We are facing a very weird problem here...we have netbackup 188.8.131.52 running on clustered master server, we are going to take backup of Oracle 184.108.40.206 on AIX 6.1 platform, which serves as a media server to take backup over SAN...
The thing is ...we use the template script of the netbackup, which takes backup pieces, archive redo logs and ctrl file...which all finish successfully with this happy blue man rising up his hands cheering
now...the parent (Full job) , writes the as follows
Finally we did it!!
I don't know why this happened...but it has something to do with the registery KeepAliveTime
as in this TechNote
What I did is to create that registry "KeepTimeAlive" in the following path
I gave it a value of 1 (hexa or deciaml, does not matter, both r the same)
then selected a time where no backup jobs are running, restarted the Master Server, rerun the backup job...and it finished successfully with this lovely blue man raising up his fist happily
but what i don't figure out...why this error happens with this specific client only as what i grt is this parameter will affect globally all connections with the OS??
BTW...this is happened only after upgrading our windows master to 220.127.116.11 and the AIX SAN media server to 7.5...before upgrade backup was running smoothly.
From the obk_stderr.051513 file, i found the error messages
The file access permissions do not allow the specified action.
You can check /usr/openv/netbackup/user_ops directory permission.
Thanks for your reply....
But as I have replied earleir this morning, the problem is solved using the TCPIP KeepAliveTime parameter as the TECHNote
Thanks again for your reply