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backup issue

Discussion in 'TSM Client' started by Bharanij, Sep 5, 2016.

  1. Bharanij

    Bharanij ADSM.ORG Member

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    Hi guys,

    iam facing some issue pls advice

    09/03/16 01:30:07 ANS1228E Sending of object '/disk/data.dmp' failed.
    09/03/16 01:30:07 ANS4007E Error processing '/disk/data.dmp': access to the object is denied
    09/03/16 01:30:26 ANS1228E Sending of object '/disk/dbdata.dmp' failed.
    09/03/16 01:30:26 ANS4007E Error processing '/disk/dbdata.dmp': access to the object is denied
     
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  3. LED888

    LED888 ADSM.ORG Moderator

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    Is this a schedule backup or a manual backup?

    If its a schedule backup, attempt a manual back to see if the results are the same.
    If the manual backup work, then the schedule daemon does not have enough permission to backup the file.


    Good Luck,
    Sias
     
  4. Bharanij

    Bharanij ADSM.ORG Member

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    my backup was working fine till i change the path of directory. what to check

    Note : this is schedule backup
     
  5. LED888

    LED888 ADSM.ORG Moderator

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    Attempt a manual backup to see if the results are the same.

    Good Luck,
    Sias
     
  6. mapple

    mapple ADSM.ORG Member

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    Like Led888 already said but you can also in meantime or at same time do ls -ltr /previous_path and then ls -ltr /current_path and compare them (just to verify that rights are on same level...).
     

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