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NetBackup status code: 182

NetBackup status code : 182
HOWTO104102 | 2014-11-20
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Media Manager status code 182

Media Manager status code 182
HOWTO104535 | 2014-11-20
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vStorage snapshots are orphaned due to "Unable to access file since it is locked" error during snapshot deletion

The following may be seen in the bpfis log: 12:16:06.804 [4180.2972] 2 onlfi_vfms_logf: INF - vmwareLogger: WaitForTaskCompleteEx: Unable to access file unspecified filename since it is locked 182
TECH181118 | 2014-06-27
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rman-10038 error when attempting to backup Oracle version 11.2 using NetBackup 6.x.

09:23:22.995 [25030] 2 vauth_authentication_required: vauth_comm.c.749: no methods for address: no authentication required 09:23:22.995 [25030] 2 vauth_connector: vauth_comm.c. 182 : no methods for address: no authentication required 09:23:22.995 [25030] 2 bprd_connect: no authentication required
TECH77071 | 2014-03-14
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Receive error when restoring MSSQL 2000 database "Error in GetConfiguration: 0x80770003"

11:02:21.381 [1828.148] 2 vauth_authentication_required: ..\libvlibs\vauth_comm.c.749: no methods for address: no authentication required 11:02:21.381 [1828.148] 2 vauth_connector: ..\libvlibs\vauth_comm.c. 182 : no methods for address: no authentication required 11:02:21.381 [1828.148] 2 bprd_connect: no authentication required
TECH146444 | 2013-11-07
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A potential for skipped duplications has been discovered in NetBackup 6.5.4 when using Vault, or in NetBackup versions 6.5.1 - 6.5.3 if a specific vltrun binary has been applied. Vault may end with status code 0, 306 or 308 if duplication rules are configured. If a Status 0 occurs due to this issue, duplications are skipped without indication.

10:20:46.180 [1588] 4 vltrun@LogDuplicationBatches^1434: DupRule for MS=ms1 #Batches=4 10:20:46. 182 [1588] 4 vltrun@LogDuplicationBatches^1434: DupRule for MS=ms2 #Batches=4 10:20:46.183 [1588] 4 vltrun@LogDuplicationBatches^1434: DupRule for MS=ms3 #Batches=0
TECH72483 | 2013-10-24
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Netbackup catalog restore fails with status 47 or 25

14:02:55.607 [6084.4504] 2 vauth_authentication_required: vauth_comm.c.749: no methods for address: no authentication required 14:02:55.607 [6084.4504] 2 vauth_connector: vauth_comm.c. 182 : no methods for address: no authentication required 14:02:55.607 [6084.4504] 2 bpcr_authenticate_connection: no authentication required
TECH70578 | 2012-08-18
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Backups to Media Server fail with Status 806 & Status 811 after upgrading to NBU 7.x

21:08:47.838 [8355] 2 vnet_cached_getaddrinfo_and_update: ../../libvlibs/vnet_addrinfo.c.1371: 0: found in cache service: NULL 21:08:47.840 [8355] 2 VxSSNetParse::isInServerListCached: peerAddr 10.x.y.z is not a NetBackup Server(../VxSSNetParse.cpp: 182 )
TECH167641 | 2012-06-25
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While backing up certain Virtual Machines via NetBackup, VmWare Consolidated Backup (VCB) method generates status code 11: system call failed

02:31:32.408 [1012.5548] 2 vauth_authentication_required: vauth_comm.c.749: no methods for address: no authentication required 02:31:32.408 [1012.5548] 2 vauth_connector: vauth_comm.c. 182 : no methods for address: no authentication required 02:31:32.408 [1012.5548] 2 job_authenticate_connection: no authentication required
TECH67977 | 2010-01-10
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GENERAL ERROR: VMware VCB Type 3 incremental backup schedules or Type 0 backups fail with Status 156 due to the following error in vcbmounter "Error: Cannot mount volume 1, Cannot open virtual storage driver."

00:09:00.169 [1764.1096] 2 onlfi_vfms_logf: [2009-02-06 00:08:05. 182 vcbMounter 5684 error] Error: Cannot mount volume 1, Cannot open virtual storage driver. Make sure it is running..
TECH67703 | 2010-01-10
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Backup of Selected portions of either system_state:\ or Shadow Copy Components:\ directives may result in a Status 0 Backup (good backup) but may not be restorable and are not supported.

Full details on the system_state:\ and Shadow Copy Components:\ directives can be found on page 182-183 of the System Administrators Guide for Windows Vol 1 (NetBackup 6.0) ftp://exftpp.symantec.com/pub/support/products/netbackup_enterprise_server/279265.pdf#page= 182 and on pages 182-183 of the System Administrators Guide for Windows Vol 1 (NetBackup 6.5)
TECH69090 | 2010-01-05
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BUG REPORT: NDMP backup fails with Status Code 98 "error requesting media (tpreq)" when a second tape is mounted on a non-ndmp drive.

07:30:13.433 [6216.680] 2 io_close: closing D:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\db\media\tpreq\drive_drive_0_1_1_2, from bptm.c.21514 07:32:23. 182 [6216.680] 2 open_ndmp_device: ndmp_drive_name is /ndmp:{3,0,5,0}
TECH64687 | 2009-01-09
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Dreaded Status 25 and 58 | Symantec Connect

Dreaded Status 25 and 58 <2> logconnections: BPCD CONNECT FROM 148. 182 .52.252.764 TO 148.182.16.81.13782
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MY backup is falling with error code 25 | Symantec Connect

MY backup is falling with error code 25 22:39:47.895 [24619] <2> vauth_authentication_required: vauth_comm.c.749: no methods for address: no authentication required 22:39:47.895 [24619] <2> vauth_connector: vauth_comm.c. 182 : no methods for address: no authentication required 22:39:47.896 [24619] <2> check_authentication: no authentication required
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socket write failed (Status 24) | Symantec Connect

01:05:14.638 [15271] <2> vauth_authentication_required: vauth_comm.c.749: no methods for address: no authentication required 01:05:14.638 [15271] <2> vauth_connector: vauth_comm.c. 182 : no methods for address: no authentication required 01:05:14.638 [15271] <2> bpcr_authenticate_connection: no authentication required
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