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SAP restore fails with " dbc_get_string: Output = EXIT STATUS 135"

Anth105
Level 4
Certified
Hi

We have a NetBackup 6.5MP5 environment running on Solaris 10 system. the  SAP restore fails withth " dbc_get_string: Output = EXIT STATUS 135"

Here is an excerpt of the backint  log:

10:29:29.202 [7485] <2> bsa_bplist: end_date = Tue Mar 23 03:07:37 2010
10:29:29.202 [7485] <2> bsa_bplist: Request = root sdba sapcha uxzeusc052z18 uxzeusc052z18 sap_zfs_data 9 sap_sapdb 3 999 126931005
7 1269310057 4 4 1 1 1 0 17 0 1231 4 0 C C C C C 0 2 0 0 0
10:29:29.202 [7485] <4> bsa_bplist: Filepath = /sapdb/CHA/backup/Backdata
10:29:29.398 [7485] <2> dbc_get_string: Output = EXIT STATUS 135
10:29:29.398 [7485] <16> VxBSAQueryObject: ERR - dbc_get_string() failed 135
10:29:29.398 [7485] <4> restore_one_fifo: System detected error, operation aborted.
10:29:29.398 [7485] <4> do_restore: Exit.
10:29:29.398 [7485] <4> /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/backint 6.5: *********************************************************************
***********
10:29:33.768 [7480] <2> sap_Wait: waitpid : process (7485) forkId (7485) status (2)
10:29:33.768 [7480] <16> sap_Wait: ERR - job (7485) failed status (2)
10:29:33.768 [7480] <4> do_restore: Exit.
10:29:33.769 [7480] <4> /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/backint 6.5: *******************************************************************


This is NOT an alternative restore. 


I have attached the full backint log file

Any help will be appreciated

thanks


Antho
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Marianne
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Are you initiating the restore as the same user that performed the backup?

Also verify in Host Properties -> Master Server -> Client Attributes -> Client_Name
that Browse and Restore is allowed for this specific client name.

If all of the above checks out, you need to have a look at bprd log on the master server to see how the master server interpreted the client request.

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Nathan_Kippen
Level 6
Certified
I'm just going to throw this out there:

touch the following:

/usr/openv/netbackup/db/altnames/No.Restrictions

Anth105
Level 4
Certified
 No.Restrictions  is already  and also  on the  master -> Host Properties - Master Servers --> Client Attributes --->  Browse and restore ability on the General tab is set to Allow both.

Marianne
Moderator
Moderator
Partner    VIP    Accredited Certified

Are you initiating the restore as the same user that performed the backup?

Also verify in Host Properties -> Master Server -> Client Attributes -> Client_Name
that Browse and Restore is allowed for this specific client name.

If all of the above checks out, you need to have a look at bprd log on the master server to see how the master server interpreted the client request.