This box is a Solaris 8, running LMS 2.2 / RWAN 1.3
When I run a manual or automatic database backup from the GUI, it stays there forever. It does create a folder, and subfolders (cmf, dfm, and rme), but only stores the filebackup.tar, nothing else. While old successful backups, have more folders/files within this 3 main folders.
From the log file (/var/adm/CSCOpx/log/dbbackup.log) I get:
What are the permissions on /opt/CSCOpx/lib/eds/filter/namedfilter.str? Since you're running the backup through the web, it will execute as casuser. The perms on the above mentioned file should be casuser:casusers 0640. The perms on the parent directory should be casuser:casusers 0750.
Something else you might try is to run a local backup as root from the CLI:
/opt/CSCOpx/bin/perl /opt/CSCOpx/bin/backup.pl BACKUP_DIR LOG GEN
The crontable for user casuser had three instances of the backup process all at the same time. I deleted them using the CW GUI, and the manual CLI backup process worked again. In the process we also rebooted the server for another reason, so it could be the combination of both.
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