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Tape restore fails with error bptm(pid=xxx) The tape device at index 0 has a maximum block size of 65536 bytes, a buffer size of 262144 cannot be used

Tape restore fails with error bptm(pid= xxx ) The tape device at index 0 has a maximum block size of 65536 bytes, a buffer size of 262144 cannot be used
TECH193535 | 2014-02-12
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Exchange 2010 GRT restore of individual emails fails with error: INF - Server status = 2810 (434238.xxx) INF - Status = ms-exchange-server policy restore error.

Exchange 2010 GRT restore of individual emails fails with error: INF - Server status = 2810 (434238.xxx) INF - Status = ms-exchange-server policy restore error .
TECH185312 | 2013-11-11
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

bpkeyutil.exe fails with error: bpkeyutil.c.xxx: main: Function call write_key_file failed. Errno = 2

When executing bpkeyutil.exe locally on a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (X64) NetBackup 6.5.4 client an error is produced after entering a new pass phrase:
TECH75209 | 2013-10-24
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

BUG REPORT: A Lotus restore pre-fetches a lower number of log extents than specified by the parameter lotus_notes_logcachesize. As a result, the recovery of the restored transaction log fails with nblnagent error code 30 reported.

nblnagent main(): ERR - API Failed NSFRecoverDatabases ( 30 )
TECH68558 | 2013-10-24
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Device management status code 30

Device management status code 30
HOWTO91157 | 2013-10-02
How To | CMS-XML

Device configuration status code 30

Device configuration status code 30
HOWTO91070 | 2013-10-02
How To | CMS-XML

NetBackup status code: 30

Check the NetBackup All Log Entries report for clues on where and why the failure occurred. For detailed troubleshooting information, create a debug log for the process that you think may have returned this status code . Then, retry the operation and check the resulting debug log.
HOWTO90459 | 2013-10-02
How To | CMS-XML

Alternate path restore of a Windows client fails with status 12: Couldn't open /usr/openv/netbackup/.rename.xxx on client MyClient, status: 2

A restore of a Windows client fails with status 12. The Job Details show this is due to being unable to create the rename file on the destination client. Status 2 Status 12
TECH174179 | 2013-09-03
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Device configuration status code 30

Device configuration status code 30
HOWTO51419 | 2012-11-19
How To | CMS-XML

NetBackup status code: 30

Check the NetBackup All Log Entries report for clues on where and why the failure occurred. For detailed troubleshooting information, create a debug log for the process that you think may have returned this status code . Then, retry the operation and check the resulting debug log.
HOWTO50807 | 2012-11-19
How To | CMS-XML

Device management status code 30

Device management status code 30
HOWTO51507 | 2012-11-19
How To | CMS-XML

Windows backup is completing with status 1 with the error "WRN - can't open file: xxx (WIN32 32: The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. )"

Activity monitor detailed status shows: 08/19/2011 12:02:21 - positioning gcs035 to file 61 08/19/2011 12:02:35 - positioned gcs035; position time: 0:00:14
TECH168094 | 2012-07-28
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Getting error "error connecting to oprd on server xxx ,oprd returned abnormal status 96" when running the device configuration wizard

Getting error error connecting to oprd on server xxx ,oprd returned abnormal status 96 when running the device configuration wizard.Also unable to expand the devices tab ,getting error error connecting to oprd,network protocol error 39
TECH139362 | 2012-01-10
Technical Solutions | CMS-XML

Device management status code: 30

Device management status code : 30
HOWTO35617 | 2010-10-29
How To | CMS-XML

Device configuration status code: 30

Device configuration status code : 30
HOWTO35529 | 2010-10-29
How To | CMS-XML
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