"Re-queueing job due to busy resources" message - Veritas Net Backup

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    Hi!

    I am using NetBackup Enterprise Server v5.1, MP2. Here's a snippet from
    the 'detailed status' tab of one of my recent backup operations:

    05/02/2005 01:08:03 - mounting P62177
    05/02/2005 01:08:03 - started process bpbrm (pid=2080)
    05/02/2005 01:08:03 - connecting
    05/02/2005 01:08:03 - connected; connect time: 0:00:00
    05/02/2005 01:11:47 - end writing
    05/02/2005 01:11:47 - Info bpsched (pid=15507) Re-queueing job due to busy
    resources (134)
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - mounting P62197
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioning P62197 to file 220
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioned P62197; position time: 0:00:00
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - begin writing
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioning P62197 to file 221
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioned P62197; position time: 0:00:00
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - started process bpbrm (pid=512)
    05/02/2005 01:12:06 - connecting
    05/02/2005 01:12:07 - connected; connect time: 0:00:00
    05/02/2005 01:12:17 - positioning P62197 to file 222
    05/02/2005 01:12:17 - positioned P62197; position time: 0:00:00
    05/02/2005 01:12:17 - end writing; write time: 0:00:11
    the requested operation was successfully completed (0)

    Although this was a successful backup, I am concerned about the "Re-queueing..."
    message that was received. I noted that no positioning was recorded prior
    to receiving that message, and some mysterious write operation occurred for
    3m 44s prior to an 'end writing' message at 01:11:47. It looks as though
    it found another tape to use after the message was received, and the backup
    did complete...but I'm curious as to what may have happened. Any thoughts?

    Thanks!
    Brent

  2. Re: "Re-queueing job due to busy resources" message

    Status 134 requeue messages indicate that at the time the job first
    kicked off there were no tape drives available to perform the backup
    since that was the case the job requeued until there was a drive
    available which is why it completed successfully. Even though it says
    end writing it was never actually able to mount the first tape and
    write to it.

    Jeff

    On 2 May 2005 11:18:27 -0500, "Brent" wrote:

    >
    >Hi!
    >
    >I am using NetBackup Enterprise Server v5.1, MP2. Here's a snippet from
    >the 'detailed status' tab of one of my recent backup operations:
    >
    >05/02/2005 01:08:03 - mounting P62177
    >05/02/2005 01:08:03 - started process bpbrm (pid=2080)
    >05/02/2005 01:08:03 - connecting
    >05/02/2005 01:08:03 - connected; connect time: 0:00:00
    >05/02/2005 01:11:47 - end writing
    >05/02/2005 01:11:47 - Info bpsched (pid=15507) Re-queueing job due to busy
    >resources (134)
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - mounting P62197
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioning P62197 to file 220
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioned P62197; position time: 0:00:00
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - begin writing
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioning P62197 to file 221
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - positioned P62197; position time: 0:00:00
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - started process bpbrm (pid=512)
    >05/02/2005 01:12:06 - connecting
    >05/02/2005 01:12:07 - connected; connect time: 0:00:00
    >05/02/2005 01:12:17 - positioning P62197 to file 222
    >05/02/2005 01:12:17 - positioned P62197; position time: 0:00:00
    >05/02/2005 01:12:17 - end writing; write time: 0:00:11
    >the requested operation was successfully completed (0)
    >
    >Although this was a successful backup, I am concerned about the "Re-queueing..."
    >message that was received. I noted that no positioning was recorded prior
    >to receiving that message, and some mysterious write operation occurred for
    >3m 44s prior to an 'end writing' message at 01:11:47. It looks as though
    >it found another tape to use after the message was received, and the backup
    >did complete...but I'm curious as to what may have happened. Any thoughts?
    >
    >Thanks!
    >Brent



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