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Backup fails because of (41) network connection timed out.

Backup fails because of (41) network connection timed out.

Backup for the same client is completing successfully with other policy.

Please help me on this.

Logged in to the server and found the below details,

$ hostname
hpasgmt2
$ cd /usr/openv/netbackup/bin
$ cat version
NetBackup-HP-UX11.00 5.1MP6
$ uname -a
HP-UX hpasgmt2 B.11.23 U ia64 0083832886 unlimited-user license
$

From BPCD logs,

01:57:45.461 [17216] <2> bpcd main: <---- NetBackup 5.1 0 ------------initiated
01:57:45.461 [17216] <2> bpcd exit_bpcd: exit status 45  ----------->exiting


Exit Status 45 means, from Netbackup statuscode refguide:

NetBackup status code: 45
Message: request attempted on a non reserved port
Explanation: A try was made to access a client from a non-reserved port.
Recommended Action: Verify that the latest software is installed on the client
and server.

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From BPCD logs of server,

00:03:46.171 [9086] <2> bpcd main: fork cmd = /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpbkar bpbkar32 -r 1209600 -ru root -dt 0 -to 0 -bpstart_time 1463007916 -clnt hyperiontest -class APP_FS_HYPERION_TEST -sched Daily_Diff -st INCR -bpstart_to 300 -bp
end_to 300 -read_to 14400 -blks_per_buffer 512 -use_otm -fso -b hyperiontest_1463007614 -kl 8 -use_ofb
00:03:46.171 [9086] <2> bpcd main: filter type = -1
00:03:46.171 [9086] <2> bpcd main: backuptime before fork = 0
00:03:46.173 [9086] <2> bpcd exit_bpcd: exit status 0  ----------->exiting
00:03:46.179 [9097] <2> bpcd main: Converting args string into an argv
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: Done converting args string into an argv
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[0] = /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpbkar
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[1] = bpbkar32
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[2] = -r
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[3] = 1209600
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[4] = -ru
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[5] = root
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[6] = -dt
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[7] = 0
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[8] = -to
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[9] = 0
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[10] = -bpstart_time
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[11] = 1463007916
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[12] = -clnt
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[13] = hyperiontest
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[14] = -class
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[15] = APP_FS_HYPERION_TEST
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[16] = -sched
00:03:46.180 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[17] = Daily_Diff
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[18] = -st
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[19] = INCR
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[20] = -bpstart_to
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[21] = 300
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[22] = -bpend_to
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[23] = 300
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[24] = -read_to
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[25] = 14400
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[26] = -blks_per_buffer
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[27] = 512
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[28] = -use_otm
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[29] = -fso
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[30] = -b
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[31] = hyperiontest_1463007614
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[32] = -kl
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[33] = 8
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: child_args[34] = -use_ofb
00:03:46.181 [9097] <2> bpcd main: Before execvp of command
01:57:45.365 [17216] <2> bpcd main: offset to GMT 0
01:57:45.367 [17216] <2> logconnections: BPCD ACCEPT FROM 10.30.90.1.51709 TO 10.33.1.98.13782
01:57:45.368 [17216] <2> bpcd main: setup_sockopts complete
01:57:45.388 [17216] <2> vauth_acceptor: vauth_comm.c.331: no methods for address: no authentication required
01:57:45.390 [17216] <2> bpcd main: no authentication required
01:57:45.407 [17216] <2> print_arp_info: nbumaster (10.30.90.1) -- no entry
01:57:45.408 [17216] <2> bpcd peer_hostname: Connection from host nbumaster (10.30.90.1) port 51709
01:57:45.423 [17216] <2> bpcd valid_server: comparing nbumaster and nbumaster
01:57:45.430 [17216] <4> bpcd valid_server: hostname comparison succeeded
01:57:45.434 [17216] <2> bpcd main: output socket port number = 1178
01:57:45.447 [17216] <2> print_arp_info: nbumaster (10.30.90.1) -- no entry
01:57:45.448 [17216] <2> bpcd peer_hostname: Connection from host nbumaster (10.30.90.1) port 51709
01:57:45.450 [17216] <2> bpcd main: Peer hostname is nbumaster
01:57:45.450 [17216] <2> nb_bind_on_port_addr: bound to port 58094
01:57:45.451 [17216] <2> bpcd main: Got socket for output 5, lport = 58094
01:57:45.459 [17216] <2> bpcd main: Connected on output socket
01:57:45.460 [17216] <2> bpcd main: Duplicated socket on stderr
01:57:45.461 [17216] <2> bpcd main: <---- NetBackup 5.1 0 ------------initiated
01:57:45.461 [17216] <2> bpcd exit_bpcd: exit status 45  ----------->exiting
01:57:45.461 [17216] <4> bpcd exit_bpcd: FTL - BPCD EXIT STATUS 45

4 Replies

Re: Backup fails because of (41) network connection timed out.

Check the bpbkar logs to, and for goodness sake, why are you running 5.1? Its been dead for almost 10 years!

Re: Backup fails because of (41) network connection timed out.

Did you see the Recommended Action? "Verify that the latest software is installed on the client and server." Latest NBU version is 7.7.2.

Re: Backup fails because of (41) network connection timed out.

Hi Marianne,

 

If i have to update the netbackup client software, then i have to upgrade the OS version which is not possible as of now.

Backup for the same client is completing successfully with other policy.

We have to find out other way so that this backup starts running.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Amit

Good luck with your

Good luck with your unsupported client(s)!