I am trying to do a restore on my publisher after doing a fresh install with brand new drives. This is the error I'm getting.
Log File: 2012-06-10-12-28-27_r_CallManager_ccm_ccmdb.log===================================================== Server : CallManager Feature : CCM Component : CCMDB Time Completed: 2012-06-10-12-51-23 Result Code : 1 Result String : ERROR ===================================================== CCMDB ready to restore 06/10/12 12:47:49 - command to execute /bin/chmod 777 /common/drf/restore.log 06/10/12 12:47:49 - Starting a DRF Restore. 06/10/12 12:47:49 - "Stopping CAR services prior to initiating DB restore" 06/10/12 12:47:49 - command to execute python /usr/local/cm/drf/cdrrep/cm_car_service_deactivate.py - >> /common/drf/restore.log CM CAR - Services Stop Script OS platform is: linux2 Linux platform........ CDRREP: Invoking CAR services stop script CDRREP: Checking CAR services status, please wait ... CDRREP: CAR db manual purge or reload is not running. Continue with backup/restore CDRREP: No need to stop Cisco CAR Scheduler as it is already stopped CDRREP: Cisco CAR Scheduler was not running by default. exit 11 06/10/12 12:47:53 - Restoring the tarball - 06/10/12 12:47:53 - command to execute sudo /bin/tar -xvpPf - 06/10/12 12:51:22 - Restoration of the tarball - is done. 06/10/12 12:51:23 - "Nodes in cluster:" 1 06/10/12 12:51:23 - command to execute /bin/chmod 777 /common/drf/db_drf_backup 06/10/12 12:51:23 - Call to /bin/chmod 777 /common/drf/db_drf_backup failed with error code 1
----> BEGIN Standard Output
----> END Standard Output
----> BEGIN Standard Error /bin/chmod: cannot access `/common/drf/db_drf_backup': No such file or directory 1
----> END Standard Error
Any ideas? I understand it's telling me the /common/drf/db_drf_backup file is there but why? It is a fresh install.
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