Landshark demo : "Unable to identify platform" sent back by hostchecker

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I wanted to execute java -jar hostchecker.jar in my Landshark Linux source environment to see
what happens to be able to explain in advance to my customer what he will have to do...

 and I received "Unable to identify platform" message.
Is it normal ? Should I miss something ?

Thanks for your help
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Hey Marie, the target and source run on CentOS, that's why you see the message. I would use the legacy host checker which is already in /u01/app/toolkit on both the Source and Target.
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Thanks Adam,

I tried to look for a legacy hostchecker in /u01/app/toolkit without success
but I am not sure about what I am looking for...a perl script hostchecker as it was before ?
I see only hostchecker.jar files in all the <Delphix_common_xx> directory.
Which filename should I look for to get legacy host checker in /u01/app/toolkit ?
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[delphix@linuxtarget ~]$ ls -la /u01/app/hostchecker/chkHost.pl
-rwxrwxr-x 1 delphix oinstall 75074 Jul 21 21:50 /u01/app/hostchecker/chkHost.pl

you would execute it as follows:
/u01/app/hostchecker/chkHost.pl source oracle
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Thanks a lot Adam.

Marie
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No problem! Glad to see it getting good use!