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Handy NetBackup Links 0 Kudos Reply Please forgive me, I am new RCBrown_DKH Level 4 ‎05-04-2012 06:55 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email In the meantime, please confirm O/S on Master and Client. Attachment Products Subscribe to Article Search Survey Did this article answer your question or resolve your issue? Judy posted something a while back, so we might hear something from her later. Source

CONTINUATION: - An abort request is preventing anything except termination actions. Powered by Blogger. luca72m Level 3 ‎11-19-2010 03:12 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Hi, I have a problem trying Initiate backups either from the master server or directly at the SQL console, and launch all restore operations directly from the SQL console. 0 Kudos Reply Contact Privacy Policy Terms &

Netbackup Bprd Unable To Write Progress Log

Which OS on master server? You may also refer to the English Version of this knowledge base article for up-to-date information. I've got VERBOSE = 5 in the bp.conf file. Elapsed time = 926(926) seconds.

If backup is initiated from the Master, the job will run as the user starting the NetBackup Client Service. CONTINUATION: - An abort request is preventing anything except termination actions. Does the capitalization make big difference? Go to Solution Error bprd (pid=23535) Unable to write progress log

Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  VOX : Backup and Recovery : NetBackup : UNABLE TO WRITE PROGRESS LOG VOX : Backup and Recovery : NetBackup : UNABLE Any help would be great. I started the individual backups at 9:36am on 5/14 and all completed sucessfully. Policy=server_policy1 Sched=server_scheduleError bprd(pid=236) CLIENT fileserver POLICYserver_policy1 SCHEDserver_schedule EXIT STATUS 12 (file openfailed)However backup is successful if i remove the -L switch i.e.C:\"Program Files"\VERITAS\NetBackup\bin\bpbackup -cserver_policy1 -s server_schedule -S NBMASTER -t 13 t:\Master

Sorry, we couldn't post your feedback right now, please try again later. CALL US: 1 (866) 837-4827 Solutions Unstructured Data Growth Multi-Vendor Hybrid Cloud Healthcare Government Products Backup and Recovery Business Continuity Storage Management Information Governance Products A-Z Services Education Services Business Critical Go to Solution SQL backup of BES RCBrown_DKH Level 4 ‎05-03-2012 01:25 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate At 9:41amI started a whole backup which failed.

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Thank You! his explanation Please tell how this It is fine to let successful backup run, then try the one that fails. Netbackup Bprd Unable To Write Progress Log Labels: 7.1.x and Earlier Backing Up Backup and Recovery NetBackup SQL 0 Kudos Reply 1 Solution Accepted Solutions Accepted Solution! Unable To Write Progress Log

All rights reserved. this contact form error.docx ‏1058 KB Labels: 7.1.x and Earlier Backing Up Backup and Recovery Best Practice Installing NetBackup Troubleshooting Windows Server (2003-2008) 2 Kudos Reply 5 Replies Check DNS lookups. Elapsed time = 61(2) seconds 14:02:55 INF - Backup by SYSTEM on client crpvsqlsmhn.central.nychhc.org using policy SQL_CRPVSQLSMHN_PICIS_TRNXLOG, sched Default-Application-Backup:the requested operation was successfully completed INF - Thread has been closed for Policy=Servers.MSSQL Sched=NONE 09:42:22.152 [26524.32744] <2> job_monitoring_exex: ACK disconnect 09:42:22.152 [26524.32744] <2> job_disconnect: Disconnected 09:42:22.152 [26524.32744] <16> bkarfiles: Unable to write progress log on client earth4.

On master, run: bppllist -U (path is /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd on Unix/Linux master) Please also share backup script(s) used on the client for individual piece and full instance. INF - OPERATION #6 of batch C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\DbExt\MsSql\SQL_CRPVSQLSMHN_TRXLOG.bch FAILED with STATUS 1 (0 is normal). Policy=xxxxxxx _ALL_4WEEK_NOREP_ORA Sched=NONE  02/17/2014 17:20:09 - Error bprd (pid=123044) CLIENT solebay.corp.acxiom.net POLICY xxxxxxx _ALL_4WEEK_NOREP_ORA SCHED NONE EXIT STATUS 130 (system error occurred)    Looking at bprd, the process which we communicate with initially after have a peek here The difference in backup behaviour is how job is initiated.

View solution in original post 0 Kudos Reply 8 Replies Some tech note with the Nicolai Moderator Partner Trusted Advisor ‎05-02-2014 09:10 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to CALL US: 1 (866) 837-4827 Solutions Unstructured Data Growth Multi-Vendor Hybrid Cloud Healthcare Government Products Backup and Recovery Business Continuity Storage Management Information Governance Products A-Z Services Education Services Business Critical I have found references to both EARTH4 and earth4 in bprd log.

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ERR - Error in GetCommand: 0x80770004. Check if you can create a blank progress log file (c:\backuplog.txt) manually. 0 Kudos Reply Re: UNABLE TO WRITE PROGRESS LOG Ifran Level 3 ‎06-03-2008 10:24 PM Options Mark as New If it is not updated by either the client or the master the backup job will either fail or timeout.    [[email protected] logs]# more 27671.0.1392659836  Backup started Mon Feb 17 17:57:16 dbclient.txt ‏18 KB 0 Kudos Reply Can we get bprd log on the Marianne Moderator Partner Trusted Advisor Accredited Certified ‎05-14-2012 07:50 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to

Am monitoring Damisi Level 6 Certified ‎08-22-2014 01:48 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Thank you will. In the case where we can write the progress log, and a status 48 is returned, that means we couldn't resolve the host name to in order to initiate the write. Do they work? Check This Out What type of backup?

Double-check storage unit properties, then check on media server that the STU path is on a separate filesystem/mount point. Error Message  The activity monitor suggests that we are seeing the job fail because we cannot write to the necessary progress log on the client:    02/17/2014 17:20:09 - Error bprd Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  VOX : Backup and Recovery : NetBackup : Error bprd VOX : Backup and Recovery : NetBackup : Error bprd Subscribe to It turns out that we already had patch 6.5.1A installed.

Did not work 0 Kudos Reply Re: UNABLE TO WRITE PROGRESS LOG 447608179 Level 2 ‎06-05-2008 07:30 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email These would be either: a) a bppl command run to create or update a policy, or b) a call through nbconsole - which I believe would either then go to admin Backups will fail if directory is present and oracle user does not have write access. Usually <16> indicate a error where Netbackup can't continue.

Policy=OR-ORL-ODI-BDD-FI-TD Sched=NONE 12/3/2013 2:45:54 PM - Error bprd(pid=8984) CLIENT DZORRPL22.intranet.hyproc POLICY OR-ORL-ODI-BDD-FI-TD SCHED NONE EXIT STATUS 48 (client hostname could not be found)" The 'progress.log' is written on the client when and it uses the default dir for register log. Update: One more - titled "Using VERITAS NetBackup for Oracle the RMAN backup fails with status 130" http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH20785 RMAN backup failure - Status 130 (system error occurred) - can't become user They really have no choice! 0 Kudos Reply Thanks for the update.

For me netbackup finds a bad character (A) in folder on client earth4. CONTINUATION: - System detected error, operation aborted. The remote connection is from BPRD > VNETD - PBX > BPCD.

I'm assuming that for some reason, NBU and Oracle are not communicating as they should, but I'm having difficulty nailing down where the disconnect might be. If so, change the NetBackup Client Service logon account to the oracle user. Tell us what time each one was started. (Just makes reading logs easier). It has to do with the way in which NBU interprets paths in a 'Unix' format.