Backup Exec for Windows generates an Alert after Database Maintenance runs: "Maintenance has failed: 10, Dump database failed"

Article:TECH58982  |  Created: 2008-01-26  |  Updated: 2012-07-09  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH58982
Article Type
Technical Solution

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Issue



Backup Exec for Windows generates an Alert after Database Maintenance runs: "Maintenance has failed: 10, Dump database failed"


Error



Maintainance has failed: 10, Dump database failed.


Cause



SQL SERVER (INSTANCENAME) would be either running in existing or any non-existing domain administrator account.
 


Solution



Verify that SQL SERVER (INSTANCENAME) is running under Local System account and not Domain Administrator account.
 
From BEUtility, Run Dump database.
It should be successful.
 
2) Please perform the following steps to check the  database consistency.

To check Database Consistency, Rebuild Indices and Repair the Database, please do the following:
To start BEUtility (default path C:\Program Files\VERITAS\Backup Exec\NT or C:\Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec\ directory.)

Note: If it is not listed here, right-click All Media Servers, and select New Media Server and  type in the media server name and click Ok.

1. Quit Backup Exec
2. Start BEUtility, and select the Backup Exec Media Server
3. Under Database Tasks, click "Check Database Consistency"
4. Under Database Tasks, click "Rebuild Indices"
5. Under Database Tasks, click "Repair Database "

Supplemental Materials

ValueV-287-10


Legacy ID



301981


Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH58982


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