It almost looks like someone went and cleaned out your archive on the file system. Enable ArchiveMgmt Client debugging under RME > Admin > System Preferences > Loglevel Settings, and reproduce this error. Then provide the dcmaclient.log.
Looks like you have some corrupt files on the file system. In particular, the config files under /var/adm/CSCOpx/files/rme/dcma/devfiles/532 appear to be corrupt. That appears to be device 10.100.20.112. You might try deleting this device from RME, then re-adding it to see if that corrects the problem you're seeing.
The only error in the log points to this one device. However, if other devices exhibit the same problem, then the same thing would apply to them as well. The only prevention against this type of error is to do regular backups.
So the cause of this corruption is supposed to be at the file system or hardware level, rather than a bug or defect of RME 4.x? Are the "backups" in your post referring to those produced by LMS 2.6, or by other means such as NetBackup? In the case of the former, how would I restore just the archives for those devices considered corrupt by RME, without setting back other unaffected devices as well? I do have "shadow" directory enabled, if that matters.
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