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Oracle Backup Failures

Discussion in 'TSM Client' started by jkslider, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. jkslider

    jkslider New Member

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    Hi All,

    I am an assistant TSM Admin, who was approached by a member of our Windows Team yesterday with a question on an Oracle Backup Failing Daily.

    The client is a Windows Server @ 2000, with the TSM 5.3.6 running on it.

    The TSM Server is running on a RS6000 and is @ version 5.4.3.

    The problem they are having is that while backing up some Oracled data files, the are receiving the following two messages:

    12/14/2008 04:14:33 ANS1228E Sending of object '\\bjhcamgi01\e$\backup\CMORLOB1.DBF' failed
    12/14/2008 04:14:33 ANS4009E Error processing '\\bjhcamgi01\e$\backup\CMORLOB1.DBF': disk full condition

    When researching these two ANS messages, it looks as though they are related to restores and not a backup.

    We have plenty of space on the TSM Server Side in our storage pools, so I don't see this being on the TSM Server side.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  3. moon-buddy

    moon-buddy Moderator

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    If the database is open, TSM cannot backup the file successfully thus the failure.

    Are you not using TDP for Database?
     
  4. jkslider

    jkslider New Member

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    Ed,

    I will check with the WDS team, I am not sure how they have the client setup, we do not have access to the Windows Servers.
     

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