I have found that our BARS backup failed but I cannot find anything that tells me why so I am hoping that somebody around here may be able to point me in the right direction. We are running BARS 4.0.12 on our CCM (publisher). The backups were fine until the last one and I don't remember anychanges being made other than normal daily stuff like modifying resources on our CRS server. Here is the error from the BARS status page;
[02:19:25 AM] Backup is 74% complete.
[02:23:42 AM] Error: progress failure for component: com.cisco.database.bar.dsn.EDBSDsnArchieve; nested exception is: com.cisco.wfapi.WFKeepAliveException: unable to determine progress for remote component: com.cisco.database.bar.dsn.EDBSDsnArchieve in IPCC1; nested exception is: java.rmi.ConnectException: Connection refused to host: 10.106.19.12; nested exception is: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect
[02:23:47 AM] Session closed successfully
[02:23:47 AM] Could not backup Cisco Customer Response Solutions successfully on 10.106.19.13.
I have looked around on the CCO site and cannot find anything involving this error regarding BARS backups, if anybody has ever seen this error or can point me in the direction of where I need to look I would appreciate it. Thanks.
Yes it has successfully backed up before and after I bounced all of the servers in our cluster because of some windows updates that Cisco released and now the backups are working again. I think that something may have been locked up during the backup that failed and after a reboot of the servers the lock was cleared up and now the BARS backups are running just fine. Thank you.
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