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How restore SQL database to different server?

Hello!
We used Netbackup 7.6.1
With scripts .bch has been configured Full online backup SQL database which succeeds. Recovery with .bch is also successful, but only on the same server. (in mode "recovered" and "not recovered" (.mdb,.ldb))

How to set up a database restore to a different server?
I have tried to make these instructions:

Recovery is initiated on the master server

Redirecting a SQL restore to a different host
Multiple NetBackup database clients can be configured to use a single NetBackup
master server for backing up SQL Server databases. With this configuration, you
can back up SQL Server database objects from one client and restore them to
another. In the following procedure, HostA is the client that was originally backed
up and HostB is the other client to which the restore is redirected.
To redirect a restore to a different host
1 Establish permission settings on the master server.
Do one of the following:
■ Create a install_path\NetBackup\db\altnames\No.Restrictions file
to allow unrestricted redirected restore privileges.
■ Create a install_path\NetBackup\db\altnames\HostB file to allow HostB
to restore HostA's data. The client named HostB can then access HostA's
data on the master as well as any other client's data that was backed up
on the master.
2 Select File > SetSQLServerconnectionproperties.
3 Log onto the target instance on HostB.
4 Select File > SetNetBackupclientpropertiesand select the current master
server to be a master server that is common to both HostA and HostB.
5 Select File > RestoreSQLServerobjects.
6 From the Backup History Options dialog box, select HostA as the SQL host
from which the target objects were backed up.
When the restore window appears it contains a history of objects that were
backed up from HostA. Select those objects and restore them to HostB.

In this scenario, I get an error

ERR - Error in CoCreateInstance: 0x80040154.

 

 

and Recovery is initiated on the client server which was backuped

https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH35995.html

Here is an example with the option "not recovered"

HostA - source client

HostB - destination client


#  This is a template for the database MOVE command.

OPERATION RESTORE
OBJECTTYPE DATABASE
RESTORETYPE MOVE

#  Replace the database name in the following line with the name of the database that you
#  want to move to. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <DATABASE>.

DATABASE "123"
#
#  Replace the file path <E:\SQLData\PortalDBs\WSS_videocam.mdf>
#  with a new file path. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <TO>.
#  The target of the MOVE keyword must be "WSS_videocam".
MOVE  "WSS_videocam"
TO  "E:\123.mdf"
#
#
#  Replace the file path <E:\SQLData\PortalDBs\WSS_videocam_log.LDF>
#  with a new file path. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <TO>.
#  The target of the MOVE keyword must be "WSS_videocam_log".
MOVE  "WSS_videocam_log"
TO  "E:\123_log.LDF"
#
# The following image is type: Full
NBIMAGE "HostA.MSSQL7.HOSTA.db.WSS_videocam.~.7.001of001.20150430110244..C"
SQLHOST "HostB"
NBSERVER "HostM"
BROWSECLIENT "HostA"
MAXTRANSFERSIZE 6
BLOCKSIZE 7
RESTOREOPTION REPLACE
RECOVEREDSTATE NOTRECOVERED
SQLCOMPRESSION TRUE
NUMBUFS 2
ENDOPER TRUE

INF - RESTORE STARTED USING
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 (SP2) - 10.50.4000.0 (X64)
Jun 28 2012 08:36:30
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation
Enterprise Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.1 <X64> (Build 7601: Service Pack 1) (Hypervisor)
Batch = C:\test.bch, Op# = 1.
INF - Using backup image HostA.MSSQL7.HOSTA.db.WSS_videocam.~.7.001of001.20150430110244..C
INF - restore database "123" from VIRTUAL_DEVICE='VNBU0-6740-6876-1430400456' with  stats = 10, blocksize = 65536, maxtransfersize = 4194304, buffercount = 2, replace , norecovery, move 'WSS_videocam' to 'E:\123.mdf', move 'WSS_videocam_log' to 'E:\123_log.LDF', replace
INF - Number of stripes: 1, Number of buffers per stripe 2.
INF - Created VDI object for SQL Server instance <HostB>. Connection timeout is <300> seconds.
ERR - Error in GetConfiguration: 0x80770003.
    CONTINUATION: - The api was waiting and the timeout interval had elapsed.
DBMS MSG - ODBC return code <-1>, SQL State <37000>, SQL Message <3201><[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Cannot open backup device 'VNBU0-6740-6876-1430400456'. Operating system error 0x80070002(failed to retrieve text for this error. Reason: 15105).>.
DBMS MSG - SQL Message <3013><[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]RESTORE DATABASE is terminating abnormally.>
ERR - Error found executing <restore database "123" from VIRTUAL_DEVICE='VNBU0-6740-6876-1430400456' with  stats = 10, blocksize = 65536, maxtransfersize = 4194304, buffercount = 2, replace , norecovery, move 'WSS_videocam' to 'E:\123.mdf', move 'WSS_videocam_log' to 'E:\123_log.LDF', replace>.
INF - OPERATION #1 of batch C:\test.bch FAILED with STATUS 1 (0 is normal). Elapsed time = 304(304) seconds.
INF - Results of executing <C:\test.bch>:
<0> operations succeeded. <1> operations failed.

 

As now all I fix this? I already read a lot of topics on the forum and admin guide, but nothing happens...

Is it possible to perform a recovery exclusively on the master server in case the server is physically damaged power?

Thanks in advance.

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You cannot initiate a SQL

You cannot initiate a SQL restore from the master server. You can only start the restore from the destination client. See 'Redirecting a SQL restore to a different host' in NetBackup for Microsoft SQL Server Administrator's Guide : http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC6479

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You cannot initiate a SQL

You cannot initiate a SQL restore from the master server. You can only start the restore from the destination client. See 'Redirecting a SQL restore to a different host' in NetBackup for Microsoft SQL Server Administrator's Guide : http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC6479

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OK, I understand, here's how

OK, I understand, here's how it looks:


#  This is a template for the database MOVE command.

OPERATION RESTORE
OBJECTTYPE DATABASE
RESTORETYPE MOVE

#  Replace the database name in the following line with the name of the database that you
#  want to move to. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <DATABASE>.

DATABASE "videocam"
#
#  Replace the file path <E:\SQLData\PortalDBs\WSS_videocam.mdf>
#  with a new file path. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <TO>.
#  The target of the MOVE keyword must be "WSS_videocam".
MOVE  "WSS_videocam"
TO  "E:\Restored\videocam.mdf"
#
#
#  Replace the file path <E:\SQLData\PortalDBs\WSS_videocam_log.LDF>
#  with a new file path. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <TO>.
#  The target of the MOVE keyword must be "WSS_videocam_log".
MOVE  "WSS_videocam_log"
TO  "E:\Restored\videocam_log.LDF"
#
# The following image is type: Full
NBIMAGE "HostA.MSSQL7.HostA.db.WSS_videocam.~.7.001of001.20150430110244..C"
SQLHOST "HostB"
NBSERVER "HostM"
BROWSECLIENT "HostA"
MAXTRANSFERSIZE 6
BLOCKSIZE 7
RESTOREOPTION REPLACE
RECOVEREDSTATE NOTRECOVERED
SQLCOMPRESSION TRUE
NUMBUFS 2
ENDOPER TRUE

INF - RESTORE STARTED USING
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 (SP2) - 10.50.4000.0 (X64)
Jun 28 2012 08:36:30
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation
Enterprise Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.1 <X64> (Build 7601: Service Pack 1) (Hypervisor)
Batch = C:\Users\administrator\Desktop\1234.bch, Op# = 1.
INF - Using backup image HostA.MSSQL7.HostA.db.WSS_videocam.~.7.001of001.20150430110244..C
INF - restore database "videocam" from VIRTUAL_DEVICE='VNBU0-2512-4124-1430404979' with  stats = 10, blocksize = 65536, maxtransfersize = 4194304, buffercount = 2, replace , norecovery, move 'WSS_videocam' to 'E:\Restored\videocam.mdf', move 'WSS_videocam_log' to 'E:\Restored\videocam_log.LDF', replace
INF - Number of stripes: 1, Number of buffers per stripe 2.
INF - Created VDI object for SQL Server instance <HostB>. Connection timeout is <300> seconds.
Restore started Thu Apr 30 17:43:00 2015

ERR - Error in VxBSAGetMultipleObjects: 26.
    CONTINUATION: - There is no copy of the requested object.

INF - OPERATION #1 of batch C:\Users\administrator\Desktop\1234.bch FAILED with STATUS 1 (0 is normal). Elapsed time = 37(37) seconds.
INF - Results of executing <C:\Users\administrator\Desktop\1234.bch>:
<0> operations succeeded. <1> operations failed.

Logs from the master server

Logs from the master server for this task

30.04.2015 17:43:00 - Info dbclient(pid=2512) INF - Created VDI object for SQL Server instance <HostB>. Connection timeout is <300> seconds.

30.04.2015 17:43:31 - Info dbclient(pid=2512) ERR - Error in VxBSAGetMultipleObjects: 26.

30.04.2015 17:43:31 - Info dbclient(pid=2512) CONTINUATION: - There is no copy of the requested object.

You cannot start the restore

You cannot start the restore on the master server.

Create dbclient log folder on the destination client, increase Client Read Timeout on the media server to 7200, then start the restore on the destination client.

If restore fails again, copy dbclient log to dbclient.txt and upload as File attachment.

        Can you confirm


 

        Can you confirm whether the user your are using for restore has sysadmin privileges\ adminstrative user , also make sure that netbackup client and legacy service is running  with the same user.

 

in the attachment dbclient

in the attachment dbclient log from HostB (destination SQL client)

the user "nb_service" is sysadmin SQL database, and service "netbackup client" starts on his behalf

Hi,            Check this

Hi,

           Check this forum . The error seems similar

         https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/sql-restore-issue-0

 

       The technote which the forum mentions

         https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH42958.html

 

The log shows comms problem

The log shows comms problem with the master server :

20:08:31.787 [2960.4260] <16> RestoreFileObjects: ERR - serverResponse() failed

Before you try another restore, see if you can do a backup of default SQL db's on the destination client.

Confirm forward and reverse name lookup between master and client and between media server and client as well as port connectivity on port 1556.
Ensure Windows firewall is turned off.

Reverse name lookup between

Reverse name lookup between master (HostM) and client (HostB) its OK

telnet 1556 also ok

My suggestion to test a

My suggestion to test a backup of default db's on the destination client (using NetBackup) is purely to test and confirm comms and connectivity with NBU master server and media server.

Use bptestbpcd on master and media server (rather than telnet) to test bi-directional connectivity.
NBU needs to connect on port 1556 in both directions (it seems you have tested in one direction only).

Create bpcd log folder on the client, the run this command from master and media server (if different):

bptestbpcd -client <destination-client-name> -debug -verbose

Post the output as well as bpcd log on the client (copy to bpcd.txt and upload as File attachment).

Looking at bpclntcmd output, it seems that forward lookup finds shortname and FQDN:
aliases:     HostB.domen.com     HostB     192.168.130.72

but reverse lookup only resolves FQDN:
host 192.168.130.72: HostB.domen.com at 192.168.130.72

If you are using shortnames in NBU, you need to update DNS reverse lookup to resolve shortname and FQDN.

Use bpclntcmd on destination client to test forward and reverse name lookup to the master server (hostM) not hostA.

To troubleshoot restores, ensure that you have dbclient log folder on the destination client and bprd log folder on the master. Restart NBU on the master to enable bprd log.

To see if you can list/restore backup images for hostA, run this command on hostB:

bplist -M hostM -C hostA -t 15 -s 05/01/2015 -R /

 

PS: 
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If you re-post again and again and again, you are in fact 'aggravating' the spam filter.

Command is run on a master

Command is run on a master server (HostM)

C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>bpclntcmd.exe -hn HostB
host HostB: HostB.domen.com at 192.168.130.72
aliases:     HostB.domen.com     HostB     192.168.130.72
C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>bpclntcmd.exe -ip 192.168.130.72
host 192.168.130.72: HostB.domen.com at 192.168.130.72
aliases:     HostB.domen.com     192.168.130.72
C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>telnet 192.168.130.72 1556
_ (ok)

Command is executed on the client server (HostB)

C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>bpclntcmd.exe -hn HostA
host HostA: HostA.domen.com at 192.168.130.156
aliases:     HostA.domen.com     HostA     192.168.130.156
C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>bpclntcmd.exe -ip 192.168.130.156
host 192.168.130.156: HostA.domen.com at 192.168.130.156
aliases:     HostA.domen.com     192.168.130.156
C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>telnet 192.168.130.156 1556
_ (ok)

Thanks... bpcd log in

Thanks...

bpcd log in attachments

This command on hostB:
bplist -S HostM -C HostA -t 15 -s 05/01/2015 -R /

display very lot images as:
1138..C:\HostA.MSSQL7.SDB4.db.WSS_videocam_port8882.~.7.001of001.2015050106
1138..C:\HostA.MSSQL7.SDB4.db.WSS_videocam_port8882.~.7.001of001.2015050106
1138..C:\HostA.MSSQL7.SDB4.db.WSS_videocam_port8882.~.7.001of001.2015050106
1138..C:\

 

How do I resolve the short name?

Did you run bptestbpcd

Did you run bptestbpcd command as per my previous post?

I am missing the output...

How do I resolve the short name?

As per my post above:
If you are using shortnames in NBU, you need to update DNS reverse lookup to resolve shortname and FQDN.

bplist shows that you are using shortname. 

It is important that the master server can resolve client IP address in Restore request to shortname.

Please remember about dbclient and bprd logs as well. 
bprd log on the master will show IP address from restore request and show us how it is resolved, followed by checking for restore permissions in client config and altnames.

Yes, the results of the

Yes, the results of the command bptestbpcd in attachment previous post (bpcd_log_HostB_051215.txt)

Another attempt to restore the database

12345.bch:
#
#  This is a template for the database MOVE command.
#
OPERATION RESTORE
OBJECTTYPE DATABASE
RESTORETYPE MOVE
#
#  Replace the database name in the following line with the name of the database that you
#  want to move to. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <DATABASE>.
#
DATABASE "12345"
#
#  Replace the file path <E:\SQLData\PortalDBs\WSS_videocam_port8882.mdf>
#  with a new file path. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <TO>.
#  The target of the MOVE keyword must be "WSS_videocam_port8882".
MOVE  "WSS_videocam_port8882"
TO  "E:\Restored\12345.mdf"
#
#
#  Replace the file path <E:\SQLData\PortalDBs\WSS_videocam_port8882_log.LDF>
#  with a new file path. Also remove the hash mark <#> which precedes the keyword <TO>.
#  The target of the MOVE keyword must be "WSS_videocam_port8882_log".
MOVE  "WSS_videocam_port8882_log"
TO  "E:\Restored\12345_log.LDF"
#
# The following image is type: Full
NBIMAGE "HostA.MSSQL7.HostA.db.WSS_videocam_port8882.~.7.001of001.20150514112056..C"
SQLHOST "HostB"
NBSERVER "HostA.DOMEN.COM"
BROWSECLIENT "HostA"
MAXTRANSFERSIZE 6
BLOCKSIZE 7
RESTOREOPTION REPLACE
RECOVEREDSTATE RECOVERED
SQLCOMPRESSION TRUE
NUMBUFS 2
ENDOPER TRUE


bprd_log(HostM):

MASTERSERVER HostM.DOMEN.COM
CLIENT HostB
INSTANCE HostB
DATABASE 12345
OPERATION RESTORE
OBJECTTYPE DATABASE
STATUS 2850
INFO Server Status:  Restore error
INFO Error in VxBSAGetMultipleObjects: 26.
INFO There is no copy of the requested object.
ENDOPER TRUE

17:39:11.711 [5652.5904] <2> vnet_pbxConnect: pbxConnectEx Succeeded
17:39:11.711 [5652.5904] <2> logconnections: BPCD CONNECT FROM 192.168.130.156.53939 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 548
17:39:11.711 [5652.5904] <2> vnet_pbxConnect: pbxConnectEx Succeeded
17:39:11.742 [5652.5904] <8> do_pbx_service: [vnet_connect.c:2156] via PBX VNETD CONNECT FROM 192.168.130.156.53940 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 572
17:39:11.742 [5652.5904] <8> vnet_vnetd_connect_forward_socket_begin: [vnet_vnetd.c:440] VN_REQUEST_CONNECT_FORWARD_SOCKET 10 0xa
17:39:11.742 [5652.5904] <8> vnet_vnetd_connect_forward_socket_begin: [vnet_vnetd.c:457] ipc_string 53941
17:39:11.773 [5652.5904] <2> bpcr_get_version_rqst: bpcd version: 07610000
17:39:11.773 [5652.5904] <2> bpcd_remote_write: INF - bpcd_remote_write status = 0
17:39:11.773 [5652.5904] <2> process_request: EXIT STATUS 0
17:39:11.773 [3580.3584] <2> vnet_pbxAcceptSocket: Accepted sock[660] from 192.168.130.72:51233
17:39:11.773 [3580.3584] <2> bprd: socket fd from accept() is 660
17:39:11.773 [3580.3584] <2> listen_loop: request complete
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> logconnections: BPRD ACCEPT FROM 192.168.130.72.51233 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 660
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> process_request: setsockopt SO_LINGER on 660 succeeded.
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> connected_peer: Connection from host HostB.domen.com, 192.168.130.72, on non-reserved port 51233
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> process_request: command C_LOG_JOB_INFO (148) received
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> process_request: log_job_info request = 329199 148 5061 dbclient 2880 137 INF - OPERATION #1 of batch C:\Users\administrator\Desktop\12345.bch FAILED with STATUS 1 (0 is normal). Elapsed time = 28(28) seconds.

17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> vnet_pbxConnect: pbxConnectEx Succeeded
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> job_connect: SO_KEEPALIVE set on socket 544 for client HostM
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> logconnections: BPJOBD CONNECT FROM 192.168.130.156.53943 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 544
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> job_authenticate_connection: ignoring VxSS authentication check for now...
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> job_connect: Connected to the host HostM contype 53 jobid <5061> socket <544>
17:39:11.836 [5924.5972] <2> job_connect: Connected on port 53943
17:39:11.851 [5924.5972] <2> job_monitoring_exex: ACK disconnect
17:39:11.851 [5924.5972] <2> job_disconnect: Disconnected
17:39:11.851 [5924.5972] <2> process_request: EXIT STATUS 0
17:39:12.242 [7024.6944] <2> job_monitoring_exex: ACK disconnect
17:39:12.242 [7024.6944] <2> job_disconnect: Disconnected
17:39:12.633 [7024.6944] <2> terminate_restore: EXIT STATUS 2850
17:39:12.633 [7024.6944] <2> bprd: C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin\userreq_notify.cmd restore HostB.domen.com root
17:39:13.851 [5568.1120] <2> vnet_pbxConnect: pbxConnectEx Succeeded
17:39:13.851 [5568.1120] <2> job_connect: SO_KEEPALIVE set on socket 548 for client HostM
17:39:13.851 [5568.1120] <2> logconnections: BPJOBD CONNECT FROM 192.168.130.156.53944 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 548
17:39:13.851 [5568.1120] <2> job_authenticate_connection: ignoring VxSS authentication check for now...
17:39:13.851 [5568.1120] <2> job_connect: Connected to the host HostM contype 53 jobid <5061> socket <548>
17:39:13.851 [5568.1120] <2> job_connect: Connected on port 53944
17:39:13.867 [5568.1120] <2> job_monitoring_exex: ACK disconnect
17:39:13.867 [5568.1120] <2> job_disconnect: Disconnected
17:39:13.867 [5568.1120] <2> process_request: EXIT STATUS 0
17:39:13.867 [3580.3584] <2> vnet_pbxAcceptSocket: Accepted sock[660] from 192.168.130.72:51234
17:39:13.867 [3580.3584] <2> bprd: socket fd from accept() is 660
17:39:13.867 [3580.3584] <2> listen_loop: request complete
17:39:13.914 [5700.5636] <2> logconnections: BPRD ACCEPT FROM 192.168.130.72.51234 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 660
17:39:13.914 [5700.5636] <2> process_request: setsockopt SO_LINGER on 660 succeeded.
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> connected_peer: Connection from host HostB.domen.com, 192.168.130.72, on non-reserved port 51234
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> process_request: command C_LOG_JOB_INFO (148) received
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> process_request: log_job_info request = 329199 148 5061 dbclient 2880 122 INF - Results of executing <C:\Users\administrator\Desktop\12345.bch>:
<0> operations succeeded. <1> operations failed.

17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> vnet_pbxConnect: pbxConnectEx Succeeded
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> job_connect: SO_KEEPALIVE set on socket 544 for client HostM
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> logconnections: BPJOBD CONNECT FROM 192.168.130.156.53945 TO 192.168.130.156.1556 fd = 544
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> job_authenticate_connection: ignoring VxSS authentication check for now...
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> job_connect: Connected to the host HostM contype 53 jobid <5061> socket <544>
17:39:13.929 [5700.5636] <2> job_connect: Connected on port 53945
17:39:13.945 [5700.5636] <2> job_monitoring_exex: ACK disconnect
17:39:13.945 [5700.5636] <2> job_disconnect: Disconnected
17:39:13.945 [5700.5636] <2> process_request: EXIT STATUS 0

 

1) i hope you are running

1) i hope you are running everything as  "run as administrator"

2) Also i am assuming your client version is 7.6.1 so there would be no dbbackex issue

3) Also the user which you are using have sufficient privileges to on all drives c,e to create or execute

Also try adding the name of

Also try adding the name of the alternate host to the list of allowed servers on the Master and Media Servers.  I've found that alternate client restores throw really bad errors unless the alternate client is listed.

 

I am about to give up... 2

I am about to give up... 2 weeks down the line without making any progress...

When was bprd log folder created?
Was NBU on the master restarted after creating the folder?

The snippet from the log posted above does not contain the info that we are looking for.
There is no record of HostB trying to browse images for HostA or any record of restore request for HostA's data.

All I can suggest is to go through this TN to see if anything may have been missed:
 

How to perform a database move to the same SQLHOST or to an alternate SQLHOST in NetBackup for Microsoft SQL Server 
http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH35995

On the master server, the

On the master server, the client HostB and source HostA is listed (NetBackup\db\altnames\)
HostB is not a media server and a client only
Q: A HostA participates in the restoration of the image, despite the fact that the images are stored on the master server? What to do if the HostA physically dead?


bprd log folder was created 24/04/2015
Master server was restarted after creating the folder


This a fragment of yesterday's attempt to restore the log

14.05.2015 17:38:52 - begin Restore
14.05.2015 17:38:53 - 1 images required
14.05.2015 17:38:54 - media 0439L5 required
14.05.2015 17:38:56 - restoring image HostA_1431591661
14.05.2015 17:38:58 - Error bpbrm(pid=4828) Request from host HostA.domen.com (192.168.130.60) to host HostB.domen.com (192.168.130.72) is not allowed access. Host HostA.domen.com (192.168.130.60) is not an authorized server for host HostB.domen.com.
14.05.2015 17:38:59 - Error bpbrm(pid=4828) bpcd on HostB.domen.com exited with status 59: access to the client was not allowed
14.05.2015 17:38:59 - Info bpbrm(pid=4828) telling media manager to start restore on client    
14.05.2015 17:39:01 - Warning bptm(pid=4644) failure logging message to client HostB.domen.com in log /C/ProgramА Files/Veritas/NetBackup/Logs/user_ops/mssql/logs/0514115173844-2880-1060-000-000-prg:  server not allowed access (46)
14.05.2015 17:39:02 - Error bpbrm(pid=5800) Request from host HostA.domen.com (192.168.130.60) to host HostB.domen.com (192.168.130.72) is not allowed access. Host HostA.domen.com (192.168.130.60) is not an authorized server for host HostB.domen.com.
14.05.2015 17:39:02 - Error bpbrm(pid=5800) bpcd on HostB.domen.com exited with status 59: access to the client was not allowed
14.05.2015 17:39:02 - requesting resource 0439L5
14.05.2015 17:39:03 - Info bptm(pid=4644) Waiting for mount of media id 0439L5 (copy 1) on server HostA.domen.com.
14.05.2015 17:39:03 - started process bptm (4644)
14.05.2015 17:39:03 - mounting 0439L5
14.05.2015 17:39:03 - Info bptm(pid=4644) INF - Waiting for mount of media id 0439L5 on server HostA.domen.com for reading.
14.05.2015 17:39:03 - granted resource 0439L5
14.05.2015 17:39:03 - granted resource HP.ULTRIUM5-SCSI.000
14.05.2015 17:39:04 - Error bpbrm(pid=5800) Request from host HostA.domen.com (192.168.130.60) to host HostB.domen.com (192.168.130.72) is not allowed access. Host HostA.domen.com (192.168.130.60) is not an authorized server for host HostB.domen.com.
14.05.2015 17:39:04 - Error bpbrm(pid=5800) bpcd on HostB.domen.com exited with status 59: access to the client was not allowed
14.05.2015 17:39:05 - Info bpbrm(pid=4828) child done, status 59        
14.05.2015 17:39:05 - Info bpbrm(pid=4828) sending message to media manager: STOP RESTORE HostA_1431591661    
14.05.2015 17:39:06 - Info bpbrm(pid=4828) media manager for backup id HostA_1431591661 exited with status 150: termination requested by administrator
14.05.2015 17:39:06 - restored image HostA_1431591661 - (access to the client was not allowed(59)); restore time 0:00:10
14.05.2015 17:39:12 - end Restore; elapsed time: 0:00:20
Restore error (2850)