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TransErrno: Unexpected error from open, errno = 62

Discussion in 'Backup / Archive Discussion' started by dbias1601, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. dbias1601

    dbias1601 New Member

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    Hello,

    Backups are failing on a node with the following error:

    08/05/12 23:01:11 TransErrno: Unexpected error from open, errno = 62
    08/05/12 23:01:13 ANS1028S An internal program error occurred.
    08/05/12 23:01:13 ANS1512E Scheduled event 'DAILY_INCR1' failed. Return code = 12.


    I have seen a couple of other threads relating to TransErrno (albeit with different error codes) that have not seen resolution. Does anyone have any idea where to start looking to resolve this?

    Platform: Linux86
    Client OS Level: 2.6.26-2-
    Client Version: Version 5, release 5, level 0.0
     
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  3. drivechip

    drivechip Member

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    There are several IBM ICs regarding TransErrno. Maybe you want to update your TSM client first to the most recent 5.5 maintenance level.
     
  4. dbias1601

    dbias1601 New Member

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    sorry if this sounds stupid bu what do you mean ICs?

    I have seen a few other articles and threads but relating to TransErrno but they all seem to relate to other errno values or are inconclusive.

    Was hoping to avoid it but I guess client update is they way to go

    thanks anyway!
     
  5. drivechip

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    I would highly recommend to update your client. Any x.x.0.0 versions usually contains a log of bugs. Its easier to do an upgrade and then troubleshooting instead of troubleshooting a version which has a lot of know bugs with TransErrno.
     
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