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  1. Restores


    Hi there,

    I had to do a single file restore to its original location. I used the option
    of naming the file a temp file name due to the fact there was a newer version
    of the same file name.

    I got the following message:

    7/10/2006 3:49:57 PM - restored image hal-fileserver3_1152328576 - (the restore
    failed to recover the requested files(5)); restore time 00:01:13
    7/10/2006 3:49:57 PM - Warning bprd(pid=1544) Restore must be resumed prior
    to first image expiration on 8/8/2006 12:16:16 AM
    7/10/2006 3:49:57 PM - end Restore; elapsed time: 00:01:17
    the restore failed to recover the requested files(5)

    But yet, the file restored. Does anyone know why this would have happened?

    Cheers,

    Jason

  2. Re: Restores


    "Jason" wrote:
    >
    >Hi there,
    >
    >I had to do a single file restore to its original location. I used the option
    >of naming the file a temp file name due to the fact there was a newer version
    >of the same file name.
    >
    >I got the following message:
    >
    >7/10/2006 3:49:57 PM - restored image hal-fileserver3_1152328576 - (the

    restore
    >failed to recover the requested files(5)); restore time 00:01:13
    >7/10/2006 3:49:57 PM - Warning bprd(pid=1544) Restore must be resumed prior
    >to first image expiration on 8/8/2006 12:16:16 AM
    >7/10/2006 3:49:57 PM - end Restore; elapsed time: 00:01:17
    >the restore failed to recover the requested files(5)
    >
    >But yet, the file restored. Does anyone know why this would have happened?
    >
    >Cheers,
    >
    >Jason


    Jason,

    For some odd reason, this is SOP for restores where a file is renamed.
    It's a false negative that can be safely ignored. The test is to look in
    the bpbrm log where it will actually show the tar command and how many files
    were restored.


    Scott

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