information on how to create a dump file, read this page.
Zipping the dump file using 7zip
- Choose a file name for the zipped archive file you are going to upload. Your archive file name should contain the date and the ticket number. For example, if your ticket number was 100 and today’s date was March 12, 2016, your archive file name would be:
- Zip the dump file. This example assumes your dump file is still on your dump partition and that your dump partition is drive letter o: and the archive file name is as described above.
7za a Ticket100-20160312-dump.7z o:\dumpdata.001
Uploading the dump file
- If using a command line FTP client, be sure to start this process from the directory in which the 7z archive file is located.
- Upload the 7z archive file to the Arca Noae FTP server (ftp.arcanoae.com). The login credentials are:
Password: <Your email address>
Note that this is a write-only login. You will not be able to read files or do directory listings.
[F:\tmp]ftp ftp.arcanoae.com IBM TCP/IP for OS/2 - FTP Client ver 15:45:02 on Mar 19 2004 Connected to 2rosenthals.com. 220-Welcome, visitor. 220- 220-Enjoy your session! 220- 220 FtpServer ready Name (ftp.arcanoae.com): firstname.lastname@example.org 331 Send e-mail address as password. Password: ................. 230 Login OK. ftp> bin 200 OK ftp> put Ticket100-20160312-dump.7z 200 Data port set 150 OK, opening data connection. Sent 15671423 bytes 226 Transfer complete, closing data connection. local: Ticket100-20160312-dump.7z remote: Ticket100-20160312-dump.7z 15671423 bytes sent in 284 seconds (55 Kbytes/s) ftp> bye 221 Goodbye.