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Robotic status code 256

Robotic status code 256
HOWTO91253 | 2013-10-02
How To | CMS-XML

NetBackup status code: 256

NetBackup status code : 256
HOWTO90666 | 2013-10-02
How To | CMS-XML

NetBackup status code: 256

NetBackup status code : 256
HOWTO51014 | 2012-11-19
How To | CMS-XML

Robotic status code 256

Robotic status code 256
HOWTO51603 | 2012-11-19
How To | CMS-XML

A potential for data loss has been discovered in NetBackup Server/Enterprise Server where Distributed File System Replication (DFSR) paths may be skipped on backup, yet report a Status 0. This has been observed in the unlikely case where the DFSR path exceeds 256 characters.

- The Shadow Copy method of backing up DFSR is used - One or more of the DFSR Shadow Copy paths exceed 256 characters - The DFSR data is later required for restore.
TECH76282 | 2012-06-01
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

NetBackup status code: 256

NetBackup status code : 256
HOWTO35125 | 2010-10-29
How To | CMS-XML

Robotic status code: 256

Robotic status code : 256
HOWTO35713 | 2010-10-29
How To | CMS-XML

Receiving "System call failed with status: 256" when trying to do a new install on a RedHat 5.5 system

Receiving "System call failed with status : 256 " when trying to do a new install on a RedHat 5.5 system
TECH141173 | 2010-10-04
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

GENERAL ERROR: Catalog image file uncompress is failing - the error "decompress_dbfile bpdbm system() returned 256 (1)" appears in bperror output

16 decompress_dbfile: system() returned 256 (1)
TECH57450 | 2009-01-13
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Status Code 85 (media read error) on NBU Hot Catalog restore job using media written with a 256 KB Block Size

It is possible that upgrading the Fiber Host Bus Adapter or its drivers can resolve this issue. Contact the hardware vendor for the Fiber HBA s for the vendor s recommendation on which HBA can support read/writes to tape using a 256 KB block size) then attempt the Hot Catalog restore from the current media that was written to with the 256 KB block size.
TECH84125 | 2009-01-15
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

STATUS CODE 256: The message "Robot busy, multiple eject operation in progress" occurs when trying to eject media.

Robot busy, Multiple eject operation in progress ( 256 )
TECH46547 | 2006-01-29
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

After upgrading to 7.6.0.1/2.6.0.1, VMware backups via SAN may fail with Status 130 due to bpbkar core dump

The issue occurs after VDDK receives a SAN error during the backups: vdRead:VixInterface.cpp:559 TRACE : Read(9064624, 68476160, 256 ) g_vixinterfacelogger:libvix.cpp:1825 DEBUG : [vfm_esinfo] 2014-01-23t10:01:19.917Z [7eff73dbe700 info Libs ] fileioerrno2result: Unexpected errno=5, Input/output error
TECH214512 | 2014-08-12
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Subsequent backup or restore jobs with WAN resiliency, MSDP client direct, and accelerator enabled, fail with status code 40

8 and change the value to the number of threads required. The number of threads can be calculated by 256 *number of concurrent accelerator backup jobs.
TECH218268 | 2014-06-17
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GENERAL ERROR: On a NetBackup 6.x or 7.0 server, errors occur in the application event log stating "Application Error : The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142). Click on OK to terminate the application." This may occur for several different NetBackup processes.

5. Increase the third value by 256 or 512. For example, when the SharedSection equaled 1024,3072,512,512 in one case, changing it to 1024,3072,1024,512 resolved the issue.
TECH48099 | 2013-12-12
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ms-sql-server backup failed with Status Code 1, 2, 6 or 13. Error 'RequestDurableMedia: Flush failure on backup device' appears in the client system's Application event log

1 = 128 KB 2 = 256 KB 3 = 512 KB
TECH77008 | 2013-10-25
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML
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