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Back-up from CiscoWorks/LMS V2.6 running Solaris 2.9

We have noticed that back-up script finished with error below:

ERROR(1091): Fatal error: .

Backup failed: 2009/04/12 02:01:12

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Please take a look at log file.

If you need more information, please let me know by e-mail

Regards,

Jose Nascimento

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Re: Back-up from CiscoWorks/LMS V2.6 running Solaris 2.9

First, it looks like you're using /opt/CSCOpx/backup as your backup directory. This is very bad, and could corrupt your LMS installation. Do NOT use this directory. Second, it looks like you may have a problem with your cmf database. Post the output of pdshow when LMS is running.

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Re: Back-up from CiscoWorks/LMS V2.6 running Solaris 2.9

Thanks for the update! Here is the result from pdshow command in the pdshow.txt file.

Regards,

Jose Nascimento

Cisco Employee

Re: Back-up from CiscoWorks/LMS V2.6 running Solaris 2.9

Either your CMF database is corrupt, or the transaction log is. First, try the following. Shutdown Daemon Manager, then run the following commands:

rm -f /opt/CSCOpx/databses/cmf.log

env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/CSCOpx/objects/db/lib:/opt/CSCOpx/lib /opt/CSCOpx/objects/db/bin/dbsrv9 -f /opt/CSCOpx/databases/cmf/cmf.db

If those two commands don't allow the CMF database engine to start, then you must either reinitialize your cmf database, or restore LMS from a known good backup.

To reinitialize the CMF database run:

/opt/CSCOpx/bin/dbRestoreOrig.pl dsn=cmf dmprefix=CMF

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