Details: NB 4.5_FP6, Sun 250 w/ Solaris 5.8
I think this may have been addressed before, but I didn't see it in the
saved messages I have. Apologies if this is a rehash.
I am trying to restore some files that are from imported tapes from
another NB system (version unknown). Both the first and second imports
of the tapes were run successfully.
However, when I start the restore, only some of the files restore, and
then it bombs out with the following messages, here is the output from
the Activity Monitor "Details":
Error bptm - (pid=xxxxx) UTF - /backup/gimantis/gimal1.dmp.gz
<...repeated for additional files...>
Error bptm (pid=xxxxx) More than 10 files were not restored.
Warning bprd (pix=yyyyy) Restore must be resumed prior to first image
expiration on INFINITY
and then reported to the restore log window:
Status of image restore failed, network connection timed out.
The BPTM log shows (multiple times for each file not restored):
10:50:07.825  <2> getsockconnected: host=crook.hq.ask.com
service=bpcd address=10.0.0.28 protocol=tcp reserved port=13782
10:50:07.825  <2> getsockconnected: Connect to crook.hq.ask.com
on port 664
10:50:07.825  <2> logconnections: BPCD CONNECT FROM 10.0.0.28.664
10:50:07.826  <2> wait_for_sigcld: waiting for child to exit,
timeout is 300
10:50:08.626  <2> getsockconnected: host=crook service=bpjobd
address=10.0.0.28 protocol=tcp non-reserved port=13723
10:50:08.631  <2> logconnections: BPJOBD CONNECT FROM
10.0.0.28.39700 TO 10.0.0.28.13723 10:50:08.640  <2> job_connect:
Connected to the host crook contype 10 jobid <60272> socket <6>
10:50:08.640  <2> set_job_details: Done
10:50:08.641  <2> job_monitoring: Timeout cut off was tv_sec =
1099072215, tv_usec = 641002
10:50:08.736  <2> job_monitoring: ACK disconnect
10:50:08.736  <2> job_disconnect: Disconnected
10:50:08.786  <16> write_pl_messages: The following files/folders
were not restored:
I have tried restoring the files one by one, but that didn't seem to
help; the restore bombs out at different places in the file and doesn't
seem really consistent (i.e., bombing out at the same place and/or on
the same file). I have also added CLIENT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT=600 and
CLIENT_READ_TIMEOUT=600 to the client bp.conf as directed in the
Troubleshooting Guide, but that hasn't seemed to change anything. I have
also tried the "bpclntcmd" to test the connection, but it returns as it
Thanks, as always!
Kevin Freels kfreels AT askjeeves DOT com
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