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AIR - image contains no files at remote domain

We are using NBU 5230 Appliances (NBU 7.5) at Primary site with AIR to replicate the Oracle database images to the remote NBU 5230 Appliances (another NBU domain) using SLP.

The primary job completes successfully (shows 16GB size). The replication job completes as well but with only tiny amount of data i.e. 25K and it completes in only 15sec.

When we try restoring the database at remote site, we are unable to see the image available for restore - nothing to browse under the database.

Can you suggest what might be the problem....?

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Having spoken with Symantec,

Having spoken with Symantec, it emerged that replication is happening but the size appears very little due to high performance of deduplication achieved. Also, since the backups are taken using RMAN, hence the backup admins (told by Symantec) are not supposed to have a full view on the available images.

However, the Oracle DBA managed to restore from the DR images successfully. It still leaves me with query on why backup admin is unable to see the image available for restore - nothing to browse under the database from the Admin Console.

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Anyone?

Anyone?

Nothing comes to mind .. but

Nothing comes to mind .. but just on case please show us the SLPs and an ALL Log Entries report from each site that covers a period of duplication and import, plus the details from the duplication and import jobs (the text that appears in each job)

for the SLPs please show us the output of: nbstl -all_versions -U at each site

Thanks

Also ... Which patch level of

Also ... Which patch level of 7.5 are you at? Lots of AIR fixes for 7.5 so worth getting up to date:

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH200156

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH200177

Get up to 2.5.4 (7.5.0.7)

Accepted Solution!

Having spoken with Symantec,

Having spoken with Symantec, it emerged that replication is happening but the size appears very little due to high performance of deduplication achieved. Also, since the backups are taken using RMAN, hence the backup admins (told by Symantec) are not supposed to have a full view on the available images.

However, the Oracle DBA managed to restore from the DR images successfully. It still leaves me with query on why backup admin is unable to see the image available for restore - nothing to browse under the database from the Admin Console.

View solution in original post