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uexpected return value from db_IMAGErecieve : allocation failed 10 (status 10)

Created: 16 Apr 2013 • Updated: 23 Apr 2013 | 3 comments
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Hi All

Master server : Solaris 10, NBU 7.1.0.3.

I am try to fetch infomation about the images in media from catalog, I am facing issue in it.

When I try to do it from catalog section in GUI,I recieve following error.

uexpected return value from db_IMAGErecieve : allocation failed 10 (status 10)

When I run command bpimmedia from CLI , I recive "Allocation Failed " Error.

I followed one technote from Symantec and set the vaue 50 in DBMto file.

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH19038&profileURL=https%3A%2F%2Fsymaccount-profile.symantec.com%2FSSO%2Findex.jsp%3FssoID%3D1366139140416Luc8BxciY8VWaXge5CI0T6jx76xEERp7pTb26

but it dint work.

Size of catalog is around 1 TB.

Images are on Virtual media of Quantum DXI.

Please suggest on this.

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Marianne's picture

A bit shorter path to TN: http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH19038

Did you do the 'time' test with 0 (zero) in DBMto as per the TN?

# time bpimmedia -mediaid foobar

Did you restart NBU after adding creating or changing DBMto file?

I have only ever had success with this file after restarting NBU (although the TN does not mention restart).

PS: With catalog size of 1TB, it is probably time to split into two separate master servers or else have a good look at retention levels and to distinguish between recovery and retention needs - e.g. Financial data may need to be kept for 5 years, but is it necessary to also keep each system's OS drives/filesystem for the same length of time? 
Just a thought...

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ChAmp35's picture

Hi I had not tried to bounce NBU services. Also retention level of some backups are really high even to Infinite due to businesss needs.