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NetBackup status code: 902

NetBackup status code : 902
HOWTO104380 | 2014-11-20
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NBU status: 902, EMM status: RB invalid argument

11/08/2011 23:00:34 - requesting resource abc_sug_b_ll800 11/08/2011 23:00:34 - Error nbjm (pid=1237) NBU status: 902, EMM status: RB invalid argument RB invalid argument ( 902 )
TECH174277 | 2012-07-21
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NetBackup status code 902: RB invalid argument

TECH59204 | 2009-01-12
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VMWare backup error: Error opening the snapshot disks using given transport mode: Status 23

07/19/2013 10:59:10 : g_vixinterfacelogger:libvix.cpp:1829 INFO : nbd_clientopen: attempting to create connection to vpxa-nfc://[lun_sata05] symantecHAtest/ 902
TECH208807 | 2015-02-24
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BUG REPORT: Status 26, Failed to store the results of the backup in the DARS database

13:05:51. 902 [6696.2472] 16 send_xml_to_dars: dars_xml_complete() failed: sql error 2007063 - INSERT INTO dars_oracle_controlfile ( BackupKey, ConfigurationKey, CheckpointChangeNum, CheckpointChangeTime, ResetlogChangeNum,
TECH130783 | 2011-03-02
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nbu / vmware - Error opening the snapshot disks using given transport mode: Status 23 | Symantec Connect

nbu / vmware - Error opening the snapshot disks using given transport mode: Status 23 For all vmware policies in Netbackup I get "Error opening the snapshot disks using given transport mode: Status 23". The transport method is nbd. The backup server can telnet to the ESX hosts on port 443 and 902 .
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VMware linux file restore failing with status 2800 | Symantec Connect

NetBackup status code: 2800 what is the transport method that you are using...? if you are using does port 902 is listion state between the media server and ESXi host please enable the bpvmutil log in the backup host and try the restore..
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Status Code Chart

901 902 903
TECH58686 | 2014-02-18
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STATUS CODE 26: Backup running as non-root user fails if more than 6 mount points on client host are not accessible

12:22:59. 902 [303250] 2 logconnections: BPJOBD CONNECT FROM TO
TECH62758 | 2009-01-22
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NetBackup messages

RB invalid argument See NetBackup status code : 902 RB max reallocation tries exceeded
HOWTO103773 | 2014-11-20
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RMAN backup is slow when AUTOBACKUP CONTROLFILE is configured for the Oracle instance

12:58:33 . 902 [17650] 2 dbc_get_string: Output = EXIT STATUS 227 12:58:33.902 [17650] 8 VxBSAQueryObject: WRN - Query unsuccessful for client myclient
TECH61598 | 2009-01-12
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VMware Transport Modes: Best practices and troubleshooting

The VMware Backup Host will need the ability to connect to TCP port 902 on ESX/ESXi hosts while using NBD/NBDSSL for backup/restores.
TECH183072 | 2014-10-08
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NetBackup 6.x and 7.x firewall port requirements

If using query builder (VIP), master server to vCenter requires TCP port 443. If using the nbd transport type, backup host to ESX host requires TCP port 902 . To backup and restore SharePoint:
TECH136090 | 2014-12-09
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NBU is skipping a file while backing up some other files with long path names

: file_path 2:59:43. 902 PM: [2356.2824] 2 tar_base::v_vtarmsgw: INF - Excluded : file_path
TECH223829 | 2014-09-18
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Firewall port requirements for NetBackup for VMware agent

The NetBackup backup host always requires connectivity to the VMware vCenter server at port 443 (TCP). When using nbd as the backup or restore transport type the NetBackup backup host will need connectivity to each ESX/ESXi host at port 902 (TCP). When using VMware Intelligent Policy (VIP), i.e. query builder, the NetBackup master server requires connectivity to the VMware vCenter server port 443 (TCP).
TECH213567 | 2014-09-04
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