Can you tell what the restorebackup.pl script is doing?
I am trying to restore an automatic backup taken last week from LMS 3.0.1 - win2K3 Standard Ed and want to restore it to the same box that has been re-imaged to LMS 3.2 - Win2K3 64 Ent Ed
Everything was going well - Common Services and Campus Manager have completed, until around an two hrs ago when the interactive sql popped up with an issue to which i clicked continue whilst restoring RME.
Now RME restore is stuck at 50% completed and there have been no new entries in the restorebackup.log for 1.5hrs
The last entry in the file CSCOdbupdate.log says
Launching "E:\PROGRA~2\CSCOpx\bin\perl E:\PROGRA~2\CSCOpx/rigel/scripts/rme/dbupgrade/main.pl rmeng dsn=rmeng,$NMSROOT/rigel/scripts/rme/dbupgrade/schemachange,schema": At E:\PROGRA~2\CSCOpx\dbupdate.pl, #105: Time -2010/04/30 18:09:02
ERROR: "E:\PROGRA~2\CSCOpx/rigel/scripts/rme/dbupgrade/main.pl" failed with error code 256
: At E:\PROGRA~2\CSCOpx\dbupdate\dbupdate.pl, #111: Time - 2010/04/30 19:15:46
Since that time nothing has been written to any log file, am i just being impatient as this is a 4Gb RME database or is it a problem and if so what can i do to recover this???
Re: Can you tell what the restorebackup.pl script is doing?
That's certainly not a good sign, but it doesn't mean things aren't still progressing. Check the restore log (if you specified one), and the migration.log. As RME is doing a restore, it will write much of its progress to the migration.log. This should have been mentioned in the output of the restore log, or on the terminal.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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