Errors in make_recovery - HP UX

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  1. Errors in make_recovery

    Hi,
    I have a client who runs make_recovery each friday night. Last week he
    encountered some errors but it looks like the backup still ran successfully.
    Just need to know if these errors are of concern as I have not come across
    these before:
    "Warning message: There was a problem with the list of files/directories to
    archive.
    Input: /var/opt/ignite/recovery/2006-07-31,21:00/flist
    The following line(s) had too few/incorrect entries:
    Problem lines:
    line: 29 u2/uda/HTG/MOD.F55/SR593.4A_ 100777 1077060389 17478 18
    line: 39 u3/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18
    line: 31 spare/ABSMVP/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1084520870 17478 18
    line: 42 spare/TRAINING/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1154303646 17478
    18
    line: 32 conv/ARM31MAR/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1080732046 17478 18
    line: 41 conv/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18

    NOTE: Could not read the /etc/resolv.conf file.
    *Cleaning up old configuration file directories

    07/31/06 21:36:18 EST make_recovery completed with warnings"

    Many Thanks

    Pedds : )






  2. Re: Errors in make_recovery

    On Fri, 11 Aug 2006 09:21:30 +1000, connect wrote:
    > Input: /var/opt/ignite/recovery/2006-07-31,21:00/flist The following
    > line(s) had too few/incorrect entries: Problem lines:
    > line: 29 u2/uda/HTG/MOD.F55/SR593.4A_ 100777 1077060389 17478 18 line: 39
    > u3/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18 line: 31
    > spare/ABSMVP/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1084520870 17478 18 line: 42
    > spare/TRAINING/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1154303646 17478 18
    > line: 32 conv/ARM31MAR/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1080732046 17478 18 line:
    > 41 conv/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18
    >


    When I've had these errors in the past it was because someone had produced
    a file with strange characters in the name. In my case it was new-line
    characters. This caused parsing errors of the make_recovery file index..

    JohnK

  3. Re: Errors in make_recovery

    Thank You John,
    I'll have a look - and hopefully this resolves my issue.
    Basically I was more worried if it meant the backups weren't performing
    correctly.

    Tahnks Again
    Pedds : )
    "JohnK" wrote in message
    newsan.2006.08.12.08.32.14.996769@gmail.com...
    > On Fri, 11 Aug 2006 09:21:30 +1000, connect wrote:
    >> Input: /var/opt/ignite/recovery/2006-07-31,21:00/flist The following
    >> line(s) had too few/incorrect entries: Problem lines:
    >> line: 29 u2/uda/HTG/MOD.F55/SR593.4A_ 100777 1077060389 17478 18 line: 39
    >> u3/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18 line:
    >> 31
    >> spare/ABSMVP/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1084520870 17478 18 line: 42
    >> spare/TRAINING/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1154303646 17478 18
    >> line: 32 conv/ARM31MAR/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1080732046 17478 18 line:
    >> 41 conv/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18
    >>

    >
    > When I've had these errors in the past it was because someone had produced
    > a file with strange characters in the name. In my case it was new-line
    > characters. This caused parsing errors of the make_recovery file index..
    >
    > JohnK




  4. Re: Errors in make_recovery

    Hi Guys,
    Yes you were right JohnK. The files had underscores after the filename.
    Thanks Again for that insight.

    I have another question for you or anyone who can answer this the
    /etc/resolv.conf file needs to be on the system correct?
    Its just that the I can not find this file on the clients system where it
    should be /etc.... Are there any drawbacks because of this?

    Many Thanks
    Pedds : )
    "connect" wrote in message
    news:ebop6p$ga8$1@news-01.bur.connect.com.au...
    > Thank You John,
    > I'll have a look - and hopefully this resolves my issue.
    > Basically I was more worried if it meant the backups weren't performing
    > correctly.
    >
    > Tahnks Again
    > Pedds : )
    > "JohnK" wrote in message
    > newsan.2006.08.12.08.32.14.996769@gmail.com...
    >> On Fri, 11 Aug 2006 09:21:30 +1000, connect wrote:
    >>> Input: /var/opt/ignite/recovery/2006-07-31,21:00/flist The following
    >>> line(s) had too few/incorrect entries: Problem lines:
    >>> line: 29 u2/uda/HTG/MOD.F55/SR593.4A_ 100777 1077060389 17478 18 line:
    >>> 39
    >>> u3/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18 line:
    >>> 31
    >>> spare/ABSMVP/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1084520870 17478 18 line: 42
    >>> spare/TRAINING/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1154303646 17478 18
    >>> line: 32 conv/ARM31MAR/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1080732046 17478 18
    >>> line:
    >>> 41 conv/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18
    >>>

    >>
    >> When I've had these errors in the past it was because someone had
    >> produced
    >> a file with strange characters in the name. In my case it was new-line
    >> characters. This caused parsing errors of the make_recovery file index..
    >>
    >> JohnK

    >
    >




  5. Re: Errors in make_recovery

    JohnK writes:

    > On Fri, 11 Aug 2006 09:21:30 +1000, connect wrote:
    > > Input: /var/opt/ignite/recovery/2006-07-31,21:00/flist The following
    > > line(s) had too few/incorrect entries: Problem lines:
    > > line: 29 u2/uda/HTG/MOD.F55/SR593.4A_ 100777 1077060389 17478 18 line: 39
    > > u3/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18 line: 31
    > > spare/ABSMVP/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1084520870 17478 18 line: 42
    > > spare/TRAINING/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1154303646 17478 18
    > > line: 32 conv/ARM31MAR/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100660 1080732046 17478 18 line:
    > > 41 conv/ARMIDALE/ARMIDALE/MOD.OLD/SR593.4A_ 100770 1081927777 17478 18
    > >

    >
    > When I've had these errors in the past it was because someone had produced
    > a file with strange characters in the name. In my case it was new-line
    > characters. This caused parsing errors of the make_recovery file index..


    As Ignite-UX writes that file, it should be able to read what it
    wrote. Otherwise it should complain _before_ adding such names to the file.

    MHO.

    Ulrich

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