GammaTech Utilities

Versione: 
4.02
Data rilascio: 
Giovedì, 14 Gennaio, 1999

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Le GamaTech Utilities comprendono una serie di strumenti professionali per gestire i vostri dischi ed i vostri file:

  • ANALYZE: Offre informazioni sulla capacità del volume, le specifiche del drive, la memoria disponibile, i settori liberi, quelli corrotti, quelli corretti e da correggere in uso, i cilindri totali, le estensioni libere e lo spazio libero, il nome del volume, i settori totali, la percentuale in uso e la dimensione dei settori.
  • BEEP: Consente di specificare un suono. Offre opzioni per specificare la frequenza e la durata di uno o più beep. È possibile anche specificare un file che contiene una lista di melodie da riprodurre abbinate a frequenza/durata.
  • DISKMAP: Questa utilità offre una visualizazione grafica della configurazione di un volume FAT o HPFS. La visualizzazione codificata per colore di DiskMap identifica le aree di sistema, le aree dei file, i settori danneggiati e lo spazio libero.
  • FATOPT: Deframmenta i volumi FAT sotto OS/2, gestisce e preserva le associazioni importanti degli attributi estesi (EA) che possono perdersi utilizzando un programma di utilità per l' ottimizazione, basato sul DOS. È possibile visualizzare graficamente il processo di ottimizzazione, settore per settore, mentre l' ottimizzatore lavora. In aggiunta alla deframmentazione, FATOpt pulisce la struttura dei rami del filesystem, ottimizza lo spazio libero sul volume e consente all' utente di specificare parametri di ottimizzazione se la deframmentazione eccede un certo livello. L' utente può anche specificare l' ottimizzazione dei file EA_DATA._SF. È disponibile anche una versione per ottimizzare a linea di comando, utile per le console di manutenzione.
  • FATSORT: L' utilità FATSort ordina i rami del filesystem per nome, estensione, data o dimensione.
  • FILES UTILITY: Offre manutenzione file. I criteri di selezione estesi permettono la cancellazione, lo spostamento, la copia, un alert su variazioni di data e su funzioni attributo su più file. L' utilizzo della funzione Wipe garantisce che la cancellazione di dati sensibili non sia recuperabile.
  • FILEREC: Ripara i file danneggiati su partizioni FAT, sostituendo i settori danneggiati. I dati nel settore sono persi, ma lo spazio è riservato e l' utente può essere in grado di ricostruire il settore manualmente.
  • FILEJOIN: Offre un metodo per riunire i dati su più floppy separati nel processo di recupero.
  • GTDISK: Sei programmi di utilità in modo testo, che consentono di effettuare operazioni di recupero da un floppy o da un disco rigido
  1. BADSECTR - Marca i settori danneggiati su un disco.
  2. UNDELETE - Funzione Undelete quando quella per il Presentation Manager non è disponibile.
  3. DIRTY - Attiva o disattiva il flag che consente la lettura di un volume che è stato chiuso inappropriatamente (dirty flag), consentendone l' accesso comunque. Il 'dirty flag' dice ad OS/2 che il volume potrebbe necessitare di un controllo, operazione che normalmente si effettua con CHKDSK; il programma di utilità Dirty consente l' attivazione di questo flag quando CHKDSK non è disponibile oppure è inefficace.
  4. HPFS RECOVER - Recupera i file da un volume HPFS danneggiato. La corruzione a basso livello dei settori su un volume HPFS potrebbe portare alla perdita completa dei dati; questa utilità localizza i file sul volume HPFS senza la necessità di accedere alle strutture di basso livello, garantendo il recupero di molti dati altrimenti compromessi.
  5. PARTITION FIXUP - Ricrea un settore logico di avvio su una partizione, qualora sia stato cancellato o ridefinito.
  6. BOOT SECTOR BACKUP/RESTORE - Effettua una copia di backup dei settori di avvio di tutti i dischi fisici o di quelli logici.
  • HEXDUMP: Permette all' utente di convertire file binari in file di testo ASCII leggibili, che possono quindi essere visualizzati o editati da un qualsiasi editor di testo standard e riconvertili successivamente in formato binario.
  • HPFSOPT: Ottimizza i formati HPFS, deframmentando i file e massimizzando lo spazio libero. È possibile ottimizzare file selezionati basandosi su limiti di dimensione. L' ottimizzazione può essere effettuata automaticamente o ad intervalli specifici.
  • LD: L' utilità List Directory è una versione avanzata del comando DIR. Consente ad esempio di ordinare i rami del filesystem e di aggiungere commenti ai file.
  • MKPATH: Make Directory Path crea un percorso multi-livello sul filesystem con un comando unico.
  • REBOOT: Equivalente all' esecuzione della sequenza tasti Ctrl+ALT+Delete. In più, supporta l' opzione per la chiusura delle applicazioni Presentation Manager e la richiesta di salvataggio file eventuale prima di consentire il riavvio, per evitare la perdita accidentale di dati.
  • SEDIT: L' utilità SEdit consente di visualizzare dati esadecimali formattati nelle strutture file, incluso il settore di avvio, i blocchi HPFS superiori e riservati, le tabelle di allocazione FAT e quelle delle partizioni. L' editor di settore consente inoltre agli utenti di leggere o scrivere settori multipli da dischi esterni.
  • SENTRY: Monitora i settori di avvio, blocca i file ed effettua il backup del Desktop e dei file OS/2.INI e OS2SYS.INI ad intervalli specificati.
  • SYSINFO: Informazioni generali sul sistema, informazioni hardware e sul Presentation Manager.
  • UNDELETE: Scansiona partizioni HPFS o FAT alla ricerca di file recuperabili. È possibile combinare insieme la funzione analoga, già presente in OS/2, con quelle avanzate del programma Undelete di GammaTech, per garantire un recupero dati più efficace.
  • WHERE: Utilità a linea di comando per localizzare i file sui dischi rigidi. Funziona su volumi HPFS e FAT e supporta i nomi lunghi. I file nascosti e di sistema sono inclusi nella ricerca.
  • WIPEFREE: Il programma di utilità WipeFree consente la pulizia di tutto lo spazio libero. È inclusa l'opzione per effettuare la pulizia sicura secondo le specifiche del Dipartimento della Difesa degli Stati Uniti, così come la possibilità di cancellare lo spazio libero su volumi che sono stati formattati con funzioni rapide.

ATTENZIONE: Le funzionalità offerte da alcuni di questi programmi sono estremamente potenti e se utilizzati in modo non corretto, anche inavvertitamente, potrebbero causare perdita di dati, malfunzionamenti di programmi, esiti imprevisti o addirittura blocchi di sistema. Sebbene se ne consigli l'uso ad utenti professionisti o più che esperti, si suggerisce quindi, di leggere sempre attentamente la descrizione di tutti i parametri previsti per ciascun programma si desideri utilizzare.

Il prodotto, pur non essendo più sviluppato/aggiornato/commercializzato da tempo, è facilmente reperibile quale software "Abandonware" su numerosi siti dedicati.

 

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Installazione manuale

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GammaTech Utilities v. 4.02 (GammaTech Utilities corrective service 4.02, 14/1/1999, GammaTech Inc.)
 www.gt-online.com/gtu/gtu99014.zip  local copy
GammaTech Utilities v. 3.0 (15/7/1996, GammaTech Inc.) Readme/What's new
╔═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ ║ ║ GAMMATECH UTILITIES FOR OS/2 3.0 ║ Demonstration Version ║ ║ SofTouch Systems, Inc. ║ 1300 S. Meridan, Suite 600 ║ Oklahoma City, OK 73108 ║ Phone: (405) 947-8085 Fax: (405) 947-8169 ║ Internet: www.softouch.com CompuServe: GO SOFTOUCH ╚════════ This demonstration version of the GammaTech Utilities includes the Analyze utility, which will scan your drive for media errors and automatically mark bad sectors. The GammaTech Utilities Information object, also included, describes the use of the Analyze utility in addition to the 24 other utilities which comprise the GammaTech Utilities. To install the GammaTech Utilities demo, simply select the Install button at the right. This will launch the GTINST program which will install files on your hard drive, update the CONFIG.SYS, and create an object on your Desktop. The install program will give you an opportunity to select the drive and directory in which to install the program files, and will create the directory automatically if it does not exist. The install program will guide you through each step of the process. Since the CONFIG.SYS must be updated, you will need to reboot your machine once the installation is complete. To remove the demo, drop the folder object containing the GammaTech Utilities on the shredder, then drop the Desktop program object on the shredder.
 www.gt-online.com/gtu/g30demo1.zip  local copy
GammaTech Utilities v. 3.02 (GammaTech Utilities corrective service 3.02, 30/5/1995, GammaTech Inc.) Readme/What's new
GammaTech Utilities - 32 Bit - Version 3.02 ReadMe.Csd CSD 1995275 05/30/95 This diskette contains corrective service for the GammaTech Utilities Version 3.00. To install the corrective service, follow the procedure described on page 11 of the GammaTech Technical Reference manual. This corrective service has no prerequisite. It contains all fixes since the original base release. However, this csd will be a prerequisite for future corrective service releases. To determine if you need to apply this CSD, execute the GtLevel command from an OS/2 command prompt. If the CSD level shown there is less than this CSD level there are fixes here you may wish to install. A list of fixes and their dates are shown below. If while attempting to apply this CSD you encounter the error message pop-up with the title which reads "Base Level Invalid", it means that the version information stored in the INI files could not be found. This information was placed there during the installation of the base product, but is no longer there. You must reinstall the base product and then apply this CSD. Boot diskettes for maintenence mode may be created by making copies of the OS/2 Installation diskette and OS/2 diskette 1. You may also create them using the "Create Utility Diskettes" feature found in the "System Setup" folder. If you choose this option, you must also copy the following files to your working diskette from the \OS2\DLL directory on the boot drive: VIOCALLS.DLL and NLS.DLL These DLL's are required but not copied by the "Create Utility Diskettes" feature. Note that the SysInfo utility has a new command line switch which when used will display additional hardware information. This feature may not work properly on all hardware configurations as a result of a problem with the OS/2 Resource Manager. For more information see the documentation errata below, page 35 or the online documentation. Documentation Errata Page 25 - The Optimize HPFS utility has a new option on the dialog for "Optimization Level nn Passes". Refer to the online help for a full description of this option and when to use it. Page 35 - The customer must specifically specify that IRQ and port assignment information be displayed using the /rm switch. This feature may not function properly on all hardware configurations. To enable this feature, bring up the Settings page for the SysInfo program object and enter /rm in the Parameters section. If problems occur with this feature enabled, such as traps or system lockups, remove the /rm parameter from the Settings. Page 41 - The frequency for note C5 should be 523 instead of 423. Page 46 - The example for FatSort is in error. The starting directory must always be specified, even for the root. The example should read as follows: FATSORT D:\ -b- Page 63 - The HpfsOpt utility has several new options which may be specified on the command line or entered in the input panel. These options are described below: -px Set the maximum number of optimization passes to "x". If this parameter is not specified the maximum number of passes is determined dynamically at run time based on various volume statistics. Example: -p5 The maximum number of optimization passes is limited to 5. -xn Only those files which have file sizes greater than "n" will be selected for optimization. The default is to select files greater than 0 length for optimization. Example -x50000 -yn Only those files which have file sizes less than or equal to "n" will be selected for optimization. The default is to select files with no upper file size limit. Example -y2000000 Corrective Service List --Date-- --CSD-- Filename Description 11/26/94 1994330 n/a Base release 12/15/94 1994349 GTU349.CSD Service items on or before this date. 12/28/94 1994362 GTU362.CSD Service items on or before this date. 01/25/95 1995025 GTU512.CSD Service items on or before this date. 03/07/95 1995066 GTU513.CSD Service items on or before this date. 03/11/95 1995070 GTU514.CSD Service items on or before this date. 04/12/95 1995102 GTU515.CSD Service items on or before this date. 05/30/95 1995150 GTU516.CSD Service items on or before this date. 10/02/95 1995275 GTU95275.CSD Service items on or before this date. General 04/26/95 Enabled stack probes for all utilities. This may correct a number of intermittant and nonreproducable problems in some of the PM apps. 04/26/95 Increased the PM message que of all PM utilities from the default of 10 to 50. Reports from other developers seem to indicate that the default of 10 is not adequate and can result in a number of unusual problems. Analyze 12/14/94 Increased stack size from 16384 to 49152 to correct SYS3171 on large FAT volumes. 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 03/11/95 Increase stack space for threads from 32768 to 49152 to correct trap due to insufficient stack space. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. Beep 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. DiskMap 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 03/11/95 Increase stack space from 16384 to 32768 to correct trap due to insufficient stack space. 04/08/95 Made various changes to support HPFS volumes converted from FAT by Partition Magic. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. FatOpt 12/09/94 Sector numbers in message text were decimal and are now hex. 12/14/94 Increased stack size from 8192 to 49152 as a preventive measure. 12/28/94 Added debug trace options to isolate and correct a trap occuring on a small number of customer systems. This trap appeared to be occuring in the directory sort logic and may have been a result of a compiler inconsistancy. 12/28/94 The beeps sounded when the optimizer completes will no longer be performed when the unattended switch is used. 03/11/95 Added additional debug logic for Redetermine Media. 03/11/95 Corrected problem where Redetermine Media was not being called at end of optimization. This is a serious error. It can result in loss of data or corrupted volumes if reboot is not done prior to writing to the optimized volume. 04/08/95 Recompiled and linked using the Warp toolkit which apparantly corrects a trap during directory processing. 05/29/95 Corrected defect where FatOpt could lockup processing volumes with near 64K clusters due to an error in the screen display routine. This error would not cause data loss since it would occur in the analysis phase. 08/08/95 Increased stack size to 128K 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. FatSort 12/14/94 Increased stack size from 8192 to 49152 as a preventive measure. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. FileJoin 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. FileRec 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. Files 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. 09/16/95 Corrected problem where the selected file count was not being decremented for attribute and timestamp functions. GtDisk 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. HexDump 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. HpfsOpt 03/25/95 Correct problem where archived attribute was being set on after a file was optimized which originally had its attribute bit off. 03/25/95 Correct problem where files which were optimized had their case forced to lower case. The optimized file now has the same filename case as the original file. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. 08/31/95 Statistics on very large volumes regarding volume capacity and available space are now provided in sectors instead of bytes. This corrects the problem where these statistics were in error due to overflow. 08/31/95 Added parameters to allow specification of maximum number of optimization passes (-px); minimum file size of selected files (-xn); and maximum file size of selected files (-yn). LD 12/28/94 If comments are to be placed on a separate line (/DW) then the comments will be indented 3 spaces for readability. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. Optimize 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 01/09/95 Correct problem where selected drives were not being saved across executions, making "timed defrag" pretty much useless across system boots. 01/09/95 Added feature to allow the "timed defrag" option to be set for execution at a specific time of day as well as on an interval basis. The Optimize help files have been updated for this feature also. 01/24/95 Added feature to save the current execution priority setting so that the customer selected priority will be the default on future executions. 02/16/95 Correct problem where, when multiple drives are selected, all drives are analyzed but only the last drive is optimized. Besides correcting this problem, this fix prevents the interactive analyze feature from being selected if more than one drive is selected. i.e. the customer can press the Optimize button but not the Analyze button if more than one drive is selected. If only one drive is selected, Analyze and Optimize are enabled. 03/25/95 Correct problem where archived attribute was being set on after a file was optimized which originally had its attribute bit off. 03/25/95 Correct problem where files which were optimized had their case forced to lower case. The optimized file now has the same filename case as the original file. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. 08/31/95 Statistics on very large volumes regarding volume capacity and available space are now provided in sectors instead of bytes. This corrects the problem where these statistics were in error due to overflow. 09/01/95 Add option to dialog to permit limitation of the maximum number or optimization passes. SEdit 01/02/95 Correct problem where autoformat incorrectly identifies a Master Boot Record as a Logical Boot Record when no primary partition is defined on the physical disk. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. Sentry 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. Sysinfo 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. 09/16/95 Enable resource manager logic via a new /rm switch. This allows the customer to obtain additional specific hardware information. Some systems may trap with this option as a result of a bug in the OS/2 resource manager. Undelete 01/02/95 Correct "Help Not Available" error on initialization when the source directory name contains embedded blanks. 04/08/95 Increased all stack sizes to 32K to eliminate traps. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. Where 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. WipeFree 04/18/95 Additional messages are now displayed if the wipe operation fails due to a write or write verification error on FAT volumes. 04/26/95 Additional messages are now displayed if the wipe operation fails due to a write error on HPFS or FAT volumes. 08/31/95 Utilize new GammaTech library routines. 09/16/95 Correct problem where WipeFree could attempt to run past the end of the volume on HPFS drives.
 www.gt-online.com/gtu/gtu95275.zip  local copy
GammaTech Utilities v. 2.10.1 (14/10/1993, GammaTech Inc.) Readme/What's new
GammaTech Utilities - 32 Bit ReadMe.Doc Version 2.10.1 If you are replacing a previous version of the GammaTech Utilities you should drag the old GammaTech Folder Icon to the Shredder before continuing with this installation. In order to achieve the maximum backup protection for your hard disk you should review the documentation regarding the Boot Sector Backup feature of the GTDisk utility and perform the backup function to save copies of your existing boot sectors. In addition, the Sentry utility provides backup capabilities for your OS/2 INI files and the Desktop directory. The options flags for the LD command have changed significantly. If you are replacing and earlier version and have set the LDEFAULT environment variable you must review the new option flags and alter the LDEFAULT settings accordingly. The GammaTech Utilities are distributed with online documentation. To view the online documentation, double click on the information icon found in the GammaTech folder. The following icons should appear in the GammaTech folder created at installation time: Analyze - The PM Analyze utility. Attribute - The PM Attribute utility. Delete - The PM file delete utility. FAT-Opt - The FAT Optimizer utility. Find - The PM file find utility. Disk-Util - The GammaTech Disk utility. Information - The documentation file. Sentry - Boot sector monitor and File lock utility. Sysinfo - Display system information. HPFS-Opt - The PM HPFS Optimizer. UnDelete - Undelete. A utility command file is provided in the GammaTech directory which will rebuild the GammaTech Folder and program icons should they become damaged or lost. To execute the command file, change to the GammaTech directory and enter MAKEICON from an OS/2 command prompt. Documentation errata: Page 26 - Sentry Add the following paragraph at the bottom of the page: For the Backup Desktop option to function properly if your OS/2 boot volume is HPFS format, the backup directory must also be HPFS. If your boot volume is FAT, the backup directory can be FAT or HPFS. Generally, floppy disk drives are not suitable for automated backup. Page 29 - Sentry Line 2 which reads: REM C:\DESKTOP DESKOLD Should read as follows: REN C:\DESKTOP DESKOLD Page 43 - FATOpt The following paragraph should be inserted after the 3rd paragraph on page 43: If the FatOpt executable file (FATOPT.EXE) resides on the drive to be optimized, you must copy it to another volume or to a floppy diskette and execute it from there. Page 44 - FATSort The following paragraphs should be inserted before the warning at the bottom of the page: The FatSort utility must be able to obtain exclusive access to the drive being sorted. No other programs may be running with open files on the drive including executable files. If the drive to be sorted is the OS/2 boot drive you must boot OS/2 from floppy disk to sort the directories on it. If the FatSort executable file (FATSORT.EXE) resides on the drive to be sorted, you must copy it to another volume or to a floppy diskette and execute it from there. Compatability notes: Using Stacker for OS/2 with the GammaTech Utilities. The FAT Optimizer will not optimize a stacked volume and may report nonexistant errors if attempted. Stacker provides utilities to optimize stacked volumes and those utilities should be used instead of the GammaTech FAT Optimizer. Early versions of the Stacker device drivers did not fully support the low level DosDevIOCtl functions to read and write sectors for stacked volumes. If you are running with the older STAC drivers you may experience system lockups or trap errors when attempting to run the GammaTech Analyze or Sentry utilities on a stacked volume. The trap error can be identified if the Analyze or Sentry window simply disappears when running against a stacked volume. Stac Electronics has new drivers to correct these problems. Stacker is a registered trademark of Stac Electronics. Corrective Service: The following items are corrections made in version 2.10.1. Manual - Added errata to the readme.doc file for the printed documentation. Added additional documentation to the IPF doc, the readme file, and the printed manual regarding using FatOpt and FatSort on the boot volume or the volume where the executable files reside. Analyze - Corrected problem where Analyze on 12 bit FAT volumes would report bad sectors which are marked bad as being owned by a subdirectory or file data. Analyze - Correct problem where cluster numbers of bad sectors was reported in error. Attribute - Corrected overlay of minimized icon. FatOpt - Corrected problem where FatOpt terminates with a message: Out of memory building directories. FatOpt - Corrected problem where FatOpt terminates with several Message File Not Found messages when run in a constrained environment such as when booting from floppy disk. FatOpt - Corrected problem where FatOpt reports cross linked files but chkdsk finds no problem. FatOpt - Corrected problem where FatOpt computed last cluster on volume incorrectly resulting in Lost Allocation Unit Found message. FatOpt - FatOpt now appends to an existing log file as opposed to overwriting it. FatOpt - Correct problem where one cannot gain exclusive use of the volume after erroneously specifying the log file to be placed on the same volume being optimized. Find - Corrected the online documemtaion regarding the log file and ability to edit files in the list. Sentry - Correct "Error Backing up Desktop" error. An incorrect desktop name is shown in the message. The error occurs on systems which have more than one workareas defined. We now determine the desktop name in a more reliable manner. Undelete - The "too many files" dialog OK button was not the default so that Enter would not continue. Mouse click was required.
 winworldpc.com/download/82be1aad-4321-11eb-b764-0200008a0da4/from/c3ae6ee2-8099-713d-3411-c3a6e280947e
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