You can try to do the workaroud below, but is very good you to check the consistency of your NBU Database.
To check the consistency you can use thecommand below. # /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpdbm -consistency > /tmp/filename.txt
Description: If the NetBackup image database and media database are inconsistent, media may be incorrectly deassigned. This situation may be caused by the incorrect use of the bpimage -newserver -oldserver command, where the new server is actually an existing media server. Since this command updates the image database but not the media database, inconsistencies may lead to media being deassigned.
The All Log Entries report would show entries similar to the following:
media id A00000 removed from media manager database (manual deassign) Deassigned media-id A00000 on host s2 media id B00000 removed from media manager database (manual deassign) Deassigned media-id B00000 on host s2 Deassigned 2 out of 2 media-ids found.
The Images on Media report would show that images are still present for one or more of the expired media on host s1.
Workaround: On Unix systems, create the file /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpsched.d/CHECK_EXPIRED_MEDIA_INTERVAL and enter a 0 (zero) on the first and only line of the file.
On an NT server, create the file \NetBackup\bin\bpsched.d\CHECK_EXPIRED_MEDIA_INTERVAL and enter a 0 (zero) on the first and only line of the file.