Restore is failing with status code 95 Operation not support.

Article:TECH188387  |  Created: 2012-05-09  |  Updated: 2012-05-23  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH188387
Article Type
Technical Solution

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Issue



When trying to restore files that were backed from VxFS file system to Linux file system ext3 or tmpfs, the restore will fail with error "ACL not set. Errno = 95: Operation not supported"

 


Error



Example of errors.

Restore started 05/07/2012 18:26:59

 

18:28:34 (3151648.001) Restoring from copy 1 of image created Mon 07 May 2012 05:00:59 AM EDT

18:28:35 (3151648.001) TAR STARTED 31071

18:28:44 (3151648.001) INF - Beginning restore from server mlbbkupmed2 to client mlbudbsd1.

18:28:45 (3151648.001) /hes/dev/oracle/bck-01/BCDAGDEV/oracatalog/

18:28:45 (3151648.001) Changed /hes/dev/oracle/bck-01/BCDAGDEV/oracatalog/ to /export/restore/

18:28:45 (3151648.001) Directory /export/restore exists. Keeping it.

18:28:45 (3151648.001) /hes/dev/oracle/bck-01/BCDAGDEV/oracatalog/.btoconfig

18:28:45 (3151648.001) Changed /hes/dev/oracle/bck-01/BCDAGDEV/oracatalog/.btoconfig to /export/restore/.btoconfig

18:28:45 (3151648.001) acl failed for /export/restore/.btoconfig - ACL not set. Errno = 95: Operation not supported

18:28:45 (3151648.001) /hes/dev/oracle/bck-01/BCDAGDEV/oracatalog/.jobid


Environment



Linux RedHat client backup of files of VxFS file system type and try to restore the files to alternate location. The destination laction is either ext3  or tmpfs file system type.

 


Solution



Linux ext3 file system has extended attributes set so the restore will not work.

Restore to new destination location of VxFS file system type or restore the files back to where the files were backed from.


Supplemental Materials

Description

A backup was taken from a file system VxFS and try to restore to a different file system type on the same client. However, the destination file system that was used for the destination location was a ext3 or tmpfs file system type. Restore will not work because Linux file system has extended attributes.



Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH188387


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