IBM Spectrum Protect: Server Messages and Error Codes

IBM Spectrum Protect
Version 8.1.3
Server Messages and Error Codes
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IBM Spectrum Protect
Version 8.1.3
Server Messages and Error Codes
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Note:
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This edition applies to version 8, release 1, modification 3 of IBM Spectrum Protect (product numbers 5725-W98,
5725-W99, 5725-X15, 5725-X18) and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new
editions.
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IBM Spectrum Protect server and client messages
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Example one for QUERY EVENT command . .
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Device drivers completion codes: Common
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Device drivers completion codes: Tape drives
Descriptions of standard ASC and ASCQ codes .
ASC and ASCQ codes in the Windows Event
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Chapter 5. Device error codes in the
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Chapter 4. Descriptions of I/O codes
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Completion code and operation code values
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Appendix. Accessibility features for
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About this publication
IBM Spectrum Protect™ is an enterprise-wide storage management application for
the network. It provides automated storage management services to multi-vendor
workstations, personal computers, and local area network (LAN) file servers.
This publication contains explanations and suggested actions for messages issued
by the IBM Spectrum Protect server.
Who should read this publication
The target audience for this publication is system administrators who service the
IBM Spectrum Protect components. In this publication, it is assumed that you have
a working knowledge of the IBM Spectrum Protect server and client components.
Publications
The IBM Spectrum Protect product family includes IBM Spectrum Protect
Snapshot, IBM Spectrum Protect for Space Management, IBM Spectrum Protect for
Databases, and several other storage management products from IBM®.
To view IBM product documentation, see IBM Knowledge Center.
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Chapter 1. Introduction to messages
Messages, error codes, and return codes are issued by the IBM Spectrum Protect
server and clients.
Messages and codes can appear on the server console, the administrative client, an
operator terminal, the administrative graphical user interface, the backup-archive
client, or the hierarchical storage managment client (HSM client).
IBM Spectrum Protect provides an activity log to help the administrator track
server activity and monitor the system. The activity log contains messages
generated by the server, and is stored in the database. The server automatically
deletes messages from the activity log after they have passed the specified
retention period. Any messages sent to the server console are stored in the activity
log. Examples of the types of messages stored in the activity log include:
v When client sessions start or end
v When migration starts or ends
v When backed up files are expired from server storage
v Any output generated from background processes
Some messages have no explanations and are not published. The client can send
statistics to the server providing information about a backup or restore. These
statistics are informational messages that can be enabled or disabled to the various
event logging receivers. These messages are not published.
Related tasks:
Using the activity log (V7.1.1)
IBM Spectrum Protect server and client messages format
IBM Spectrum Protect server and client messages consist of the following elements:
v A three-letter prefix. Messages have different prefixes to help you identify the
IBM Spectrum Protect component that issues the message. Typically, all
messages for a component have the same prefix. Sometimes a component issues
messages with two or three different prefixes.
For example, backup-archive clients issue messages with the ANS prefix.
Backup-archive client events that are logged to the server have the ANE prefix.
Server common and server platform-specific messages have the ANR prefix.
v A numeric message identifier.
v A one-letter severity code. The following codes indicate the severity of the action
that generated the message:
Code
S
Severity
Severe
E
Error
W
Warning
I
Information
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Meaning
The product or a product function cannot continue. User
response is required.
An error is encountered during processing. Processing might
stop. User response might be required.
Processing continues, but problems might occur later as a result
of the warning.
Processing continues. User response is not necessary.
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v Message text that is displayed on screen and written to message logs.
v Explanation, System Action, and User Response texts. These texts elaborate on
the message text, and are available in the product messages publications and in
the command line help.
The following image presents a typical IBM Spectrum Protect server message.
The callouts identify each element of the message.
Message Prefix
Message Number
Message Type*
ANR 0992 I
Server installation complete.
Message Text
Explanation: The server installation procedure
has completed successfully. The server is now
available for normal operation.
Explanation
System Action: Server completes installation
processing.
System Action
User Response: None.
User Response
* I = Information
E = Error
S = Severe Error
W = Warning
K = Kernel message that originates from the
hierarchical storage management (HSM) client
Message variables in the message text appear in italics.
Interpreting return code messages
Many different commands can generate the same return code. The following
examples are illustrations of two different commands issued that result in the same
return code; therefore, you must read the descriptive message for the command.
In these examples, two different commands yield the same return code, but they
also return descriptive messages that are unique to each command. The two
commands are q event standard dddd and def vol cstg05 primary. Both yield a
generic message with return code:
ANS5102I: Return Code 11.
But the first command also yields a descriptive message:
ANR2034I: QUERY EVENT: No match found for this query.
And the second command also yields a unique, descriptive message:
ANRxxxx: DEFINE VOLUME: Storage pool CSTG05 is not defined.
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Example one for QUERY EVENT command
Example two for DEFINE VOLUME command
Chapter 1. Introduction to messages
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Chapter 2. ANE messages
ANE messages are issued by the server. All messages with the ANE prefix are
client events logged to the server.
ANE messages list
Messages are listed in ascending numerical order. All elements of the message are
documented.
For a list of new, changed, and deleted server messages, see the following files in
the server installation directory:
Release_msg_chgs
This file contains all new, changed, and deleted messages from the
previous server version to the current version.
Maint_msg_chgs
This file contains all new, changed, and deleted messages from the current
server version to the current release.
These files are in the installation_directory\doc directory for Windows
operating systems and the installation_directory/server/bin/ directory for all
other operating systems.
These files are also available in New, changed, and deleted server messages on the
IBM Spectrum Protect wiki.
ANE4000E
Error processing 'filespace-name': file
space does not exist.
Explanation: The specified file space (domain) is
incorrect or does not exist on the workstation. If the
message results from the BACKUP IMAGE command
with the -MODE=INCREMENTAL option, it means that
you have entered the name of a raw logical volume.
The MODE=INCREMENTAL option is not valid for
raw logical volumes.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Try the operation again, specifying an
existing domain (drive letter or file system name). If
the message resulted from improper use of the
MODE=INCREMENTAL option, try the command
again, omitting that option.
ANE4001E
The file space for domain 'filespace-name'
could not be found on the IBM
Spectrum Protect server.
Explanation: The specified file space was expected to
be found on the server, but it no longer exists. It is
possible that a command was issued to delete the file
space from the server while the current operation was
in progress.
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System action: IBM Spectrum Protect processing
stops.
User response: Try the operation again. If the problem
recurs, check the error log for any other messages that
might indicate a reason for the failure. Try to correct
any indicated problems, then try the operation again. If
the problem persists, contact IBM technical support for
further assistance.
ANE4002E
Error processing 'filespace-name': volume
label does not exist
Explanation: The selected drive does not have a label.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect is unable to do
the requested operation without a drive or label
entered.
User response: If the drive is a floppy drive, place a
disk with a volume label in it and retry the operation.
If the disk is a hard drive, ensure the drive has a
volume label, and retry the operation.
ANE4003E
Error processing 'filespace-name':
duplicate volume label encountered
Explanation: The selected drive has a duplicate
volume label. Because IBM Spectrum Protect uses the
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volume label to keep track of backup/archive
information, it cannot back up or archive files from a
drive with a duplicate volume label.
Exclude option to exclude the directory from the
operation.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect cannot select the
drive.
ANE4007E
User response: If the volume needs to be available to
the system, exit IBM Spectrum Protect, and assign a
volume label to the drive. Restart IBM Spectrum
Protect and retry the operation.
ANE4004E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': destination file
or directory is write locked
Explanation: The file or directory being restored or
retrieved from the server cannot be written to because
the destination is write locked. Another operation
might have the file open and will not allow it to be
updated.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Either determine which operation has
the file write locked, or restore the file to another name
or location.
ANE4005E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file not found
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': access to the
object is denied
Explanation: Access to the specified file or directory is
denied. You tried to read from or write to a file and
you do not have access permission for either the file or
the directory.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Ensure that you specified the correct
file or directory name, correct the permissions, or
specify a new location.
ANE4008E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file is
temporarily unavailable
Explanation: File is temporarily unavailable.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Check and see if file is locked by other
process. If not, retry the command.
ANE4009E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': disk full
condition
Explanation: The file being processed for backup,
archive or migrate no longer exists on the client.
Another process deletes the file before it can be backed
up, archived or migrated by IBM Spectrum Protect.
Explanation: No more files can be restored or
retrieved because the destination disk is full.
System action: File skipped.
System action: The client prompts you for action:
User response: None.
v Retry this object
v Skip this object
ANE4006E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': directory path
not found
Explanation: The operating system returned a "path
not found" status when IBM Spectrum Protect
attempted to access the directory. You either have
specified a directory that does not exist, as shown in
the message (path-name), or the directory being
processed no longer exists on the client because another
process deleted it before it could be backed up or
archived by IBM Spectrum Protect.
System action: The directory is skipped, processing
continues
User response: Recheck all spelling and punctuation,
particularly the placement of directory delimiters (for
example, "\"). Correct the syntax if it is incorrect, then
retry the operation. Ensure that the path is specified
correctly and that the directory actually exists. Retry
the command with the corrected path and directory
name. If you cannot correct the directory name, use the
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v Abort the action
User response: Select the appropriate action for this
object. Create some free space on the destination disk
before you retry the operation. Another option is to
restore or retrieve the file to another disk.
ANE4010E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': stale NFS handle
Explanation: An NFS file system becomes stale.
System action: File system skipped.
User response: Verify that the NFS file system is
mounted. If the problem persists, unmount and
remount the file system, then try the operation again.
ANE4011E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': no file handles
available
Explanation: All file handles for your system are
currently in use. No more are available.
ANE4012E • ANE4019E
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Either free some file handles by ending
other processes, or modify your system setup to allow
for more files to be open at the same time.
ANE4012E
'filespace namepath-namefile-name' already
exists. It will be skipped.
Explanation: The client tried to restore or retrieve the
specified file, but the file already existed in the target
restore location and the user chose not to replace the
existing file.
System action: The file is skipped, a message is
logged in dsmerror.log, and restore or retrieve
processing continues with the next object.
User response: The file was skipped because either
REPLACE NO was in effect, causing all existing files
and directories to be skipped, or REPLACE PROMPT
was in effect, and when prompted, the user chose to
skip this file or all existing directories and files. No
additional action is necessary if the decision to skip the
file was deliberate. Otherwise the operation can be
retried using either REPLACE ALL REPLACE
PROMPT.
ANE4013E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': invalid file
handle
Explanation: An internal system error occurred. A file
operation failed because an invalid file handle was
passed.
that IBM Spectrum Protect cannot handle or recover
from.
System action: processing stops.
User response: Try the operation again. If the problem
continues, look for other indications of system
problems to determine where the problem exists. Most
systems have error or event logs which may contain
additional information. See your system administrator
or IBM Spectrum Protect administrator for further help.
ANE4016E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file is being
executed; write permission denied
Explanation: The current file cannot be opened to
write to because it is currently being run by another
operation.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Stop the operation that is running the
file and retry the operation, or restore or retrieve the
file to a different name or directory.
ANE4017E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': too many
symbolic links were detected while
resolving name
Explanation: While trying to resolve the file name, too
many symbolic links were found.
System action: File skipped.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Ensure that you do not have a looping
symbolic link for the file.
User response: Report the problem to your system
administrator, and then retry the operation.
ANE4018E
ANE4014E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': unknown system
error (error-code) encountered. Program
ending.
Explanation: An unrecognized and unexpected
error-code occurred within the client program. This is a
programming failure and the client program ends.
System action: processing stops.
User response: Try the operation again. If the problem
continues, report the error to your IBM Spectrum
Protect administrator.
ANE4015E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': unexpected IBM
Spectrum Protect error (error-code)
encountered
Explanation: An unexpected error occurred. This
might be a low-level system or communication error
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file name too
long
Explanation: The file name specified is too long to be
handled by IBM Spectrum Protect.
System action: File is skipped.
User response: See the appropriate Using the
Backup-Archive Client book for the particular operating
system, for the file names that are handled by IBM
Spectrum Protect.
ANE4019E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file system is
locked by system
Explanation: File system cannot be accessed because it
is locked by the system.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect cannot complete
the operation.
User response: See your system administrator.
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ANE4020E
The data format for object 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name' is unknown. The
unknown format usually occurs when
the file was backed up or archived by a
later version of IBM Spectrum Protect.
Explanation: When a file is backed up or archived,
IBM Spectrum Protect includes some additional
information about the file. This message is issued if
IBM Spectrum Protect cannot recognize the information
during a restore or retrieve operation. The most likely
cause is that the file was backed up or archived with a
newer version of IBM Spectrum Protect. If the file was
backed up from a case-preserving but not case-sensitive
file system, the file name might be displayed with
incorrect casing. The incorrect casing does not
otherwise affect processing since the file is skipped.
System action: The file is not restored or retrieved.
Processing continues with the next file.
ANE4024E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file write error
Explanation: An error was found while writing to the
file.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Check your system to ensure that it is
operating properly.
ANE4025E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file exceeds user
or system file limit
Explanation: A file being backed up/restored or
archived/retrieved exceeds system set limits for this
user. Shown below are the filesize limits corresponding
to various platforms.
AIX
68,589,453,312 (64GB)
User response: Try the restore or retrieve operation
again with a current version of the IBM Spectrum
Protect client software. If the problem persists, contact
IBM technical support for further assistance.
HP-UX 1,099,511,627,775 (1TB-1)
ANE4021E
Mac OS9
18,446,744,073,709,551,616 (16EB)
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file system not
ready
Explanation: The file system/drive was not ready for
access.
Linux
2,147,483,647 (2GB)
Mac pre-OS9
2,147,482,624 (2GB-1K)
NetWare
4,294,963,200 (4GB -4KB)
System action: Processing stopped.
NUMA-Q DYNIX/ptx
4.5 1,095,216,660,480 (1TB-4GB)
User response: Ensure that the drive is available to
IBM Spectrum Protect, and then retry the operation.
OS/390 4,294,967,295 (4GB)
ANE4022E
Solaris 2.6 or higher
1,099,511,627,775 (1TB-1)
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file system is
invalid.
Explanation: The drive was not available for access.
System action: processing stops.
User response: Ensure that the drive is operational,
and then try the operation again. If this is unsuccessful,
check the error log.
ANE4023E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file input/output
error
Explanation: An error was found while reading from
or writing to the file.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Check your system to ensure that it is
operating properly. For OS/2, run CHKDSK /F for the
failing drive which can be found in dsmerror.log.
SGI
18,446,744,073,709,551,615 (16EB-1)
Tru64 UNIX
1,099,511,627,776 (1TB)
UnixWare
2,147,483,647 (2GB)
Windows ME (FAT32)
4,294,967,295 (4GB)
Windows NT/2000 (NTFS)
17,592,185,978,880 (16TB-64K)
System action: File skipped.
User response: Ensure that the system limits are set
properly.
ANE4026W
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': size of 'file-size'
exceeded the maximum file size limit on
your system
Explanation: You tried to restore or retrieve a file that
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ANE4027S • ANE4033E
has exceeded the maximum file size limitation on your
system.
ANE4031E
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect cannot restore
or retrieve the file.
User response: Restore or retrieve this file on a system
that supports the file size. See your system
administrator.
ANE4027S
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': internal program
message 'value' encountered
Explanation: An unexpected catastrophic program
failure occurred, indicated by value.
Error processing
'file_space_namepath_namefile_name'. Name
exceeds an internal IBM Spectrum
Protect limit.
Explanation: During a file operation, IBM Spectrum
Protect encountered a filename where at least one
component of the file name (file_space_name,
path_name or directory_name or file_name) exceeded
an internal IBM Spectrum Protect maximum. The
internal IBM Spectrum Protect limits should not be
confused with the operating system limits for
file_space_name, path_name or directory_name,
file_name.
System action: Processing stopped.
Shown below are the IBM Spectrum Protect internal file
name limits for various platforms.
User response: Retry the operation. If the problem
continues, see your system administrator or service
representative.
AIX HP-UX Solaris
File_space_name
Path_name or directory_name
File_name
1024
1023
256
Linux
File_space_name
Path_name or directory_name
File_name
1024
768
256
Windows XP/2000/2003
File_space_name
Path_name or directory_name
File_name
1024
248
248
ANE4028E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': cannot create
file/directory entry
Explanation: The directory path for files being
restored or retrieved cannot be created.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Ensure that you have the proper
authorization to create the directory for file being
restored or retrieved.
ANE4029E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': unable to build
a directory path; a file exists with the
same name as a directory
System action: The file is skipped.
User response: Reduce the size of the filename so that
it is smaller that the IBM Spectrum Protect internal
limits.
ANE4032E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file is not
compressed.
Explanation: IBM Spectrum Protect tried to create a
directory path, but is unable to because a file exists that
has the same name as a directory.
Explanation: A file that was flagged as compressed
was not compressed, and the system failed.
System action: Processing stopped.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Remove the file that has the same
name as the directory. Refer to the last restore/retrieve
operation and check all directories along the path.
User response: See your system administrator to
report this problem. This error is a system failure.
ANE4030E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': disk space limit
for this process reached
Explanation: The disk space allocated for the client
owner is full.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Free up disk space and retry the
restore or retrieve operation.
ANE4033E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file compressed
on a different client machine that has
more memory
Explanation: You are trying to restore a file that was
backed up and compressed on another client
workstation that had more memory than your client
workstation. You cannot restore this file. When the file
is restored, it is expanded and your workstation does
not have enough memory.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect canceled the
operation.
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User response: Obtain a machine with more memory
and retry the operation.
ANE4034E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': unknown system
error
Explanation: An unknown error occurred. This might
be a low-level system or communication error that IBM
Spectrum Protect cannot handle or recover from.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Retry the operation. If the problem
continues, determine where the problem exists. See
your system administrator for further help.
ANE4035W
File 'filespace namepath-namefile-name'
currently unavailable on server.
Explanation: You tried to restore or retrieve a file that
is currently not available from the IBM Spectrum
Protect server.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect Cannot restore
or retrieve the file.
User response: Try to restore or retrieve after the file
was made available on the server. See your system
administrator.
ANE4036E
An error occurred saving the registry
key.
Explanation: The active registry key cannot be copied
to the ADSM.SYS staging directory.
System action: Registry backup operation terminates.
User response: Check the space available on the
Windows boot partition to ensure there enough space
to contain a copy of the Windows registry. This might
require several megabytes of free space. Also check the
Windows permissions on the ADSM.SYS staging
directory and ensure that the Windows user under
which you are running IBM Spectrum Protect has full
access to that directory and its contents.
ANE4037E
Object 'file-namefile-namefile-name'
changed during processing. Object
skipped.
Explanation: The specified file-name was skipped
during backup, archive, or migrate because it was
changing during the attempt to process it.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect skipped the
object.
User response: If you want the file backed up,
archived, or migrated, retry the operation. If it fails,
determine why the object is being changed. For more
information on backing up, archiving, or migrating
changing objects, see your system administrator.
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ANE4038E
An error occurred processing file system
'filespace name'.
Explanation: File system 'filespace name' is corrupted or
contains one or more corrupted directories and cannot
be processed.
System action: File system is skipped.
User response: Check your system to ensure that it is
operating properly. For the Windows environment, run
CHKDSK utility for the failing drive. More information
about corrupted directories can be found in
dsmerror.log.
ANE4039E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': compressed file
is corrupted and cannot be expanded.
Explanation: The compressed file cannot be expanded
correctly due to one of the following reasons:
There is a problem on the tape.
There is a communications problem.
The compressed file was corrupted on the IBM
Spectrum Protect Server.
System action: File skipped.
User response: 1) The compressed file is corrupted
because there is a problem on the tape. To know if this
is the problem, please issue the following command on
the IBM Spectrum Protect Server: audit volume
<volume_name> fix=no If there is any problem
reported, you could move the data from that volume to
a new one (see command MOVE DATA) and try again
the restore. 2) There are communications problems
between the IBM Spectrum Protect Server and the IBM
Spectrum Protect Client and the results is that the file is
corrupted during the transmission. If you use a gigabit
ethernet adapter on the Server please upgrade the card
driver (AIX platform) or add provided by SUN
suggested changes to some system network options
which have resolved this problem (SUN platform). 3)
Please verify with your network support if during the
restore there are no any problems between the IBM
Spectrum Protect Client/Server that is originating the
file corruption.
ANE4040E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file system
filespace name has exceeded its space
management quota.
Explanation: IBM Spectrum Protect detects that the
file system has exceeded its quota. No more data can
be migrated out of this file system.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect will not migrate
files from this file system.
User response: Recall some files, or ask the system
administrator to increase the quota for this file system.
ANE4041E • ANE4049I
ANE4041E
A Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2
VMware guest cannot be restored with a
non-Windows data mover.
Explanation: A Windows data mover must run certain
commands to complete the restore of the Active
Directory. Non-Windows data movers do not have the
necessary tools to complete this operation. Windows
VMware guests that are at Windows Server 2012 or
higher are not affected by this restriction.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Use a Windows data mover to
complete this action.
ANE4046E
Explanation: You tried to read from or write to a file
or directory that is corrupted. The corrupted file is
skipped. If this is a directory, the objects contained in
the directory and its subdirectories are skipped.
System action: This object will be skipped.
User response: Check your system to ensure that the
filespace is not corrupted by using system tools like
chkdsk (Windows) or fsck (UNIX).
ANE4047E
ANE4042E
Object name 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name' contains one or
more unrecognized characters and is not
valid.
Explanation: The file name, directory name, or
volume label syntax is incorrect.
System action: The file is skipped.
User response: Check the disk for errors.
ANE4044E
Error processing 'filespace-namepathnamefile-name': Case-sensitive name
conflict exists.
Explanation: While processing the specified file on the
workstation, another file name was encountered with a
similar name which only differed in case. The
Backup-Archive client does not allow names which
differ only in case on this platform and cannot
guarantee the integrity of the file, so the file is skipped.
System action: This object will be skipped.
User response: Rename the file in question to a
unique name.
ANE4045E
Error processing 'filespace-namepathnamefile-name': Case-sensitive name
conflict exists. The directory tree will be
skipped.
Explanation: While processing the specified file on the
workstation, another object name was encountered with
a similar name which only differed in case. The
Backup-Archive client does not allow names which
differ only in case on this platform and cannot
guarantee the integrity of the file, so the directory and
all of the objects contained within it are skipped.
System action: This object will be skipped.
User response: Rename the file in question to a
unique name.
There is an error processing
'filespace-namepath-namefile-name': the
object is corrupted and unreadable.
There is a read error on
'file-namefile-namefile-name'. The file is
skipped.
Explanation: The specified file-name was skipped
during backup archive because the file could not be
read.
If you are performing a JFS2 snapshot based operation,
it is possible that the snapshot was not large enough to
contain all the changes made to the filesystem after the
snapshot was created. This could cause the snapshot to
become invalid thereby preventing IBM Spectrum
Protect client from reading the snapshot.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect skipped the file.
User response: Check your system to ensure that it is
operating properly.
If you are performing a JFS2 snapshot based operation,
please use the default snapshotcachesize of 100% and
ensure that the volume group has sufficient disk space
to allocate snapshots at least as large as the file system
and retry the operation.
ANE4048W
LAN-Free connection failed.
Explanation: ENABLELANFREE option is set to YES
for this session, but an attempt to establish LAN-Free
connection failed.
System action: The IBM Spectrum Protect client will
failover to non LAN-Free support.
User response: Review the IBM Spectrum Protect
error.log for LAN-Free failures. Check your LAN-Free
setup and verify that all components are working
properly.
ANE4049I
Established LAN-Free connection.
Explanation: ENABLELANFREE option is set to YES
for this session and the IBM Spectrum Protect client
successfully established LAN-Free connection with
server, after the LAN-Free connection was broken.
System action: The IBM Spectrum Protect client will
communicate with the server via LAN-Free.
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User response: Review the IBM Spectrum Protect
error.log for LAN-Free errors. Check your LAN-Free
setup and verify that all components are working
properly.
an encrypted file system (EFS). The file was backed up
in the raw encrypted format. Either the target
filesystem does not support the encrypted format, or
restore does not have write access to the directory to
which the file is to be restored.
ANE4050W
System action: The restore is terminated.
Scheduled action 'schedule-action' did not
execute for schedule 'schedule-name' as
the IBM Spectrum Protect administrator
has been disabled from executing the
scheduled action on the client.
Explanation: One or more of the client options schedcmddisabled, srvprepostscheddisabled,
srvprepostsnapdisabled, restretrscheddisabled, have
been set to YES on the client thereby preventing the
IBM Spectrum Protect administrator from executing one
of the following scheduled actions on the client preschedule, postschedule, presnapshot, postsnapshot
or scheduled operating system commands, restore or
retrieve operations.
User response:
v The file cannot be restored to this location if the file
system is not the AIX Enhanced Journaled File
System (JFS2)
v If the file is JFS2 but EFS is not enabled, then EFS
must be enabled before the file can be restored
v If the user ID under which restore is being run does
not have write permission for the directory, the
permissions must be changed or the restore must be
run under a different user ID
ANE4053E
System action: The scheduled operation will not be
executed and a message will be logged to IBM
Spectrum Protect Server indicating this.
User response: None required.
ANE4051E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': The decryption
option is in effect, but the user ID
under which back-up or archive is being
run is not authorized to decrypt this
encrypted-file-system (EFS) file.
Explanation: The file being processed is encrypted by
an encrypted file system (EFS). The option is specified
to back-up or archive the file in decrypted form. The
user ID under which the back-up or archive is being
run does not have decryption rights for this file.
System action: The file is skipped.
User response: There are three possible ways to make
decryption work:
v Re-encrypt the file under the encryption key of a
group to which both the owner and the
back-up/archive user IDs belong
v Add the back-up/archive user ID to the list of users
authorized to decrypt this file
v Run the back-up or archive under the owner's user
ID, if possible
ANE4052E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name':
Encrypted-file-system (EFS) file cannot
be restored, because file system does
not support restore from the raw-EFS
back-up data, or possibly because the
restore function does not have write
access to the directory.
Explanation: The file being processed is encrypted by
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Error processing 'filespace path filename':
The file cannot be restored because the
file system or operating system does not
support the Encrypting File System
(EFS) data.
Explanation: The specified object was backed-up as
raw Encrypting File System (EFS) data. The client is
trying to restore or retrieve the object to a destination
that does not support the EFS data. The location might
not support the EFS data for one of the following
reasons:
v The operating system does not provide the support,
or is a release that does not include the support
v EFS support has not been activated on the operating
system
v The target file system does not support the EFS data
System action: The object is not restored or retrieved.
Processing continues with the next object.
User response: If this file must be restored, restore it
to an AIX operating system environment supporting
EFS data.
ANE4054E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': The encryption
key is not loaded.
Explanation: The file being processed is encrypted by
an encrypted file system (EFS). The option is specified
to backup or archive the file in decrypted form. The
encryption key, required to decrypt the file, is not
loaded in the kernel keyring.
System action: The file is skipped.
User response: There are three situations in which this
problem can occur:
v You just performed initial activation of EFS on the
AIX system, and have not logged out. AIX does load
the keys for the session running at the time of initial
activation. Solution: Logout and login again.
ANE4055E • ANE4063W
v The login password has been changed recently, and
you normally run with the EFS password the same
as the login password. AIX does not automatically
change the EFS password when you change the login
password. Solution: Issue 'efskeymgr -n' to set the
EFS password to be the same as the login password.
from 8192 characters to 6000 characters. Objects with
high level names that exceed 6000 characters are not
supported for backup or archive. Beginning with IBM
Spectrum Protect backup-archive client version 6.2, the
maximum high level name length was similarly
reduced.
v You need to run the decrypting backup when the
EFS password is different from the login password.
Solution: Issue 'efskeymgr -o ksh' to launch a new
shell with the keys loaded. AIX will prompt you for
the EFS password as you launch the shell. Run the
backup from the new shell.
System action: The file or directory specified in the
message is skipped. Processing will continue with the
next object.
ANE4055E
ANE4058I
Cannot update file space 'filespace-name':
the file space version on the IBM
Spectrum Protect server is not
compatible with this client
Explanation: The file space on the IBM Spectrum
Protect server is not compatible with this client. This is
caused by performing a backup or archive operation
with a client and then using a down-level client and
attempting a backup or archive operation targeting the
same file space.
This problem occurs specifically after a Windows or
AIX client V6.1 or higher performs a backup or archive
operation and then a subsequent backup or archive
operation is attempted with a client V5.5 or lower.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Contact your IBM Spectrum Protect
server administrator for further assistance.
Explanation: A write failure is often a result of
insufficient access permissions to the options file, but
could also be caused by the lack of available disk
space. The replication server connection information
can not be saved and failover will not be possible.
System action: The operation failed.
User response: Check the local disk for possible
causes of the write error, and check to see that
sufficient access to the options file is configured.
ANE4059I
User response: Use the correct level of the client.
ANE4056E
Object 'object-name' returned by the IBM
Spectrum Protect server has a high-level
name that exceeds the maximum length
of 6000 characters. The file or directory
cannot be processed.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
returned information about a backup or archive version
with a high level name that exceeds 6000 characters.
The high-level name is the directory path that contains
the object (file or directory).
This message is displayed when all of the following
conditions are true:
v The object was backed up or archived by a version
6.1 or lower IBM Spectrum Protect client.
v The object was backed up or archived to a version
5.5 or lower IBM Spectrum Protect server.
v IBM Spectrum Protect client version 6.2 or higher is
attempting to perform an operation that causes the
IBM Spectrum Protect server to return information
about this object to the client. Note: During
incremental backup, the server returns information to
the client about active backup versions which is used
to determine which files have changed.
Beginning with IBM Spectrum Protect server version
6.1, the maximum high level name length was reduced
A write failure occurred while
attempting to save node replication
failover values to the options file.
The option USEREPLICATIONFailover
is set to NO. The node will not fail over
to the secondary server
Explanation: This option will prevent the node from
connecting to the replication server in the event of a
failure of the primary server.
System action: The client will not connect to the
primary server and processing stops.
User response: No response is required.
ANE4061I
Connected to secondary server secondary
server; in fail over mode. Home server is:
home server;
Explanation: The node is configured for replication
and has successfully connected to the secondary server.
This message is to notify the server administrator that a
node has connected to the secondary server in fail over
mode.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANE4063W
IBM Spectrum Protect application
protection cannot copy the application
metafile 'App-Metadata-File-Name' from
the following VM: 'VM-Name'.
Individual database restore from this
backup is not supported.
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Check health of application writers and
databases
ANE4067E
Explanation: The application metafile was not found
on the guest machine.
Snapshot operation attempt x of y for
the guest virtual machine 'VM' failed
using "sType" snapshot.
Backup failed.
System action: The operation completes. However, the
application metafile was not copied.
Explanation: All snapshot retry attempts of the guest
virtual machine failed.
User response: Make sure that the application VSS
writers are running on this guest machine, and the
application database is in the state to allow the backup.
For Exchange check that databases are mounted. For
SQL check databases are online. Then try the operation
again.
System action: Processing stops.
ANE4064I
Restoring vCloud Director vApp 'vapp
name' from Organization VDC 'org vdc
name' from organization 'org name'
Target vApp name is 'restored vapp name'
Restore VAPP command started. Total
number of vApps to process: vapps num
to restore
User response: Check the error log for any messages
that indicate a reason for the failure. Correct any
problems and try the operation again. If the problem
persists, search the Support web site
(http://www.ibm.com/software/sysmgmt/products/
support/IBMTivoliStorageManager.html) for known
solutions.
ANE4068I
Explanation: The restore vApp operation completed.
System action: This message is for informational
purposes only.
User response: No action is required.
ANE4065E
Proxy rejected: data mover node 'dm
node' has not been granted proxy
authority for target node 'target_node',
associated with Organization vDC
'OVDC name' of Organization 'Org Name'.
Restored virtual machine 'VM' was
backed up using a "VMware Tools with
file system quiescing and application
quiescing disabled" snapshot.
This is equivalent to a "crash-consistent"
backup.
Explanation: The restored virtual machine was backed
up using a "VMware Tools with file system quiescing
and application quiescing disabled" snapshot.
Application Protection feature is not available.
System action: Restore of the VM continues.
User response: None
ANE4069E
Explanation: The operation requires that a proxy
access for the data center node is granted to the data
mover node.
The Windows domain credentials
cannot be found. Use the Data
Protection for VMware vSphere GUI
configuration editor to set the Windows
domain credentials.
System action: Operation is canceled for the specified
vApp.
Explanation: The required Windows domain
administrator credentials were not set.
User response: Run configuration wizard or
configuration editor to configure proper nodes
relashionship.
System action: Processing stops.
ANE4066I
Snapshot operation attempt x of y for
the guest virtual machine 'VM' failed
using "sType" snapshot.
Reattempting snapshot with "sType2"
snapshot.
Explanation: The snapshot operation has failed. A
snapshot retry operation has been scheduled.
System action: Retrying snapshot.
User response: Check the error log for any other
messages that might indicate a reason for the failure.
Correct any problems and try the operation again.
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User response: Set the Windows domain
administrator credentials in the Data Protection for
VMware vSphere GUI configuration editor.
ANE4070E
Windows domain credentials are
incorrect. Verify the credentials and use
dsmc SET PASSWORD -type=DOMAIN
'domain\userid' 'password' to update
the username and password.
Explanation: The supplied credentials are incorrect.
The system failed to authenticate to the Windows
domain using these credentials.
System action: Processing stops
User response: Use dsmc SET PASSWORD
-type=DOMAIN 'domain\userid' 'password' to update
ANE4071E • ANE4081E
the username and password. And then retry the
operation.
prevents successful restore of files that meet the
following conditions:
ANE4071E
v The file is encrypted by Microsoft Encrypting File
System (EFS) at the time it was backed up
'VM-Name' cannot be restored because it
was backed up with a newer version of
the client.
Explanation: The client version that attempted to
restore the virtual machine is earlier than the client
version that backed up the virtual machine. The virtual
machine cannot be restored with an earlier client
version.
v The file includes at least one data stream (alternate
"named" stream or unnamed stream) that is sparse
v The operating system is any edition of Microsoft XP,
Microsoft Windows Server 2003, or Microsoft
Windows Server 2003 R2
System action: The virtual machine is not restored.
Processing continues with the next virtual machine.
Because the file cannot be restored, IBM Spectrum
Protect does not back it up. The problem is
documented by Microsoft at http://
support.microsoft.com/kb/2525290.
User response: Upgrade the client to a version that is
compatible with the client version that backed up the
virtual machine.
System action: The file is not backed up or restored.
Processing continues with the next object or ends if
there are no further objects.
ANE4072E
User response: If this message is issued during a
backup operation, you can do the following:
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': unable to create
symbolic link; a file or directory exists
with the same name as the symbolic
link
Explanation: IBM Spectrum Protect tried to create a
symbolic link, but is unable to because a file or
directory exists that has the same name as the symbolic
link.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Remove the file or the directory that
has the same name as the symbolic link. Refer to the
last restore/retrieve operation.
ANE4073W
Snapshot operation attempt x of y for
the guest virtual machine 'VM' failed
using "sType" snapshot.
Reattempting snapshot with "sType2"
snapshot.
Explanation: The snapshot operation has failed. A
snapshot retry operation with different snapshot type
has been scheduled.
System action: Retrying snapshot with different
snapshot type.
User response: Check the error log for any other
messages that might indicate a reason for the failure.
Correct any problems and try the operation again.
ANE4077E
File 'filespace namepath-namefile-name' is
encrypted by Microsoft EFS and
contains at least one sparse data stream.
The operating system does not support
restore for this file so it is not backed
up or restored.
Explanation: An error in the Microsoft Windows API
v Disable EFS encryption for the file so that it can be
backed up.
v If a backup copy of the file is not necessary, you can
exclude it from backup.
ANE4078E
Content file content.spsig is missing, is
damaged or failed the signature check.
Explanation: The file content.spsig is missing. Or the
file is damaged or the signature of the file does not
match. See client log file for more information.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Make sure that the data in the
Operations Center, such as the client package or
Update Manager package, is correct or download the
correct version in the Operations Center.
ANE4079E
One or more files failed the signature
check.
Explanation: The signature of one or more files does
not match the contents of content.spsig. See the client
log file for more information.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Make sure that the data in the
Operations Center, such as the client package or
Update Manager package, is correct or download the
correct version in the Operations Center.
ANE4081E
Error processing 'filespace-name': file
space type is not supported.
Explanation: The specified file space type is not
currently supported by IBM Spectrum Protect on this
platform.
System action: The unsupported file system is
skipped. Processing continues with the next file system.
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User response: Refer to the documentation for
information on what file space types are supported.
ANE4083I
New node password has been
generated.
Explanation: The client logged in using administrative
id rather than node name. New random node password
has been generated and recorded.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANE4084E
ANE4089W
Error processing 'filespace-namepathnamefile-name': cannot get file status.
File server file-server-name has been
upgraded to Data ONTAP version
'version.modifcation.submodification'.
Perform a full incremental backup by
specifying option
createnewbase=migrate as soon as
possible.
Explanation: The file server has been upgraded to a
version that supports unicode file names for
incremental backup using snapshot difference. Perform
a full incremental in order to backup any files with
unicode names that may have been skipped by the
previous version of the IBM Spectrum Protect client.
System action: Processing continues.
System action: This file will be skipped.
User response: Perform a full incremental by
specifying the command line option
createnewbase=migrate with the snapdiff option as
soon as possible.
User response: The file is skipped. Processing
continues with the next file.
ANE4090I
Explanation: While processing the file, the lstat() call
set EOVERFLOW error code.
ANE4085I
Assigned 'number' objects from previous
systemstate backup to the new
systemstate backup.
Explanation: Objects in the previous System State
backup have not changed and were assigned to the
new System State backup.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANE4086W
Failed to assign unchanged objects from
previous systemstate backup to the new
systemstate backup. Objects will be
backed up.
Explanation: Objects in the previous System State
backup have not changed and should be assigned to
the new systemstate backup. Due to error assign
operation failed and objects will be backed up.
Explanation: The file server has been upgraded to a
version that supports unicode file names for
incremental backup using snapshot difference. Perform
a full incremental in order to backup any files with
unicode names that may have been skipped by the
previous version of the IBM Spectrum Protect client.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Perform a full incremental backup by
specifying the command line option
createnewbase=migrate with the snapdiff option as
soon as possible.
ANE4092E
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Retry the operation. If the problem
persists, contact IBM Spectrum Protect technical
support.
ANE4087E
An attempt to load data for the wizard
failed.
For more information, please see the log
file.
Explanation: An attempt to load data for the wizard
failed as the remote agent is probably unavailable.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Check the log for reason for the
failure.
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File server file-server-name has been
upgraded to Data ONTAP version
'version.modifcation.submodification'.
Perform a full incremental backup by
specifying option
createnewbase=migrate as soon as
possible.
Data mover platform is not supported
for instant access/restore operations.
Explanation: The instant access/restore operation
failed.
System action: The instant access/restore operation
failed. The reason for the failure is unsupported
platform.
User response: The instant access/restore operation
should be performed from a supported data mover
platform.
ANE4099E
The system volume cannot be
identified. Therefore the system state
cannot be backed up.
Explanation: The system volume contains the
hardware-specific system state files that are needed to
ANE4137E • ANE4155E
start Windows, such as Ntldr, Boot.ini, Ntdetect.com or
Bootmgr. If the system volume cannot be identified,
then these files cannot be backed up. Therefore it is not
possible to back up the system state.
System action: Systemstate backup stops.
User response: Try the operation again. If the problem
persists, obtain a service trace that captures the
problem and contact IBM technical support for
additional assistance. Your IBM Spectrum Protect
administrator can help you configure the trace.
ANE4137E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': exceeded
maximum number of links allowed
Explanation: Link cannot be restored or retrieved
because the destination file system has exceeded
maximum number of links allowed.
System action: The client prompts you for action:
v Skip this object
v Abort the action
User response: Select the appropriate action for this
object. Restore or retrieve the link to another file
system.
ANE4148E
Full VM backup of Virtual Machine
'vmname' failed with RC rc
Explanation: The Full VM backup of virtual machine
failed.
System action: The full backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4150E
Incremental backup of Virtual Machine
'vmname' failed with RC rc
Explanation: The incremental backup of virtual
machine volumes failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4151E
Failure mounting Virtual Machine
'vmname'. RC=rc
not continue. The next virtual machine in the vmlist
will be processed. Refer to dsmerror.log for detailed
error message for the reason for the failure.
User response: Refer to dsmerror.log for detailed error
message.
ANE4152E
Failure initializing VMware virtual
machine environment. RC=rc. Refer to
IBM Spectrum Protect error log for
detailed error messages.
Explanation: Failure initializing VMware virtual
machine environment. Refer to IBM Spectrum Protect
error log for detailed error messages.
System action: The backup can not continue.
User response: Refer to IBM Spectrum Protect error
log for detailed messages.
ANE4153E
Hostname could not be found for
Virtual Machine 'vmname'
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4154E
Possible cause Virtual Machine is not
running and does not have a static IP
address.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4155E
Virtual Machine 'vmname' could not be
found on VMware server.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
Explanation: The VMware failed to mount virtual
machine disk.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine can
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ANE4156E
File level VM backup of virtual machine
'vmname' not supported.
File level VM backup not support on
non Windows platform guest OS.
Platform type: 'platform'.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Back up the virtual machine using the
VMBACKUPType=FULLvm option.
ANE4162E
Explanation: The specified virtual machine has not
been previously backed up, so can not be specified for
restore.
System action: The specified virtual machine is
skipped, and the next virtual machine in the restore list
is processed.
User response: Verify the virtual machine name to be
restored, and re-try the operation.
ANE4164W
ANE4159E
Backup of Virtual Machine 'vmname'
failed. rc=rc.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4160E
Proxy Rejected: Proxy authority has not
been granted to Agent Node: 'agent_node'
for Target Node: 'target_node'.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
the node has not been granted proxy authority to
access the node named by the backup proxy node. The
IBM Spectrum Protect administrator must first grant
proxy authority.
User response: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
administrator must grant proxy authority for this node.
See the administrator command "Grant Proxynode".
Duplicate virtual machine name
'vmname' was detected in the same
backup operation. Backup of virtual
machine 'vmfullname' can not continue
without a unique object name.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Choose a unique name for the virtual
machine.
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Compression is currently enabled, but
the virtual machine backup for
'virtual-machine-name' is not compressed
because client-side deduplication is not
being used.
Explanation: Compression can only be used with
virtual machine CTL and Data files when the files are
stored in a storage pool that is enabled for client-side
deduplication. This message is issued when the client is
configured for compression and virtual machine CTL or
Data files are directed to a storage pool that is not
enabled for client-side deduplication.
System action: Backup continues, and data is not
compressed.
User response: If you intend to compress virtual
machine CTL and Data files, then update your
configuration so that both types of files are directed to
storage pools that are enabled for client-side
deduplication. If you intend to compress virtual
machine Data files but not CTL files, then update your
configuration so that the Data files are directed to a
storage pool that is enabled for client-side
deduplication. Set the VMSKIPCTLCOMPRESSION to
YES in your client options file. If you do not intend to
use compression, then set COMPRESSION NO in your
client options file.
ANE4165E
ANE4161E
The virtual machine
'virtual-machine-name' has not been
previously backed up.
Creating a Virtual Machine, but the
hostname 'virtual-machine-name' was not
found.
Explanation: The Virtual Machine being creating must
have a valid hostname to be created.
System action: Check the virtual machine hostname
specified for correctness.
User response: Correct the virtual machine hostname
specified and retry the restore.
ANE4166E
Creating a Virtual Machine, but the
datacenter 'virtual-machine-name' was not
found. The name may be incorrect or
may be located in a VMware folder and
ANE4167E • ANE4177E
require the folder name such as
vmfolder/dcname.
Explanation: The Virtual Machine being created must
have a valid datacenter to be created.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the virtual machine datacenter
specified for correctness. If the datacenter is contained
in a folder then the full datacenter name, complete with
the folder path, must be specified, such as
vmfolder/dcname.
problem with the local disk. The VMBACKDIR option
can be used to assign a different disk location if the
local drive does not have enough free space for the
operation.
System action: A disk write error occurred, and the
operation failed.
User response: Check the local disk for possible
causes of the write error, and use the VMBACKDIR
option to assign another disk if needed.
ANE4170E
ANE4167E
Creating a Virtual Machine, but the
datastore 'virtual-machine-name' was not
found.
Explanation: The Virtual Machine being creating must
have a valid datastore to be created.
System action: Check the virtual machine datastore
specified for correctness.
User response: Correct the virtual machine datastore
specified and retry the restore.
ANE4168E
VMware has reported an error via their
SOAP interface. On the Detailed Status
Report panel, view the last error
message reported. Also check the error
log for more information about the
problem that occurred.
Explanation: The command to VMware failed to
complete. The error returned is displayed on the
Restore or Backup summary panel under the Last Error
Message section.
System action: An error occurred, and the operation
failed.
User response: Check the reported error and correct
the problem. Usually the reason for the error is a
user-supplied value which is not valid for the
operation.
Explanation: The Virtual Machine being created was
backed up from a version of VMware which is not
compatible with the target VMware release version
being used for the restore.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Restore the Virtual Machine to a
VMware system which is compatible with the level
from which the Virtual Machine was backed up.
ANE4174E
A write failure occurred on the local
disk proxy used to temporarily store the
virtual machine virtual disk
information. The write failure can be
caused by the lack of available disk
space on the drive used to store this
information. The VMBACKDIR option
can be used to assign a different disk
location for this purpose. Check the
drive being used and ensure that there
is enough space available for this
operation.
Explanation: There was a write error from the local
disk used to store the virtual machine virtual disk
information. Usually the write error is due to lack of
disk space, lack of write permissions, or some similar
Full VM backup of VMware Virtual
Machine 'vmname' failed with RC=rc
mode=full_or_incr, target node
name='target_node_name', data mover
node name='data_mover_node_name'
Explanation: The Full VM backup of virtual machine
failed.
System action: The full backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4177E
ANE4169E
Can not create a Virtual Machine on
VMware release 'release-version-target'
which was backed up from VMware
release 'release-version-source'.
Full restore of VMware virtual machine
'vmname' failed with RC=rc,
mode='restore_or_revert', target node
name='target_node_name', data mover
node name='data_mover_node_name'
Explanation: The full restore of the virtual machine
failed.
System action: The full restore of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
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ANE4179I
IBM Spectrum Protect application
protection did not truncate the Microsoft
SQL Server logs on VM 'VM'.
Explanation: The SQL server logs were not truncated
because the following option was specified for this
virtual machine: INCLUDE.VMTSMVSS vname
OPTIONS=KEEPSQLLOG
System action: The operation completes.
User response: Remove the OPTIONS=KEEPSQLLOG
option to enable truncation of the SQL logs when a
backup completes.
ANE4187W
CPU and Memory Resource Allocation
configuration settings cannot be restored
when the IBM Spectrum Protect data
mover node is connected directly to a
Virtual Center managed ESX/ESXi host.
These settings have been skipped.
ANE4193E
vApp 'vApp name' cannot be processed
because data mover 'dm node' cannot
connect to the target node 'target_node'.
Explanation: The operation requires that a proxy
access for the data center node is granted to the data
mover node.
System action: Operation is canceled for the specified
vApp.
User response: Look for errors in error log and correct
any problems. Run configuration wizard or
configuration editor to ensure proper nodes
configuration.
ANE4194E
Encryption is currently enabled, but is
not supported for incremental forever
backups of virtual machines
(-MODE=IFFULL or
-MODE=IFINCREMENTAL) .
Explanation: The VMware vStorage APIs do not
support the restore of CPU and Memory Resource
Allocation configuration settings when connected
directly to an ESX/ESXi host that is managed by a
Virtual Center.
Explanation: Client encryption of virtual machine
incremental forever backups (-mode=IFFULL or
-mode=IFINCREMENTAL) is not supported. In order
to avoid the unintentional storage of unencrypted data
on the server, the backup operation stops.
System action: CPU and Memory Resource Allocation
configuration settings are skipped. Processing
continues.
System action: The virtual machine backup stops.
User response: Virtual machine CPU and Memory
Resource Allocation configuration settings will be
restored when the IBM Spectrum Protect data mover
node connects directly to a vCenter Server. Modify the
VMCHOST to connect the IBM Spectrum Protect data
mover to a vCenter Server.
User response: Remove the encryption options for this
operation and run it again. You can use Secure Sockets
Layer (SSL) encryption to encrypt the data over the
network. If the backup data must be encrypted in IBM
Spectrum Protect storage pools, use an alternative
backup method such as full and incremental backups
(-mode=FULL and -mode=INCREMENTAL), or
in-guest backups.
ANE4191E
ANE4195E
Restore VM operation failed using 'san'
transport mode. In some cases switching
from SAN to network-based VM
restores can be successful.
Explanation: Restore VM operations that fail using
SAN transport mode can often be successful over a
LAN path. If a restore vm operation fails using the
'SAN' transport mode, set the client option
VMVSTORTRANSPORT to "nbd:nbdssl" and try the
restore vm operation again.
System action: Restore VM operation failed using 'san'
transport mode. Restore may be successful using
'nbd:nbdssl' transport modes.
User response: Restore VM operation failed using
'san' transport mode. In some cases network-based VM
restores can be successful when using 'nbd' or 'nbdssl'
transport modes. The VMVSTORTRANSPORT option
can used to restrict the IBM Spectrum Protect client to
use only the specified transport modes.
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The target node for Organization VDC
'OrgVDC name' in Organization 'Org
name' was not found. As a result, vApp
'vApp name' cannot be backed up.
Explanation: Either the IBM Spectrum Protect node
for the specified organization VDC was not found on
the IBM Spectrum Protect server, or information about
the Organization VDC node was not found in the
Provider VDC node.
System action: Back up of the specified vApp stops.
Processing continues to the next vApp.
User response: Go to the Configuration page and click
'Run the Configuration Wizard' to verify that all
required IBM Spectrum Protect nodes are registered on
the IBM Spectrum Protect server. If required, register a
new data mover node. Make sure that the organization
VDC belongs to the provider VDC that this data mover
node protects.
ANE4199W • ANE4210E
ANE4199W
File 'file name' is not backed up as part
of the system state because cluster disk
'volume name' is not accessible.
Explanation: The indicated file or directory was
returned by VSS as part of the backup file list of the
writer. However, the cluster disk where the file is
located is not accessible. The reasons for this problem
can be that the cluster disk is offline or belongs to
another node.
System action: The file is not backed up. Processing
continues.
User response: This problem is documented in
Microsoft knowledge base topic 980794
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;ENUS;980794. The topic includes a hotfix. With the hotfix,
you can specify a registry key that contains a list of one
or more files to be excluded from VSS enumeration.
IBM Spectrum Protect does not back up files that are
not enumerated by VSS. If the volume is brought
online to the node performing the system state backup,
then it cannot be backed up. You must remove the
volume from the registry key and restart the system
before you can back up the volume.
If you do not want to implement the hotfix for this
problem, IBM Spectrum Protect continues to issue this
message.
ANE4200E
The virtual machine 'vmname' could not
be backed up because the data usage of
datastore 'datastore' exceeded the
datastore threshold of percentused
percent.
Explanation: The data usage of the datastore used by
the virtual machine exceeds the threshold set by the
VMDATASTORETHRESHOLD option.
System action: The virtual machine is not backed up.
ANE4204E
The Operating System of the client
computer: 'os name' is not supported by
the target version: 'target version'
Explanation: The operating system level of the client
computer is no longer supported by the target level.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the release documentation for
information on supported operating system levels.
ANE4206E
The Deployment Manager received an
error while extracting from installation
image: image name.
Explanation: The installation image might be missing,
corrupted, or there might be insufficient disk space on
the client computer.
System action: Deployment Manager stops.
User response: Make sure that there is sufficient disk
space on the client computer.
Make sure that all of the Windows self extracting client
images on the client computer are valid.
ANE4207E
The Deployment Manager was unable
to initiate the final connection between
the server and the updated
backup-archive client.
Explanation: After the automatic client deployment,
the dsmc query session command from the updated
backup-archive client was not successful.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
ends.
User response: Log on to the client computer and
check the backup-archive client error log.
User response: Reduce the data usage of the datastore
or increase the threshold in the VMDATASTORETHRESHOLD
option. Then, back up the virtual machine again.
ANE4210E
ANE4202E
Explanation: The previous client package has been
uninstalled, and the installation of the new client
package failed.
The Deployment Manager failed to
install language pack: language pack
name. The Microsoft Installer error code
was error code.
Explanation: The previous language pack has been
uninstalled, and the installation of the new language
pack failed.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: For more information about Windows
installer error messages, go to the Microsoft Developer
Network (MSDN) technical library at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library and search
on "Windows Installer Error Messages".
The Deployment Manager failed to
install package: 'client package name'. The
Microsoft Installer error code was
'system architecture'
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the technote for Microsoft
Installer error code description: http://www01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21050782
&rs=663
Check the install log on the client computer.
Check the install log on the client computer.
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ANE4212E • ANE4227E
ANE4212E
The Deployment Manager failed to
restart service: servicename
Explanation: After the automatic client deployment,
the IBM Spectrum Protect client services failed to start.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Log on to the client machine and
check the backup-archive client error log.
ANE4213E
Automatic restart of the client computer
was required because reason
Explanation: The Deployment Manager determined
that the deployment requires restarting the client.
Automatic restart is not enabled. The Deployment
Manager process cancels the deployment.
ANE4219E
The Deployment Manager received an
error while creating a pipe for the
standard output of the child process.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager failed to
create a pipe for the standard output of the child
process.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the error log on the client
computer.
ANE4220E
The Deployment Manager is unable to
determine if IBM Spectrum Protect
processes are still running.
The current client is not uninstalled or updated.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager could not
determine whether all IBM Spectrum Protect processes
were shut down successfully.
System action: Deployment Manager cancels the client
deployment and stops
System action: Reschedule with automatic restart
(autoreboot) enabled.
User response: Reschedule the client deployment.
User response: None
ANE4215E
ANE4221E
The automatic deployment path from
the current client code version 'source
version' to the client package version
'target version' is not supported.
The architecture of the package: 'package
architecture' does not match the current
client: 'system architecture'
Explanation: None
Explanation: The setup script was unable to retrieve
the matching package from the server.
System action: Processing stops.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Refer to the Backup-Archive Client
documentation in the information center.
User response: Ensure that the client packages for all
architectures are available on the server.
Reschedule the client deployment with an appropriate
target level.
ANE4222E
ANE4217E
The Deployment Manager received an
error while setting up the client API.
The standard API function being
invoked is API setup function name.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager process failed
when setting up the client API.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the error log on the client
computer.
ANE4218E
The Deployment Manager received an
error while initializing the client API.
The standard API function being
invoked was API setup function name.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager process failed
when initializing the client API.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the error log on the client
computer.
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The Deployment Manager is unable to
read information in file: file name.
Explanation: Deployment Manager failed to open a
file containing required system information.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the error log on the client
computer.
ANE4227E
The Deployment Manager failed to
install package: 'client package name'. The
client computer is out of disk space. The
Microsoft Installer error code was 'error
code'
Explanation: The previous client package has been
uninstalled, and the installation of the new client
package failed because the client computer is out of
disk space.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the technote for Microsoft
Installer error code description: http://www-
ANE4228E • ANE4248E
01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21050782
&rs=663
System action: Processing stops. Client deployment
will be cancelled.
Check the install log on the client computer.
User response: Check the server's activity log or the
scheduler log on the client computer. Reshcedule the
client deployment.
ANE4228E
The Deployment Manager failed to
install language pack: 'language pack
name'. The client computer is out of disk
space. The Microsoft Installer error code
was 'error code'
Explanation: The previous language pack has been
uninstalled, and the installation of the new language
pack failed because the client computer is out of disk
space.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Check the technote for Microsoft
Installer error code description: http://www01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21050782
&rs=663
ANE4234E
Explanation: The Deployment Manager failed to
install one or more language packs. It is possible the
other messages provide details of the installation.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
continues.
User response: Check the error log and installation on
the client computer. Identify the language packs that
failed to install and manually deploy them.
ANE4235I
Check the install log on the client computer.
ANE4229I
The client computer is required to
restart to complete the new
Backup-Archive client installation.
Explanation: The deployment of the new
backup-archive client will not be complete until the
client computer is restarted. The restart is scheduled to
happen immediately after all language packs are
deployed.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
continues. The client computer will be shut down and
restarted after all language packs are deployed, or
immediately if there are no language pack to install.
User response: None
ANE4230I
The client computer will be shut down
and restarted immediately.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager needs to
restart the client computer to complete the client
deployment. It is possible the other messages provide
details of the deployment.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
continues. The client computer will be shut down and
restarted immediately after all language packs are
deployed, or immediately if there are no language pack
to install.
User response: None
ANE4232E
Self-extracting installation image: image
name cannot be found.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager could not find
the required installation image.
The deployment for language packs
failed.
The deployment manager cannot log
events to the server.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager is unable to
log events to the server. It is possible the other
messages provide details of the communications.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
continues. Events will be logged locally on the client
machine only.
User response: Check network connection and the
error log on the client computer.
ANE4242E
The setup script encountered a warning
or error while retrieving the client
package for the architecture architecture.
The error level is error level error level.
Explanation: It is possible that the client package is
not available on the server.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Ensure that client packages for all
architectures are available on the server. Check the
backup-archive client error log for more detailed error
messages.
ANE4248E
The client is already at the target level:
target version.
Explanation: Processing stopped because the
automatic client deployment feature does not support
the installation of a client to a workstation that is
already at its target level.
System action: Your current backup-archive client is
not affected.
User response: Refer to the Backup-Archive Client
documentation in the information center.
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Reschedule the client deployment with an appropriate
target level.
cannot be deployed to a workstation that has the HSM
client.
System action: Processing stops.
ANE4251W
writername file 'filename': not found.
Explanation: The indicated VSS writer file or directory
was returned by VSS as part of the backup file list of
the writer. However, the object does not exist on the
disk.
.
System action: Processing stops if
SKIPMISSINGSYSWFILES option is set to NO.
Processing continues if SKIPMISSINGSYSWFILES
option is set to YES.
User response: Verify that this file can be skipped
during system state backup.
ANE4252W
architecture, schedule-name, domain-name :
The client deployment was not
completed pending the restart of the
client computer. The deployment
manager did not restart the client
computer automatically because the
AUTODEPLOY option was set to
NOREBOOT.
Explanation: The previous client has been uninstalled,
and the installation of the new client was not
completed pending the restart of the client computer.
The architecture of the client, schedule name, and
domain name are identified at the beginning of the
message text.
User response: Uninstall the HSM client and
reschedule the Backup-Archive client deployment.
ANE4255E
There is not enough memory for the
deployment manager to create the
system information object
Explanation: The system information object could not
be created because there is not enough available RAM
to temporarily write the data into.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Close all unneeded applications on the
client workstation and reschedule the deployment.
ANE4256E
The DSMI_DIR environment variable is
not defined.
Explanation: The deployment manager cannot initiate
a connection to the server because the DSMI_DIR
environment variable is not set. This error can occur if
the deployment manager is started without using the
client scheduler.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Read the available documentation to
determine how to use the client scheduler to create a
client deployment task.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
completes.
ANE4257E
User response: Manually restart the client computer
as soon as possible.
Explanation: The deployment manager could not
parse or extract the required information from the
specified file.
ANE4253E
System action: Processing stops.
There was not enough disk space on the
client computer. Required space: package
space bytes; available space: system space
bytes.
Explanation: The deployment manager determined
there was insufficient free disk space for the client
deployment.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Free up required disk space and
reschedule the client deployment.
ANE4254E
The deployment manager detected an
HSM client on the workstation that it
needs to deploy the Backup-Archive
client to.
Explanation: An attempt was made to deploy the
Backup-Archive client to a workstation that already has
the HSM client installed. The Backup-Archive client
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The deployment manager cannot parse
information in file: file name.
User response: Check the error log file on the client
workstation.
ANE4258E
The deployment manager received the
Windows "OpenSCManager failed" error
message.
Explanation: The deployment manager could not
connect to the Windows service control manager to
start the client scheduler. In general, this error occurs
because the user who is initiating the task does not
have sufficient authority.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Ensure that the user who starts the
client scheduler has administrative privileges.
ANE4259E • ANE4267I
ANE4259E
The client scheduler is not started as a
root user.
ANE4263E
The deployment manager failed to
uninstall the backup-archive client.
Explanation: The client scheduler requires root user
privileges to upgrade the client code.
Explanation: The deployment manager received an
error while uninstalling the current client.
System action: Processing stops.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Log in as root and start the client
scheduler.
User response: Check the deployment manager log
and trace files on the client workstation for more
details on the error. You might have to manually
uninstall the client.
ANE4260E
The installation file system is not
writeable.
Explanation: The deployment manager cannot write
to the installation file system.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the installation file system
permissions. It is possible that the current client node
runs in a virtualized environment using the client code
installed in a shared storage of the physical
environment. Reschedule the client deployment with
the client node in the physical environment.
ANE4261E
The deployment manager cannot
upgrade the Backup-Archive Client.
ANE4264E
The deployment manager failed to
install the backup-archive client.
Explanation: The current client was uninstalled and
the deployment manager received an error while
installing the new client code.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the deployment manager log
and trace files on the client workstation for more
details on the error. Manully install the new client after
the issue is resolved.
ANE4265I
Client deployment options are not
specified in the scheduler command or
from client services.
Explanation: The Backup-Archive Client cannot be
upgraded because either the current location is not the
default installation location or the DSM_DIR,
DSMI_DIR, DSM_CONFIG and DSMI_CONFIG
environment variables are defined with a relative path
and not an absolute path.
Explanation: The default client options file will be
used. The deployment manager might not report the
correct server and node information when reporting
status.
System action: Processing stops.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Check the installation directory of the
current Backup-Archive Client. If the Backup-Archive
Client is not installed in the default location, manually
upgrade the Backup-Archive Client. If the DSM_DIR,
DSMI_DIR, DSM_CONFIG and DSMI_CONFIG
environment variables are defined with a relative path,
define them with an absolute path and try the client
deployment again.
User response: Avoid initiating the client deployment
directly from the command-line, instead, always start
the client scheduler as a Windows service.
ANE4262E
The preview of the client installation
failed.
Explanation: The deployment manager did not
uninstall the current client. The client code is
unchanged.
ANE4266I
The deployment manager failed to
install non-English language pack(s).
Explanation: The previous packages were uninstalled,
and the installation of one or more new language packs
were not successful.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Check the deployment trace file on the
client workstation for specific language pack
information.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the deployment manager log
and trace files on the client workstation for specific
issues identified during the preview. Reschedule a
deployment after any issues are resolved.
ANE4267I
The deployment manager failed to
install the hardware plugin package.
Explanation: The previous package was uninstalled.
The installation of the new hardware plugin package
failed.
System action: Processing stops.
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User response: Check the deployment trace file on the
client workstation.
ANE4268I
The deployment manager failed to
install the journal-based backup
package.
Explanation: The previous journal-based backup
package was uninstalled. The new journal based
backup package installation failed.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the deployment trace file on the
client workstation.
ANE4269W
The deployment manager is stopping
the scheduler or the CAD processes.
ANE4272E
The processor type of the package:
package processor type does not match the
current client: system processor type.
.
Explanation: The processor type supported by the
client package that you want to deploy does not match
the processor type of the workstation that you are
trying to deploy the client to. It is not always possible
for the deployment manager to connect to the server
and report the error.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Verify that you are using the correct
client package for the processor architecture of the
computer that you want to upgrade. Then restart the
deployment.
Explanation: Before deploying the new client, the
deployment manager must stop the scheduler and
CAD processes. After the deployment, the processes
must be restarted.
ANE4273E
System action: Processing continues.
Explanation: An attempt was made to deploy the
Backup-Archive Client to a workstation that already
has the JBB client installed. On some platforms, the
Backup-Archive Client cannot be deployed to a
workstation that has the JBB client installed.
User response: The client scheduler is interrupted
during the deployment.
ANE4270I
The deployment manager and the new
client installation packages were
downloaded to directory: file name.
Explanation: The download directory contains
everything required to complete the new client
deployment. Deployment log and trace files can be
found in the log/ sub-directory.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Obtain log and trace files from the
download directory for problem determination. The
files are found within the log/ sub-directory.
The deployment manager detected a
journal based backup (JBB) client on the
workstation where it needs to deploy
the Backup-Archive Client.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Uninstall the JBB client and reschedule
the Backup-Archive Client deployment.
ANE4274E
The deployment manager cannot stop
the scheduler or the CAD processes.
Explanation: The deployment manager tried to shut
down the Backup-Archive Client scheduler or CAD
processes but the Backup-Archive Client might be busy
with other tasks.
System action: Processing stops.
ANE4271E
The deployment package is missing one
or more required installation image
files.
Explanation: The client deployment package might
not have been imported correctly to the server. It is
possible that the deployment package is not retrieved
completely to the client computer, due to a lack of disk
space.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Ensure that client packages are
available on the server and there is sufficient disk space
on the client computer. Check the backup-archive client
error log file for more detailed error messages.
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User response: Reschedule the Backup-Archive Client
deployment.
ANE4275E
The deployment manager cannot restart
the scheduler or the CAD processes.
Explanation: Before exiting, the deployment manager
could not restart the Backup-Archive Client scheduler
or CAD processes. The deployment manager stopped
the processes prior to the client upgrade.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Log on to the Backup-Archive Client
workstation and check the error log file. If you have set
environment variables make sure they are not defined
using relative path.
ANE4276E • ANE4285E
ANE4276E
The deployment manager cannot obtain
information about the scheduler or the
CAD processes.
Explanation: The deployment manager needs process
information in order to stop and restart the
Backup-Archive Client scheduler or CAD processes.
User response: Manually uninstall the client directly
from the non-global zones and reschedule the
deployment.
ANE4282E
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Log on to the Backup-Archive Client
workstation and check the error log file and the
deployment manager error log file.
ANE4277E
The target operating system version
target operating system does not meet the
minimum required version minimum
required version
Explanation: The operating system version is earlier
than the version required by the automatic deployment
package.
System action: The deployment is canceled.
User response: Ensure that the version being
deployed is supported by the target operating system.
ANE4278E
The deployment manager cannot obtain
information about the Logical Volume
Snapshot Agent (LVSA).
Explanation: The deployment manager needs to
determine whether an LVSA is installed on the client
workstation.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Log on to the Backup-Archive Client
workstation and check the error log file and the
deployment manager error log file.
ANE4280E
Automatic client deployment is not
allowed on the client workstation.
Explanation: One or more non-global zones are
sharing the /usr file system with the global zone. The
Backup-Archive Client is installed in the global zone
with the -G parameter and also installed manually in
the non-global zone(s). You cannot update the
Backup-Archive Client in the global zone because it
will update the version of GSKit that is shared with the
sparse-root non-global zones that are not part of the
automatic deployment.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Manually upgrade the Backup-Archive
Client or install it from the global zone without using
the -G parameter. This ensures that you have the same
version between the global zone and the sparse-root
non-global zones, and you can then deploy the client
automatically on all such zones.
ANE4283E
User response: Change the AUTODEPLOY option on
the client and reschedule the client deployment.
There is not enough disk space on path
to uncompress GSKit packages.
Required space: req_space bytes;
available space: avail_space bytes.
Explanation: The deployment manager determined
that there is not enough free disk space to uncompress
GSKit packages.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Free up the required amount of disk
space and reschedule the automatic client deployment.
ANE4284E
Explanation: One or more of the running client
services include AUTODEPLOY = NO in the option
file.
System action: Processing stops.
Sparse-root non-global zone(s) were
found with Backup-Archive Client that
was installed from the non-global zone:
zone names.
The deployment is cancelled because an
automatic client deployment task was
scheduled for a sparse-root, non-global
zone that shares the /usr file system
with the global zone.
Explanation: The automatic client deployment task
that was attempted is not supported and will be
cancelled.
System action: Processing stops.
ANE4281E
The update manager cannot remove the
TIVsmCapi package from non-global
zone(s): zone name.
Explanation: APAR IC57433 prevents the removal of
the TIVsmCapi package on Solaris on a sparse-root,
non-global zone if uninstalling is done from the global
zone.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Install the Backup-Archive Client from
the global zone or manually upgrade the
Backup-Archive Client.
ANE4285E
The update restore operation to an
existing virtual machine 'VmName'
failed. The virtual machine is not in
power off state.
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ANE4290E • ANE4298E
Explanation: The update restore operation to an
existing virtual machine is not supported for a running
machine and will be aborted.
System action: Restore aborted.
User response: Turn off the virtual machine and
re-run the update restore command.
ANE4290E
Only one virtual machine can be
selected for restore.
Explanation: Restoring multiple virtual machines is
not allowed. Only one virtual machine can be selected
for restore.
System action: No processing occurs.
User response: Select only one virtual machine for
restore.
ANE4291E
Virtual Machine could not be found on
VMware server.
Explanation: The backup of virtual machine failed.
System action: The backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4292E
No virtual machine found.
out-of-space condition.
Explanation: At backup time, application protection
was not able to back up the VM within the 10-second
VSS limit. Therefore, the Windows VSS system provider
was used. If you are restoring the application, the
volume will be automatically reverted. However, if you
are restoring the entire VM, you must manually revert
or delete the shadow copy.
System action: The virtual machine is restored,
including the system provider shadow copy.
User response: Verify that the restore was successful,
and the data is not corrupt. If the data is not corrupt,
you can delete the shadow copy. However, if the data
is corrupt, revert the shadow copy to restore data
integrity. You can figure out which shadow copy to
delete or revert by looking for the
dsmShadowCopyID.txt file in the root directory of each
restored volume. Then, use the diskshadow delete or
revert command.
ANE4296I
architecture, schedule-name, domain-name:
The Deployment Manager process was
started successfully. Deployment
Manager Version Information: version
Explanation: The Deployment Manager process was
started as a post schedule command. This is the first
message from the Deployment Manager. The
architecture of the client, schedule name, and domain
name are identified at the beginning of the message
text.
Explanation: No virtual machine found with name or
specified in domain option.
System action: Deployment Manager continues to
process.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: None
User response: Specify a correct VM name or domain
option.
ANE4297W
ANE4293E
Backup of VMware vApp 'vApp name' in
Organization VDC 'Org VDC name' of
organization 'Org name' failed.
Explanation: The vApp backup operation failed. This
error message is a summary message and does not
contain detailed information.
System action: The configuration information and
VMs for the specified vApps are not backed up.
Processing continues to the next vApp.
User response: Check the previous messages in the
dsmerror.log file for more details about this vApp .
Explanation: This is a generic warning message. It is
possible the other messages provide details of the
deployment. The architecture of the client, schedule
name, and domain name are identified at the beginning
of the message text.
System action: The Deployment Manager process
completes.
User response: Check the warning messages from the
server administration center, the server activity log, or
error log on the client computer for more information.
ANE4298E
ANE4295W
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The virtual machine 'vmname' was
backed up using the Windows VSS
system provider. You must manually
revert or delete the shadow copy on the
restored volumes or you may experience
degraded performance and an
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architecture, schedule-name, domain-name:
Client deployment was completed with
warnings:
architecture, schedule, new_device_type: The
client deployment was cancelled. The
previous event causing the cancellation
is:
Explanation: This is a generic message that the client
deployment was cancelled. The Deployment Manager
ANE4299E • ANE4308E
does not uninstall or update the current client. It is
possible the other messages provide details of the
deployment. The architecture of the client, schedule
name, and domain name are identified at the beginning
of the message text.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the warning messages from the
server administration center, the server activity log, or
error log on the client computer for more information.
ANE4299E
architecture, schedule-name, domain-name:
The client deployment failed. The
previous event causing the failure is:
event
Explanation: This is a generic message that the client
deployment failed. It is possible that other messages
provide details of the failure. The architecture of the
client, schedule name, and domain name are identified
at the beginning of the message text.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Check the warning messages from the
server administration center, the server activity log, or
error log on the client computer for more information.
ANE4300I
architecture, schedule-name, domain-name:
Client deployment was completed
successfully.
Explanation: The Deployment Manager process
completes.
ANE4303E
Explanation: The specified vCloud Director vApp has
not been previously backed up, so can not be specified
for restore.
System action: The specified vCloud Director vApp is
skipped, and the next vApp in the restore list is
processed.
User response: Verify the vCloud Director vApp name
to be restored, and re-try the operation.
ANE4304I
System action: Install IBM Spectrum Protect for
Virtual Environments 7.1 or later to protect Active
Directory.
User response: None
ANE4305W
User response: None
IBM Spectrum Protect detected
Microsoft Active Directory Domain
Controller on virtual machine 'VM'.
Explanation: The virtual machine contains Microsoft
Active Directory Domain Controller.
IBM Spectrum Protect could not detect
the IBM Spectrum Protect for Virtual
Environments license. Active Directory
Domain Controller will not be protected
on VM 'VM'.
Explanation: The virtual machine contains Microsoft
Active Directory Domain Controller, but a IBM
Spectrum Protect for Virtual Environments license is
not detected. The Domain Controller will not be
protected.
System action: Processing stops.
ANE4301I
The vCloud Director vApp 'vapp-name'
has not been previously backed up.
Backup of VMware vApp 'vApp name' in
Organization VDC 'Org VDC name' of
organization 'Org name' completed. Some
VMs were not backed up.
mode: 'Incremental Forever - full_or_incr'
target node name: 'target_node_name'
data mover node name:
'data_mover_node_name'
VMs backup status: number of VM backed
up out of number of VMs in vApp VMs
backed up successfully.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect saved additional
information about this virtual machine.
Explanation: The vApp backup operation completed
successfully. However, one or more VMs for the
specified vApp were not backed up. These VMs will
not be created during the restore operation.
User response: None
System action: Processing continues to the next vApp.
ANE4302W
User response: Check the dsmerror.log file for this
vApp for more information about this message. Resolve
the problem, then try the operation again.
IBM Spectrum Protect failed to detect if
Microsoft Active Directory Domain
Controller on virtual machine 'VM'.
Explanation: There was an error while checking if the
virtual machine contains Microsoft Active Directory
Domain Controller.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect continues
backing up this virtual machine.
User response: Check IBM Spectrum Protect error log
for additional information.
ANE4308E
Full VM backup of 'hypervisor' Virtual
Machine 'vmname' failed with RC=rc
mode=full_or_incr, target node
name='target_node_name', data mover
node name='data_mover_node_name'
Explanation: The Full VM backup of virtual machine
failed.
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ANE4311E • ANE4450E
System action: The full backup of the virtual machine
finished with failures. The next virtual machine in the
vmlist will be processed. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4311E
Full VM restore of 'hypervisor' Virtual
Machine 'vmname' failed with RC=rc
target node name='target_node_name',
data mover node
name='data_mover_node_name'
Explanation: The Full VM restore of the virtual
machine failed.
System action: The full restore of the the virtual
machine finished with failures. The next virtual
machine in the vmlist will be processed. The reason for
the failure is written to the local client error log.
ANE4443E
Explanation: Microsoft Cluster Shared Volumes File
Systems (CSVFS) are NTFS or ReFS volumes that are
added to Cluster Shared Volumes. These volumes are
intended for Hyper-V and expanded support for SQL,
not for regular file data. IBM Spectrum Protect does not
support file level backup and archive or image backup
for CSVFS volumes.
System action: The file system is skipped. Processing
continues with the next file system.
User response: Refer to the IBM Spectrum Protect
client manual for a complete list of supported file
systems.
ANE4446E
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4441E
'fs' is a 'fstype' file system, which is not a
supported file system type for file
backup, image backup or archive.
Explanation: The specified file system is not
supported for any type of backup. IBM Spectrum
Protect does not support backup and archive or image
backup for this type of volume.
System action: The file system is skipped. Processing
continues with the next file system.
'VM-Name' a backup cannot be created
because the virtual machine has
assigned disk with duplicate disk
identifiers.
Explanation: The client detected that the virtual
machine has assigned disk with duplicate disk
identifiers. The disk may have been copied. A backup
cannot be created on a virtual machine that have
duplicate disk identifiers.
System action: The virtual machine is not backuped.
Processing continues with the next virtual machine.
User response: Check that the virtual disks has
diffrent disk identifiers and update the virtual machine
configuration to match any changes to the file system.
If the problem persists, contact an administrator of the
Hyper-V server.
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A file restore mount operation for
hypervisor type Virtual Machine 'vmname'
failed. The data center node name is
'data center node name', the mount proxy
node name is 'mount proxy node name'.
Explanation: The file restore mount operation of the
virtual machine failed.
System action: The mount of the virtual machine
finished with failures.
User response: Review the local client error log for
the reason for the failure.
ANE4449E
User response: Refer to the IBM Spectrum Protect
client manual for a complete list of supported file
systems.
ANE4442E
'fs' is a CSVFS file system, which is not
a supported file system type for file
backup, image backup or archive.
A cleanup of the file restore mount of
hypervisor type Virtual Machine 'vmname'
failed. The data center node name is
'data center node name', the mount proxy
node name is 'mount proxy node name'.
Explanation: The cleanup of file restore mount
operation of the virtual machine failed.
System action: The cleanup of mount of the virtual
machine finished with failures.
User response: Review the local client error log for
the reason for the failure.
ANE4450E
The mount proxy platform is not
supported for file restore mount
operations.
Explanation: The file restore mount operation failed.
The mount proxy platform is unsupported or the IBM
Spectrum Protect Recovery Agent is not correctly
installed and configured.
System action: The file restore mount operation failed.
User response: Ensure that the IBM Spectrum Protect
Recovery Agent is installed and configured correctly
and run the file restore mount operation from a
supported mount proxy platform.
ANE4451E • ANE4936E
ANE4451E
The Windows iSCSI service is not
available.
Explanation: The Windows iSCSI service is not
available on the mount proxy machine. It is either not
started or is not installed or configured correctly.
System action: Processing stops. The file restore
mount operation fails.
User response: Ensure that the iSCSI service is up and
running on the mount proxy machine.
ANE4900W
Schedule 'schedule-name' has opened a
new session with the server.
Explanation: A scheduled event endsbecause of a
connection failure. The scheduled event had to be
restarted outside its normal startup window to
continue the operation.
System action: The scheduled event is completed
using more than one session.
User response: None required. If this is a recurrent
condition, you may want to check for network
problems.
ANE4901E
The following object contains one or
more unmatched quotation marks and
cannot be processed: 'filespace path
filename'.
Explanation: The file name in the file list contains
unmatched quotes. If a line in the file list begins with a
single or double quotation mark this quotation mark is
considered to be an opening quotation mark. The
corresponding closing quotation mark of the same type
must be at the end of the line. If there is no closing
quotation mark or the closing quotation mark has been
encountered in the middle of the line, it is an invalid
input.
ANE4907E
Explanation: The instant restore of the virtual machine
failed.
System action: The instant restore of the the virtual
machine finished with failures. The reason for the
failure is written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4910E
System action: The cleanup of the the virtual machine
finished with failures. The reason for the failure is
written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
ANE4915I
Explanation: The instant access of the virtual machine
failed.
System action: The instant access of the the virtual
machine finished with failures. The reason for the
failure is written to the local client error log.
User response: Check the local client error log for
reason for the failure.
Object increased in size during
compression: filespace pathfilename
Explanation: The file increased in size during
compression.
System action: Processing contiues.
User response: None.
ANE4917E
User response: Correct the specification of the object.
Instant access of VMware Virtual
Machine 'vmname' failed. target node
name='target_node_name', data mover
node name='data_mover_node_name'
Cleanup of VMware Virtual Machine
'vmname' failed. target node
name='target_node_name', data mover
node name='data_mover_node_name'
Explanation: The cleanup of the virtual machine
failed.
System action: The object is skipped.
ANE4904E
Instant restore of VMware Virtual
Machine 'vmname' failed. target node
name='target_node_name', data mover
node name='data_mover_node_name'
A failure occurred while accessing the
VMware libraries. The required files for
the virtual machine backup were not
found.
The files are installed only if the client
is defined as a data mover in IBM
Spectrum Protect for Virtual
Environments.
Explanation: A failure occurred while accessing the
VMware libraries for the virtual machine environment.
System action: The backup operation cannot continue.
User response: Install the IBM Spectrum Protect for
Virtual Environments package to use the client to back
up virtual machines.
ANE4936E
The snapshot of virtual machine
'vmname' failed and a snapshot cannot
be attempted again.
Explanation: The snapshot of the virtual machine
failed with a permanent error. Such as the Hyper-V
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ANE4937I • ANE4972W
writer is not responding. Another snapshot attempt will
not be made.
System action: The snapshot of the virtual machine
finished with an error. Processing continues to the next
virtual machine.
User response: Check the Windows event log for the
reason for the failure.
ANE4937I
Resending file file in a new transaction
session to recover from the transmission
error.
ANE4947E
Error: virtual machine: 'vm-name' disk:
'disk-name' included by user, was not
found.
Explanation: The specified virtual disk does not exist
on the virtual machine.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: Use the "dsmc backup vm ..."
command with the -preview option to display a listing
of the disk labels which exist on the virtual machine.
Check the spelling of the disk label and correct the disk
label and then retry the 'backup vm' operation.
Explanation: None.
System action: The file is resent.
ANE4948E
User response: None.
ANE4942E
The file specification 'string' is invalid.
Explanation: The operating system indicated that the
file specification is invalid. One possible reason is that
the file specification contains unrecognized characters.
Another possible cause is incorrect use of quotation
marks in the file specification.
System action: Processing stopped.
User response: Enter a correct file specification as
described in the Using the Backup-Archive Client book
for the particular operating system. Ensure that the file
specification contains valid characters. Verify correct
use of quotation marks for specifications that contain
blanks spaces. If multiple file specifications are used,
make sure that any use of quotation marks does not
cause the file specifications to be treated as a single file
specification.
ANE4946W
Warning: virtual machine: 'vm-name'
disk: 'disk-name' excluded by user, was
not found.
Explanation: The specified virtual disk does not exist
on the virtual machine.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: Use the "dsmc backup vm ..."
command with the -preview option to display a listing
of the disk labels which exist on the virtual machine.
Since the disk was specified to be excluded from the
backup, the backup will continue. However it is
possible that a disk will included in the backup which
was not desired, check the spelling of the disk label,
and correct the disk label if an undesired disk is now
included in the backup operation.
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A specified virtual disk was not found
on the virtual machine.
Explanation: You must specify a virtual disk label
name which exists on the virtual machine.
System action: Processing stops.
User response: For a backup operation, use the "dsmc
backup vm ..." command with the -preview option to
display a listing of the disk labels which exist on the
virtual machine. For a restore operation, use the "dsmc
query vm ..." command with the -detail option to
display a listing of the disk labels which exist on the
virtual machine backup. Check the spelling of the disk
label and correct the disk label and then retry the
operation.
ANE4972W
File server file-server-name has been
upgraded to Data ONTAP version
'version.modifcation.submodification'. This
version does not support unicode file
names for snapshot difference
incremental backup. Upgrade to a
version that supports unicode file names
as soon as possible.
Explanation: The file server has been upgraded from a
version that supports unicode file names for
incremental backup using snapshot difference to a
version that does not. If you have upgraded from Data
ONTAP version 7.3.3 (or later) to 8.0, you lose the
ability to back up files with unicode file names when
performing snapshot difference incremental backup.
System action: Processing continues. However, files
with unicode names are not backed up.
User response: Upgrade to a version that supports
unicode file names as soon as possible. If you have
upgraded from Data ONTAP version 7.3.3 (or later) to
8.0, upgrade to 8.1 (or later). If it is not possible to
upgrade at this time, you can suppress this warning
message by renaming the file space on the IBM
Spectrum Protect server and performing a snapshot
difference incremental backup.
ANE4973E • ANE4994S
ANE4973E
An error occurred accessing NTFS
security information for file 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name'
Explanation: An access denied error occurred while
attempting to access NTFS security info rmation.
System action: The object is skipped.
User response: See your system administrator or
bypass the failing check by using SkipNTSecu rity
option.
ANE4974E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': a required NT
privilege is not held.
Explanation: The user account running IBM Spectrum
Protect does not possess a required NT user right/pr
ivilege for performing the current operation.
System action: The object is skipped.
User response: Your system administrator has the
authority to grant the needed privilege.
ANE4987E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': the object is in
use by another process
Explanation: The specified file is being used by
another process. You tried to read from or write to a
file that is currently being used by another process.
System action: File skipped.
User response: Ensure that the file is not locked by
another process. If the file is not locked, retry the
command.
another process. You tried to read from or write to a
directory that is currently being used by another
process. The objects contained in the directory and its
subdirectories are not backed up.
System action: Processing stopped for that directory.
If other files and directories were also specified in this
backup, they are processed
User response: Ensure that you specified the correct
directory name, correct the permissions, or specify a
new location.If the directory name is correct, retry the
backup when no process has exclusive use of the
directory.
ANE4991I
Explanation: This is a message sent by the application
you are currently running with IBM Spectrum Protect.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect logs the
application message.
User response: Refer to the documentation for the
application that you are using.
ANE4992W
File 'filespace namepath-namefile-name' is
currently unavailable on server and has
been skipped.
Explanation: You tried to restore or retrieve a file that
is currently not available from the IBM Spectrum
Protect server. This is most likely a temporary
condition.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect cannot restore
or retrieve the file.
User response: Try to restore or retrieve the file again
after the file becomes available on the server. If the
problem persists, see your IBM Spectrum Protect
administrator for assistance.
ANE4989E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': the directory is
in use by another process. All objects in
the directory and any of its
subdirectories are skipped.
Application Type Application Message Id
Application Message
Explanation: This is a message sent by the application
you are currently running with IBM Spectrum Protect.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect logs the
application message.
User response: Refer to the documentation for the
application that you are using.
ANE4993E
ANE4988W
Application Type Application Message Id
Application Message
Application Type Application Message Id
Application Message
Explanation: This is a message sent by the application
you are currently running with IBM Spectrum Protect.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect logs the
application message.
User response: Refer to the documentation for the
application that you are using.
ANE4994S
Application Type Application Message Id
Application Message
Explanation: This is a message sent by the application
you are currently running with IBM Spectrum Protect.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect logs the
application message.
User response: Refer to the documentation for the
application that you are using.
Explanation: The specified directory is being used by
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ANE4997E • ANE4999I
ANE4997E
Error processing 'filespace
namepath-namefile-name': file system quota
reached condition - no space left.
Explanation: No more files can be restored or
retrieved because the quota of the destination file
system has been reached.
System action: The client prompts you for action:
v Retry this object
v Skip this object
v Abort the action
User response: Select the appropriate action for this
object. Create some free space or increase the quota on
the destination file system before you retry the
operation. Another option is to restore or retrieve the
file to another file system.
ANE4998E
Link information for file 'filename' could
not be obtained: access to the object is
denied.
Explanation: Access to the specified file link is denied.
You tried to read information for file link and you do
not have access permission for this object.
System action: Processing of System State stops.
User response: Try the operation again. If the problem
persists, contact IBM technical support for additional
assistance.
ANE4999I
The following message was too long to
log to the server: 'shortened message with
message number'
Explanation: The message text and inserts are too
large to send to the server in the available internal
buffer.
System action: The message number message is written
to the local client error log, then shortened and sent to
the server as a part of this message. The message is
reduced in length by substituting '...' in the middle of
the original message.
User response: The message referred to has been
shortened, but describes the error that occurred. See the
documentation for that message for more information.
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Chapter 3. ANR messages
ANR messages are issued by the server. Some ANR messages are common to all
operating systems, and some are specific to a single operating system.
ANR messages list
Messages are listed in ascending numerical order. All elements of the message are
documented.
For a list of new, changed, and deleted server messages, see the following files in
the server installation directory:
Release_msg_chgs
This file contains all new, changed, and deleted messages from the
previous server version to the current version.
Maint_msg_chgs
This file contains all new, changed, and deleted messages from the current
server version to the current release.
These files are in the installation_directory\doc directory for Microsoft Windows
operating systems and the installation_directory/server/bin/ directory for all
other operating systems.
These files are also available in New, changed, and deleted server messages on the
IBM Spectrum Protect wiki.
ANR0010W
Unable to open message catalog for
language language. The default language
message catalog will be used.
Explanation: The message catalog for the specified
language could not be found.
System action: The server continues to initialize with
the default English message catalog.
System action: The server continues to initialize using
the second locale.
User response: To resolve the issue, complete the
following steps:
v
If you specified a LANGUAGE option in the server
options file, ensure that you specified a supported
locale and that the locale is installed on your system.
v
If you specified environment variables for the
system locale, ensure that you specified a supported
locale and that the locale is installed on your system.
User response: To resolve the issue, complete the
following steps:
v
If you specified a LANGUAGE option in the server
options file, verify that you specified a supported
language.
v
If you specified environment variables for the
system locale, ensure that you specified a supported
locale and that the locale is installed on your system.
v
v
Ensure that the IBM Spectrum Protect language
package for the specified language is installed on
your system.
Restart the server.
ANR0011W
Unable to set locale to first locale. Using
locale second locale for message
formatting.
v
Restart the server.
ANR0098W
This system does not meet the
minimum memory requirements.
Explanation: The minimum memory required is 12
GB. 16 GB is required if you are using data
deduplication. At least 32 GB is needed for heavily
used servers. Using 32 GB or more of memory
enhances performance of the IBM Spectrum Protect
server database inventory.
If you plan to run multiple instances, each instance
requires the memory listed for one server. Multiply the
memory for one server by the number of instances
planned for the system.
Explanation: The first locale could not be set.
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Node replication processing requires additional
memory. Use a minimum of 32 GB of memory for node
replication without data deduplication. Node
replication with data deduplication requires a
minimum of 64 GB of memory. You will require an
active log at least 64 GB in size to run replication. If
replication and deduplication are both being used, an
active log at least 128 GB in size is required.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Increase the amount of memory on the
system.
ANR0099W
This operating system is not supported.
Explanation: The system has detected one of the
following items:
v a release of the operating system that is not
supported
v the required maintenance for the operating system is
not installed
See the software requirements section in the
information center for more details.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: See the software requirements section
in the information center and upgrade to a supported
operating system.
ANR0100E
Source file(line number): Error error code
creating table "table name".
Explanation: An internal error has occurred in an
attempt to create a server database table. This message
always accompanies another error message and
provides more detail about that error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0101E
Source file(line number): Error error code
opening table "table name".
Explanation: An internal error occurred when a server
database table was being accessed. This error message
always accompanies another error message which
provides more details about the error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: If the server or storage agent stops in
response to a HALT command, you can ignore this
error message.
ANR0102E
Source file(line number): Error error code
inserting row in table "table name".
Explanation: An internal error occurred when data
was added to a server database table. This error
message always accompanies another error message
which provides more details about the error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: An error occurred when a row was
inserted into a server database table. Typically, this
error causes an error code value of 1202 to be
displayed. An error code value of 1202 indicates that
the record being inserted already exists in the database.
This type of error might be caused by a timing issue
with the server or a synchronization issue involving
server processes, client sessions, or other server actions.
Review the activity log file to determine what
operations were in progress and were affected by this
error. Try the operation again and change the timing so
that it does not run with the same processes or actions
as when the error occurred.
ANR0103E
Source file(line number): Error error code
updating row in table "table name".
Explanation: An internal error occurred when data
was updated in a server database table. This error
message always accompanies another error message
which provides more details about the error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: An error occurred when a row was
inserted into a server database table. Typically, this
error causes an error code value of 1114 to be
displayed. An error code value of 1114 indicates that
the record being updated does not exist in the
database. This type of error might be caused by a
timing issue with the server or a synchronization issue
involving server processes, client sessions, or other
server actions. Review the activity log file to determine
what operations were in progress and were affected by
this error. Try the operation again and change the
timing so that it does not run with the same processes
or actions as when the error occurred.
ANR0104E
Source file(line number): Error error code
deleting row from table "table name".
Explanation: An internal error occurred when data
was being removed from a server database table. This
error message always accompanies another error
message which provides more details about the error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: An error occurred when a row was
deleted from a server database table. Typically, this
error causes an error code value of 1114 to be
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displayed. An error code value of 1114 indicates that
the record being deleted does not exist in the database.
This type of error might be caused by a timing issue
with the server or a synchronization issue involving
server processes, client sessions, or other server actions.
Review the activity log file to determine what
operations were in progress and were affected by this
error. Try the operation again and change the timing so
that it does not run with the same processes or actions
as when the error occurred.
ANR0105E
Source file(line number): Error setting
search bounds for table "table name".
Explanation: An internal error occurred when data
was being accessed from a server database table. This
error message always accompanies another error
message which provides more details about the error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Review the activity log file to
determine what operations were in progress and were
affected by this error. Try the operation again and
change the timing so that it does not run with the same
processes or actions as when the error occurred.
ANR0108E
Explanation: An error occurred while attempting to
start a new transaction. Possibly there is not enough
memory.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0109E
System action: The application will not start.
User response: Verify that the ICC cryptography
directory is located in either the application root
directory or the directory specified in the platform
specific environment variable (the DSMSERV_DIR for
Unix platforms or the Windows registry).
Source file(line number): Unexpected error
error code fetching row in table "table
name".
Explanation: An internal error occurred when data
was being accessed from a server database table. This
error message always accompanies another error
message which provides more details about the error.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Review the activity log to determine
what operations were in progress and were affected by
this error. Try the operation again and change the
timing so that it does not run with the same processes
or actions as when the error occurred.
Attempt number att_num Unable to load
cryptography module from 'icc location'.
Explanation: An error occurred while attempting to
load the cryptography module.
ANR0110E
ANR0106E
Source file(line number): could not start a
new transaction.
An unexpected system date has been
detected; the server is disabled. Verify
the system date and use the ACCEPT
DATE command to establish the current
date as valid.
Explanation: The server has noted that the current
system date is suspect. It is earlier than the server
install date or has suddenly moved into the future by
30 days or more.
System action: The server is disabled for client, server
and administrative access. Most server processes will
not execute.
Explanation: An internal error was detected during
transaction commit. This message is typically preceded
by another error message which provides more details
about the error.
User response: If the current system date is not valid,
reset the date. Use the ACCEPT DATE command to
establish the current date as valid on the server. After
executing this command, you can use the ENABLE
SESSIONS ALL command to enable the server for
sessions. Accepting an invalid date can cause any of the
following problems:
Premature deletion of data
Excessive retention of data
Scheduling problems
Event record problems
Password expiration problems.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
ANR0111E
User response: Review the activity log to determine
what operations were in progress and were affected by
this error. Try the operation again and change the
timing so that it does not run with the same processes
or actions as when the error occurred.
Explanation: The BEGINNODEID and ENDNODEID
are both required to be specified or neither of them are
required.
ANR0107W
Source file(line number): Transaction
transaction ID was not committed due to
an internal error.
Command: The BEGINNODEID and
ENDNODEID are both required to be
specified.
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System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Reissue the command, specifying both
BEGINNODEID and ENDNODEID, or neither of them.
ANR0112E
Command: The specified
BEGINNODEID node id is greater than
the ENDNODEID node id.
Explanation: Either the BEGINNODEID or the
ENDNODEID is invalid because the value of the
BEGINNODEID is greater than the ENDNODEID.
parallel commands before allowing the script to
continue.
User response: If you need to start more parallel
commands than the script limit allows, modify the
script to invoke multiple scripts in parallel, each of
which can start multiple parallel commands, up to the
script limit.
ANR0116W
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Reissue the command, specifying the
ENDNODEID to be greater than the BEGINNODEID,
or both to be equal.
ANR0113E
Command: The storage pool list specified
with the parameter parameter name
includes storage pool storage pool name
more than once.
Explanation: The storage pool name specified has
been specified more than once. The name occurs more
than once in the COPYSTGPOOLS list, more than once
in the ACTIVEDATAPOOLS list, more than once in the
PROTECTLOCALSTGPOOLS list, or it has been
specified in multiple lists.
System action: The command fails.
Explanation: The server waits for all previous parallel
commands started by the script to complete. When all
previous parallel commands are complete, the server
allows the script to continue. The script can attempt to
start more parallel commands. If the limit is exceeded,
the command will run serially.
System action: The server waits for all previous
parallel commands before allowing the script to
continue.
User response: Reduce the number of parallel
commands or scripts that are running on the server at
any one time.
ANR0117E
User response: Reissue the command specifying
unique storage pool names.
ANR0114E
Command: The NUMBER parameter is
required on this command. The current
default value is 0.
Explanation: The NUMBER parameter is required for
the FORMAT LFVOLUME COMMAND when the
LFVOLUMEFORMATCOUNT option is set to 0.
System action: The command is not executed.
User response: Either reissue the command with the
NUMBER parameter or else use the the SETOPT
command to change the LFVOLUMEFORMATCOUNT
value.
ANR0115W
The server script script name attempted
to start more parallel commands than
are allowed for a single script. A single
script is limited to parallel command limit
parallel commands.
Explanation: The server waits for all previous parallel
commands started by the script to complete. When all
previous parallel commands are complete, the server
allows the script to continue. The script can attempt to
start more parallel commands.
System action: The server waits for all previous
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The server script script name attempted
to start more parallel commands than
are allowed for the server. The server is
limited to parallel command limit parallel
commands.
The server contains stored data. Archive
data retention protection cannot be
changed.
Explanation: The archive data retention protection
state cannot be changed while the server contains any
backup, archive, or space-managed data.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: In order to change the archive data
retention protection state, the server must contain no
backup, archive, or space-managed data. Either
re-initialize the server database, or delete all stored
data and try the command again.
ANR0118W
The client option client option is not
valid and will not be sent to the client.
Use the INCLEXCL option instead.
Explanation: The client options INCLUDE and
EXCLUDE are not valid and have been replaced by the
combined INCLEXCL. If INCLUDE and EXCLUDE are
used in client option sets, use the INCLEXCL option
along with the specific include or exclude option that
you want the clients to use.
System action: The option is ignored and is not sent
to the client. The server continues processing.
User response: Client options INCLUDE and
EXCLUDE are not valid; use the INCLEXCL option
along with the specific include or exclude option that
you want the clients to use.
ANR0119W • ANR0128E
ANR0119W
The client option client option is not
valid and will not be sent to the client.
Delete it from client option sets.
ANR0124W
Object object name (object id hi ) for node
node name (node id), filespace filespace
name (filespace id) is retention protected
and can not be deleted.
Explanation: The client option is not supported by
this server and should be deleted from the client option
set.
Explanation: The specified object can not be deleted
because:
System action: The option is ignored and is not sent
to the client. The server continues processing.
v Archive retention protection is enabled and the
object's retention period has not elapsed, or
User response: Delete the option from the option set.
Check the documentation for a possible replacement for
the option.
ANR0120I
Archive data retention protection is set
to state of archive data retention protection.
Explanation: The archive data retention protection
state has been set.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0121E
command is not allowed when archive
data retention is enabled.
Explanation: The specified command is not allowed
when archive data retention protection is enabled on
the server.
System action: Processing continues.
v The object is part of a deletion hold.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0125W
Explanation: The specified file space cannot be deleted
because it contains one or more objects that must be
retained for one of the following reasons:
v Archive retention protection is enabled and the
object's retention period has not elapsed.
v The object is part of a deletion hold.
System action: The file space is not deleted.
User response: None.
ANR0126W
User response: None.
ANR0122E
command: A node cannot be assigned to
a new domain when archive data
retention is enabled.
Explanation: A previously defined node cannot be
assigned to a new domain when archive data retention
protection is enabled on the server.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0123E
command: A device type of SERVER is
not allowed when archive data retention
is enabled.
Explanation: The specified device type is not allowed
when archive data retention protection is enabled on
the server.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name for
node node name contains retention
protected data and cannot be deleted.
DELETE VOLUME: Volume volume name
contains retention protected data and
can not be deleted.
Explanation: The specified volume cannot be deleted
because it contains one or more objects that must be
retained because of one of the following:
v Archive retention protection is enabled and the
object's retention period has not elapsed.
v The object is part of a deletion hold.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0127E
command to another server is not
allowed when data retention protection
is enabled on the target server.
Explanation: The specified command is not allowed
when data retention protection is enabled on the target
server.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0128E
Command: The list of storage pools
specified with the parameter parameter
name includes storage pool storage pool
name, which is already in use by another
storage pool.
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Explanation: The specified storage pool name is
already being used to protect another storage pool. You
cannot protect multiple storage pools using the same
container-copy storage pool.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reissue the command specifying
unique storage pool names.
ANR0129I
Database upgrade completed
successfully.
Explanation: The requested database upgrade
operation completed successfully.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0130E
Diagnostic(ID): Server LOG space
exhausted.
ANR0132E
Diagnostic(ID): Memory allocation failed:
object object name, size size.
Explanation: The server cannot obtain enough
memory to create the object named.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0133E
Error loading module modname: error
string
Explanation: The error specified by error string
occurred when the server attempted to load module
modname
System action: Server operation continues, but the
function provided by the module is not available.
Explanation: There is no space to write data to the
server recovery log.
User response: Refer to the error string and correct
the condition causing the load to fail.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
ANR0134I
User response: To increase the amount of log space
available to the server, evaluate the directories and
filesystem assigned to the ACTIVELOGDIR,
ARCHIVELOGDIR, and ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIR. An
out of log space condition may occur because the
ACTIVELOGDIR location is full. Alternatively, an out
of log condition may occur if the log files in the
ACTIVELOGDIR which are no longer active can not be
archived to the ARCHIVELOGDIR and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIR locations. If necessary, a
larger ARCHIVELOGDIR or ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIR
can be specified by updating this option in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restarting the server.
ANR0131E
Diagnostic(ID): Server DB space
exhausted.
Explanation: There is no space to write data to the
server database.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space available to the server, an authorized
administrator can add database volumes by using the
DEFINE DBSPACE command. Once additional space
has been added for the database, the server database
manager will automatically extend into that space and
use it.
Cloud tiering process process ID started
from storage pool source_stgpool to
tgt_stgpool_type storage pool
target_stgpool.
Explanation: The server has started cloud tier
processing to move older client backup, archive and
space managed file copies. The cloud tiering process
was started as process number process ID. To query the
process, use the QUERY PROCESS command. To cancel
the process, use the CANCEL PROCESS command.
System action: Server operation continues. The cloud
tiering process can be canceled, if necessary.
User response: No action is required.
ANR0135I
Cloud tiering process process ID from
storage pool source_stgpool started
searching for eligible file spaces.
Explanation: The cloud tiering process began a search
for file spaces with eligible data that must be moved to
the target storage pool.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: No action is required.
ANR0136I
Table updating statistics performed
successfully for processed tables of total
tables.
Explanation: The server periodically performs
maintenance on the database tables. The maintenance
processing allows the database to update statistics
determine how to best access a given table. The
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maintenance processing will periodically process all
tables for the server.
the administrator has sufficient authority, then issue the
command again.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: No user action required.
ANR0137E
Source file(line number): Error error code
allocating num rows database rows.
Explanation: An internal error has occurred in an
attempt to allocate storage for the requested number of
database rows indicated.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
ANR0142I
Explanation: The command was successful.
System action: The server performs the command.
User response: None.
ANR0143E
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0138E
Value primary logs for number of
primary logs is invalid.
Explanation: The command has been issued with an
invalid number of primary logs.
System action: Server installation stops.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
number of primary logs.
ANR0139I
Cloud tiering process process ID
identified number of files files for node
node name, file space filespace name to tier
from storage pool source_stgpool to
storage pool target_stgpool.
Explanation: The cloud tiering process identified older
files that must be moved to the target storage pool.
System action: Server operation continues as files are
moved.
User response: No action is required.
ANR0140I
Command: success. Node node_id_1 is
granted proxy authority to node
node_id_2.
Explanation: The command was successful.
Command: success. Proxynode authority
for node node_id_1 has been revoked
from node node_id_2.
Command: failed. Proxynode authority
for node node_id_1 has not been revoked
to node node_id_2.
Explanation: The command fails if the administrator
issuing the command does not have sufficient authority.
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Check the help for the command and
verify that the administrator has either system or
unrestricted policy authority; then issue the command
again.
ANR0144E
Command: failed. Node node_id_1 was not
granted proxynode authority to node
node_id_2 because node node_id_missing
has not been defined to the server.
Explanation: The command failed because one of the
nodes has not been defined to the server.
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Verify that both nodes have been
defined to the server and then issue the command
again.
ANR0145E
Command: failed. Node node_id_1 already
has been granted proxynode authority to
node node_id_2.
Explanation: The command failed because a proxy
relationship between the two nodes already exists.
System action: The server performs the command.
System action: The server fails the command, but
does not change the existing association.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR0141E
Command: failed. Node node_id_1 was not
granted proxynode authority to node
node_id_2.
Explanation: The command fails if either of the nodes
do not exist, or if the administrator issuing the
command does not have sufficient authority.
System action: The server fails the command.
ANR0146E
Command: failed. Node node_id_1 was not
granted proxynode authority to itself.
Explanation: The command failed because a node
cannot have a proxy relationship defined to itself.
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: None.
User response: Verify that both nodes exist and that
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ANR0147E
Command: failed. Proxy node authority
for node node_id_1 to node node_id_2 was
not revoked because node
node_id_missing has not been defined to
the server.
Explanation: The command failed because one of the
nodes has not been defined to the server.
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Verify that both nodes have been
defined to the server, and then issue the command
again.
ANR0148I
Command: No proxy relationships were
found.
Explanation: No proxy relationships were found.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR0149E
Filespace filespace for node node_name
was deleted concurrently with the
command.
C:\Users\admin>db2start. You might receive messages
similar to the following ones: SQL1397N The DB2
service failed to logon. SQL1032N No start database
manager command was issued. SQLSTATE=57019. To
determine the cause of the failure, evaluate recent
changes to the server and review the system error logs.
Information can be found in the DB2 diagnostic log file.
If you are starting a DB2 server on a Windows
platform, you can set the logon account for a DB2
service by using the Services dialog box from the
Control Panel.
ANR0152I
Database manager successfully started.
Explanation: The server was successfully able to start
the database manager.
System action: The server operations continue.
User response: None.
ANR0153I
Database manager already running.
Explanation: The server database manager is already
running.
System action: The server continues startup.
Explanation: The command failed. The requested
filespace was deleted concurrently with the command.
User response: None.
System action: The server will fail the command.
ANR0154E
User response: Retry the command.
ANR0150E
Failed to open object object_name. There
was an error decrypting the
password_type password.
Explanation: The server could not open the object
specified due to the error encountered while decrypting
the password.
System action: The server will fail the related
command or action.
User response: Reset the password using the
appropriate UPDATE command and retry the failing
command or action.
ANR0151W
Database manager fails to start. For
more information about the failure,
issue the db2start command.
Explanation: The server was unable to start the
database manager. The following are possible causes:
v The database manager license key is invalid or
missing.
v The server instance password was changed.
System action: Server initialization stops.
User response: For more information about the failure,
try to start the database manager by issuing the
db2start command, as in this example:
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Command: The active data pool list that
you specified with the
ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter
includes active data pool active data pool
name that is a duplicate. All names must
be unique.
Explanation: You may enter up to 10 unique active
data pool names specified with the
ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reissue the command specifying
unique active-data pool names.
ANR0155E
Command: The number of active data
pool names specified with the
ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter
cannot exceed 10.
Explanation: The maximum number of active data
pool names that you can specify with the
ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter is 10. You may enter
up to 10 unique names, separated by commas.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reissue the command specifying up to
10 unique active-data pool names separated only by
commas.
ANR0156E • ANR0162W
ANR0156E
Command: The pool active data pool name
with pool ID pool ID is not an active
pool.
Explanation: The storage pool specified is not an
active-data pool. Only active-data pools are allowed to
be specified in the ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reissue the command specifying ten or
fewer active-data pool names.
ANR0157W
Database operation table operation for
table table name failed with result code
op code and tracking ID: id.
Explanation: An error occurred during the specified
table operation for the table indicated.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: If there were no operational failures as
a result of issue, then this was anticipated and the
server was able to continue appropriately. If this
resulted in a failure for a client session or server
process, this information is needed to help diagnose the
issue. In the even of a failure, please contact your IBM
service representative for further assistance.
ANR0158W
Database operation table operation for
table table name failed with operation
code op code and tracking id tracking
number. The data for column column
number is: column data.
Explanation: An error occurred during the specified
table operation for the table indicated.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: If there were no operational failures as
a result of issue, then this was anticipated and the
server was able to continue appropriately. If this
resulted in a failure for a client session or server
process, this information is needed to help diagnose the
issue. In the even of a failure, please contact your IBM
service representative for further assistance.
ANR0159E
Diagnostic(ID): Database deadlock
detected on DB2 Statement Handle.
Explanation: The database server detected a deadlock
situation and rolled back the outstanding work on this
statement handle. When server processes encounter a
database deadlock, they usually reattempt the work
that was in progress when the deadlock was
encountered. Not all processes can explicitly try an
operation again. For example, migration and
reclamation will eventually be tried again. However,
something such as a delete volume run in a macro will
only be tried again if the delete command is reissued
either in the macro or the command line.
System action: The work being done on the statement
handle is rolled back. Some processes will attempt to
retry the request. Others will just stop. Server operation
continues.
User response: If a process can retry (like migration),
then monitor the re-try attempt to see if it succeeds or
not. If the process or command is not able to retry on
it's own, then reissue the command or macro that
caused the action to occur.
ANR0160I
Displaying segment segment number of
total segments for client object object
identifier with text: object name.
Explanation: Display a client object, such as a file or
directory, that uses a long fully qualified name. The
name is displayed in smaller segments until the entire
name is shown. The segment numbers are incremented
from 1 to N until all the segments for this object name
are displayed.
System action: The fully qualified name for this object
is displayed.
User response: None.
ANR0161I
Displaying segment segment number for
message insert insert identifier with text
segment text.
Explanation: Display a segment of a message insert
that was too long to be displayed within the specified
message. There may be one or more segments
displayed for a given message insert.
System action: The entire message insert segment is
displayed.
User response: None.
ANR0162W
Supplemental database diagnostic
information: dbReturnCode:dbState:dbCode
(dbErrorMessage).
Explanation: The dbReturnCode, dbState, and dbCode are
displayed as supplemental information. This
information should be used in conjunction with any
other database error or warning messages issues to
assist with diagnosing a given issue.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: None. This is supplemental
information corresponding to another database error or
warning message issued.
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ANR0163E
Diagnostic(ID): Database insufficient
memory detected on DB2 Statement
Handle.
Explanation: The database server detected an
insufficient memory condition and rolled back the
outstanding work on this statement handle.
System action: The work being done on the statement
handle is rolled back. Server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0165I
Inventory file expiration started
processing for node nodename, filespace
filespace name, copygroup copygroup and
object type type.
Explanation: Inventory file expiration processing
started processing for the node name and filespace name
indicated. For this node name and filespace name the
indicated copygroup and object types are currently
being evaluated.
ANR0168I
Analyst authority for administrator
admin name will be ignored. Analyst
authority is not supported on this
server.
Explanation: Analyst authority is not supported for
servers at V6.1 or later.
System action: The operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0169E
An unexpected error has occurred and
the IBM Spectrum Protect server is
stopping.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
encountered an error from which it cannot recover, and
the server is halting. Other messages will be issued
along with this message indicating the specific error
conditions which have occurred.
System action: The server halts.
User response: Follow the instructions indicated in
any associated messages, then start the server.
System action: Inventory file expiration continues.
User response: This message is for informational
purposes only and is only displayed if the expiration
processing is executed with QUIET=NO.
ANR0166I
Inventory file expiration finished
processing for node nodename, filespace
filespace name, copygroup copygroup and
object type type with processing
statistics: examined examined, deleted
deleted, retrying retrying, failed failed and
skipped skipped.
Explanation: Inventory file expiration processing
finished processing for the node name and filespace name
indicated. For this node name and filespace name the
indicated copygroup and object types were evaluated.
And the ending statistics show the number of objects
examined, deleted, retried, skipped and those that
failed to be processed.
System action: Inventory file expiration continues.
User response: This message is for informational
purposes only and is only displayed if the expiration
processing is executed with QUIET=NO.
ANR0167I
Inventory file expiration process process
ID processed for minutes minutes.
Explanation: Server expiration processing ran for the
indicated number of minutes.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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ANR0170E
Diagnostic(ID): Error detected on DB2
Statement Handle, database restart
required.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
encountered an error on the database and needs to
issue a DB2 RESTART DB to the database manager. All
connections to the database server are severed, and
uncompleted operations are aborted. The IBM
Spectrum Protect server will then restart the database
and attempt to continue. If the database manager
cannot be restarted, the IBM Spectrum Protect server
will halt. Other messages may be issued along with this
message indicating the specific error conditions which
have occurred.
System action: The server continues, or if it cannot
restart the database, it halts.
User response: If the server is able to recover, no
action is needed, except to restart operations that were
aborted. However, if the server cannot recover, it will
halt. Follow the instructions indicated in any associated
messages, then start the server. If the server still cannot
be started, manually issue the DB2 RESTART DB
command, then attempt to start the IBM Spectrum
Protect server again.
ANR0171I
Diagnostic(ID): Error detected on DB2
Statement Handle, database in evaluation
mode.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
encountered an error on the database and will take
action to determine the type of error and whether or
not it can recover from the error.
ANR0172I • ANR0186E
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: This is an information message. As the
IBM Spectrum Protect server attempts to resolve the
error, it might issue other messages. Follow the
instructions indicated in any associated messages.
ANR0172I
Diagnostic(ID): Error encountered
performing action action.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
encountered an error performing the specified database
action. This error caused the action to fail and
prevented the server from being able to continue.
System action: Server processing terminates, the
requested action fails.
User response: Review other messages issued to
determine the actual error and then take steps to
remedy that failure before retrying the operation.
ANR0173I
The database failed action action because
of insufficient system memory available.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
encountered an error while performing the specified
action. Specifically, the server database did not have
sufficient memory to communicate with the server
database or was unable to acquire the memory needed
for the server buffer pools.
System action: Server processing terminates, the
requested action fails.
User response: In most cases, this indicates a lack of
available resources on the system. This may be a lack
of physical resources or it may be an environment
setting that prevents the server from having access to
the needed resources. For instance, on Linux systems,
this may be caused by the SHMMAX value (maximum
allowed shared memory) being set too low. On Linux,
this can be viewed using the command "ipcs -l".
Similarly, for Linux, this value can be increased using
the command "sysctl -w kernel.shmmax=nnn" where
nnn is the new maximum memory value to assign to
be used for shared memory. As a general
recommendation, this value should be set to
approximately 1.25 GB or higher depending upon the
actual physical memory (RAM) available on that
system.
administrator can modify the IDBACK parameter in the
DSNzPARM settings.
ANR0175E
Explanation: The space assigned to the server
database, the recovery log, or instance directory has
been exhausted.
System action: The server terminates.
User response: Review the filesystems or other space
assigned to the server for the database, recovery log or
instance directory. If the space assigned to the database
is full, restart the server and add additional database
space using the EXTEND DBSPACE command or use
the DSMSERV EXTEND DBSPACE utility. If the server
ACTIVELOGDIR is full, update this server option to a
new location that has space available for the server to
use for logging changes to the database. If the server
instance directory is full, remove unneeded files or else
extend this filesystem.
Please note that the server should be configured with
the database, activelog, and archivelogs using different
directories and storage devices. For example, if the
database and activelog are configured to use the same
directory and underlying storage device, this may
adversely impact performance. This may also
compromise the server's ability to manage the database
and active log space effectively. Similarly, the server's
instance directory should also be monitored and
managed with some amount of space available. The
server instance directory is used to record and log some
server and database actions.
ANR0185E
Diagnostic(ID): Maximum DB2
connections reached on DB2 Handle.
Explanation: There are no more available connections
to the server database.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: To increase the number of database
connections available to the server, the DB2
The data in primary storage pool name can
not be copied to active data pool name.
The active-data pool is not defined to a
domain.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Define the active-data pool to a
domain using the ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter on
either the DEFINE DOMAIN or UPDATE DOMAIN
command.
ANR0186E
ANR0174E
Diagnostic(ID): Space exhausted for one
or more of the following: DB, LOG, or
instance directory.
There is insufficient authority to start
the database manager.
Explanation: If the server is starting, then the user ID
under which the dsmserv process is running does not
have authority to start the database manager. If the
server is running, it does not have sufficient authority
to perform the server operations.
System action: The server process ends, and the
server stops if it is running.
User response: Ensure that the user ID under which
the server is running is authorized to start the database
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manager. Take the following actions:
v Log in to the user ID for your IBM Spectrum Protect
instance and start the server.
– To run the server using the root user ID on a
UNIX system, add the root user ID to the primary
group of the IBM Spectrum Protect instance user
ID.
– Or, to run the server using the instance user ID on
a UNIX system, when using the automatic start,
specify the -u option when you start the server.
ANR0187E
Explanation: Expiration processing has finished
processing backup sets for the node specified.The
ending statistics show the number of objects examined,
deleted, and those that failed to be processed.
System action: Inventory file expiration continues.
User response: This message is for informational
purposes only and is only displayed if the expiration
processing is invoked with QUIET=NO.
ANR0193E
Database db name was not found.
The REPAIR EXPIRATION TYPE=type
command cannot be issued from the
server console.
Explanation: The server attempted to open the
database, but it was not found by the database
manager. If this occurs immediately after formatting a
new database, it could mean the format operation
failed.
Explanation: The specified REPAIR EXPIRATION
command was issued from the server console. This
command cannot be issued from the server console
because the administrator must be prompted to
continue processing the command.
System action: The server process ends.
System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
User response: Ensure that you format the database
before starting it the first time. Ensure that all database
and log directories are online and available.
ANR0188E
Fail to start the database manager.
Database manager license not found
Explanation: Could not find database manager license.
System action: The server process ends.
User response: Issue the command from an
administrative client.
ANR0195W
Attempting to remove extraneous
database entries for volume volume name.
Explanation: The server is attempting to remove
extraneous database entries for the specified volume.
User response: Contact your service representative.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect will attempt to
remove the extraneous database entries for this volume.
ANR0189E
User response: Review the completion messages for
this volume to determine if the removal of the
extraneous database entries was successful or if an
error was encountered.
Fail to start the database manager.
Database manager license has expired
Explanation: Database manager license has expired.
System action: The server process ends.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0196I
ANR0190I
Explanation: The server successfully removed
extraneous database entries for the specified volume.
Inventory file expiration started
processing node node name for backup
sets.
Explanation: Expiration processing is currently
evaluating information for backup sets for the node
specified.
System action: Inventory file expiration continues.
User response: This message is for informational
purposes only and is only displayed if the expiration
processing is invoked with QUIET=NO.
ANR0191I
Inventory file expiration finished
processing node node name for backup
sets with processing statistics: examined
examined, deleted deleted, retrying
retrying, and failed failed.
Removal of extraneous database entries
for volume volume name was successful.
System action: System operation continues and future
operations on the specified volume should work
normally.
User response: The server successfully repaired the
specified volume.
ANR0197E
Removal of extraneous database entries
for volume volume name failed due to
contention with other server processes
or activities.
Explanation: The server was not able to remove
extraneous database entries for the specified volume.
This was due to contention with another server process
or activity.
System action: System operation continues and this
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volume still has extraneous database entries.
User response: It is possible that future server
activities or processes will select this volume and
attempt to repair it. If this occurs and the future
attempt is successful, no further action is needed. The
server administrator should review the activity log for
the time that the repair was attempted and try to
determine what caused the contention. If you are
unable to determine the cause of the contention of the
problem persists, please contact your service
representative for additional assistance.
ANR0198E
Removal of extraneous database entries
for volume volume name failed.
System action: Client nodes and server processes
cannot access the storage pool.
User response: To change the access mode, issue the
UPDATE STGPOOLDIR command.
ANR0202I
The parameter name has been set but the
changes will not be effective until the
next start
Explanation: The Database configuration has been
updated but has not taken effect. This setting will take
effect on next server start.
System action: This server parameter does not take
effect until next start. The server continues processing.
Explanation: The server was not able to remove
extraneous database entries for the specified volume.
User response: None.
System action: System operation continues and this
volume still has extraneous database entries.
ANR0203E
User response: The server administrator should
review the activity log for the time that the repair was
attempted and try to determine the cause of the failure.
If you are unable to determine the cause of the
contention of the problem persists, please contact your
service representative for additional assistance.
ANR0199W
Not possible to repair volume volume
name due to other database references to
this volume.
Explanation: The server was not able to remove
extraneous database entries for the specified volume
because other database references to this volume exist.
System action: System operation continues.
User response: The volume repair operation for this
volume is not able to take any action because other
unexpected database references to this volume exists.
For additional assistance contact your IBM service
representative.
Explanation: During MOVE CONTAINER processing,
the server could not allocate sufficient space in the
storage pool directory for the container.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: Make more space available in the
storage pool, and re-issue the MOVE CONTAINER
command.
ANR0204I
PROTECT STGPOOL process process ID
failed due to insufficient space in
destination storage pool.
Explanation: The destination stgpool had insufficient
space.
The container state for container name is
updated from previous state to current
state.
Explanation: The server updates the container state.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: Review the other messages issued to
determine if further action is required.
ANR0205W
ANR0200E
MOVE CONTAINER process process ID
terminated for container name insufficient space in directory directory
name.
Command name skipped data extent ID
Chunk ID because it is marked damaged.
Explanation: During command processing, the server
skipped a chunk that was marked damaged.
System action: Server processing continues.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: None.
User response: Make more space available in the
storage pool and restart the operation.
ANR0206E
ANR0201I
The access mode for storage pool
directory Directory Name in storage pool
Pool Name was changed to Access Mode.
Explanation: The access mode is changed for the
specified storage pool directory.
Command name process process ID failed
due to insufficient space in destination
storage pool.
Explanation: The indicated process failed because the
destination storage pool has insufficient space.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: Make more space available in the
storage pool and reissue the command.
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ANR0207W
Command name skipped object ID Object
ID because one or more extents are
marked damaged.
Explanation: During command processing, the server
skipped an object because a data extent (chunk) was
marked damaged.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0208I
Cloud tiering process process ID
identified a total of number of files files
and number of bytes bytes to move from
storage pool source_stgpool to storage
pool target_stgpool.
If an entire disk volume has failed and all files on it are
no longer accessible, run the following commands:
1. Set the volume access to destroyed: UPDATE
VOLUME volname ACCESS=DESTROYED
2. Delete the volume and the data: DELETE VOLUME
volname DISCARDDATA=YES
3. Set for manual shredding, if not already done:
SETOPT SHREDDING MANUAL
4. Run manual shredding with IOERROR parameter:
SHRED DATA IOERROR=SHREDSUCCESS
5. Reset for automatic shredding, if desired: SETOPT
SHREDDING AUTOMATIC
ANR0212E
Unable to read disk definition file file
specification.
Explanation: The cloud tiering process finished
searching for older files that must be moved to the
target storage pool.
Explanation: At startup, the server cannot read the
indicated file in order to obtain a list of disk volumes
to mount.
System action: Server operation continues as the files
are moved.
System action: Server initialization fails.
User response: No action is required.
ANR0209W
Tiering process process ID stopped - the
target storage pool has insufficient
space.
User response: Use a text editor to recreate the file; it
should contain one line with the name of a single log
or database volume. Then restart the server.
ANR0222E
Error action disk definition file file
specification.
Explanation: The server cannot tier the data because
either the target storage pool has insufficient space to
store the data or the access for the storage pool is
unavailable or read-only.
Explanation: An error occurred creating or changing
the disk definition file.
System action: The process of tiering the data from
the local storage pool to a target storage pool is
stopped.
User response: Attempt to determine the cause of the
write error and correct it.
User response: Make more space available in the
target storage pool, or specify a storage pool with more
space, and reissue the START STGRULE command.
ANR0225S
ANR0211W
The shredding process was unable to
shred a deleted file.
Explanation: The shredding process encountered an
error that prevents a file from being shredded. See
previous error messages for more details.
System action: The file is not shredded. The next time
the shredding process runs, it will attempt to shred the
file again.
User response: If there are files that can not be
shredded due to integrity or corruption errors or
unrecoverable I/O errors, run the following commands:
1. Set for manual shredding, if not already done:
SETOPT SHREDDING MANUAL
System action: None.
Invalid use of the -S command-line
option.
Explanation: The -S option cannot be specified on the
command line if the database ID file (dsmserv.dbid) is
intact. This option is to be used only if the ID file does
not exist.
System action: The server does not start.
User response: Start the server without specifying the
-S command-line option.
ANR0226S
The database ID file could not be found
for server startup.
Explanation: The server's database ID file
(dsmserv.dbid) could not be found. This file is created
when the database is formatted, is stored in the
directory from which the format is performed, and is
required for normal server operation.
2. Run manual shredding with IOERROR parameter:
SHRED DATA IOERROR=SHREDSUCCESS
System action: The server does not start.
3. Reset for automatic shredding, if desired: SETOPT
SHREDDING AUTOMATIC
User response: Ensure that you are starting the server
from the correct instance directory, and that the
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dsmserv.dbid file exists and can be read. If no
dsmserv.dbid file exists, restart the server with the -S
option to create a new database ID file.
fails to be reestablished, additional messages will be
issued providing more information.
ANR0236E
ANR0227S
Incorrect database opened. Server
cannot start.
Explanation: The ID of the database opened does not
match the ID stored in the database ID file
(dsmserv.dbid).
System action: The server does not start.
User response: Ensure that you are in the proper
instance directory for the database being opened, and
that the environment is set up correctly. The instance
directory is generally the directory from which you
formatted the database, or, if on UNIX, have specified
with the -i command-line option.
When the ID of the database that is opened does not
match the ID that is stored in the database ID file
(dsmserv.dbid), the server will not start. Use the -S
(skip DB ID check) parameter after deleting the
dsmserv.dbid file. After the initial use of the -S
parameter in a restore scenario, the server creates a
new dsmserv.dbid file in the instance directory.
Fail to start the database manager due to
an I/0 error. Check for filesystem full
conditions, file permissions, and
operating system errors.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server
encountered an I/O error while attempting to start the
database manager.
System action: The server process ends.
User response: Review the filesystems assigned to the
server for the database and recovery log.
ANR0237E
Fail to start the database manager. An
unexpected system error occurred.
Explanation: An unexpected system error occurred.
Some common reasons for this error are:
v The system name where you ran the server has been
changed
v The system date and time is set incorrectly
System action: The server process ends.
ANR0228S
Error errno opening the database ID file
for server startup.
User response: Contact your service representative.
Explanation: The server's database ID file
(dsmserv.dbid) could not be opened. The errno
indicates the reason for the failure.
ANR0238E
System action: The server does not start.
Explanation: While attempting to activate the database
an error occurred because the database was busy
performing a BACKUP, RESTORE or was in
ROLLFORWARD pending state. Examine the sqlcode to
determine the condition that is preventing the database
from activating. The following sqlcodes are most likely
to occur during the activate database step and will
prevent the server from starting. SQLE_RC_BKP_PEND
( -1116 ) indicates a database BACKUP is pending and
must complete prior to activating the database. Once
the database BACKUP is complete,the database can be
activated by starting the server.
SQLE_RC_ROLLFWD_PEND ( -1117 ) indicates a
database Roll Forward operation is pending and must
complete before activating the database. After the Roll
Forward recovery step is complete, the database can be
activated by starting the server.
SQLE_RC_BKP_INPROG ( -1118 ) occurs when an
attempt to activate the database fails because a
database BACKUP was in progress. Prior to activating
the database, it is necessary to rerun database BACKUP.
Once the database BACKUP completes successfully, the
database can be activated by starting the server.
SQLE_RC_RST_INPROG ( -1119 ) shows that a
database RESTORE was in progress when the database
failed to activate. The RESTORE database must be
restarted and allowed to complete successfully before
activating the database. Once the database RESTORE in
User response: Ensure that you are starting the server
from the correct instance directory, and that the
dsmserv.dbid file has the correct ownership and
permission. If the file is empty, erase the file, and
restart the server with the -S command-line option to
generate a new database ID file.
ANR0229W
Server is unable to add entries to the
Activity Log. Console messages will not
be logged until database access is
available.
Explanation: The process that monitors the default
(console) output stream and maintains the activity log
cannot update the activity log. The error is due to the
inability of the server to access the server database.
System action: The server does not update the activity
log. The activity log will continue to run and attempt
to recover from this situation.
User response: Access to the server database is
temporarily unavailable. The server database manager
will attempt to recover from this situation and
reestablish access to the server database. When access
to the server database is reestablished, the activity log
processing will continue. If the server database access
A database recovery task is prohibiting
activation of db name with sqlcode
dbCode.
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complete, the database can be activated by starting the
server. SQLE_RC_BR_INPROG ( -1120 ) means that
either a database BACKUP or RESTORE must complete
before activating the database. Ensure that either a
BACKUP or RESTORE operation completes successfully
before activating the database.
System action: The server is not started because the
database cannot be activated.
User response: See message explanation for more
information.
ANR0239E
The DB2 instance name instance name
may not be valid or is not configured
properly. The return code was sqlcode
Explanation: IBM Spectrum Protect Server attempted
to connect using the database instance set by the
DB2INSTANCE environment variable, but the attempt
failed.
System action: The server is not started because the
database instance is not valid.
User response: Verify that the database instance exists
and that it is configured properly. You can list DB2
instances by issuing the db2ilist command from the
instance directory, under the DB2 installation directory.
Example: c:\Program Files\tivoli\tsm\db2\instance\
db2ilist
ANR0264E
A database file IO error is prohibiting
activation of db name with sqlcode
dbCode.
Explanation: While attempting to activate the database
an IO error occurred when processing a database file.
The problem may have occurred in one of the
following situations: The system cannot open, read
from, or write to a database file. The system cannot
create the database because an error occurred while the
system was creating a database file or a directory for
the database. The system cannot drop the database
because an error occurred while the system was
deleting a database file or a directory for the database.
The system cannot create the database because an
interrupt was received while the system was creating
or deleting a database file or a directory for the
database. The system cannot locate the database
subdirectory or database configuration file during
connect. Problem causes are ordered in terms of their
frequency of occurrence: A log file cannot be found in
the active log path directory. There may be a problem
with the database directory the operation is being
attempted on. There may be inadequate disk space to
complete the operation. The database cannot be used.
System action: The server is not started because the
database cannot be activated.
User response: Appropriate responses for the problem
causes described above are: To verify if a log file is
missing, check the db2diag.log for the presence of a
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logging error (return code contains SQLO_FNEX). If
present, this error will contain the name of the missing
log file. Ensure that the file is located in the active log
path directory. If the file cannot be located, restore and
roll-forward the database to an earlier point in time
referenced in a log file preceding the missing log file
(use a timestamp that is earlier than that of the missing
file). There may be a problem with the database
directory. Check the integrity of the directory. Examples
of potential problems include: permissions issues,
mount point problems, corruption. Increase filesystem
size.
ANR0273W
Not initializing library library name
because the library is set offline .
Explanation: The External Library is set offline. It will
not be used for new transactions until it is set online
again.
System action: This server skips the initialization of
the library. The server continues processing.
User response: Refer to the UPDATE PATH command
for details on changing the online option.
ANR0274E
Attempt to access library library name
failed, because the library is set offline.
Explanation: The Library is set offline. It will not be
used for new transactions until it is set online again.
System action: This mount fails.
User response: Refer to the UPDATE PATH command
for details on changing the online option.
ANR0275I
Detected schema change for table table,
attempting to reconcile.
Explanation: The schema for the table referenced does
not match the server definition for this table. The
schema difference for this table will be reconciled.
System action: Server startup continues if the schema
difference was successfully reconciled. Server startup
will fail if the schema reconciliation failed.
User response: The schema for this table will attempt
to be reconciled. Specifically, the server will try to
modify the table in the database to match the schema
that was expected. A message will be issued indicating
the success or failure of the schema reconciliation.
ANR0276I
Schema reconciliation for table table
succeeded.
Explanation: The schema differences for this table
were successfully reconciled.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None
ANR0277E • ANR0314W
ANR0277E
Schema reconciliation for table table
failed.
ANR0297I
Explanation: The server was unable to reconcile the
schema differences for the indicated table.
System action: Server operation terminates.
User response: Contact your IBM service
representative.
ANR0278S
The database manager cannot create the
database because of a virtual memory
shortage.
A full database backup might be
required. The last log number used is
last log used and the first log number
used is first log used. The log file size is
log file size megabytes. The maximum log
file size is maximum log file size
megabytes.
Explanation: When the log space used since the last
database backup exceeds the maximum log file size,
either a full database backup is required, or the
maximum log file size must be increased.
System action: None.
System action: Server operation stops.
User response: None.
User response: Stop other applications running on the
system, especially those that use large amounts of
shared memory.
ANR0298S
ANR0279S
Database manager failed to start due to
incorrect service logon credentials.
Explanation: The server was unable to start the
database manager because the database manager
service credentials (userid and/or password) are
incorrect.
System action: Server initialization stops.
User response: Correct the logon properties for the
database manager service by using the Services dialog
box from the Control Panel.
ANR0293I
Reorganization for table table name
started.
Explanation: The server is performing an online
reorganization for the table referenced.
System action: The server will continue to operate.
User response: Monitor the available log space in the
active log and archive log storage paths. If the log
space available to the filesystem begins to fill up, then
perform a BACKUP DATABASE command with the
TYPE=FULL parameter in order to initiate pruning of
the archive log space.
ANR0294I
Reorganization for table table name
ended.
Authority is insufficient to access the
database.
Explanation: If the server is starting, then the user ID
under which the dsmserv process is running does not
have sufficient authority to access the database. If the
server is running and a server operation failed, then the
user ID does not have sufficient authority to perform
the operation.
System action: If the server is starting, the dsmserv
process ends. If the server is running, the server stops.
User response: Ensure that the user ID under which
the server is running is either the instance user ID, or is
authorized to access the database.
ANR0299I
A full database backup will be started.
The archive log space used is archive
log% and the archive log space used
threshold is arch log threshold%.
Explanation: When the archive log space used exceeds
the threshold, a full database backup will be started.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR0314W
Recovery log usage exceeds utilization
percentage % of its assigned capacity.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server recovery log utilization
exceeds 90% or more of its assigned capacity.
Explanation: The server online reorganization for the
table referenced has ended.
System action: Server operation continues.
System action: The server will continue to operate.
v If the server is operating in NORMAL log mode,
depending upon the size of your recovery log, add
recovery log volumes, or extend the recovery log, or
both, before it fills completely. Refer to the DEFINE
LOGVOL, and EXTEND LOG commands for more
information on these operations.
User response: Review the available log space in the
active log and archive log storage paths. If the log
space available to the filesystem has to filled up or is
close to filling up, then perform a BACKUP
DATABASE command with the TYPE=FULL parameter
in order to initiate pruning of the archive log space.
User response:
v If the server is operating in ROLLFORWARD log
mode:
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– backup the database, or
– define a database backup trigger if one is not
already defined, or
– lower the database backup trigger if one is
defined
Refer to the DEFINE DBBACKUPTRIGGER or
UPDATE DBBACKUPTRIGGER commands.
BACKUP DB command cannot free space in the
filesystem..
System action: The server will continue to operate.
User response: Create sufficient free space on the file
system so that usage does not exceed the
ARCHLOGUSEDTHRESHOLD.
ANR0320W
ANR0316W
A full backup for database DB Name
cannot be started. This backup is
required.
Explanation: An automatic full backup was attempted
for this database. However, the device class for
database backups has not been specified.
System action: The database backup operation is not
started.
User response: Issue the SET DBRECOVERY
command to specify the default device class for
automatic database backups. Then, issue the BACKUP
DB command and specify TYPE=FULL to back up the
database.
ANR0317I
Reorganization of indices for table table
name started.
Explanation: The server is performing an online
reorganization for the indices of the referenced table.
System action: The server will continue to operate.
User response: Monitor the available log space in the
active log and archive log storage paths. If the log
space available to the filesystem begins to fill up, then
perform a BACKUP DATABASE command with the
TYPE=FULL parameter in order to initiate pruning of
the archive log space.
ANR0318I
Reorganization of indices for table table
name ended with sqlCode dbCode.
Explanation: The server online reorganization for the
indices for the table referenced has ended.
System action: The server will continue to operate.
User response: Review the available log space in the
active log and archive log storage paths. If the log
space available to the filesystem has to filled up or is
close to filling up, then perform a BACKUP
DATABASE command with the TYPE=FULL parameter
in order to initiate pruning of the archive log space.
ANR0319W
The file system for the database archive
log has insufficient free space.
Explanation: The usage of the file system for the
database archive log has exceeded the
ARCHLOGUSEDTHRESHOLD. Space is used by files
that are not database archive log files, and the
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Storage agent storage agent is not able to
use device class device class for storage
pool storagepool for LAN-Free data
movement operations.
Explanation: The storage agent referenced is not able
to perform LAN-Free data movement operations using
this storage pool and device class. The storage agent is
back-level and is not able to support LAN-Free
operations using this device class.
System action: LAN-Free data movement operations
are not performed. The operations are either sent via
the LAN or else proxied by the storage agent directly
to the server.
User response: In IBM Spectrum Protect version 5.3, a
change was made to the way the FILE and device
classes are supported. This change prevents back-level
storage agents from being able to use these device
classes. The storage agent should be upgraded to the
same version and release as the server. Until the
storage agent is upgraded, any LAN-Free data
movement operations that are attempted will be done
using the LAN.
ANR0321W
Storage agent storage agent name at
version storage agent VRMF does not
support operation operationName,
although the server server name at
version server VRMF can support it.
Explanation: The storage agent is at an earlier version
than the server and is not able to use advanced
functions that were requested by a client.
System action: The operation is not allowed.
User response: The storage agent must be upgraded
to a version, release, and level that supports this
operation. Typically, the problem is that the storage
agent and server are not at the same version and
release. For example, if the server is version 5.3.0.0 and
the storage agent is version 5.2.3.0, the storage agent
needs to be upgraded to version 5.3.0.0 to perform the
requested function.
If this was a restore or retrieve operation and the client
node DATAREADPATH setting was ANY or LANFREE,
the server will override this to be LAN only. This will
cause the operation to fail on the storage agent and
message ANR0416W to be issued. Retry the operation
after performing one of the following actions:
v Halt the storage agent, upgrade the storage agent
program, and then restart the storage agent.
ANR0322E • ANR0327I
v Set the ENABLELANFREE client option to NO, and
then restart the client
If this was a no-query restore operation, the data was
not restored by the storage agent using LAN-Free data
transfer. If the client node is allowed to read data over
the LAN, the data was restored over the LAN. If the
operation failed because the client node is not allowed
to read data over the LAN, consider updating the
DATAREADPATH setting for this node by using the
UPDATE NODE command.
If this was an operation performed by an agent node
with proxy node authority to a target node, the session
failed with a protocol error. The operation was
attempted by a version 5.3 or higher client and server,
but the storage agent is not able to support this
operation. To allow an agent node to perform
operations for a target node, the storage agent must be
upgraded to version 5.3.0 or later.
ANR0322E
The NEWSTGPOOL parameter is not
valid for deduplicated volume volume
name.
Explanation: The volume contains one or more
deduplicated objects and must be restored to the
original storage pool.
System action: The operation is not allowed.
User response: To restore the volume to the original
storage pool, reissue the RESTORE VOLUME command
without the NEWSTGPOOL parameter.
ANR0323E
The NEWSTGPOOL parameter is not
valid for deduplicated storage pool pool
name.
Explanation: The storage pool contains deduplicated
objects and must be restored to the original storage
pool.
System action: The operation is not allowed.
User response: To restore the storage pool to the
original storage pool, reissue the RESTORE STGPOOL
command without the NEWSTGPOOL parameter.
ANR0324E
command: Replication parameters cannot
be used with the TYPE=SERVER
parameter.
System action: The command failed.
User response: Reissue the command without
replication parameters. Replication parameters include
REPLSTATE, REPLMODE, BKREPLRULEDEFAULT,
ARREPLRULEDEFAULT and SPREPLRULEDEFAULT.
ANR0325E
command: Operation is not allowed
because node nodename is a replica.
Explanation: The specified node is a replica of a node
on another server, created using the REPLICATE NODE
command.
You can restore or retrieve data from this node, but you
cannot store new data or alter existing data in any way.
System action: Client sessions that attempt to store
new data or change existing data will be terminated
with a protocol error. IMPORT operations will skip the
node.
User response: Perform the operation on the server on
which the original node resides.
ANR0326E
command: The ROLEOVERRIDE
parameter cannot be used with either
the TYPE=SERVER or TYPE=NAS
parameter.
System action: The command failed.
User response: Reissue the command without the
ROLEOVERRIDE parameter.
ANR0327I
Replication of node node list completed.
Files current: files current. Files
replicated: files replicated of files to
replicate. Files updated: files updated of
files to update. Files deleted: files deleted of
files to delete. Amount replicated: amount
replicated of amount to replicate. Amount
transferred: amount transferred. Elapsed
time: elapsed time.
Explanation: The replication process has completed.
The meanings of the numbers are:
v Files current indicates the number of files that do not
need to be replicated.
v Files replicated indicates the number of files
successfully replicated out of the number of files that
we attempted to replicate.
v Files updated indicates the number of files which
had meta-data updated on the target server out of
the number of files that needed an update.
v Files deleted indicates the number of files deleted
from the target server out of the number that needed
to be deleted.
v Amount replicated indictaes the size of the files that
were replicated out of the size of the files that
needed to be replicated
v Amount transferred indicates the number of bytes
transferred for the files that were replicated. For
compressed files, the number of bytes transferred is
the compressed size in bytes. The total number of
bytes transferred can be less than the amount
replicated if data deduplication or compression is
used to reduce the amount of data transferred.
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v Elapsed time indicate how long the process ran
ANR0331W
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR0328I
Replication preview of node(s) node list
completed. Files current: files current.
Files to be replicated: files to replicate.
Files to be updated: files to update. Files
to be deleted: files to delete. Amount to
replicated: amount to replicate. Estimated
run time: estimated runtime.
Explanation: The server specified for replication
cannot be used because it is not at the current level.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Upgrade the server to version 6.3 or
later, or specify a different server for replication.
ANR0332E
Explanation: The replication process has completed in
preview mode. The meanings of the numbers are:
v Files current indicates the number of files that do not
need to be replicated.
v Files to be replicated indicates the number of files
requiring replication.
v Files to be updated indicates the number of files
requiring a meta-data update.
v Files to be deleted indicates the number of files to be
deleted from the target server.
v Amount to be replicated indicates the size of the files
that require replication.
v Estimated run time is an estimate of how long the
process will run.
System action: None.
Starting replication of data type data for
node node name, filespace ID filespace id.
Explanation: The replication process has started
processing data for the specified node and file space
ID.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR0330W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - invalid
authentication protocol requested.
Replication mode source repl mode of
node node name is incompatible with
mode target repl mode on server server
name.
Explanation: The replication mode of the indicated
node is incompatible. If the source mode is SEND, the
target mode must be RECV. If the source mode is
SYNCSEND, the target mode must be SYNCRECV. The
source mode cannot be anything other than SEND or
SYNCSEND.
System action: The replication of the node's data fails.
Server operation continues.
User response: Use the UPDATE NODE command to
put the node in the proper state on both the source and
target servers.
ANR0333E
User response: None.
ANR0329I
Replication session for server server name
refused - server is down-level.
Server server name is disabled for
outbound sessions. The session request
is rejected.
Explanation: The DISABLED SESSION SERVER
command disabled outbound sessions for the indicated
server. Sessions to this server are not permitted.
System action: The session request fails. Server
operation continues.
User response: Issue the QUERY STATUS command
to view the servers that are disabled for inbound and
outbound sessions. Issue the ENABLE SESSIONS
SERVER command to make the server available for
outbound sessions.
ANR0334E
Server server name is disabled for
inbound sessions. The session request is
rejected.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
session because an invalid authentication protocol was
requested during sign-on processing. This might be due
to a down-level client, server, or storage agent that is
accessing a server or storage agent that is configured to
disallow such attempts.
Explanation: The DISABLED SESSION SERVER
command disabled inbound sessions for the indicated
server. The indicated server is not permitted to initiate
sessions to this server.
System action: Server operation continues.
System action: The session request fails. Server
operation continues.
User response: Upgrade the accessing client, server, or
storage agent to version 6.3 or later, or re-configure the
server to allow access from down-level clients, servers,
or storage agents.
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User response: Issue the QUERY STATUS command
to view the servers that are disabled for inbound and
outbound sessions. Issue the ENABLE SESSIONS
SERVER command to make the server available for
inbound sessions.
ANR0335I • ANR0340E
ANR0335I
Schema reconciliation for table table in
progress; pct% completed.
Explanation: The schema for this table is reconciling.
System action: Schema reconciliation will continue for
this table.
User response: None
ANR0336I
Runstats for table table name started.
Explanation: The server is performing an online
runstats on the referenced table.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0337I
Runstats for table table name ended with
sqlCode dbCode.
Explanation: The server online runstats for the table
referenced has completed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: For a non-zero sqlCode, consult the
DB2 Information Center for details.
ANR0338E
Database create terminated.
Explanation: DB2 detected a problem during the
create database operation. The source of the problem
might be a DB2 limitation. When "No File System
Caching" is used to create a table space with Database
Managed Storage containers, DB2 only supports storage
devices with a sector size of 512 Bytes on AIX, Solaris,
Linux, Windows, and a sector size of 1024 Bytes on
HP-UX.
System action: The create database operation is
terminated.
User response: See the db2diag.log file for additional
information to confirm the DB2 limitation. Change the
sector size to 512 Bytes on AIX, Solaris, Linux,
Windows, and to 1024 Bytes on HP-UX.
ANR0339E
command: Outbound replication is
disabled.
Explanation: Replication operations originating from
this server are disabled.
System action: Processing ends.
User response: Use the ENABLE REPLICATION
command to re-enable the use of replication.
ANR0340E
command: Outbound replication
operations are disabled because the
database was restored.
Explanation: The database for this server was
restored. Data that was on this server but that is not
referenced by the restored database is no longer
accessible. To prevent this server from deleting copies
of data that might exist on the target replication
servers, replication operations originating from this
server are disabled.
System action: Processing ends.
User response: Disabling replication after a database
restore is a precautionary step to alert the user of the
potential that a restored database might contain node
inventory that could result in the loss of filespace data
on a target replication server that is using node
replication. If replication was not used on this server
before the database restore, issue the ENABLE
REPLICATION command to resume replication
operations.
To preserve the data that exists on target replication
servers, determine whether copies of data that are on
the target replication server are needed. If they are, you
must replicate data that is on the target replication
server to the source replication server. After the
replication is complete, issue the ENABLE
REPLICATION command to resume replication
operations.
For example, suppose that PRODSRV is the source
replication server. The data belonging to client node
NODE1 was replicated from PRODSRV to DRSRV, the
target replication server. The database on PRODSRV
was restored.
To resume replication, complete the following steps:
1. On PRODSRV and DRSRV, remove NODE1 from
replication by issuing the following command:
REMOVE REPLNODE NODE1.
2. Update NODE1 definitions. When replication
occurs, DRSRV will send the data to PRODSRV that
was lost because of the database restore.
a. On DRSRV, issue the following command:
UPDATE NODE NODE1
REPLSTATE=ENABLED
REPLMODE=SYNCSEND.
b. On PRODSRV, issue the following command:
UPDATE NODE NODE1
REPLSTATE=ENABLED
REPLMODE=SYNCRECEIVE.
3. On DRSRV, set the replication rules to match those
on PRODSRV. For example, if only archive data was
being replicated from PRODSRV to DRSRV, set the
rules on DRSRV to replicate only archive data from
DRSRV to PRODSRV. Backup and space-managed
data will not be replicated to PRODSRV.
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4. On DRSRV, set the target replication server by
issuing the following command: SET REPLSERVER
PRODSRV.
5. On DRSRV, replicate data belonging to NODE1 by
issuing the following command: REPLICATE NODE
NODE1. Replication processing changes the
replication mode of NODE1 to SEND on DRSRV
and to RECEIVE on PRODSRV.
6. On PRODSRV and DRSRV, remove NODE1 from
replication by issuing the following command:
REMOVE REPLNODE NODE1.
7. Update NODE1 definitions:
a. On PRODSRV, issue the following command:
UPDATE NODE NODE1
REPLSTATE=ENABLED
REPLMODE=SYNCSEND.
b. On DRSRV, issue the following command:
UPDATE NODE NODE1
REPLSTATE=ENABLED
REPLMODE=SYNCRECEIVE.
8. On PRODSRV, enable replication by issuing the
following command: ENABLE REPLICATION.
9. On PRODSRV, replicate data belonging to NODE1
by issuing the following command: REPLICATE
NODE NODE1. Replication processing changes the
replication mode of NODE1 to SEND on PRODSRV
and to RECEIVE on DRSRV.
The original replication configuration is restored.
PRODSRV has all the data that was lost because of the
database restore.
REMEMBER: To replicate data that was on DRSRV, you
set the target replication server to PRODSRV. In your
original configuration, if you were replicating data from
DRSRV to another server, for example, BKUPDRSRV,
you must reset the target replication server. To reset the
target replication server, issue the following command
on DRSRV: SET REPLSERVER BKUPDRSRV.
ANR0341E
command with keyword keyword is not
allowed when archive data retention
protection is enabled.
Explanation: The specified command with the
specified keyword is not allowed when archive data
retention protection is enabled on the server.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0343W
File space filespace name could not be
created by node $$_TSMDBMGR_$$.
$$_TSMDBMGR_$$ node name is
reserved for IBM Spectrum Protect
database backup and restore.
System action: Server processing continues.
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User response: Node $$_TSMDBMGR_$$ is only used
for IBM Spectrum Protect database backup or restore.
The server does not create a file space with this special
node since there is no running database backup or
restore session.
User response: Use another node name to create this
filespace.
ANR0344E
The server failed to restore the database.
Missing ARCHIVELOGDIR value in the
server option file.
Explanation: While attempting to restore the database,
the IBM Spectrum Protect server detects a missing
value for ARCHIVELOGDIR in the server option file.
System action: Server database restore stops.
User response: Before reissuing the command to
restore the database, check the following items:
v Ensure that ARCHIVELOGDIR option has a valid
value.
v Ensure that the command is using the correct options
file for the server. If you are using the -o option with
the command to specify a server options file, ensure
that the name and location of the file is correct.
ANR0345E
The database manager cannot start
while file file name exists.
System action: The server stops.
User response: Remove or rename the specified file
and restart the server.
ANR0347E
Database database name is reporting a
drive is invalid and the database can not
be removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the API
is reporting an invalid drive condition during a
REMOVE DB process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0358E
Database initialization failed: sufficient
memory is not available.
Explanation: During server initialization, the server
database fails initialization because sufficient server
memory is not available.
System action: Initialization fails.
User response: Make more memory available to the
server.
ANR0361I • ANR0372E
ANR0361I
Recovery is in progress following a
database failure.
Explanation: During server initialization, the database
manager indicated that the database requires failure
recovery. A database failure can occur in the event of a
power outage or other abnormal termination of the
database manager. Failure recovery can take extensive
time, depending on how many transactions in the log
require examination.
ANR0369I
System action: Stopping the server's database
manager.
User response: None.
ANR0370E
System action: The server initialization is delayed
while the database is recovered.
User response: No action is required.
ANR0365E
Database database name is currently in
use and can not be removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the
database is currently in use during a REMOVE DB
process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Drop all database connections then
issue the command again.
ANR0366I
Database database name was removed
successfully.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has removed the server
database successfully.
Stopping the database manager because
of a server shutdown.
Diagnostic(ID) During the format
operation, the server cannot create files
in one or more directories that you
specified for log type. Ensure that the file
system where the directory is located
has sufficient space.
Explanation: Space is not available for the server to
write data to the directory.
System action: The format operation stops.
User response: Before reissuing the command to
format a new database, check the following items:
v Check whether the format operation created a
database but did not remove the database after the
failure. If the database that was created was not
removed, use the utility DSMSERV REMOVEDB
db_name to remove it.
v Check that space is available to the directories that
you specified for
ACTIVELOGDIR,ARCHIVELOGDIR, and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIR. Ensure that the amount
of space meets requirements. For example, the
directory for ACTIVELOGDIR must have at least 8
GB space available.
System action: None.
v Remove any files that are in the directories that you
want to use for the recovery logs.
User response: The server database was removed. In
order to run the IBM Spectrum Protect server, you need
to format a new database using the 'DSMSERV
FORMAT' command.
ANR0371E
Error setting environment variable
environment variable name with value value
- return code return code value.
Explanation: While attempting to format a database,
the IBM Spectrum Protect server has found that this
database name already exists.
Explanation: The server is unable to set the content of
the environment variable on the operating system to
the value specified in the message. The return code in
the message is the last error code set in the operating
system. The return code, or, last error code is a system
error code as a result of the failed function call to set
the environment variable.
System action: Server format stops.
System action: The server operation stops.
User response: Before reissuing the command to
format a new database, check the following items:
User response: Refer to the list of system error codes
provided by the operating system to determine the
cause of the problem. Resolve the problem and retry
the server operation.
ANR0367W
The server failed to format the database
database name. This database name
already exists.
v Remove the old database using command 'DSMSERV
REMOVEDB DB_NAME'.
v Ensure that the command is using the correct options
file for the server. If you are using the -o option with
the command to specify a server options file, ensure
that the name and location of the file is correct.
ANR0372E
Database database name is currently
damaged and can not be removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the
database is damaged during a REMOVE DB process.
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System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0373E
Database database name is reporting a
File error and can not be removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the
database is reporting a File error during a REMOVE DB
process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0374E
Database database name is invalid and
can not be removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the API
is reporting an Invalid DB error during a REMOVE DB
process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0375E
Database database name is reporting an
authorization error and can not be
removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the
database is reporting an authorization error during a
REMOVE DB process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0376E
Database database name is not found and
can not be removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the API
is reporting the DB cannot be found during a REMOVE
DB process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0377E
Database database name is reporting a
drive is not found and can not be
removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the API
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is reporting a database drive cannot be found during a
REMOVE DB process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB stops.
User response: Interrogate the database, correct the
problem then issue the command again.
ANR0378W
Database database name is reporting a
drive is not found and can not be
removed.
Explanation: This message is issued to notify the
administrator that the server has detected that the API
is reporting a warning during a REMOVE DB process.
System action: Server REMOVE DB completed
successfully.
User response: The drop database command has
completed successfully, however, there are some nodes
where the database alias or database name was not
found. It is possible that DROP DATABASE AT NODE
was already performed on these nodes.
ANR0379W
A server database deadlock situation has
been encountered; the lock request for
the lock name lock, key name will be
denied to resolve the deadlock.
Explanation: The server detected a deadlock situation
between a number of processes attempting to access
database information. A lock request for one of the
processes will be denied to resolve the database
deadlock. When the server processes encounter a
database deadlock, they usually try to run the function
that was in progress when the deadlock was
encountered again. Not all process can explicitly try an
operation again. For example, migration and
reclamation will eventually try again. However,
something like a delete volume run in a macro will
only be tried again if the delete command is reissued
either in the macro or the command line.
System action: A lock request fails for one of the
deadlocked processes. Server operation continues.
User response: If a process can be retried (like
migration), monitor the retry effort to see if it succeeds.
If the process or command cannot be retried, reissue
the command or macro that caused the action.
Consider what other processes are running at the time
the deadlock is reported. For example, if a process is
started manually, as opposed to running as part of your
regularly scheduled server maintenance tasks, that
process may have caused the deadlock. You might have
to adjust the scheduling of your server maintenance
tasks to avoid the problem.
ANR0387I • ANR0399I
ANR0387I
Evaluating node node name using storage
agent storage agent for LAN-free data
movement.
Explanation: The server is evaluating whether the
node and storage agent can use storage pools capable
of LAN-free data movement.
System action: The server evaluates the storage pool
destinations available to this node and reports which
storage pools can and cannot be used for LAN-free
data movement.
User response: Review the results of this processing to
determine if the appropriate LAN-free environment is
configured.
ANR0388I
Node node name using storage agent
storage agent has capable count storage
pools capable of LAN-free data
movement and not capable count storage
pools not capable of LAN-free data
movement.
Explanation: The server has completed evaluation of
the LAN-free and non-LAN-free storage pool
destinations for this node using this storage agent. The
server determined that there are capable count storage
pools that are capable of LAN-free data movement. It
also determined that there are not capable count storage
pools that cannot be used for LAN-free data
movement.
System action: None.
User response: Review the other messages issued to
determine which storage pools are capable of LAN-free
data movement and those which are not capable of
LAN-free data movement for this node using this
storage agent.
ANR0389W
Node node name has data path
restrictions.
Explanation: The node name has data path restrictions.
The registered node has data write path, data read
path, or both, configured to not allow LAN-free
operations.
System action: None.
User response: Issue the command QUERY NODE
node name F=D and evaluate the data read path and
data write path settings. To store data or read data
using LAN-free data movement, set the data write path
to ANY or LANFREE.
ANR0390W
A server database deadlock situation has
been encountered; the lock request for
transaction transaction ID will be denied.
the processes is denied, to resolve the database
deadlock. When server processes encounter a database
deadlock, they usually reattempt the function that was
in progress when the deadlock was encountered. Not
all process can explicitly try an operation again. For
example, migration and reclamation will eventually be
tried again. However, something such as a delete
volume run in a macro will only be tried again if the
delete command is reissued either in the macro or the
command line.
System action: A lock request fails for one of the
deadlocked processes. Server operation continues.
User response: If a process can try again (like
migration), then monitor the subsequent attempt to see
if it succeeds or not. If it fails, contact a service
representative. If the process or command is not able to
automatically try again, then reissue the command or
macro that caused the action to occur. If it fails again,
contact a service representative for further assistance to
better isolate the deadlock condition.
ANR0397I
Session session number for node
agent_node has begun a proxy session for
node target_node.
Explanation: A client session has begun proxy
operations.
System action: The server granted a proxy session to
a client node.
User response: None.
ANR0398W
Session session number for node
agent_node has failed to begin a proxy
session for node target_node.
Explanation: A client session attempted to begin a
proxy operation. The server failed the client request.
This can occur if the agent node does not have a proxy
association with the target node.
System action: The server blocks the proxy
authorization attempt.
User response: None.
ANR0399I
Session session number for node
agent_node has ended a proxy session for
node target_node.
Explanation: A proxy session has been ended. The
server terminates a session if there is an error in the
protocol. On the other hand, the client can also
terminate the session.
System action: The server, or the client, has ended a
proxy session for a client node.
User response: None.
Explanation: The server detected a deadlock situation
between a number of processes that were attempting to
access database information. A lock request for one of
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ANR0400I
Session session number started for node
node name (client platform) (communication
method).
Explanation: A new client session has been initiated
by the specified node. The session number, client
platform type and communication method used by this
session are included in the message.
System action: The server begins a communications
session to service the client node.
newer client, the server records this fact and will not let
this administrative client back off this client version to
a version that does not include the fix.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Apply service to the client program to
make it compatible with the newer server program.
ANR0405I
User response: None.
ANR0401W
Session session number for administrator
admin name (client platform) refused server version is down-level with this
client.
Explanation: The server refuses an administrative
client session because the client program version level
is newer than that supported by the server program.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Apply service to the server program to
make it compatible with the newer client program, or
use an older client program to contact the server.
ANR0402I
Session session number started for
administrator administrator ID
(administrator's platform) (communication
method).
Explanation: A new administrator client session has
been initiated by the specified administrator. The
session number, administrator's platform type and
communication method used by this session are
included in the message.
System action: The server begins a communications
session to service the administrator client.
User response: None.
ANR0403I
Session session number ended for node
node name (client platform).
Session session number ended for
administrator administrator ID (client
platform).
Explanation: An administrative client session has
completed normally.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0406I
Session session number started for node
node name (client platform) (communication
method communication address).
Explanation: A new client session has been initiated
by the specified node. The session number, client
platform type, communication method and address
used by this session are included in the message.
System action: The server begins a communications
session to service the client node.
User response: None.
ANR0407I
Session session number started for
administrator administrator ID
(administrator's platform) (communication
method communication address).
Explanation: A new administrator client session has
been initiated by the specified administrator. The
session number, administrator's platform type,
communication method and address used by this
session are included in the message.
System action: The server begins a communications
session to service the administrator client.
User response: None.
Explanation: A client session has completed normally.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0404W
Session session number for administrator
admin name (client platform) refused client is down-level with this server
version.
Explanation: The server refuses the administrative
client session because the client program version level
is older than that supported by the server program. For
certain problems (such as the compression fix), once an
administrative client connects to the server using the
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ANR0408I
Session session number started for server
server name (server's platform)
(communication method) for purpose.
Explanation: A new server session has been initiated
by the specified server for the specified purpose. The
session number, server's platform type and
communication method used by this session are
included in the message.
System action: The server begins a communications
session to service the administrator client.
User response: None.
ANR0409I • ANR0418W
ANR0409I
Session session number ended for server
server name (client platform).
Explanation: A server has completed normally.
User response: None.
ANR0414I
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0410E
EXPORT operation to server server name
rejected - administrator administrator is
not authorized to perform the import
operation on the target server.
Explanation: An export operation to the named server
was rejected, because the administrator issuing the
export command is not defined on the target server or
does not have sufficient authority to perform the
import operation on the target server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
Session session number for node node
name is restoring backup set: node node
name, set filespace name.
Explanation: This message logs information about a
backup set restored by a node.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0415I
Session session number proxied by storage
agent name started for node node name.
Explanation: This session is started for the indicated
node and the storage agent acts as the proxy for the
node. Client node sessions are used to perform
LAN-free operations between the client and server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0411I
Session session number for administrator
administrator name logged in as node node
name restored or retrieved object type
object: node node name, filespace filespace
name, object object name.
Explanation: This message logs information about an
object that was restored or retrieved by an
administrator logged in for a node.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0412I
Session session number for node node
name(Userid=user id), restored or
retrieved object type object: node node
name, filespace filespace name, object object
name.
Explanation: This message logs information to the
activity log about an object that was restored or
retrieved by a user logged in for a node. A user ID
with no value indicates that an administrative or root
user on the platform initiated the restore.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0413I
Session session number for administrator
administrator name logged in as node node
name is restoring backup set: node node
name, set filespace name.
Explanation: This message logs information about a
backup set restored by an administrator logged in for a
node.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR0416W
Session session number for node node
name not allowed to operation using path
data transfer path.
Explanation: This session attempted this operation
using the specified data transfer path. This operation is
not permitted for this client.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Issue QUERY NODE
FORMAT=DETAILED for this node to see the current
DATA WRITE PATH or DATA READ PATH settings.
These settings determine if a given operation is
permitted using a specific data transfer path. If this
client node should be permitted to perform this
operation using this data transfer path, the UPDATE
NODE command should be used to correct this.
ANR0417W
Session session number for node node
name terminated - data transfer path not
allowed.
Explanation: This session attempted an operation that
needed a data transfer path that this node is not
allowed to use.
System action: This client session terminates.
User response: Refer to the ANR0416W message that
was issued for this client session to determine which
operation and data transfer path was attempted.
ANR0418W
Session session number for administrator
administrator name (client platform) is
refused because an incorrect password
was submitted.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
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client session because an invalid password has been
submitted by the client during sign-on processing.
System action: The server will continue to deny access
attempts by this client until a valid password is
submitted.
User response: Enter the proper password. If you
have forgotten the password, contact an authorized
administrator, who can assign a new password using
the UPDATE ADMIN command.
ANR0419W
Administrative client userid
administrative ID cannot be used when
authentication is on.
Explanation: The server refuses a request for a client
(administrative) session because the user ID specified
cannot be used when authentication of IDs is in effect.
SERVER_CONSOLE is an administrative ID that has
this restriction.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Use an administrative ID that was
registered for this server and that has a password.
ANR0420W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - server
disabled for user access.
Explanation: The server refuses a request for a client
(backup-archive) session because the server is currently
disabled for client access.
System action: Server operation continues.
Administrative clients are permitted access to the
server.
User response: An authorized administrator must
issue the ENABLE SESSION command before client
nodes are permitted access to the server.
ANR0421W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - sign-on
protocol violation.
Explanation: The server refuses a request for a client
session because sign-on protocol has been violated.
registered in the server database. On newer servers
operating with newer clients, the client platform field
contains the communication method and address.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Register the node name with the
server before establishing a session. If the server is
running with OPEN registration, no action is required;
the client prompts the user for a password and
registers the client with the server. If CLOSED
registration is in effect on the server, an authorized
administrator must use the REGISTER NODE
command to register the client node name with the
server.
ANR0423W
Session session number for administrator
administrator ID (client platform) refused administrator name not registered.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start an
administrative session because the administrator name
is not registered in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Register the administrator name with
the server before establishing a session. An authorized
administrator must use the REGISTER ADMIN
command to register the administrator with the server.
ANR0424W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - invalid
password submitted.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
client session because an invalid password has been
submitted by the client during sign-on processing. The
server will continue to deny access attempts by this
client until a valid password is submitted. On newer
servers operating with newer clients, the client platform
field contains the communication method and address.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Enter the proper password. If the
password has been forgotten by the user, an authorized
administrator can assign a new password by using the
UPDATE NODE command.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: This error is usually the result of a
client programming error in which the sign-on verb has
been incorrectly formatted and delivered to the server.
This error can also result when the server is contacted
by an application that is not a part of this product.
ANR0425W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - node
password has expired.
Explanation: The server refuses the specified session
because the client node's password has expired.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR0422W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - node
name not registered.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
client session because the client node name is not
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User response: Upon receipt of this error condition,
the client program immediately reconnects to the server
specifying a password update session and prompts the
user for a new password. After the user enters a new
password, the client reconnects to the server for normal
ANR0426W • ANR0433W
operations. Alternatively, an authorized administrator
can update the client password using the UPDATE
NODE command.
ANR0426W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - open
registration not permitted.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session
because an open registration action has been attempted
and the server is running with CLOSED registration.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Ask an authorized administrator to
submit the request using the REGISTER NODE or
REGISTER ADMIN command.
ANR0427W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - server
version is down-level with this client.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session
because the client program version level is newer than
that supported by the server program.
options file. Note that increasing the MAXSESSIONS
value requires additional memory resource by the
server. You may want to retry the connection at a later
time.
ANR0430W
Explanation: The server refuses the specified client
session because the node is locked from server access
(with the LOCK NODE command or by the LDAP
directory server).
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: Before the client node is permitted to
access the server, a properly authorized administrator
must unlock the node. Nodes using LOCAL
authentication can be unlocked with the UNLOCK
NODE command. Nodes using LDAP authentication
can be unlocked from within the LDAP directory
server.
ANR0431W
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Apply service to the server program to
make it compatible with the newer client program, or
use an older client program to contact the server.
ANR0428W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - client is
down-level with this server version.
Explanation: The server refuses the client session
because the client program version level is older than
that supported by the server program. For certain
problems (such as the compression fix), once a node
connects to the server using the newer client, the server
records this fact and will not let this node back off this
client version to a version that does not include the fix.
System action: Server operation continues.
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - maximum
server sessions (max sessions allowed)
exceeded.
Explanation: The server refuses the specified client or
administrative session because the maximum number
of concurrent client sessions has been exceeded.
Session session number refused administrator administrator ID (client
platform) is locked.
Explanation: The server refuses the specified
administrative session because the administrator is
locked from server access (with the LOCK ADMIN
command or by the LDAP directory server).
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: Before the administrator is permitted
to access the server, a properly authorized
administrator must unlock the administrator.
Administrators using LOCAL authentication can be
unlocked with the UNLOCK ADMIN command.
Administrators using LDAP authentication can be
unlocked from within the LDAP directory server.
ANR0432W
User response: Apply service to the client program to
make it compatible with the newer server program.
ANR0429W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - node
name is locked.
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused insufficient memory.
Explanation: The server ends the specified session
because sufficient memory (virtual memory) is not
available.
System action: The server ends the session and
continues operation.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If necessary, increase the maximum
number of permitted sessions. To do this, update the
value for the MAXSESSIONS parameter in the server
options file and restart the server with the updated
ANR0433W
Session session number for node or
administrator ID (client platform) was
refused because of insufficient recovery
log space.
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Explanation: If a log runs out of space, the current
transaction is rolled back. The server issues an error
message and halts. You cannot restart the server until
the recovery log size is increased.
System action: The server halts.
User response: Monitor archive logs and active logs. If
the recovery log space is insufficient, monitor the
archive log space first. If the archive log space is full or
nearly full, run a full database backup to remove
archive logs and consider adding more disk space to
the archive log directory. If the archive log space is not
full and the active log space is full or nearly full,
update the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE option in the
dsmserv.opt file. Set the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE
option to the new maximum size of the active log.
ANR0434W
Session session number for node or
administrator ID (client platform) was
refused because of insufficient database
space.
Explanation: The server ends the specified client or
administrative session because of insufficient database
space.
System action: The server ends the session, but
continues operation.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command. Add one or more directories to
the database.
ANR0435W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - internal
error detected.
Explanation: The server ends the specified session
because an internal logic error is detected.
System action: The server ends the session and
continues operation.
User response: To determine the source of the error,
the administrator can examine server messages issued
prior to this message. The QUERY ACTLOG command
can be used to view the activity log and search for
messages. If the error cannot be isolated and resolved,
contact your service representative.
ANR0437W
Session session number for node client
node name (client platform) encountered an
internal server error while checking
license compliance.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in determining if the server is in compliance with
license terms.
System action: The client session is ended.
User response: Use the QUERY LICENSE and QUERY
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STATUS commands to determine if the server is in
compliance with license terms. Start an AUDIT
LICENSES process to readjust server license
information. When this process completes you may
restart the session. If the problem persists, contact your
service representative.
ANR0438W
Session session number archive operation
for client client node name (client platform)
has been denied - Server is not in
compliance with license terms.
Explanation: The server refuses a client archive
operation because the current server configuration is
not in compliance with license terms.
System action: Server operation continues. Clients
may perform any action except backup or archive.
User response: Use the QUERY LICENSE command to
determine the license terms that are no longer in
compliance.
ANR0439W
Session session number backup operation
for client client node name (client platform)
has been denied - Server is not in
compliance with license terms.
Explanation: The server refuses a client backup
operation because the current server configuration is
not in compliance with license terms.
System action: Server operation continues. Clients
may perform any action except backup or archive.
User response: Use the QUERY LICENSE command to
determine the license terms that are no longer in
compliance.
ANR0440W
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform) invalid verb header received.
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because an invalid verb header has
been received from the client. Verb headers always
precede communication sent to the server from the
client or from the server to the client.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Correct the programming error in the
client program if it has been written by your
installation using WDSF verbs. Otherwise, contact your
service representative.
ANR0441W
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform) invalid data length received.
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because an invalid verb length has
been received from the client.
ANR0442W • ANR0448W
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Correct the programming error in the
client program if it has been written by your
installation using WDSF verbs. Otherwise, contact your
service representative.
ANR0442W
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform) invalid stream mode switch.
group more than the maximum database update
operations in a single database transaction.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Correct the programming error in the
client program if it has been written by your
installation using WDSF verbs. Otherwise, contact your
service representative.
ANR0446W
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because the client has attempted an
illegal stream operation.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Correct the programming error in the
client program if it has been written by your
installation. Otherwise, contact your service
representative.
ANR0443W
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform) invalid "field name" field found in "verb
name" verb (offset offset position).
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because an invalid field has been
found in a verb sent from the client node.
Explanation: The client is using a compression
method that is no longer supported by the Server.
System action: Server operation continues. The client's
backup operation continues, without compressing the
data.
User response: The compression method used by the
client is no longer supported. In order to use
compression, the client needs to be upgraded to a client
service level that supports the newer compression
method.
ANR0447W
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Correct the programming error in the
client program if it has been written by your
installation using WDSF verbs. Otherwise, contact your
service representative.
ANR0444W
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform) out-of-sequence verb (type verb name)
received.
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because a verb has been received that
does not adhere to the client-server exchange sequence.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: If the client generating the error is not
an API client, contact your service representative. If the
client generating the error is an API client, contact the
owner of the API client. If the client generating the
error is a client that you have created using WDSF
verbs, correct the programming error in your client
program.
ANR0445W
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform) maximum group transaction size
exceeded.
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because the client has attempted to
Session session number client client node
name compression method unsupported Compression forced OFF. Please obtain
the latest level of the client code.
Session session number space
management migration operation for
client client node name (client platform) has
been denied - Server is not in
compliance with license terms.
Explanation: The server refuses a client space
management migration operation because the current
server configuration is not in compliance with license
terms.
System action: Server operation continues. Clients
may perform any action except backup, archive, or
space-managed file migration.
User response: Use the QUERY LICENSE command to
determine the license terms that are no longer in
compliance.
ANR0448W
Session session number space
management migration operation for
client client node name (client platform) has
been denied - server is not licensed for
space management support.
Explanation: The server refuses a client space
management migration operation because the server is
not licensed to support space-managed clients.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Licenses to support space-managed
clients can be obtained from your service provider or
re-seller. The REGISTER LICENSE command can be
used with these licenses to enable space management
support.
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ANR0449W
Session session number space
management migration operation for
client client node name (client platform) is
in violation of server license terms server is not licensed for space
management support.
Explanation: The server warns about a client space
management migration operation because the server is
not licensed to support space-managed clients.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Licenses to support space-managed
clients can be obtained from your service provider or
re-seller. The REGISTER LICENSE command can be
used with these licenses to enable space management
support.
ANR0450W
Session session number for server server
name (client platform) refused - server
name not defined for server to server
communications.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
server session because the requesting server name is
not defined in the server database, or the requesting
server definition does not have a SERVERPASSWORD,
or a password or node name is not setup for virtual
volume use on the source server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Register the requesting server name
with the server before establishing a session, or update
the existing requesting server definition and set a
SERVERPASSWORD. An authorized administrator
must use the DEFINE SERVER or UPDATE SERVER
command to register the requesting server and set the
password. For a virtual volume environment, the
source server must have a definition for the target
server which includes a node name and password.
ANR0452W
Session for server source server name
refused. Server source server name is not
defined for server-to-server
communications on server target server
name.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
server-to-server session because a server name is not
defined in the server database, or the server definition
does not have a SERVERPASSWORD. Server-to-server
communications that use the SERVERPASSWORD
require that each server has a server definition for the
other server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Register the server names on both
servers before establishing a session, or update the
server's existing server definition and set a
SERVERPASSWORD. An authorized administrator
must use the DEFINE SERVER or UPDATE SERVER
command to register the servers and set the passwords.
ANR0453W
Server to server session refused - no
password defined.
Explanation: The server to server session cannot be
initiated because no server password has been defined
for this server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Define a server password with the SET
SERVERPASSWORD command and retry the
command.
ANR0454E
Session rejected by server target server
name, reason: rejection reason.
Explanation: The server tried to open a session with
the named server. The session was rejected for the
indicated reason.
System action: The operation fails.
ANR0451W
Session session number for server server
name (server platform) refused - invalid
password submitted.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
server session because an invalid password has been
submitted during sign-on processing. The server will
continue to deny access attempts by that server until
valid passwords are submitted.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Set the proper passwords. If the
password has been changed on either server, an
authorized administrator can set new passwords by
using the UPDATE SERVER command with the
SERVERPASSWORD parameter.
User response: Check both the servers for any
additional messages that might further describe the
reason the session was rejected. The rejection reason
will be in the form of "diagnostic code - reason". The
diagnostic code is only intended for use by your
service representative. The following responses apply to
the specified rejection reasons.
v No Resource: Ensure that the receiving server is
enabled and has sufficient database, log, and
memory resource to support the server session.
v Verifier expired: Ensure that the administrator's
password is current on both servers.
v Admin not registered: Ensure that the administrator
is registered on the target server.
v Inbound sessions disabled: Ensure that the target
server has not disabled this server with the DISABLE
SESSIONS SERVER command.
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v Down Level: Ensure that this server's level is current
with respect to the target server's level.
v Admin in use: Ensure that the administrator is not
being updated on the target server.
v Language not available: Ensure that required
languages are installed on the target server.
v Admin locked: Ensure that the administrator is not
locked on either server.
v License Failure: Ensure that appropriate licenses are
registered.
v Admin on client port: Use the UPDATE SERVER
command to set the admin port for the target server.
v SSL Required: Ensure that SSL is properly
configured.
v Authentication Failure: Ensure that all passwords
have been set correctly on both servers. The
password for the server (set by SET
SERVERPASSWORD on server X) and the password
in the server definition (set by DEFINE or UPDATE
SERVER X SERVERPASSWORD=) are the same
password.
v Verification Failure: Use the QUERY SERVER
command to determine that the HLADDRESS and
LLADDRESS of the target server are correct. If they
are not, correct them with the UPDATE SERVER
command. If they are correct, resynchronize with the
target server by issuing the UPDATE SERVER
FORCESYNC=YES command.
ANR0456W
Session rejected for server server name the server name at High level address, Low
level address does not match.
Explanation: The server name at the address specified
does not match the name in the server definition. The
connection is not established.
System action: The server continues.
User response: Ensure the HLADDRESS and
LLADDRESS in the define server command are correct,
and that the servername on the server being contacted
matches the name used in the DEFINE SERVER
command.
ANR0457W
Session for server server name refused crossdefine is not allowed on this
server.
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start a
server to server session for crossdefine because it is not
allowed on this server. The server will deny any
sessions for crossdefine until crossdefine is allowed on
this server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: An authorized administrator must use
the SET CROSSDEFINE ON command to allow cross
registration of servers.
v Communication Failure: Ensure that the target server
is available and that TCPIP is available on both
servers. Use the QUERY SERVER command to
determine that the HLADDRESS and LLADDRESS of
the target server are correct. If they are not, correct
them with the UPDATE SERVER command.
ANR0458S
v Node Type: Either the TYPE of the registered node
on the target server is not SERVER or the
NODENAME parameter of the server definition on
the source server is incorrect.
System action: The Storage Agent terminates.
v Internal error: Use the messages on the target server
to determine the problem.
ANR0455W
Invalid Command command name for
SNMP session.
Explanation: An SNMP administrative session
attempted to run a command which is not an macro
invocation. SNMP administrative sessions are only
allowed to issue macro commands.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Enter commands through the SNMP
administrative interface which are macros defined on
the server.
Server server name does not support
access by the Storage Agent.
Explanation: The storage agent attempted to contact a
Database Server, but the server contacted was not at
the correct level.
User response: Specify a correct Database Server in
the devconfig file for the Storage Agent.
ANR0459W
Authentication Protocol error on session
session number for node client node name
(client platform) - out-of-sequence verb
(type verb name) received.
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error on the
specified session because a verb has been received that
does not adhere to the client-server authentication
exchange sequence.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: If the client generating the error is not
an API client, contact your service representative. If the
client generating the error is an API client, contact the
owner of the API client. If the client generating the
error is an IBM-provided client, please ensure that it is
at the current software level.
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ANR0460W
Open registration failed for session
session number - node name node name
(client platform) already exists.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session during
open registration because the client has specified a
node name that is already registered on the server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: The client program user must specify a
different node name for the client in the client options
file.
ANR0461W
Open registration failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - policy domain STANDARD
does not exist.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session during
open registration because the STANDARD policy
domain does not exist. All nodes added to the server
database under open registration are automatically
assigned to the STANDARD policy domain. This policy
domain must be defined and have an active policy set
to support open registration.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If you want to support open
registration, define a policy domain using the DEFINE
DOMAIN command with the name STANDARD and
activate a valid policy set in the domain. You can issue
the UPDATE NODE command to move nodes to
different policy domains after the nodes have registered
themselves through open registration.
ANR0462W
Open registration failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - invalid node name.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session during
open registration because the node name specified by
the client is not valid.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Specify a node name in the options file
of the client program that contains valid characters and
does not exceed the maximum length in size.
ANR0463W
Open registration failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - invalid password.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session during
open registration because the password name specified
by the user is not valid.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Specify a password that uses valid
characters and is less than the maximum length in size.
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ANR0464W
Open registration failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - exceeded number of nodes
available under license terms.
Explanation: The server detected an attempt to
register more nodes than allowed by the terms of the
current license.
System action: Server operation continues, but the
REGISTER NODE command fails, and the node is not
registered.
User response: Use the QUERY LICENSE command to
determine the license terms that are no longer in
compliance.
ANR0465W
Open registration failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - policy domain STANDARD
does not have an ACTIVE policy set.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session during
open registration because the STANDARD policy
domain does not have an active policy set. All nodes
added to the server database under open registration
are automatically assigned to the STANDARD policy
domain. This policy domain must be defined and have
an active policy set to support open registration.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If you want to support open
registration, define a policy domain using the DEFINE
DOMAIN command with the name STANDARD and
activate a valid policy set in the domain. You can issue
the UPDATE NODE command to move nodes to
different policy domains after the nodes have registered
themselves through open registration.
ANR0466E
The SETSTORAGESERVER command
did not complete successfully.
Explanation: The SETSTORAGESERVER command
encountered an error and did not complete successfully.
System action: Storage agent operation terminates.
User response: Please review prior error messages and
take the necessary corrective actions.
ANR0467I
The SETSTORAGESERVER command
completed successfully.
Explanation: The SETSTORAGESERVER command
has completed successfully, and the appropriate device
configuration files have been updated.
System action: Storage agent operation terminates.
User response: None
ANR0468E • ANR0475W
ANR0468E
Server-to-server export and import not
allowed with server server name. Export
server is at version export version; import
server is at version import version.
Explanation: An attempt was made to export to an
outdated server. The server on which the import is
performed must be at the same or later level than the
server from which the data was exported.
System action: The export operation ends and server
operation continues.
User response: Export to a server that is at the same
or later level.
ANR0469W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - client is
not configured for archive retention
protection.
Explanation: The server refuses a client session
because the client is not configured for archive
retention protection.
v Make sure that the hardware and network
connection are working properly.
v Fix any errors in the system log or db2diag.log.
ANR0473W
Explanation: The server refuses a request to start an
administrative session because the administrator name
does not have appropriate authority over the node.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Use command GRANT AUTHORITY
to grant appropriate authority to the current
administrator ID.
ANR0474W
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Either disable archive retention
protection on the server or configure the client for
archive retention protection.
ANR0470W
Session session number for administrator
administrator name refused administrator password has expired.
Explanation: The server refuses the specified session
because the administrator's password has expired.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Upon receipt of this error condition,
the client program immediately reconnects to the server
specifying a password update session and prompts the
user for a new password. After the user enters a new
password, the client reconnects to the server for normal
operations. Alternatively, an authorized administrator
can update the client password using the UPDATE
ADMIN command.
ANR0472E
The database manager did not start. A
tablespace container is inaccessible.
Explanation: The server was unable to start the
database manager.
Session session number for administrator
administrator ID (client platform) refused administrator name does not have the
correct level of authority over client
node.
Session session number for administrator
administrator ID (administrator platform)
was refused because administrators are
not allowed to initiate sessions on the
client port.
Explanation: The server did not start the specified
administrative session because the administrator
connected to the server on the server port that is used
for client sessions, and the option
ADMINONCLIENTPORT is set to NO. When different
port numbers are used for administrative and client
sessions (controlled by the TCPPORT and
TCPADMINPORT options), and option
ADMINONCLIENTPORT is set to NO, administrative
sessions can be started only on the port used for
administrative sessions (as specified by the
TCPADMINPORT option).
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Update the client options file to
specify the port to be used for administrative sessions.
This is typically specified by the TCPADMINPORT
option in both client and server option files.
ANR0475W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - node is
not allowed to initiate sessions on
administrative port.
User response: Before restarting the server, check the
following items:
Explanation: The server had refused to start a session
with the specified client node because the node
connected to the server on the server's administrative
port. When different port numbers are used for
administrative and client sessions, client sessions may
be started only on the port used for client sessions.
v Reboot the system.
System action: Server operation continues.
System action: The server halts.
v Check that the directories for dbdir, log, or devices
exists and that the file system is mounted (if it is on
a separate file system).
User response: The client option file should be
updated to specify the port to be used for client
sessions. This is typically specified by TCPPORT option
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in both client and server option files. The MVS server
also uses the ICSPORT option.
ANR0476W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - node is
not allowed to initiate sessions.
Explanation: The server had refused to start a session
with the specified client node because the node is not
allowed to initiate session. Only server initiated
sessions are allowed with this client. The SESSIONINIT
parameter of the REGISTER NODE and UPDATE
NODE commands control the ability of a client to
initiate sessions.
server B, server B's session is ended because the
communications link has been closed by a network
error or by server A's program.
System action: Server A continues operation.
User response: If server B halts operation or in some
way stops communicating with server A, this message
will be displayed on server A indicating that the
connection was closed suddenly by server B. A network
failure can also cause this message to be displayed. If a
large number of these messages occur simultaneously,
check the network for failure and correct any problems.
ANR0480W
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: An administrator can use the UPDATE
NODE command with the SESSIONINIT parameter to
specify that the client may initiate sessions.
Alternatively, sessions can be scheduled with the client
that are stared by the server through server-prompted
scheduling commands ( DEFINE SCHEDULE, DEFINE
ASSOCIATION ).
ANR0477W
Session session number refused - The
client client node name cannot access the
server with a platform type of client
platform.
Explanation: A client with a invalid combination of
node type and platform type has requested a session
with the server. For example, a node id of type NAS
can only sign on with a platform type of "TSMNAS",
all other node types cannot use this platform type.
System action: The session request is refused. The
server operation continues.
User response: Verify that the Id used by a client to
sign on has the proper platform type.
ANR0478W
Session request refused. Server is
running in standalone mode.
Explanation: A client has requested a session with the
server. The server is running in a mode in which it
cannot start client sessions.
System action: The session request is refused. The
server operation continues.
User response: No response is required. To reduce or
disable the display of this message, you can update the
server options before running in standalone mode with
the COMMMETHOD NONE option. This will allow the
server to run without enabling client connections.
ANR0479W
Session session number for server server
name (server platform) terminated connection with server severed.
Explanation: If server A has opened a connection with
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Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated connection with client severed.
Explanation: The specified client session is ended
because the communications link has been closed by a
network error or by the client program.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If a user breaks out of a client
program, this message will be displayed on the server
as the connection is suddenly closed by the client. A
network failure can also cause this message to be
displayed. If a large number of these messages occur
simultaneously, check the network for failure and
correct any problems.
ANR0481W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) was terminated. The
client did not respond within
commtimeout seconds seconds.
Explanation: The server ends a client session because
the client was holding database locks during a
transaction. The client did not respond within the
number of seconds specified by the COMMTIMEOUT
server option.
System action: The server rolls back the transaction
that was in progress and the session is ended. Server
operation continues.
User response: If this message appears frequently,
consider incrementing the value specified for the
COMMTIMEOUT option. Use the SETOPT command to
change the value of the COMMTIMEOUT option
without stopping or restarting the server. This update
changes the amount of time that the server waits for an
expected client message during an operation that
causes a database update.
ANR0482W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated - idle for
more than idletimeout minutes minutes.
Explanation: The server ends a client session because
it has been idle for more minutes than specified in the
IDLETIMEOUT parameter in the server options file.
The client program will automatically attempt to
ANR0483W • ANR0488W
reconnect to the server when necessary.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If the problems persists, increase the
value specified for the IDLETIMEOUT parameter in the
server options file and restart the server. Many times,
the client program is idle while waiting for the user to
choose an action to perform (for example, backup,
archive, restore, or retrieve files). If a user starts the
client program and does not choose an action to
perform, the session will eventually time out. The client
program automatically reconnects to the server when
the user chooses an action that requires server
participation. Note that a large number of idle sessions
can inadvertently prevent other users from connecting
to the server, so care should be used when increasing
the IDLETIMEOUT parameter.
ANR0483W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated - forced
by administrator.
Explanation: The server ends a client session in
response to a CANCEL SESSION command issued by
an authorized administrator.
System action: The server rolls back any transactions
in progress for the terminated client session.
User response: None.
ANR0484W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated protocol violation detected.
Explanation: The server ends the specified session
because a communications protocol error by the client
has been detected.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: Examine the client message to
determine the problem. Correct the programming error
in the client program. If the error cannot be isolated
and resolved, contact your service representative.
If this session is a proxied LAN-Free session for a
storage agent, this error may be the result of a mount
point or volume preemption on the storage agent.
Review the messages logged by the storage agent to
determine if a storage agent action caused this to occur.
ANR0485W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated sufficient memory is not available.
Explanation: The server ends the specified session
because sufficient memory (virtual memory) is not
available.
System action: The server ends the session and
continues operation.
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0486W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated internal error detected.
Explanation: The specified client session is ended by
the server because an internal processing error has been
detected on the server. A programming error may have
occurred in the server program.
System action: The session is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: If this session is a proxied LAN-Free
session for a storage agent, this error may be the result
of a mount point or volume preemption on the storage
agent. Review the messages logged by the storage
agent to determine if a storage agent action caused this
to occur.
If the cause of the error can not be determined after
reviewing the activity log, contact your service
representative.
ANR0487W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated preempted by another operation.
Explanation: The server ends a client session in
response to a cancel request issued by a higher priority
operation that needed the mount point that the client
was using.
System action: The server rolls back any transactions
in progress for the terminated client session.
User response: Reissue the operation. If this message
appears frequently, consider increasing the mountlimit
value for the affected device class.
ANR0488W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) terminated transfer rate is less than (transfer rate)
and more than (elapsed time since first data
transfer) minutes have elapsed since first
data transfer.
Explanation: The server is canceling client session
number session number. Depending on the state of the
session, it may take a while for the session to be
canceled. The server ends a client session because it has
been active for more minutes than specified in the
THROUGHPUTTIMETHRESHOLD parameter in the
server options file and the data transfer rate is less than
the amount specified with the
THROUGHPUTDATATHRESHOLD parameter in the
server options file. The client is transferring data to the
server at an abnormally slow rate and may have
become a bottleneck for handling data from other
clients. If the client has caused log records to be
User response: See the documentation for the
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written, it is possible that this client will prevent log
space reclamation.
number to cancel the client session.
System action: The session is canceled and server
operation continues.
ANR0492I
User response: If a low data transfer rate is not a
problem, the THROUGHPUTTIMETHRESHOLD or
THROUGHPUTDATATHRESHOLD parameters in the
server options file can be set to zero - this will disable
the throughput check. The change can be made without
taking down the server and restarting it by using the
SETOPT THROUGHPUTTIMETHRESHOLD or the
SETOPT THROUGHPUTDATATHRESHOLD
commands. If a low data transfer rate is not expected,
external causes should be investigated. This would
include network problems and problems in accessing
data on the client node. The client program may
automatically reconnect to the server, so this message
may appear on subsequent sessions until the data
transfer problem is resolved. The default server
operation is not to perform a throughput check.
ANR0489W
Session session number refused for client
node name - NAS type nodes are not
supported by a storage agent.
Explanation: The specified client tried to connect to a
storage agent. The storage agent does not support a
node that is defined as TYPE=NAS.
System action: The session request is refused. The
server operation continues.
User response: The client should be re-configured to
not try LAN-free operations. This may be done by
setting UPDATE NODE ENABLELANFREE=NO for the
client.
ANR0490I
Canceling session session number for
node node name (client platform) .
Explanation: The server is canceling client session
number session number. This message is displayed in
response to the CANCEL SESSION command.
Depending on the state of the session, it may take a
while for the session to be canceled.
System action: The session is canceled and server
operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0491I
Explanation: When a high priority operation
attempted to find an available drive, all the drives were
being used. To free up a drive for this operation, the
client session identified is being cancelled by the
system.
System action: The lower priority client session is
cancelled to free up a mount point (drive).
User response: When a drive again becomes available,
restart the session that was cancelled. This session was
most likely a backup/archive session and you may just
want to let it restart automatically during its next
scheduled backup window. If this message appears
frequently, you may want to increase the number of
drives available. See the MOUNTLIMIT parameter on
the UPDATE DEVCLASS command.
ANR0493I
Restore session session number canceled.
Explanation: The specified session was canceled with
the CANCEL RESTORE command.
System action: The restore session is canceled and
server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0494I
Volume volume name in use. Session
session number for node node name (client
platform) being preempted by higher
priority operation.
Explanation: When a high priority operation
attempted to acquire a specific volume, it was being
used. To free the volume for this operation, the client
session identified is being cancelled by the system.
System action: The lower priority client session is
cancelled to free up the volume.
User response: Restart the session that was cancelled,
it will wait until the higher priority operation if
finished with the volume. This cancelled session was
most likely a backup/archive session and you may just
want to let it restart automatically during its next
scheduled backup window.
No matching session(s) found to cancel.
Explanation: The server cannot find any sessions to
cancel matching the specifications entered in the
CANCEL SESSION command.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY SESSION command to
ensure that the session you wish to cancel is connected.
Reissue the command using the appropriate session
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ANR0495I
Cannot cancel the specified
EXPORT/IMPORT session.
Explanation: The server cannot cancel the session
specified in the CANCEL SESSION command.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Export/Import sessions cannot be
canceled using CANCEL SESSION. The user should
ANR0496E • ANR0504I
use the CANCEL PROCESS command to terminate the
EXPORT/IMPORT operation.
ANR0496E
Session session number operation for
client client node name (client platform) has
been denied because verb (type verb
name) is not allowed when archive
retention is active.
Explanation: The server refuses the specified client
operation because archive retention protection is active.
System action: Server operation continues.
transaction for the specified session because an invalid
management class has been specified for a file or
directory object.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Correct the programming error in the
client program if it has been written by your
installation using WDSF verbs. Otherwise, contact your
service representative.
ANR0502E
User response: Do not send the specified operation to
the server when archive retention protection is active.
ANR0497W
Session request refused from
non-Express client.
Explanation: A non-Express client has requested a
session with the Express server. Only connections from
an Express client will be accepted by an Express server.
System action: The session request is refused. The
server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0498W
Session session number refused for client
node name because restore DB is in
progress.
Explanation: Restore DB is in progress, only
connection from Client related to restore DB are
allowed.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because an invalid
management class has been specified. Centera device
types may be used only for archive objects.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Ensure that Centera device types are
associated with device classes that are used only for
archive operations. The UPDATE COPYGRP command
can be used to update copy groups associated with
space management and/or backup storage pools so
that they point to valid destinations.
ANR0503I
System action: The session request is refused. The
server Restore DB operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0500W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - invalid password submitted.
Explanation: The server ends a password update
transaction because the user has not correctly specified
the current password.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Update your password by correctly
specifying the current password. If the current
password has been misplaced, the administrator can
reassign a password for the client by using the
UPDATE NODE or UPDATE ADMIN command.
ANR0501W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - invalid policy binding
specified.
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - A storage pool for the target
destination is associated with a device
class that has a Centera device type.
Session session number for administrator
administrator name logged in as node node
name restored or retrieved object type
object: node node name, filespace filespace
name, object object name, version version
of total version.
Explanation: This message logs information about an
object that was restored or retrieved by an
administrator logged in for a node.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0504I
Session session number for node node
name(Userid=user id), restored or
retrieved object type object: node node
name filespace filespace name, object object
name, version version of total version.
Explanation: This message logs information to the
activity log about an object that was restored or
retrieved by a user logged in for a node. A user ID
with no value indicates that an administrative or root
user on the platform initiated the restore.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
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ANR0505E
The database manager encountered a
null value for column name during the
data fetching.
the activity log and search for messages.
ANR0509E
Explanation: The server received an unexpected data
value.
The database restore failed on DB Alias
due to the log format differences
between database manager versions.
System action: The server cannot process the
command.
Explanation: The database restore failed because the
backup image was produced by a previous version of
the database manager.
User response: Before reissuing the command, try the
following actions:
System action: The database restore terminates.
v Reboot the system.
v Check that the directories for dbdir, log, or devices
exists and that the file system is mounted (if it is on
a separate file system).
v Make sure that the hardware and network
connection are working properly.
User response: If you need to restore the database
immediately, uninstall the upgraded server, re-install
the previous version of the server, then run the restore
command. Otherwise, start the upgraded server. The
upgraded server creates a new backup image
automatically. After the database backup completes, run
the server restore utility again.
v Fix any errors in the system log or db2diag.log.
ANR0510I
ANR0506I
A full backup has been started for
database DB Alias. This backup is
required.
Explanation: This level of the IBM Spectrum Protect
server uses a new version of the database manager that
has a new format for log files. Database backups
created prior to this level of the server cannot be used
to restore the database. A new database backup image
is needed to ensure that the database is protected.
System action: A full database backup is started.
User response: None.
Session session number opened input
volume volume name.
Explanation: The indicated session has opened the
specified volume for input processing.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0511I
Session session number opened output
volume volume name.
Explanation: The indicated session has opened the
specified volume for output processing.
System action: Processing continues.
ANR0507E
Protocol error on session session number
for node client node name (client platform)
because an owner was not properly
provided for the indicated node.
Explanation: The session does not adhere to the
client-server exchange sequence, therefore the server
detected a protocol error on the specified session.
System action: The server ends the client session.
User response: If the client runs in a non-standard
environment, the server detects that the owner field is
not being sent properly. It is not recommended to run
the client in a non-standard environment.
ANR0508E
An automatic full database backup for
database DB Alias has failed.
Explanation: A full database backup failed. This
message always accompanies one or more other
message that provides more details about the error.
System action: The server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages that were
issued prior to this message to determine the source of
the error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view
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User response: None.
ANR0512I
Process process number opened input
volume volume name.
Explanation: The indicated process has opened the
specified volume for input processing. You may or may
not see an associated ANR0515I message for this
process/volume combination, since some volumes are
shared between multiple processes.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0513I
Process process number opened output
volume volume name.
Explanation: The indicated process has opened the
specified volume for output processing. You may not
see an associated ANR0515I message for this
process/volume combination, since some volumes are
shared between multiple processes.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0514I • ANR0521W
ANR0514I
Session session number closed volume
volume name.
Explanation: The indicated session has finished using
the specified volume.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0515I
ANR0519E
Process process number closed volume
volume name.
Explanation: The indicated process has finished using
the specified volume. It is possible that the process
indicated was not the process that opened the volume.
System action: Processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0516E
for messages if needed. Correct any problem and try
the restore again. If the data is also backed up in a
copy storage pool, the retry operation will attempt to
read the file from the alternate location. If retry of the
restore operation continues to fail contact your service
representative.
SQL processing for statement statement
failed.
Explanation: The indicated select statement failed. The
failure was caused by a syntax error with the statement
itself.
Explanation: The server ended a file retrieve or restore
operation for the specified session because an invalid
value for the offset, length, or both was received from
the client application for the object being retrieved or
restored.
System action: The server ends the specified operation
and server operation continues.
User response: Specify an offset, length, or both
within the bounds of the object to be retrieved or
restored, and rerun the application.
ANR0520W
System action: The select statement failed.
User response: Review the server activity log for
message ANR0162W for an explanation of the error
that caused this statement to fail.
ANR0517E
command: The DEDUPLICATION
parameter cannot be used with either
the TYPE=SERVER or TYPE=NAS
parameter.
System action: The command failed.
User response: Reissue the command without the
DEDUPLICATION parameter.
ANR0518W
NDMP restore failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform), file space filespace.
Explanation: The server ends a restore operation for
the specified NAS node because an error has been
encountered on the server. Some common reasons for
the error are:
v The input volume is unavailable
v The storage pool is unavailable
v Data is corrupted on the input volume
v Hardware or media failure has occurred
v The server database is corrupted
System action: The server ends the restore operation.
User response: Examine any prior error messages to
determine the source of the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
A retrieve or restore operation failed for
session session number for node node name
(client platform). An invalid partial object
request was received.
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - storage pool pool name is not
defined.
Explanation: The server rolls back a database update
transaction for the specified session because the
destination specified for a management class copy
group specifies the named storage pool, but that
storage pool does not exist.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: An administrator with policy authority
over the client policy domain must correct management
class definitions so that copy group destinations refer
to defined storage pools, or the specified storage pool
must be created by an authorized administrator.
ANR0521W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - object excluded by size in
storage pool pool name and all successor
pools.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because the size of
a file sent from the client node is larger than that
allowed in the storage pool specified in the client's
management class copy group. No successor storage
pools to the one specified on the copy group can accept
the large file.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: If the client is not using compression
to send files to the host, turn compression on for the
client (using the UPDATE NODE command) to try and
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resolve the problem. Otherwise, the maximum file size
for one or more of the storage pools in the storage
hierarchy can be increased to accommodate the file. An
authorized administrator can increase the MAXSIZE
parameter by issuing the UPDATE STGPOOL
command.
ANR0522W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - no space available in storage
pool pool name and all successor pools.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because the storage
pool specified in the client's management class copy
group does not contain enough free space to hold the
files sent from the client. Successor storage pools to the
one specified on the copy group do not contain enough
free space.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: An authorized administrator can add
storage to one or more storage pools in the storage
hierarchy. Ensure that you size the file system based on
the amount of data that you manage. Add storage
space by using operating system tools. On the UPDATE
STGPOOL command, specify the ACCESS parameter as
READWRITE to ensure that client nodes and server
processes can read and write to the storage pool.
ANR0523W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - error on output storage
device.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified client because an I/O error
has been encountered by the server in writing to a
device.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Query the activity log to find messages
preceding this one that specify the failing device.
Storage pool volumes can be varied offline (by using
the VARY command), or the server may need to be
halted to correct the hardware problem. After the
problem is corrected, the client should retry the
operation.
ANR0524W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - data transfer interrupted.
Explanation: The database transaction associated with
session session number was aborted because data
transfer to or from data storage was interrupted by an
external event.
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System action: The session is canceled and server
operation continues.
User response: Examine the messages issued prior to
this message to determine why the data transfer was
interrupted. Attempt the client operation again if the
problem can be resolved.
ANR0525W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: The server ends a transaction for the
specified session because storage volumes are not
available in the storage pools in which the client's files
are to be stored.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: An authorized administrator can issue
the DEFINE VOLUME command to add storage to one
or more storage pools in the storage hierarchy. The
VARY ONLINE command can be used to vary offline
storage volumes online in the storage hierarchy to
make them available to client nodes for file storage.
ANR0526W
A transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) because of insufficient recovery
log space.
Explanation: If a log runs out of space, the current
transaction is rolled back. The server issues an error
message and halts. You cannot restart the server until
the recovery log size is increased.
System action: The server halts.
User response: Monitor archive logs and active logs. If
the recovery log space is insufficient, monitor the
archive log space first. If the archive log space is full or
nearly full, run a full database backup to remove
archive logs and consider adding more disk space to
the archive log directory. If the archive log space is not
full and the active log space is full or nearly full,
update the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE option in the
dsmserv.opt file. Set the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE
option to the new maximum size of the active log.
ANR0527W
A transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) because of insufficient database
space.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because the server
has insufficient database space.
System action: The server ends the specified session,
but server operation continues.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
ANR0528W • ANR0534W
DBSPACE command. Add one or more directories to
the database.
ANR0528W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - thread resource not available.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because sufficient
memory is not available for starting additional
processes on the server.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0529W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - insufficient memory.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because sufficient
memory is not available on the server.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0530W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - internal server error detected.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because an internal
logic error is detected.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages that were
issued prior to this message to determine the source of
the error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view
the activity log and search for messages that indicate
the source of the error.
ANR0531W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - invalid file space identifier
specified by client.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because the file
space identified by the client for the transaction does
not exist.
System action: This action usually occurs when a
client is operating on a file space that is currently being
deleted as a result of an administrative command or
client action. The server ends the specified session and
server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY PROCESS command
to monitor and wait for any file space deletion
processes to complete, or cancel the process if you do
not want to delete the file space. Try the client action
again after this action has been taken.
ANR0532W
Diagnostic(ID): Transaction transaction ID
was aborted for session session number
for node node name (client platform).
Explanation: An error has been detected during a
transaction commit for the specified session. This
message should be preceded by other messages that
give additional information about the failed transaction.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction. If the error cannot be isolated and resolved,
contact your service representative.
ANR0533W
Transaction failed for session session
number - compression method used by
client not supported. Please obtain the
latest level of the client code.
Explanation: The server ends the transaction for the
specified session because the compression method that
is used by the client is no longer supported by the
server.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: The client must either backup the data
with compression turned off, or upgrade to a client that
supports the newer compression method. If the client is
a WDSF client, upgrade to a non-WDSF client in order
to use the compression performed by the client.
ANR0534W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - size estimate exceeded and
server is unable to obtain additional
space in storage pool pool name. Size
estimate was size estimate.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because the size
estimate provided by the client is too small. The server
has attempted to obtain additional space in the
indicated storage pool, but was unable to do so.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
If pool name is a random access storage pool with
caching enabled, it is also possible that additional space
can be made available in this storage pool by
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eliminating cached files. When the server allocates
space based on the size estimate provided by the client,
it frees space occupied by cached files if this space is
needed to obtain the estimated space. However, if the
server later determines that the file size estimate was
too low, it attempts to obtain additional space that is
not utilized, but does not delete cached files to do so.
If the client sending the data has the option
COMPRESSALWAYS YES set, it is possible that a file
grew during the compression operation and when the
client sent it to the server it exceeded the space
available in storage pool pool name.
User response: This message may indicate that there
is no additional space in pool name. The following are
possible circumventions:
An authorized administrator can issue the DEFINE
VOLUME command to add storage to this pool.
If the suspected cause of the failure is that pool name is
a DISK storage pool and that space in use by cached
files was not freed, turn off caching for the storage pool
and issue the MOVE DATA command for the volumes
in pool pool name.
If the suspected cause of the failure is that a file grew
in size during compression on the client, another
possible circumvention is to set the
COMPRESSALWAYS option in the client options file to
NO and retry the operation. This may allow the client
to accurately report the file size and possibly avoid the
out of space condition in the storage pool.
ANR0535W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - insufficient mount points
available to satisfy the request.
Explanation: The server was unable to allocate
sufficient mount points to process the transaction.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available or validate your device class and library
configuration.
ANR0536W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - down-level client does not
support format of stored files.
Explanation: A client attempts to perform an
operation involving files that are stored in a format that
is not supported by that client level.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: Upgrade the client to a later level.
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ANR0537E
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - filespace name cannot be
renamed from or to a Unicode name.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for the specified session because a file space
was attempted to be renamed to or from unicode.
System action: The server ends the specified
transaction and server operation continues.
User response: Do not attempt to rename a unicode
file space to a non-unicode name or a non-unicode file
space to a unicode name.
ANR0538I
A resource waiter has been aborted.
Explanation: The server aborts a resource wait
because of waiting too long for a resource to become
available. This could cause a process or session to fail.
If this causes a process or a session to fail then there
will be other messages at this time indicating which
process or session has failed. Resources are internal
server resources such as locks and synchronization
objects.
System action: The server terminates the resource
with request and server operation continues.
User response: Either a server deadlock situation has
occurred or the resource timeout value is set too low.
Check the setting for the RESOURCETimeout server
option and increase the value. If the problem persists
with a higher timeout then contact your service
representative.
ANR0539W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name. This node
has exceeded its maximum number of
mount points.
Explanation: The server ends the transaction because
the node requires mount points to store data, and
either the node is not allowed to acquire any mount
points, or the node is already using the maximum
number of mount points allowed for the node. The
maximum number of mount points a node is allowed
to use on the server is controlled by the setting of the
MAXNUMMP parameter on the REGISTER NODE or
UPDATE NODE command.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: If the number of mount points that the
node is allowed to use on the server are already
acquired, reduce the number of client sessions for the
specified node that are running concurrently. For
example, decrease the value of the client option
RESOURCEUTILIZATION. If sufficient mount points
(for example, drives) are available to satisfy the data
store operations, issue the UPDATE NODE command
to increase the value of the MAXNUMMP parameter.
ANR0540W • ANR0546W
If the node is not allowed to acquire any mount points
(the node's MAXNUMMP option is set to zero), issue
the UPDATE NODE command to change the value of
the MAXNUMMP parameter.
ANR0540W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - data integrity error detected.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval operation
for the specified session because an internal database
integrity error has been encountered on the server.
session session number was aborted because data
transfer to or from data storage was interrupted by an
external event.
System action: The session is canceled and server
operation continues.
User response: Examine the messages issued prior to
this message to determine why the data transfer was
interrupted. Attempt the client operation again, if the
problem can be resolved.
ANR0544W
System action: The server ends the specified session
and continues operation.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0541W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - error on input storage device.
Explanation: The server ends a client retrieval or
restore operation for the specified session because an
I/O error has been encountered by the server in
reading from a device.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: Query the activity log to find messages
preceding this one that specify the device that is failing.
Storage pool volumes can be varied offline (by using
the VARY OFFLINE command), or the server may need
to be shut down by using the HALT command to
correct the hardware problem. After the problem is
corrected, the client may try the operation again.
ANR0542W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: The server ends a client retrieval or
restore operation for the specified session because a
needed storage pool volume has been varied offline or
the storage pool is unavailable.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: Use the VARY ONLINE command to
vary offline storage volumes online in the storage
hierarchy and make them available to client nodes for
file storage. If all volumes are online, check the
ACCESS parameter of the storage pool. If the access
mode is UNAVAILABLE, use the UPDATE STGPOOL
command to update it to READONLY or READWRITE.
ANR0543W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - data transfer interrupted.
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - thread resource not available.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval or restore
operation for the specified session because sufficient
memory is not available for starting additional
processes on the server.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0545W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - insufficient memory.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval or restore
operation for the specified session because sufficient
memory is not available on the server.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0546W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - internal server error detected.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval or restore
operation for the specified session because an internal
logic error is detected in the server program.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and continues operation.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
Explanation: The database transaction associated with
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ANR0547E
Invalid data was encountered in the
command processor output stream:
output formatting terminated for the last
command entered.
Explanation: The server console session encounters an
error in formatting output from a command.
System action: The command output is discarded and
server operation continues.
User response: Use the server QUERY command to
determine if the command you entered had the desired
affect in the server. Use the QUERY ACTLOG
command to see if a server error condition (like out of
memory) occurred prior to the command. Resolve the
error if it is found. Contact your service representative
if you cannot resolve the error, or if an error is not
found.
ANR0548W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) processing file space filespace
(fsId filespace id) for file file name stored
as storage repository - error detected.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval operation
for the specified session because an error has been
encountered on the server. Some common reasons for
the error are:
v The input volume is unavailable
v The storage pool is unavailable
v Data is corrupted on the input volume
v Hardware or media failure has occurred
v Database corruption
System action: The server ends the specified session
and continues operation.
User response: Try the restore or retrieve operation
again, and if the file is also backed up in a copy storage
pool, the operation will attempt to read the file from
the alternate location. If retry of the restore or retrieve
operation continues to fail examine any prior error
messages to determine the source of the error. Use the
QUERY ACTLOG command to view the activity log
and search for messages if needed. Correct the problem
and try the restore or retrieve again.
ANR0549W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform) - no existing restore session
found.
It may have already completed or been cancelled. The
QUERY SESSION command and the QUERY RESTORE
commands can provide information about existing
sessions and restore sessions which are restartable.
ANR0550E
The client operation failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - see previous error messages.
Explanation: The indicated operation has failed. This
message is always preceded by one or more other error
messages which provide more detail about why the
command failed.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: Examine the previous error messages
to determine the source of the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages if needed. Correct the problem and try the
command again.
ANR0551E
The client operation failed for session
session number for node node name on the
(client platform) operating system because
of a lock conflict.
Explanation: An operation that requires the server to
lock a system resource has been initiated. The operation
cannot be completed because the resource is in use by
another command or process.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
server does not process the command.
User response: To resolve the issue, take one of the
following actions: - If the failed command was run in a
local area network (LAN) environment, run the
command again later. - If the failed command was run
in a LAN-free environment, run the VALIDATE
LANFREE command and review the output: If the
LAN-Free capable column displays a value of YES,
retry the failed command. If the LAN-Free capable
column displays a value of NO, correct the
configuration to support LAN-free data movement for
the storage agent and retry the failed command.
Alternatively, retry the failed command in a LAN
environment.
ANR0552E
Client operation failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - destination storage pool
storage pool was skipped.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
Explanation: The indicated client operation failed
because the destination storage pool was skipped. A
storage pool may be skipped because it does not have
enough available space, or because it has a MAXSIZE
value that is less than the size of the object to be
inserted.
User response: Check the status of the original restore.
System action: The operation fails.
Explanation: A client attempted to start an additional
no query restore session to increase restore throughput,
but the original restore session was not found.
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User response: Ensure that the destination storage
pool is available, has an adequate MAXSIZE setting,
and has adequate space. The MAXSIZE setting may be
changed using the UPDATE STGPOOL command.
Space may be added to the storage pool by checking in
scratch volumes or defining new volumes in the
storage pool. If volumes in the destination storage pool
are offline, use the VARY ONLINE command to vary
them online and make them available for use. Correct
the problem and try the command again.
User response: Reissue the command and omit the
DATES=RELATIVE parameter.
ANR0553E
System action: Server operation continues.
Client operation failed for session
session number - administrator
administrator name does not have
adequate authority over node node name.
Explanation: The specified administrator does not
have the proper authority necessary to perform this
operation on the specified node.
System action: The server does not perform the query.
User response: Issue the command from a properly
authorized administrator ID, or contact the system
administrator to have additional authority granted to
the current administrator ID.
ANR0554E
command name: The parameter name
parameter is only valid if the
TOSERVER parameter is specified.
ANR0557I
Import command: An invalid export
record (version version, copy type copy
type, object type object type) was found.
Explanation: An invalid import record was found for
the specified version, copy type and object type. The
object will be skipped, and import processing will
continue.
User response: Issue QUERY ACTLOG to determine
the source of the error.
ANR0558W
Import processing did not create a
proxynode association for nodes
node_id_target and node_id_agent.
Explanation: Import processing did not create a
proxynode association between the two nodes. The
association fails if either of the nodes does not exist on
the server, or if import processing was not allowed to
complete.
System action: The server does not create the
specified proxynode association.
Explanation: The command failed because the
TOSERVER parameter was not specified.
User response: Verify that both nodes were imported
properly and issue the import command again. Or, use
the GRANT PROXYNODE command to manually
create the proxynode association.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
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User response: Reissue the command and specify the
TOSERVER parameter.
ANR0555E
command name: The parameter name
parameter cannot be specified when the
TOSERVER parameter is specified.
Explanation: The command failed because the
TOSERVER parameter was not specified.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and omit the
TOSERVER parameter.
ANR0556E
command name: DATES=RELATIVE
parameter value cannot be specified
when merging imported files using the
MERGE=YES parameter value.
Explanation: When importing files and merging them
into existing file spaces, the DATES=RELATIVE
parameter value cannot be specified.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
Too many domains are specified on the
EXPORT NODE command.
Explanation: The maximum length of the domain list
cannot exceed approximately 1400 characters.
System action: The EXPORT command is ended.
User response: If you specified DOMAIN=* on the
command, issue the command again without specifying
the domain to let it default to all domains. If you
specified a domain list, then split up the EXPORT into
multiple export commands to reduce the number of
domains specified on the command.
ANR0560E
Import command: Unable to decrypt
encrypted password or key.
Explanation: The server is not able to decrypt the
password associated with a node or administrator, or
the client encryption key associated with an object
being imported. The password or key was encrypted
with the AES encryption standard, but the server does
not support AES.
System action: The object is not imported.
User response: Rerun the export command, specifying
the ENCryptionstrength=DES option. Or, rerun the
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import on a server that supports AES.
ANR0561E
Export command: Process aborted - sign
on to server, target server name, failed.
Explanation: The server export process encountered
an error in establishing a communication session with
the target server.
System action: The export process ends and server
operation continues.
User response: Check the activity log and server
console for messages that indicate a failure or problem
on the server issuing this command and on the target
server. Next, check the server definition, administrator
name, and password on both the server issuing the
command and the server specified. Also, check the
communication connection between the two servers.
And finally, verify that the target server specified is
running. If the problem is not resolved, contact your
service representative.
ANR0562I
ANR0564E
Export command: Data transfer complete,
deleting temporary data.
Restartable restore request failed for
session session number, restartable restore
session restore session number - sessions
are active from the original restore.
Explanation: A client attempted to restart a restartable
no query restore session; However, sessions from the
original no query restore invocation are still active.
Both the current and restartable restore session
numbers are shown.
System action: The restartable restore request is ended
and server operation continues. The restore's
restartability status does not change.
User response: Check the status of the original restore.
The QUERY RESTORE command can be used to show
the status of restartable restores. The restartable restore
session number is the one for which sessions were
found to be running. Sessions may be active on either
the server or a storage agent. Restartable restores may
be cancelled by issuing the CANCEL RESTORE
command, after which the restore may be retried. Once
CANCEL RESTORE is issued for a restore session, it is
not eligible to be restarted.
Explanation: The server export process has completed
writing data to the target media or server. Temporary
data used during the operation is now being deleted
from the database.
ANR0565W
System action: The export process continues until all
temporary data is removed.
Explanation: The server ends a client retrieval or
restore operation for the specified session because a
needed storage pool volume has been varied offline.
User response: None.
ANR0563W
NDMP restore failed for node node name,
file space filespace.
Explanation: The server ends a restore operation for
the specified NAS node because an error has been
encountered on the server. Some common reasons for
the error are:
v The input volume is unavailable
v The storage pool is unavailable
v Data is corrupted on the input volume
v Hardware or media failure has occurred
v The server database is corrupted
System action: The server ends the restore operation.
User response: Examine any prior error messages to
determine the source of the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages if needed. Correct any problem and try
the restore again. If the data is also backed up in a
copy storage pool, the retry operation will attempt to
read the file from the alternate location. If retry of the
restore operation continues to fail contact your service
representative.
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Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform). The storage volume volume
name is inaccessible.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and server operation continues.
User response: Use the VARY ONLINE command to
vary offline storage volumes online, and make them
available to client nodes for file storage.
ANR0566W
Retrieve or restore failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - file was deleted from data
storage during retrieval.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval operation
for the specified session because the file has been
deleted from data storage by another process before
retrieval is complete.
System action: The server ends the specified session
and continues operation.
User response: Contact your administrator to find out
if DELETE FILESPACE, DELETE VOLUME, or
inventory expiration processes are running; these
processes can delete data storage files during retrieval.
Reissue the restore or retrieve operation and specify a
different file version.
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ANR0567W
Retrieve or restored failed for session
session number for node node name (client
platform) - insufficient mount points
available to satisfy the request.
Explanation: The server was unable to allocate
sufficient mount points to process the retrieve or
restore operation.
schedule and restart the export command. Alternatively,
the export data with the unknown value can be used,
and the DURUNITS value can be checked and updated
after import processing has been performed.
ANR0571E
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
ANR0568W
Session session number for admin admin
name (client platform) terminated connection with client severed.
Explanation: The specified admin session is ended
because the communications link has been closed by a
network error or by the client program.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If a user breaks out of a client
program, this message will be displayed on the server
as the connection is suddenly closed by the client. A
network failure can also cause this message to be
displayed. If a large number of these messages occur
simultaneously, check the network for failure and
correct any problems.
ANR0569I
Object not processed for node name:
type=type, file space=filespace name,
object=object name.
Explanation: An error occurred. The object for node
name, identified by type, file space and object name was
not processed.
System action: Server action is defined by the error
that occurred.
User response: Issue QUERY ACTLOG to determine
the source of the error.
ANR0570E
Export command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS parameter detected while
exporting administrative schedule
schedule name - default or existing value
is used during import.
Export command: Invalid value for
PERUNITS parameter detected while
exporting administrative schedule
schedule name - default or existing value
is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
PERUNITS parameter for administrative schedule
schedule name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data will contain an unknown PERUNITS
value for this schedule. If this data is imported, the
server uses the default or existing PERUNITS value.
User response: Update the PERUNITS value for this
schedule and restart the export command. Alternatively,
use the export data with the unknown value, and check
and update the PERUNITS value after import
processing has been performed.
ANR0572E
Export command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter detected while
exporting administrative schedule
schedule name - default or existing value
is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for administrative schedule
schedule name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown DAYOFWEEK
value for this schedule. If this data is imported, the
server uses the default or existing DAYOFWEEK value.
User response: Update the DAYOFWEEK value for
this schedule and restart the export command.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the DAYOFWEEK value
after import processing has been performed.
ANR0573I
Export/import command: Processing
administrative schedule schedule name.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS parameter for administrative schedule
schedule name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the schedule definition
information for administrative schedule schedule name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown DURUNITS value
for this schedule. If this data is imported, the server
uses the default or existing DURUNITS value.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
User response: Update the DURUNITS value for this
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ANR0574E
Import command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter in
exported data for administrative
schedule schedule name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter for administrative
schedule schedule name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command is issued that causes the data to be
imported, the default or existing values are used for
DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
User response: If the data is imported with a later
command, verify that the correct values for
DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS are
used for this schedule.
ANR0577E
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for administrative schedule
schedule name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default DAYOFWEEK value for this
schedule.
User response: Verify that the correct DAYOFWEEK
value has been used for this schedule. Update this
value, if necessary.
ANR0578E
ANR0575E
Import command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter in exported
data for administrative schedule schedule
name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for administrative schedule
schedule name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command is issued that causes the data to be
imported, the default or existing DAYOFWEEK value is
used.
User response: If the data is imported with a later
command, verify that the correct DAYOFWEEK value is
used for this schedule.
ANR0576E
Import command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter in
exported data - administrative schedule
schedule name defined with default
values for DURATION, DURUNITS,
PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter for administrative
schedule schedule name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default values for DURATION,
DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
User response: Verify that the correct values have
been used for DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and
PERUNITS. Update these values, if necessary.
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Import command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter in
exported data - existing values for
DURATION, DURUNITS PERIOD, and
PERUNITS for administrative schedule
schedule name were not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter for administrative
schedule schedule name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing values for DURATION,
DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
User response: Verify that the correct values have
been used for DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and
PERUNITS. Update these values, if necessary.
ANR0579E
Import command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter in exported
data - existing DAYOFWEEK value for
administrative schedule schedule name
was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for administrative schedule
schedule name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing DAYOFWEEK value for this
schedule.
User response: Verify that the correct DAYOFWEEK
value has been used for this schedule. Update this
value, if necessary.
ANR0580E
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Import command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter in exported
data - administrative schedule schedule
name defined with default DAYOFWEEK
value.
Export command: Invalid value for
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter
detected while exporting management
class management class name in domain
domain name, set policy set name - default
ANR0581E • ANR0585E
or existing value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter for management
class management class name in domain domain name,
policy set policy set name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value for this management
class. If this data is imported, the default or existing
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value is used.
User response: Update the SPACEMGTECHNIQUE
value for this copy group and restart the export.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value after import processing
has been performed.
ANR0581E
Export command: Invalid value for
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter
detected while exporting management
class management class name in domain
domain name, set policy set name - default
or existing value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter for management class
management class name in domain domain name, policy
set policy set name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown value for this
management class. If this data is imported, the default
or existing MIGREQUIRESBKUP value is used.
User response: Update the MIGREQUIRESBKUP
value for this copy group and restart the export.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the MIGREQUIRESBKUP
value after import processing has been performed.
ANR0582E
Import command: Invalid value for
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter in
exported data for management class
management class name in domain domain
name, set policy set name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter for management
class management class name, in policy domain domain
name, policy set policy set name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command is issued that causes the data to be
imported, the default or existing
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value is used for this
management class.
ANR0583E
Import command: Invalid value for
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter in
exported data - management class
management class name in domain domain
name, set policy set name defined with
default SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter for management
class management class name, in policy domain domain
name, policy set policy set name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value for
this management class.
User response: Verify that the correct
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value has been used for this
management class. Update this value, if necessary.
ANR0584E
Import command: Invalid value for
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter in
exported data - SPACEMGTECHNIQUE
value for management class management
class name in domain domain name, set
policy set name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE parameter for management
class management class name, in policy domain domain
name, policy set policy set name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value for
this management class.
User response: Verify that the correct
SPACEMGTECHNIQUE value has been used for this
management class. Update this value, if necessary.
ANR0585E
Import command: Invalid value for
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter in
exported data for management class
management class name in domain domain
name, set policy set name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter for management class
management class name, in policy domain domain name,
policy set policy set name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing MIGREQUIRESBKUP value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct
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MIGREQUIRESBKUP value is used for this
management class.
ANR0586E
Import command: Invalid value for
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter in
exported data - management class
management class name in domain domain
name, set policy set name defined with
default MIGREQUIRESBKUP value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter for management class
management class name, in policy domain domain name,
policy set policy set name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default MIGREQUIRESBKUP value for
this management class.
User response: Verify that the correct
MIGREQUIRESBKUP value has been used for this
management class. Update this value, if necessary.
ANR0587E
Import command: Invalid value for
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter in
exported data - MIGREQUIRESBKUP
value for management class management
class name in domain domain name, set
policy set name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing MIGREQUIRESBKUP value for
this management class.
User response: Verify that the correct
MIGREQUIRESBKUP parameter has been used for this
management class. Update this value, if necessary.
ANR0588E
Import command: Server is down-level
compared to export data version version
number.
Explanation: An attempt is made to import data to a
down-level server. The server on which the import is
performed must be at the same or later level than the
server from which the data was exported.
System action: The import process ends and server
operation continues.
User response: Import to a server that is at the same
or later level than the server from which the export
was performed.
ANR0589E
Import command: Preview processing
terminated abnormally - server is
down-level.
Explanation: Processing for the command import
command in preview mode ends when it is determined
that the server is down-level compared to the export
data.
System action: Import processing ends and server
operation continues.
User response: Import to a server that is at the same
or later level than the server from which the export
was performed.
ANR0590E
Import command: Processing terminated
abnormally - server is down-level.
Explanation: Processing for the command import
command ends when it is determined that the server is
down-level compared to the export data.
System action: Import processing ends and server
operation continues.
User response: Import to a server that is at the same
or later level than the server from which the export
was performed.
ANR0592E
Export/import command: Invalid value for
table of contents parameter - parameter
value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the table of contents (TOC) parameter in command
export/import command is not a valid value for this
parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid TOC parameter.
ANR0593E
Export/import command: Invalid value for
NOSPAN parameter - parameter value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the NOSPAN parameter in command export/import
command is not a valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid NOSPAN parameter.
ANR0594E
device class: NOSPAN parameter can only
be used with a 3590 device class.
Explanation: The device class specified must be a 3590
device class when NOSPAN is set to True.
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System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
ANR0598W
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid NOSPAN/Device Class parameter.
ANR0595W
The server deleted object count objects
that were part of incomplete groups.
Explanation: After importing data that was exported
from another server, the server deletes any objects that
are part of incomplete groups. Incomplete groups may
be a result of importing from media written by an
export operation that failed. Incomplete groups may
also be a result of a failed import operation.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Ensure that the export and import
operations run to completion. If any errors are
observed, correct them and run again the export or
import or both, as needed.
ANR0596W
Space-managed object object name for
client node node name, filespace filespace
name already exists on the server - it will
be skipped.
Explanation: While attempting to import a
spaced-managed object, the server discovers that the
object already exists. The space-managed object is
skipped.
IMPORT: Space management attributes
not found for default management class
in domain domain name - space managed
files bound to management class
management class name in this domain
cannot be imported.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
finds that a management class bound to a
space-managed file being imported does not exist in
the active policy set for the domain to which the node
is assigned. When trying to rebind the space-managed
file to the default management class for the domain,
the server finds that the space-managed attributes are
not defined for the default management class.
System action: The file is not imported; import
processing continues.
User response: If you want to define the missing copy
group, an authorized administrator may cancel the
import operation, define the missing space
management attributes or management class for the
domain, and process the import operation again.
ANR0599E
Export/import command: Invalid volume
name volume name specified for device
class device class name.
System action: Server operation continues.
Explanation: One of the volume names specified in
the VOLUMENAMES parameter for an import or
export command is not a valid volume name for the
device class specified in the DEVCLASS parameter.
User response: None.
System action: The export or import command fails.
ANR0597W
User response: Specify volume names in the
VOLUMENAMES parameter that are valid for the
device class specified in the DEVCLASS parameter.
IMPORT: Space management attributes
in management class management class
name for domain domain name is not
defined - default management class will
be used.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
finds that the space management attributes for a
space-managed file being imported does not exist in
the active policy set for the domain to which the node
is assigned.
System action: The default management class for the
node's policy domain is bound to the space-managed
file and import processing continues.
User response: If you want to define the missing
management class, an authorized administrator may
cancel the import operation, define the missing space
management attributes or management class for the
domain, and process the import operation again.
ANR0600I
Export command: No matching policy
domains found for exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any policy domains that match the specification
entered in the export command.
System action: The export process continues and no
policy domains are exported from the server.
User response: None.
ANR0601I
Export command: No policy sets found in
policy domain domain name for
exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any policy sets defined in domains matching
domain name.
System action: The export process continues and no
policy sets are exported from the domain.
User response: None.
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ANR0602I
Export command: No management classes
were found in policy domain domain
name for exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any management classes defined in policy
domains matching domain name.
System action: The export process continues and no
management classes are exported from the domain.
User response: None.
ANR0603I
Export command: No copy groups were
found in policy domain domain name for
exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any copy groups defined in policy domains
matching domain name.
System action: The export process continues and no
copy groups are exported from the domain.
User response: None.
ANR0604I
Export command: No schedules were
found in policy domain domain name for
exporting.
ANR0607I
Export command: No administrator
definitions were found for exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any administrator definitions to export as specified
in the command export command.
System action: The export process continues.
User response: None.
ANR0608E
Command: Command failed - see
previous error messages or view the
activity log.
Explanation: The indicated import command has
failed. This message is always preceded by one or more
other error messages which provide more detail about
why the command failed.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Examine the previous error messages
to determine the source of the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages if needed. Correct the problem and try the
command again.
ANR0609I
Command started as process process ID.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any schedules defined for policy domains
matching domain name.
Explanation: A background process has been started
to service the command command. The background
process is defined as process process ID.
System action: The export process continues and no
schedules are exported for the domain.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0605I
Export command: No schedule
associations were found in policy
domain domain name for exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any schedule node associations defined for policy
domains matching domain name.
System action: The export process continues and no
schedule associations are exported for the domain.
User response: None.
ANR0606I
Export command: No node definitions
were found for exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any node definitions to export as specified in the
command export command.
System action: The export process continues.
User response: None.
User response: To query the progress of the
background process, use the QUERY PROCESS
command. To cancel the background process, use the
CANCEL PROCESS command. Use the process ID
number to specify this specific process.
ANR0610I
Command started by administrator name as
process process ID.
Explanation: A background process has started to
service the command command entered by administrator
administrator name. The background process is defined
as process process ID.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To query the progress of the
background process, use the QUERY PROCESS
command. To cancel the background process, use the
CANCEL PROCESS command. Use the process ID
number to specify this specific process.
ANR0611I
Command started by administrator name as
process process ID has ended.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command by administrator administrator name
has completed processing.
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System action: The specified process ends, and server
operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0612I
Import command: Reading EXPORT
SERVER data from server server name
exported export date export time.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is importing
information exported from server server name with the
EXPORT SERVER command on export date at export
time.
ANR0616I
Export/import command: Preview
processing completed successfully.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
in preview (Preview=Yes) mode has completed
successfully.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Statistics on the projected number
and type of objects moved, together with the projected
total number of bytes copied, are displayed on the
server console following this message.
User response: None.
System action: Import processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0613I
Import command: Reading EXPORT
POLICY data from server server name
exported export date export time.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is importing
information exported from server server name with the
EXPORT POLICY command on export date at export
time.
System action: Import processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0617I
Export/import command: Processing
completed with status status.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
has completed with status status. If the status is
INCOMPLETE, some files have been skipped due to
errors reading or writing the file.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Statistics on the number and type
of objects moved, together with the total number of
bytes copied, are displayed on the server console
following this message. A summary of the number of
files that were skipped is also displayed.
User response: None.
ANR0614I
Import command: Reading EXPORT
ADMIN data from server server name
exported export date export time.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is importing
information exported from server server name with the
EXPORT ADMIN command on export date at export
time.
System action: Import processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0615I
Import command: Reading EXPORT
NODE data from server server name
exported export date export time.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is importing
information exported from server server name with the
EXPORT NODE command on export date at export time.
System action: Import processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR0618I
Export/import command: Preview
processing canceled before completion.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
in preview (Preview=Yes) mode has been canceled with
the CANCEL PROCESS command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command ends. Statistics on the projected number and
type of objects moved, together with the projected total
number of bytes copied, are displayed on the server
console following this message.
User response: None.
ANR0619I
Command: Processing canceled before
completion.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command has been canceled with the
CANCEL PROCESS command.
System action: Processing for the command command
ends. Statistics on the number and type of objects
moved, together with the total number of bytes copied,
are displayed on the server console following this
message.
User response: None.
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ANR0620I
Export/import command: Copied number
domain(s).
ANR0624I
Export/import command: Copied number
schedules.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number policy domain definitions from the
server database to export media or from export media
into the server database. Data is not actually moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number schedule definitions from either the
server database to export media or from export media
into the server database. Data is not moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR0621I
Export/import command: Copied number
policy sets.
ANR0625I
Export/import command: Copied number
administrators.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number policy set definitions from the server
database to export media or from export media into the
server database. Data is not actually moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number administrator definitions from either the
server database to export media or from export media
into the server database. Data is not moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR0622I
Export/import command: Copied number
management classes.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number management class definitions from the
server database to export media or from export media
into the server database. Data is not moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
ANR0626I
Export/import command: Copied number
node definitions.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number client node definitions from the server
database to export media or from export media into the
server database. Data is not moved if Preview=Yes is
specified in the command export/import command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR0627I
ANR0623I
Export/import command: Copied number
copy groups.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number copy group definitions from either the
server database to export media or from export media
into the server database. Data is not moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
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Export/import command: Copied filespace
number file spaces archive number archive
files, backup number backup files, and
spacemg number space managed files.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies filespace number client file space definitions,
archive number archive file copies, backup number backup
file copies, and spacemg number space-managed files
from either the server database to export media or from
import media into the server database. Data is not
actually moved if Preview=Yes is specified in the
command export/import command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
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User response: None.
ANR0629I
Export/import command: Copied number
bytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number bytes of data from the server database
and data storage to the export media or from the
export media to the server database and data storage.
Data is not moved if Preview=Yes is specified in the
command export/import command. This figure can be
used during export preview processing to estimate the
number of removable media volumes needed to hold
the exported information from the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0630I
Export/import command: Copied number
kilobytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number kilobytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0631I
Export/import command: Copied number
megabytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number megabytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0632I
Export/import command: Copied number
gigabytes of data.
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0633I
Export/import command: Copied number
terabytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number terabytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0634I
Export/import command: Detected number
errors.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
detects number errors while copying information from
the server database and data storage to the export
media or from the export media to the server database
and data storage.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to view the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages.
ANR0635I
Export/import command: Processing node
node name in domain domain name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the client node definition
information for node node name. The node will be
imported to domain domain name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number gigabytes of data from the server
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ANR0636I
Import command: Processing file space
filespace name for node node name as file
space new filespace name.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is currently
processing the client file space definition information
for file space filespace name belonging to client node
node name. The file space is imported under the name
new filespace name. During import processing, file spaces
defined for clients are not replaced, and file copy
information in the file spaces are imported to new file
space names so that client file copies are not mixed
with existing definitions. Import processing can then
create file spaces with names generated by the import
processor for client nodes that existed prior to the
import operation.
User response: None.
ANR0640I
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the policy set definition
information for policy set set name belonging to policy
domain domain name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
ANR0641I
System action: Import processing for the command
continues.
User response: None; however, clients may want to
examine the contents of the file space with the name
new filespace name so that they know where certain file
copies are kept.
ANR0637I
Export/import command: Processing file
space filespace name for node node name
fsId filespace id.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing client node file space
information for file space filespace name belonging to
client node node name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
ANR0638I
Export/import command: Processing
administrator administrator name.
Export/import command: Processing policy
set set name in policy domain domain
name.
Export/import command: Processing
management class class name in domain
domain name, set set name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the management class definition
information for management class class name belonging
to policy set set name in policy domain domain name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
ANR0642I
Export/import command: Processing
backup copy group in domain domain
name, set set name, management class
class name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the backup copy group
definition information for management class class name
belonging to policy set set name in policy domain
domain name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the administrator definition
information for administrator administrator name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
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User response: None.
ANR0639I
Export/import command: Processing
domain domain name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the policy domain definition
information for domain domain name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
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User response: None.
Export/import command: Processing
archive copy group in domain domain
name, set set name, management class
class name.
Explanation: The background export process to
service the command export/import command is currently
processing the archive copy group definition
information for management class class name belonging
to policy set set name in policy domain domain name.
System action: Export processing for the command
continues.
User response: None.
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ANR0644I
Export command: Processing copy group
of unknown type in domain domain
name, set set name, management class
class name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export command is
currently processing copy group definition information
for management class class name belonging to policy set
set name in policy domain domain name. The type of
copy group being processed is unknown.
ANR0648I
Explanation: The export or import operation has
copied the number and types of objects displayed. This
message may be displayed in response to a QUERY
PROCESS command for an export or import operation.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0649I
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues. The import or export process
assumes that the copy group is a backup copy group.
User response: After policy definitions are imported,
use the QUERY MGMTCLASS and QUERY
COPYGROUP commands to query the server
definitions for management class class name to ensure
that the copy groups defined have the desired
attributes and types. Alternatively, the copy group can
be deleted and defined with the correct type, and then
the export command can be issued again.
ANR0645I
Export/import command: Processing
schedule schedule name in domain domain
name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing the schedule definition
information for schedule schedule name belonging to
policy domain domain name.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
ANR0646I
Export/import command: message
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
has received the message message from the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues, but errors may have been
encountered.
User response: Examine the documentation for the
message message and resolve the problem reported.
ANR0647I
Cancel in progress
Explanation: The export or import operation has been
canceled and will end when resources have been freed
for the background process. This message may be
displayed in response to a QUERY PROCESS command
for an export or import operation.
System action: Server operation continues.
Have copied the following:
Import command: Domain domain name
does not exist - the system will attempt
to import node node name to domain
STANDARD.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is currently
processing client node node name. This node was
assigned to domain domain name at the time of export.
However, domain domain name does not exist on the
server to which the import is being performed.
System action: Import processing continues, but node
node name will be assigned to domain STANDARD
during import unless one of the following conditions
exist:
v Preview=Yes
v Node node name is already registered and
Replacedefs=No
v Domain STANDARD does not exist
User response: If Preview=Yes, consider defining
domain domain name before nodes are actually
imported. Otherwise, domain domain name can be
created after the node is imported and the UPDATE
NODE command can be used to assign the node to
domain domain name.
ANR0650W
IMPORT: Archive copygroup copy group
name in management class management
class name for domain domain name is not
defined, default management class will
be used.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
finds that a management class or copy group bound to
an archive file being imported does not exist in the
active policy set for the domain to which the node is
assigned.
System action: The default management class for the
node's policy domain is bound to the archive file and
import processing continues.
User response: If you want to define the missing
management class, an authorized administrator may
cancel the import operation, define the missing
management class or copy group for the domain, and
process the import operation again.
User response: None.
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ANR0651W
IMPORT: Backup copygroup copy group
name in management class management
class name for domain domain name is not
defined, default management class will
be used.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
finds that a management class or copy group bound to
a backup file being imported does not exist in the
active policy set for the domain to which the node is
assigned.
System action: The default management class for the
node's policy domain is bound to the backup file copy
and import processing continues.
User response: If you want to define the missing
management class, an authorized administrator may
cancel the import operation, define the missing
management class or copy group for the domain, and
process the import operation again.
ANR0652W
IMPORT: Archive copygroup not found
for default management class in domain
domain name - archive files bound to
management class management class name
in this domain cannot be imported.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
finds that a management class or copy group bound to
an archive file being imported does not exist in the
active policy set for the domain to which the node is
assigned. When trying to rebind the archive file to the
default management class for the domain, the server
finds that an archive copy group is not defined for the
default management class.
System action: The file is not imported; import
processing continues.
User response: If you want to define the missing copy
group, an authorized administrator may cancel the
import operation, define the missing management class
or copy group for the domain, and process the import
operation again.
ANR0653W
IMPORT: Backup copygroup not found
for default management class in domain
domain name - backup files bound to
management class management class name
in this domain cannot be imported.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
finds that a management class or copy group bound to
a backup file being imported does not exist in the
active policy set for the domain to which the node is
assigned. When trying to rebind the backup file to the
default management class for the domain, the server
finds that a backup copy group is not defined for the
default management class.
System action: The file is not imported; import
processing continues.
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User response: If you want to define the missing copy
group, an authorized administrator may cancel the
import operation, define the missing management class
or copy group for the domain, and process the import
operation again.
ANR0654I
Restartable export command with export
identifier exportID started as process
process ID.
Explanation: A background process was started to
service the command command. The background
process is defined as process process ID.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To query the progress of the
background server-to-server export process, issue the
QUERY PROCESS or QUERY EXPORT command. To
suspend the process, issue the SUSPEND EXPORT
command. To cancel the background process, issue the
CANCEL PROCESS command. Use the process ID
number to specify this specific process.
ANR0655W
Command: Retrieve or restore failed - file
was deleted from data storage during
retrieval.
Explanation: The server ends a file retrieval operation
for the specified command because the file has been
deleted from data storage by another process before
retrieval is complete.
System action: The server ends the command and
continues operation.
User response: Contact your administrator to find out
if DELETE FILESPACE, DELETE VOLUME, or
inventory expiration processes are running; these
processes can delete data storage files during retrieval.
Reissue the command after these processes have been
completed or canceled.
ANR0656W
Export/import command: Skipped archive
number archive files, backup number
backup files, and spacemg number space
managed files.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
skipped archive number archive file copies, backup
number backup file copies, and spacemg number
space-managed files from either the server database to
export media or from import media into the server
database. Data is not actually moved if Preview=Yes is
specified in the command export/import command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: Check previous messages for the
names of the files that were not exported or imported,
and problem determination information.
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ANR0657W
Export command: Invalid authorization
rule type rule type encountered for file
space filespace name fsId filespace id in
node node name - both backup and
archive will be assumed during import.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
encounters an invalid file space authorization rule type
for the indicated file space and node.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: After import processing is completed,
ask the user of node node name to query the access rules
and ensure that they are specified as desired. The user
should correct any rules that grant access to objects that
the user does not want others to access.
ANR0658W
Export command: The password for
administrator administrator name could
not be obtained. The value 'password
value' will be assumed: The system
administrator may wish to change this
password after importing administrator
administrator name.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, the export processor cannot obtain the
password for administrator administrator name. The
value password value is assigned as the password for the
administrator on the export media.
ANR0660E
Command: Insufficient memory available
in accessing data storage.
Explanation: The server encounters a memory
shortage in accessing data storage during command
command operation.
System action: The command command operation ends
and server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0661E
Command: Internal error encountered in
accessing data storage.
Explanation: The server encounters an internal error
in accessing data storage while processing command
command operation.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If the failure can be
found and resolved, reissue the command command
operation. If the failure cannot be found, contact your
service representative for assistance in resolving the
problem.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
ANR0662E
User response: After the administrative definition has
been imported to another server, an authorized
administrator should use the UPDATE ADMIN
command to set a password for the administrator
administrator name.
Explanation: The command command operation ends
because an error has been encountered by the server in
writing to a device. Possible reasons include:
Command: Output error encountered in
accessing data storage.
v I/O error writing to a device
v No storage space.
ANR0659W
Export command: The password for node
node name could not be obtained. The
value 'password value' will be assumed:
The system administrator may wish to
change this password after importing
node node name.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, the export processor cannot obtain the
password for client node node name. The value password
value is assigned as the password for the client node on
the export media.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
User response: After the client node definition has
been imported to another server, an authorized
administrator should use the UPDATE NODE
command to set a password for the node node name.
v Incompatible storage pool data format.
System action: The command command operation ends
and server operation continues.
User response: Query the activity log to find messages
preceding this one to determine the cause of the error.
After the problem is corrected, the command can be
retried.
ANR0663E
Command: Data transfer was interrupted
in accessing data storage.
Explanation: The database transaction associated with
command command operation failed because data
transfer to or from data storage was interrupted by an
external event.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Examine the messages issued prior to
this message to determine why the data transfer was
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interrupted. Reissue the command command after the
problem is resolved.
ANR0664E
Export/import command: Media not
accessible in accessing data storage.
ANR0667W
Import command: Transaction failed - no
space available in storage pool pool name
and all successor pools.
Explanation: The server ends a transaction for an
export or import operation because storage volumes are
not available in the storage pools in which the client
files are to be stored.
Explanation: The server ends an import operation
because the storage pool specified in a management
class copy group does not contain enough free space to
hold the files being imported. Successor storage pools
to the one specified on the copy group do not contain
enough free space.
System action: The server ends the export or import
operation and server operation continues.
System action: The import operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: An authorized administrator can issue
the DEFINE VOLUME command to add storage to one
or more storage pools in the storage hierarchy. The
VARY ONLINE command can be used to vary offline
storage volumes online in the storage hierarchy to
make them available for file storage.
User response: An authorized administrator can issue
the DEFINE VOLUME command to add storage to one
or more storage pools in the storage hierarchy.
ANR0665W
Import command: Transaction failed storage pool pool name is not defined.
Explanation: The server rolls back a database update
transaction for an import operation because the
destination specified for a management class copy
group specifies the named storage pool, but that
storage pool does not exist.
System action: The import operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: An administrator with policy authority
over the client policy domain must correct management
class definitions so that copy group destinations refer
to defined storage pools, or the specified storage pool
must be created by an authorized administrator.
ANR0668W
Explanation: The server ends an export or import
operation for the specified session because an I/O error
has been encountered by the server in writing to a
device.
System action: The server ends the export or import
operation and server operation continues.
User response: Query the activity log to find messages
preceding this one that specify the device that is failing.
Storage pool volumes can be varied offline (by using
the VARY OFFLINE command), or the server may need
to be shut down by using the HALT command to
correct the hardware problem. After the problem is
corrected, the client may be able to try the operation
again.
ANR0669W
ANR0666W
Import command: Transaction failed object excluded by size in storage pool
pool name and all successor pools.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for an import operation because the size of
an imported file is larger than that allowed in the
storage pool specified in the bound management class
copy group for the file. No successor storage pools to
the one specified on the copy group can accept the
large file.
System action: The import operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: The maximum file size for one or more
of the storage pools in the storage hierarchy can be
increased to accommodate the file. An authorized
administrator can increase the MAXSIZE parameter by
issuing the UPDATE STGPOOL command.
Alternatively, the appropriate copygroup definition can
be updated so that a different destination storage pool
is specified.
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Export/import command: Transaction failed
- error on output storage device.
Export/import command: Transaction failed
- data transfer interrupted.
Explanation: The database transaction associated with
an export or import operation failed because data
transfer to or from data storage was interrupted by an
external event.
System action: The export or import operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Examine the messages issued prior to
this message to determine why the data transfer was
interrupted. Attempt the export/import operation again
after problem is resolved.
ANR0670W
Export/import command: Transaction failed
- storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: The server ends a transaction for an
export or import operation because storage volumes are
not available in the storage pools in which the client
files are to be stored.
System action: The server ends the export or import
operation and server operation continues.
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User response: An authorized administrator can issue
the DEFINE VOLUME command to add storage to one
or more storage pools in the storage hierarchy. The
VARY ONLINE command can be used to vary offline
storage volumes online in the storage hierarchy to
make them available for file storage.
ANR0671W
Export/import command: Transaction failed
- sufficient recovery log space is not
available.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for an export or import operation because
sufficient log space is not available on the server.
System action: The server ends the export or import
operation and server operation continues.
User response: To increase the amount of log space
that is available to the server, evaluate the directories
and file systems that are assigned to the
ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY, ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY,
and ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file. An out of log space condition might
occur because the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location is
full.
Alternatively, an out of log space condition might occur
if there are log files in the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY
location that are no longer active and cannot be
archived to the ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY locations. If
necessary, specify a larger directory for the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY or
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restart the server.
ANR0672W
Export/import command: Transaction failed
- sufficient database space is not
available.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for an export or import operation because
sufficient database space is not available on the server.
v Hardware or media failure has occurred
v Database corruption
System action: The server ends the export or import
operation and continues operation.
User response: Examine any prior error messages to
determine the source of the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages if needed. Correct the problem and try the
restore or retrieve again.
ANR0674W
Export command: Retrieve failed - error
on input storage device.
Explanation: The server ends an export operation for
the specified session because an I/O error has been
encountered by the server in reading from a device.
The object for which the I/O was issued is reported in
a later message.
System action: Export processing skips this file, and
continues operation.
User response: Query the activity log to find messages
preceding this one that specify the device that is failing.
Storage pool volumes can be varied offline (by using
the VARY OFFLINE command), or the server may need
to be shut down with the HALT command to correct
the hardware problem.
ANR0675E
EXPORT/IMPORT: Error starting the
Export/Import Session.
Explanation: The server export/import process is not
able to start the session to export information from the
server or import information into the server.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
System action: The server ends the export or import
operation and server operation continues.
ANR0678E
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command to add one or more directories to
the database.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters a communications error in using the verb
type verb to transfer information to or from the server.
ANR0673W
Export/import command: Data storage
retrieve or restore failed - error detected.
Explanation: The server ends an export or import
operation because an error has been encountered on the
server. Some common reasons for the error are:
v The input volume is unavailable
v The storage pool is unavailable
v Data is corrupted on the input volume
EXPORT/IMPORT: Communications
Failure in Sending "verb type" verb.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0679E
EXPORT/IMPORT: Communications
Failure in Receiving "verb type" verb.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters a communications error in using the verb
type verb to transfer information to or from the server.
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System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
ANR0686E
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0681E
EXPORT/IMPORT: Authentication
Failure.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an authentication error in transferring
information to or from the server.
Export/import command: Transaction
failure - could not start database
transaction.
Explanation: During processing of command
export/import command, a database transaction cannot be
started in the server database.
System action: Processing of the command terminates.
User response: Contact your service representative.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0682E
ANR0687E
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
EXPORT/IMPORT: Communications
Failure in Sending "verb type" verb
(command).
Export/import command: Transaction
failure - could not commit database
transaction.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters a communications error in using the verb
type verb to issue command command.
Explanation: During processing of command
export/import command, a database transaction cannot be
committed to the server database.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
System action: Processing of the command ends.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0683E
EXPORT/IMPORT: Receive Buffer
overflow.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an overflow error in transferring
information to or from the server.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0688E
Export/import command: Transaction
failure - commit called when no
transaction started.
User response: Contact your service representative.
Explanation: During processing of command
export/import command, a database transaction cannot be
started in the server database.
ANR0684E
System action: Processing of the command ends.
EXPORT/IMPORT: Communications
failure: bad verb received (verb type).
Explanation: The server encounters an invalid
communications verb during export or import
processing and is not able to continue processing.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0685E
EXPORT/IMPORT: Internal error:
Invalid table output handle detected.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0690E
Export/import command: Transaction
failure - server aborted the transaction
(abort code).
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an internal error in transferring information
to or from the server.
Explanation: During processing of command
export/import command, a database transaction cannot be
committed in the server database. The reason code abort
code is returned.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
System action: Processing of the command ends.
User response: Contact your service representative.
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User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
ANR0692E • ANR0700E
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0692E
Command: Out of space on sequential
media, scratch media could not be
mounted.
Explanation: During command command processing,
the process encounters an out-of-space condition
writing to the sequential media. Command command
ends when there is no more space on the sequential
media for storing data and SCRATCH=NO has been
specified on command command.
System action: Command command processing ends.
Server processing continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify
SCRATCH=YES or specify additional volume names on
the command.
ANR0694E
Import command: Invalid record format
(format code) detected on import.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid record type is detected when
reading the exported information from the export
media.
System action: Processing of the command ends.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0695E
Export command: Unexpected error error
code encountered in receiving table
output data.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an unexpected error is detected.
System action: Processing of the command ends.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0696E
Export command: Output table error
encountered - 0 columns reported in the
table.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an unexpected error is detected.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0697E
Export command: Output table error
encountered - not positioned to the first
column in the table.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an unexpected error is detected.
System action: Processing of the command ends.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0698E
Export/import command: Invalid value for
FILEDATA parameter - parameter value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the FILEDATA parameter in command export/import
command is not a valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid FILEDATA parameter.
ANR0699E
Export/import command: Device class
DISK cannot be specified for this
command.
Explanation: The DEVCLASS value DISK cannot be
specified for the command export/import command.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid device class. Issue the QUERY DEVCLASS
command for a list of valid device classes for the
server.
ANR0700E
Export/import command: Invalid value for
PREVIEW parameter - parameter value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the PREVIEW parameter in command export/import
command is not a valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid PREVIEW parameter.
System action: Processing of the command ends.
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ANR0701E
Export/import command: Invalid value for
SCRATCH parameter - parameter value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the SCRATCH parameter in command export/import
command is not a valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid SCRATCH parameter.
ANR0705E
Export command: The VOLUMENAMES
parameter must be specified when
SCRATCH=NO is specified.
Explanation: The SCRATCH parameter is specified as
NO for the command export command but the
VOLUMENAMES parameter is not specified. When
scratch volumes are not allowed, the VOLUMENAMES
parameter must be specified to indicate the volumes
that can be used for the command.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid VOLUMENAMES parameter.
ANR0706E
Export command: A device class must be
specified unless PREVIEW=YES is
specified.
Explanation: The DEVCLASS parameter is not
specified in the command export command. Unless
PREVIEW=YES is specified, a DEVCLASS value must
be specified.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid device class. Issue the QUERY DEVCLASS
command for a list of valid device classes for the
server.
ANR0707E
Export command: The FILESPACE
parameter cannot be specified.
Explanation: The FILESPACE parameter is specified
for the command export command, but the FILEDATA
parameter is specified as NONE, or is not specified and
defaults to NONE. File spaces are only copied if the
FILEDATA parameter is specified with a value other
than NONE.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid FILEDATA parameter.
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ANR0708E
Import command: The FILESPACE
parameter cannot be specified unless the
FILEDATA parameter specifies that files
should be imported.
Explanation: The FILESPACE parameter is specified
for the command import command, but the FILEDATA
parameter is specified as NONE, or is not specified and
defaults to NONE. File spaces are only copied if the
FILEDATA parameter is specified with a value other
than NONE.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid FILEDATA parameter.
ANR0709E
Command: No matching nodes registered
in the specified domains.
Explanation: The DOMAIN parameter has been
specified for this command, but no nodes matching the
node name specification are found in the domains
specified.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid combination of node and domain names. Use the
QUERY NODE command to view the names of nodes
in the domains that you are interested in exporting.
ANR0710E
Command: Unable to start background
process.
Explanation: The server command processor is not
able to start a background process to perform the
command command.
System action: The command process ends and server
operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0712E
Import command: Invalid value for
DATES parameter - parameter value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the DATES parameter in command import command is
not a valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid DATES parameter.
ANR0713E • ANR0721E
ANR0713E
Import command: Invalid value for
REPLACEDEFS parameter - parameter
value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the REPLACEDEFS parameter in command import
command is not a valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid REPLACEDEFS parameter.
ANR0715E
Import command: A device class must be
specified.
Explanation: The command import command has been
specified, but does not include specification of the
DEVCLASS parameter. The DEVCLASS parameter
must be specified for this command.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid device class. For a list of valid device classes for
the server, issue the QUERY DEVCLASS command.
ANR0716E
Import command: Invalid export data
detected.
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0718E
Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally communications send or receive failed.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command ends when an internal communications error
is encountered in the server.
System action: Export/import processing is ended
and server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0719E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally insufficient memory.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command in preview mode is ended because sufficient
memory is not available on the server.
System action: Export/import processing is ended
and server operation continues.
Explanation: The command import command
encounters invalid data on the export media while
trying to import server information.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
ANR0720E
User response: Ensure that the mounted export tapes
are in the correct order (mounted in the same order as
they were mounted during export). Reissue the
command, and mount the tapes in the correct order. If
the VOLUMENAMES parameter has been specified,
make sure that the volume names in the command are
specified in the correct order.
ANR0717E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally communications send or receive failed.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command in preview mode has been terminated when
an internal communications error is encountered in the
server.
System action: Export/import processing is ended
and server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
command: Processing terminated
abnormally - insufficient memory.
Explanation: Processing for the command ends
because sufficient memory is not available on the
server.
System action: Command processing is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0721E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally unexpected verb received from server.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command in preview mode ends when an internal
communications error is encountered in the server.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
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activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0722E
Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally - unexpected
verb received from server.
command in preview mode ends when an authentication
error is encountered in the server.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command ends when an internal communications error
is encountered in the server.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
ANR0726E
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0723E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally transaction failure.
Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally - authentication
failure.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command ends when an authentication error is
encountered in the server.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command in preview mode ends when a database
transaction error is encountered in the server.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
ANR0727E
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0724E
Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally - transaction
failure.
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally internal error.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command in preview mode ends when an internal error
is encountered in the server.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command ends when a database transaction error is
encountered in the server.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
ANR0728E
User response: Examine the source and target server
messages issued prior to this message to determine the
source of the error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG
command to view the activity log and search for
messages. If the error cannot be isolated and resolved,
contact your service representative.
ANR0725E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally authentication failure.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
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Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally - internal error.
Explanation: Processing for the command export/import
command ends when an internal error is encountered in
the server.
System action: Export/import processing ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
ANR0729E • ANR0736E
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0729E
Import command: Syntax error from
command 'server command'.
default or existing ARCHDELETE value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct ARCHDELETE
value is used for this node.
Import command: Invalid value for
BACKDELETE parameter in exported
data for node node name.
Explanation: During processing of the command
import command, an internal syntax error is encountered
in the server.
ANR0733E
System action: Import processing continues, but the
indicated command will have no effect.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
BACKDELETE parameter for node node name.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. After import
processing is complete, it may be necessary to issue
additional commands manually to obtain the necessary
definitions.
ANR0730E
Import command: Internal error from
command 'server command'.
Explanation: Processing for the command import
command ends when an internal command error is
encountered in the server.
System action: Import processing ends and server
operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0731E
Import command: Invalid value for
COMPRESSION parameter in exported
data for node node name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
COMPRESSION parameter for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing COMPRESSION value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct COMPRESSION
value is used for this node.
ANR0732E
Import command: Invalid value for
ARCHDELETE parameter in exported
data for node node name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ARCHDELETE parameter for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing BACKDELETE value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct BACKDELETE
value is used for this node.
ANR0734E
Import command: Invalid value for
COMPRESSION parameter in exported
data - node node name registered with
default COMPRESSION value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
COMPRESSION parameter for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default COMPRESSION value for this
node.
User response: Verify that the correct COMPRESSION
value has been used for this node. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0735E
Import command: Invalid value for
ARCHDELETE parameter in exported
data - node node name registered with
default ARCHDELETE value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ARCHDELETE parameter for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default ARCHDELETE value for this node.
User response: Verify that the correct ARCHDELETE
value has been used for this node. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0736E
Import command: Invalid value for
BACKDELETE parameter in exported
data - node node name registered with
default BACKDELETE value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
BACKDELETE parameter for node node name.
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class management class name - backup is
assumed.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default BACKDELETE value for this node.
User response: Verify that the correct BACKDELETE
value has been used for this node. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0737E
Import command: Invalid value for
COMPRESSION parameter in exported
data - existing COMPRESSION value
for node node name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the TYPE
parameter for copy group copy group, in policy domain
domain name, policy set policy set name, management
class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
Based upon other copy group parameters, a copy group
type of backup is assigned.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
COMPRESSION parameter for node node name.
User response: Verify that the assigned TYPE value of
backup for this copy group is correct.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing COMPRESSION value for this
node.
ANR0741E
User response: Verify that the correct COMPRESSION
value has been used for this node. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0738E
Import command: Invalid value for
ARCHDELETE parameter in exported
data - existing ARCHDELETE value for
node node name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ARCHDELETE parameter for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing ARCHDELETE value for this
node.
User response: Verify that the correct ARCHDELETE
value has been used for this node. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0739E
Import command: Invalid value for
BACKDELETE parameter in exported
data - existing BACKDELETE value for
node node name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
BACKDELETE parameter for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing BACKDELETE value for this
node.
User response: Verify that the correct BACKDELETE
value has been used for this node. Update this value, if
necessary.
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group copy group name in domain domain
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Import command: Invalid value for TYPE
parameter in exported data for copy
group copy group name in domain domain
name, set policy set name, management
class management class name - archive is
assumed.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the TYPE
parameter for copy group copy group, in policy domain
domain name, policy set policy set name, management
class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
Based upon other copy group parameters, a copy group
type of archive is assigned.
User response: Verify that the assigned TYPE value of
archive for this copy group is correct.
ANR0742E
Import command: Invalid value for TYPE
parameter in exported data for copy
group copy group name in domain domain
name, set policy set name, management
class management class name - this copy
group will not be imported.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the TYPE
parameter for copy group copy group, in policy domain
domain name, policy set policy set name, management
class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
However, this copy group is not imported because a
TYPE value cannot be assigned.
User response: Manually define this copy group, if
necessary.
ANR0743E
Import command: Invalid value for
MODE parameter in exported data for
archive copy group copy group name in
domain domain name, set policy set name,
management class management class name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
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MODE parameter for archive copy group copy group
name, in policy domain domain name, policy set policy set
name, management class management class name.
copy group name, in policy domain domain name, policy
set policy set name, management class management class
name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing MODE value is used.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing SERIALIZATION value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct MODE value is
used for this archive copy group.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct SERIALIZATION
value is used for this backup copy group.
ANR0744E
Import command: Invalid value for
MODE parameter in exported data for
backup copy group copy group name in
domain domain name, set policy set name,
management class management class name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MODE parameter for backup copy group copy group
name, in policy domain domain name, policy set policy set
name, management class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing MODE value is used.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct MODE value is
used for this backup copy group.
ANR0745E
Import command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter in exported
data for archive copy group copy group
name in domain domain name, set policy
set name, management class management
class name.
ANR0747E
Import command: Invalid value for
MODE parameter in exported data archive copy group copy group name in
domain domain name, set policy set name,
management class management class name
defined with default MODE value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MODE parameter for archive copy group copy group
name, in policy domain domain name, policy set policy set
name, management class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default MODE value for this archive copy
group.
User response: Verify that the correct MODE value
has been used for this copy group. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0748E
Import command: Invalid value for
MODE parameter in exported data backup copy group copy group name in
domain domain name, set policy set name,
management class management class name
defined with default MODE value.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SERIALIZATION parameter for archive copy group
copy group name, in policy domain domain name, policy
set policy set name, management class management class
name.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MODE parameter for backup copy group copy group
name, in policy domain domain name, policy set policy set
name, management class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing SERIALIZATION value is used.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default MODE value for this backup copy
group.
User response: None. If the data is imported with a
later command, verify that the correct SERIALIZATION
value is used for this archive copy group.
User response: Verify that the correct MODE value
has been used for this copy group. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0746E
Import command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter in exported
data for backup copy group copy group
name in domain domain name, set policy
set name, management class management
class name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SERIALIZATION parameter for backup copy group
ANR0749E
Import command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter in exported
data - archive copy group copy group
name in domain domain name, set policy
set name, management class management
class name defined with default
SERIALIZATION value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
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SERIALIZATION parameter for archive copy group
copy group name, in policy domain domain name, policy
set policy set name, management class management class
name.
class management class name was not
updated.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default SERIALIZATION value for this
archive copy group.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MODE parameter for backup copy group copy group
name, in policy domain domain name, policy set policy set
name, management class management class name.
User response: Verify that the correct
SERIALIZATION value has been used for this copy
group. Update this value, if necessary.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing MODE value for this backup copy
group.
ANR0750E
Import command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter in exported
data - backup copy group copy group
name in domain domain name, set policy
set name, management class management
class name defined with default
SERIALIZATION value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SERIALIZATION parameter for backup copy group
copy group name, in policy domain domain name, policy
set policy set name, management class management class
name.
User response: Verify that the correct MODE value
has been used for this copy group. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0753E
Import command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter in exported
data - existing SERIALIZATION value
for archive copy group copy group name
in domain domain name, set policy set
name, management class management class
name was not updated.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default SERIALIZATION value for this
backup copy group.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SERIALIZATION parameter for archive copy group
copy group name, in policy domain domain name, policy
set policy set name, management class management class
name.
User response: Verify that the correct
SERIALIZATION value has been used for this copy
group. Update this value, if necessary.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing SERIALIZATION value for this
archive copy group.
ANR0751E
Import command: Invalid value for
MODE parameter in exported data existing MODE value for archive copy
group copy group name in domain domain
name, set policy set name, management
class management class name was not
updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MODE parameter for archive copy group copy group
name, in policy domain domain name, policy set policy set
name, management class management class name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing MODE value for this archive copy
group.
User response: Verify that the correct MODE value
has been used for this copy group. Update this value, if
necessary.
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User response: Verify that the correct
SERIALIZATION value has been used for this copy
group. Update this value, if necessary.
ANR0754E
Import command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter in exported
data - existing SERIALIZATION value
for backup copy group copy group name
in domain domain name, set policy set
name, management class management class
name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SERIALIZATION parameter for backup copy group
copy group name, in policy domain domain name, policy
set policy set name, management class management class
name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing SERIALIZATION value for this
backup copy group.
User response: Verify that the correct
SERIALIZATION value has been used for this copy
group. Update this value, if necessary.
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ANR0755E
Import command: Invalid value for
ACTION parameter in exported data for
schedule schedule name in domain domain
name.
ACTION parameter for schedule schedule name in policy
domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default ACTION value for this schedule.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ACTION parameter for schedule schedule name in policy
domain domain name.
User response: Verify that the correct ACTION value
has been used for this schedule. Update this value, if
necessary.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing ACTION value is used.
ANR0759E
User response: If the data is imported with a later
command, verify that the correct ACTION value is
used for this schedule.
ANR0756E
Import command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter in
exported data for schedule schedule name
in domain domain name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter for schedule
schedule name in policy domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing values are used for DURATION,
DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
User response: If the data is imported with a later
command, verify that the correct values for
DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS are
used for this schedule.
ANR0757E
Import command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter in exported
data for schedule schedule name in
domain domain name.
Explanation: During preview processing of command
import command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for schedule schedule name in
policy domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues.
If a later command causes the data to be imported, the
default or existing DAYOFWEEK value is used.
User response: If the data is imported with a later
command, verify that the correct DAYOFWEEK value is
used for this schedule.
ANR0758E
Import command: Invalid value for
ACTION parameter in exported data schedule schedule name in domain domain
name defined with default ACTION
value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
Import command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter in
exported data - schedule schedule name in
domain domain name defined with
default values for DURATION,
DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter for schedule
schedule name in policy domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default values for DURATION,
DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
User response: Verify that the correct values have
been used for DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and
PERUNITS. Update these values, if necessary.
ANR0760E
Import command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter in exported
data - schedule schedule name in domain
domain name defined with default
DAYOFWEEK value.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for schedule schedule name in
policy domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the default DAYOFWEEK value for this
schedule.
User response: Verify that the correct DAYOFWEEK
value has been used for this schedule. Update this
value, if necessary.
ANR0761E
Import command: Invalid value for
ACTION parameter in exported data existing ACTION value for schedule
schedule name in domain domain name was
not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ACTION parameter for schedule schedule name in policy
domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing ACTION value for this schedule.
User response: Verify that the correct ACTION value
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has been used for this schedule. Update this value, if
necessary.
ANR0762E
Import command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter in
exported data - existing values for
DURATION, DURUNITS PERIOD, and
PERUNITS for schedule schedule name in
domain domain name were not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS or PERUNITS parameter for schedule
schedule name in policy domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing values for DURATION,
DURUNITS, PERIOD, and PERUNITS.
User response: Verify that the correct values have
been used for DURATION, DURUNITS, PERIOD, and
PERUNITS. Update these values, if necessary.
ANR0763E
Import command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter in exported
data - existing DAYOFWEEK value for
schedule schedule name in domain domain
name was not updated.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for schedule schedule name in
policy domain domain name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
by using the existing DAYOFWEEK value for this
schedule.
User response: Verify that the correct DAYOFWEEK
value has been used for this schedule. Update this
value, if necessary.
ANR0764E
Import command: Invalid lock status
detected while importing node node
name - this node will not be locked.
Explanation: During processing of command import
command, an invalid value is encountered for the lock
status for node node name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
but the node is not locked.
User response: An administrator with the proper
authorization must issue the LOCK NODE command, if
necessary.
ANR0765E
Import command: Invalid lock status
detected while importing administrator
administrator name - this administrator
will not be locked.
Explanation: During processing of command import
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command, an invalid value is encountered for the lock
status for administrator administrator name.
System action: Processing of the command continues,
but the administrator is not locked.
User response: An administrator with the proper
authorization must issue the LOCK ADMIN command,
if necessary.
ANR0766E
Export command: Invalid value for TYPE
parameter detected while exporting copy
group copy group name in domain domain
name, set policy set name, management
class management class name - system will
attempt to assign value during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the TYPE
parameter for copy group copy group name, in domain
domain name, policy set policy set name, management
class management class name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown TYPE value for
this copy group. If this data is imported, the system
attempts to assign a TYPE value based upon values for
other copy group parameters.
User response: Delete and define this copy group to
eliminate the invalid data, and then restart the export
command. Alternatively, use the export data with the
unknown value, and the system will attempt to assign
a TYPE during import processing.
ANR0767E
Export command: Invalid value for
MODE parameter detected while
exporting copy group copy group name in
domain domain name, set policy set name,
management class management class name
- default or existing value is used
during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
MODE parameter for copy group copy group name in
domain domain name, policy set policy set name,
management class management class name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown MODE value for
this copy group. If this data is imported, the default or
existing MODE value is used.
User response: Update the MODE value for this copy
group and restart the export command. Alternatively,
use the export data with the unknown value, and check
and update the MODE value after import processing
has been performed.
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ANR0768E
Export command: Invalid value for
SERIALIZATION parameter detected
while exporting copy group copy group
name in domain domain name, set policy
set name, management class management
class name - default or existing value is
used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
SERIALIZATION parameter for copy group copy group
name, in domain domain name, policy set policy set name,
management class management class name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown SERIALIZATION
value for this copy group. If this data is imported, the
default or existing SERIALIZATION value is used.
User response: Update the SERIALIZATION value for
this copy group and restart the export command.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the SERIALIZATION
value after import processing has been performed.
ANR0769E
Export command: Invalid value for
ACTION parameter detected while
exporting schedule schedule name in
domain domain name - default or existing
value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ACTION parameter for schedule schedule name in
domain domain name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data will contain an unknown ACTION value
for this schedule. If this data is imported, the default or
existing ACTION value is used.
User response: Update the ACTION value for this
schedule and restart the export command. Alternatively,
use the export data with the unknown value, and check
and update the ACTION value after import processing
has been performed.
ANR0770E
Export command: Invalid value for
DURUNITS parameter detected while
exporting schedule schedule name in
domain domain name - default or existing
value is used during import.
schedule and restart the export command. Alternatively,
use the export data with the unknown value, and check
and update the DURUNITS value after import
processing has been performed.
ANR0771E
Export command: Invalid value for
PERUNITS parameter detected while
exporting schedule schedule name in
domain domain name - default or existing
value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
PERUNITS parameter for schedule schedule name in
domain domain name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data will contain an unknown PERUNITS
value for this schedule. If this data is imported, the
default or existing PERUNITS value is used.
User response: Update the PERUNITS value for this
schedule and restart the export command. Alternatively,
use the export data with the unknown value, and check
and update the PERUNITS value after import
processing has been performed.
ANR0772E
Export command: Invalid value for
DAYOFWEEK parameter detected while
exporting schedule schedule name in
domain domain name - default or existing
value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DAYOFWEEK parameter for schedule schedule name in
domain domain name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown DAYOFWEEK
value for this schedule. If this data is imported, the
default or existing DAYOFWEEK value is used.
User response: Update the DAYOFWEEK value for
this schedule and restart the export command.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the DAYOFWEEK value
after import processing has been performed.
ANR0773E
Export command: Invalid lock status
detected while exporting administrator
administrator name - this administrator
will not be locked during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
DURUNITS parameter for schedule schedule name in
domain domain name.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the lock
status for administrator administrator name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown DURUNITS value
for this schedule. If this data is imported, the default or
existing DURUNITS value is used.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown lock status for this
administrator. If this data is imported, the
administrator will not be locked.
User response: Update the DURUNITS value for this
User response: An administrator with the proper
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authorization must issue the LOCK NODE or
UNLOCK NODE command to achieve the desired lock
status, and then restart the export command.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
status, and issue a LOCK ADMIN or UNLOCK
ADMIN command after import processing has been
performed.
ANR0774E
Export command: Invalid value for
COMPRESSION parameter detected
while exporting node node name - default
or existing value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
COMPRESSION parameter for node node name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown COMPRESSION
value for this node. If this data is imported, the default
or existing COMPRESSION value is used.
User response: Update the COMPRESSION parameter
for this node and restart the export command.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the COMPRESSION value
after import processing has been performed.
ANR0775E
Export command: Invalid lock status
detected while exporting node node name
- this node will not be locked during
import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the lock
status for node node name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown lock status for this
node. If this data is imported, the node will not be
locked.
User response: Lock or unlock the node to achieve the
desired lock status, and then restart the export
command. Alternatively, use the export data with the
unknown status, and lock or unlock the node after
import processing has been performed.
ANR0776E
Export command: Invalid value for
ARCHDELETE parameter detected
while exporting node node name - default
or existing value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
ARCHDELETE parameter for node node name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown ARCHDELETE
value for this node. If this data is imported, the default
or existing ARCHDELETE value is used.
User response: Update the ARCHDELETE parameter
for this node and restart the export command.
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Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the ARCHDELETE value
after import processing has been performed.
ANR0777E
Export command: Invalid value for
BACKDELETE parameter detected while
exporting node node - default or existing
value is used during import.
Explanation: During processing of command export
command, an invalid value is encountered for the
BACKDELETE parameter for node node name.
System action: Export processing continues, but the
exported data contains an unknown BACKDELETE
value for this node. If this data is imported, the default
or existing BACKDELETE value is used.
User response: Update the BACKDELETE parameter
for this node and restart the export command.
Alternatively, use the export data with the unknown
value, and check and update the BACKDELETE value
after import processing has been performed.
ANR0778E
Command: Error encountered in accessing
data storage - device class device class
name is not defined.
Explanation: During command command processing,
an error occurred because the specified device class is
not defined.
System action: The command command is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Make sure the specified device class is
defined.
ANR0779E
Command: Error encountered in accessing
data storage - disk volume specified.
Explanation: During command command processing,
an error occurred because a specified volume is a disk
volume rather than a tape volume.
System action: The command command is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Make sure that all volumes specified
for the command command are tape volumes.
ANR0780E
Export/import command: Process aborted a server communications session could
not be established.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an internal error in establishing an
intermemory communications session with other server
components.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
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operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
If the error is not resolved, contact your service
representative.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0781E
Export/import command: Process aborted server sign on failed.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an internal error in establishing an
intermemory communications session with other server
components.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0784E
Export/import command: Process aborted internal error detected with the
Export/Import level: level number.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an internal error in evaluating the
export/import level (SERVER, NODE, ADMIN,
POLICY).
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0785E
Import command: Invalid record type
xrecord type read from export data.
Explanation: The server export/import process
encounters an internal error in reading data from the
export media. An invalid record type of record type is
encountered during the read operation.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0786E
Import command: Invalid export version
version number in exported data.
Explanation: The server import process encounters an
internal error in reading data from the export media.
An invalid export version number (version number) is
encountered during the read operation.
ANR0787E
Import command: Import of file space
filespace name in node node name aborted
by server (abort reason).
Explanation: The server import process encounters an
internal error in importing file space filespace name for
client node node name. The reason code abort reason is
encountered.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0789E
Import command: Failure in normalizing
transaction identifier for sending to the
server.
Explanation: The server import process encounters an
internal database transaction error in importing
information into the server database.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0790E
Import command: Error in absorbing data
records.
Explanation: The server import process encounters an
internal error in importing information into the server
database.
System action: The export or import process ends and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
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ANR0792E
Import command: Invalid copy type
encountered in an imported file space
authorization rule for node node name,
file space filespace name - a type of
BACKUP will be assumed.
Explanation: During import processing for command
import command, an invalid copy type is encountered
for an authorization rule that grants access for file
space filespace name on node node name. Authorization
rules typically specify copy types of backup or archive,
depending on whether backup file access or archive file
access is granted by the file space owner to other users.
Because the imported information for the rule is
ambiguous, the server assumes that the rule is for
backup data.
ANR0795E
Explanation: The server encounters an error in
accessing data storage while processing command
command. The error occurred because an attempt has
been made to access a volume with an invalid name.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Issue the command with a valid
volume name.
ANR0796E
System action: The import process continues.
User response: The user for node node name should
query the access rules for the specified node name after
the import process has completed, and correct or delete
any access rules that are in error or not needed.
ANR0793E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally error accessing data storage.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in accessing data storage while executing an import or
export preview operation.
System action: The export or import operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If you find and
resolve the error, retry the export or import operation.
If you cannot find the error, contact your service
representative for assistance in resolving the problem.
ANR0794E
Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally - error accessing
data storage.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in accessing data storage while executing an import or
export operation.
System action: The export or import operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If the import or export
operation involves a session with another server, run
the QUERY ACTLOG command to examine messages
on the other server as well. Messages on the other
server can help you troubleshoot the error on the local
server. If you find and resolve the error, retry the
export or import operation. If you cannot find the error,
contact your service representative for assistance in
resolving the problem.
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Command: Error encountered in accessing
data storage - invalid volume name
specified.
Command: Error encountered in accessing
data storage - insufficient number of
mount points available for removable
media.
Explanation: During command command processing,
the server cannot allocate sufficient mount points.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
ANR0797E
Command: Error encountered in accessing
data storage - required volume was not
mounted.
Explanation: During command command processing, a
required volume cannot be mounted. The mount
request may have been canceled.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Issue the command again and make
sure the necessary volumes are accessible.
ANR0798E
Import command: Error encountered in
accessing data storage - volume cannot
be used.
Explanation: During import processing, a volume has
been mounted but cannot be used.
System action: The import operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Query the activity log for messages
preceding this one that give additional information.
Make sure a usable volume is specified and mounted.
ANR0799E
Command: Error encountered in accessing
data storage - volume already in use.
Explanation: During command command processing, a
volume cannot be used because it is already defined in
a storage pool, or has been previously used by an
export, database dump, or database backup operation
ANR0800I • ANR0805I
(as recorded in the volume history) or is in use by
another process.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Specify a volume that is not in use or
defined in a storage pool, and that has not been
previously used for an export, database dump, or
database backup operation as recorded in the server
volume history information. Use the QUERY VOLUME
command to display the names of volumes that are
defined to server storage pools. Use the QUERY
VOLHISTORY command to display the names of
volumes that have been used for export, database
dump, or database backup operations.
ANR0800I
Command command for node node name
started as process process ID.
Explanation: A file space deletion process has started
to delete one or more file spaces for the specified node.
The process is assigned the ID specified in the message.
System action: The server starts a background process
to perform the operation in response to the DELETE
FILESPACE command entered by an administrator.
User response: To obtain status on the file space
deletion process, issue the QUERY PROCESS command.
The process may be canceled with the CANCEL
PROCESS command.
ANR0801I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name for
node node name started as process process
ID.
Explanation: The specified client node has started a
file space deletion process (on the server) to delete one
or more file spaces. The process has been assigned the
ID specified in the message.
System action: The server starts a background process
to perform the operation in response to a request from
the client node.
User response: To obtain status on the file space
deletion process, issue the QUERY PROCESS command.
The process may be canceled by an authorized
administrator using the CANCEL PROCESS command.
ANR0802I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name
(backup/archive data) for node node name
started.
Explanation: A background server process has started
(on the server) to delete the specified file space
belonging to the node indicated. If a file space name is
not included in the message, all file spaces belonging to
the node are deleted.
User response: To obtain status on the file space
deletion process, issue the QUERY PROCESS command.
The process may be canceled by an authorized
administrator using the CANCEL PROCESS command.
ANR0803I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name
(backup data) for node node name
started.
Explanation: A background server process has started
(on the server) to delete backup objects in the specified
file space belonging to the node indicated. If a file
space name is not included in the message, then the
backup objects for all file spaces that belong to the
node are deleted.
System action: The background process deletes
backup objects for the specified file space while server
operation continues.
User response: To obtain status on the file space
deletion process, issue the QUERY PROCESS command.
The process may be canceled by an authorized
administrator using the CANCEL PROCESS command.
ANR0804I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name
(archive data) for node node name started.
Explanation: A background server process has started
(on the server) to delete archive objects in the specified
file space belonging to the node indicated. If a file
space name is not included in the message, then the
archive objects for all file spaces that belong to the
node are deleted.
System action: The background process deletes
archive objects for the specified file space while server
operation continues.
User response: To obtain status on the file space
deletion process, issue the QUERY PROCESS command.
The process may be canceled by an authorized
administrator using the CANCEL PROCESS command.
ANR0805I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name
canceled for node node name: number of
objects objects deleted.
Explanation: A background server process that has
been deleting file space data for the indicated node is
canceled by the CANCEL PROCESS command. The
number of objects deleted before the cancel ended the
operation are reported in the message.
System action: The server process is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: No action is required. An authorized
administrator can issue the DELETE FILESPACE
command to delete remaining objects in the file space.
System action: The background process deletes
backup and archive objects for the specified file space
while server operation continues.
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ANR0806I
The filespace name file space was deleted
for node node name: number of objects
objects were deleted.
activity log to determine the cause for the errors.
ANR0813I
Explanation: A server process deleted file space data
for the specified node. The total number of deleted
objects is reported in the message.
System action: The deletion process is complete, but
server operations continue.
User response: None.
ANR0811I
Inventory client file expiration started as
process process ID.
Inventory file expiration process process
ID canceled prior to completion:
processed number of nodes nodes,
examined number of objects objects,
deleting number of backup objects backup
objects, number of archive objects archive
objects, number of DB backup volumes DB
backup volumes, and number of recovery
plan files recovery plan files. retry count
objects were retried error count errors
were encountered and skipped count
objects were skipped.
Explanation: The server has started roll-off processing
to remove expired client backup and archive file copies,
based on the management class policy that is bound to
the files. The copy group retention and version
parameters for each file's copy group are used by the
server to determine if copies are to be deleted from the
server. The expiration process was started as process
number process ID, and may be queried or canceled
with the QUERY PROCESS or CANCEL PROCESS
commands, respectively.
Explanation: The inventory file expiration process was
canceled by an administrator. The number of objects
examined and deleted prior to the cancelation are
reported. A total error count and a skipped is also
displayed.
System action: The expiration process is now
cancellable. Server operation continues.
ANR0819I
User response: None.
ANR0812I
Inventory file expiration process process
ID completed: processed number of nodes
nodes, examined number of objects
objects, deleting number of backup objects
backup objects, number of archive objects
archive objects, number of DB backup
volumes DB backup volumes, and number
of recovery plan files recovery plan files.
retry count objects were retried error
count errors were encountered and
skipped count objects were skipped.
Explanation: Server expiration processing has
completed. The number of client objects examined and
deleted, based on management class policy, are
displayed in the message. A total error count is also
displayed. A count of objects skipped due to replication
being required is also included. The number of DB
backup volumes deleted is based on the value specified
on the SET DRMDBBACKUPEXPIREDAYS. The
number of recovery plan files deleted is based on the
value specified on the SET DRMRPFEXPIREDAYS.
Server expiration processing deletes the DB backup
volumes and recovery plan files only if DRM is
licensed on the server and the volumes or plan files are
created on the server to server virtual volumes.
System action: The roll-off process is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: If the error count is not equal to 0,
examine messages that may have been issued in the
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System action: The server ends the file expiration
process.
User response: None.
Cancel in progress
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
a QUERY PROCESS command, and indicates that an
inventory expiration process has been canceled. The
process will end shortly.
System action: The expiration process terminates and
server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR0820I
Sorting information for number objects
has been deleted.
Explanation: A background server process has deleted
sorting information for number files from the server
database. This process is started during initialization to
remove any sorting information which is left over from
previous export operations.
System action: The actual backup or archive objects
were not deleted, but only information used to sort
these objects during the previous export operation.
User response: None.
ANR0821E
Filespace identifier fsId is not valid.
Explanation: The identifier assigned for a filespace is
out of range.
System action: The file space is not added.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0822I • ANR0830W
ANR0822I
command: Filespace filespace name
(fsId=filespace id) successfully renamed
to new filespace name for node node name.
Explanation: The file space specified was renamed to
the new name specified for the node. This message is
displayed in response to successful completion of the
RENAME FILESPACE command.
System action: The system renames the file space for
the node as indicated
User response: None.
encountered when multiple file space deletion
processes are running at the same time. No action is
required unless the DELETE FILESPACE terminates
without completing the deletion process (see message
ANR0828).
ANR0827I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name will
be retried for node node name.
Explanation: A file space deletion process for the node
indicated is being retried because an error was
encountered.
System action: The server process is retried.
ANR0823E
command: Filespace filespace name cannot
be renamed to new filespace name, a
filespace with this name already exists
for node node name.
User response: None.
ANR0828W
Explanation: The file space name specified as a target
name for the command was found to already exist for
the node specified. The command fails.
System action: Server operation continues, the
command fails.
User response: Reissue the command with a different
target filespace name
ANR0824I
Delete Filespace filespace name
(space-managed data) for node node name
started.
Explanation: A background server process has started
(on the server) to delete space-managed objects in the
specified file space belonging to the node indicated. If a
file space name is not included in the message, then the
space-managed objects for all file spaces that belong to
the node are deleted.
System action: The background process deletes
space-managed objects for the specified file space while
server operation continues.
User response: To obtain status on the file space
deletion process, issue the QUERY PROCESS command.
The process may be canceled by an authorized
administrator using the CANCEL PROCESS command.
ANR0826I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name for
node node name encountered a
transaction failure.
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name for
node node name terminated before
completion due to transaction failure:
number of objects objects deleted.
Explanation: A background server process that has
been deleting file space data for the indicated node is
terminated prematurely because of transaction failure.
The number of objects deleted before the operation
ended are reported in the message.
System action: The server process is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: Termination of this process because of
transaction failure usually indicates that a database
deadlock was detected during file space deletion. These
deadlock conditions are sometimes encountered when
multiple file space deletion processes are running at the
same time. The command should be started again
when fewer file space deletion processes are active. An
authorized administrator can issue the DELETE
FILESPACE command to delete remaining files in the
file space(s).
ANR0829E
Command: Invalid combination of TYPE
and DATA parameters.
Explanation: The specified command has been issued
with an invalid combination of the TYPE and DATA
parameters. DATA=IMAGES can only be specified if
TYPE=ANY or TYPE=BACKUP.
System action: Server operation continues, but the
command is not processed.
Explanation: A background server process that has
been deleting file space data for the indicated node
encountered a transaction failure.
User response: Issue the command and specify a valid
combination of parameters.
System action: The server process is retried if the
maximum number of retry attempts have not been
exceeded.
ANR0830W
User response: Transaction failure usually indicates
that a database deadlock was detected during file space
deletion. These deadlock conditions are sometimes
Management class class name in domain
domain name used by node node name in
file space filespace name is no longer
active, or no longer has a BACKUP copy
group: DEFAULT management class
attributes will be used for expiration.
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Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server has found a client file copy whose management
class or backup copy group no longer exists.
System action: The server obtains the DEFAULT
management class for the specified domain and uses its
backup copy group version and retention parameters to
determine if file copies need to be expired.
User response: No action is required. A policy
administrator with authority over the specified domain
may use the DEFINE COPYGROUP, DEFINE
MGMTCLASS, and ACTIVATE POLICY commands to
define and activate a policy set that contains definitions
for the missing management class or copy group.
ANR0831W
The DEFAULT management class class
name in domain domain name does not
have a BACKUP copy group: GRACE
PERIOD will be used for expiration.
Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server found a client file copy whose management class
or backup copy group no longer exists. The DEFAULT
management class for the indicated policy domain does
not contain a backup copy group; therefore, the server
uses the GRACE PERIOD retention value defined for
the specified policy domain to determine if client file
copies need to be expired and removed from the server
database.
System action: The server obtains the GRACE
PERIOD retention values for the specified domain and
then determines if backup file copies need to be
expired.
User response: No action is required. A policy
administrator with authority over the specified domain
may use the DEFINE COPYGROUP, DEFINE
MGMTCLASS, and ACTIVATE POLICY commands to
define and activate a policy set that contains definitions
for the missing management class or backup copy
group.
ANR0832W
Management class class name in domain
domain name used by node node name in
filespace filespace name is no longer
active, or no longer has an ARCHIVE
copy group: DEFAULT management
class attributes will be used for
expiration.
Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server found a client file copy whose management class
or archive copy group no longer exists.
System action: The server obtains the DEFAULT
management class for the specified domain and uses its
archive copy group retention parameter to determine if
file copies need to be expired.
User response: No action is required. A policy
administrator with authority over the specified domain
may use the DEFINE COPYGROUP, DEFINE
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MGMTCLASS, and ACTIVATE POLICY commands to
define and activate a policy set that contains definitions
for the missing management class or copy group.
ANR0833W
The DEFAULT management class class
name in domain domain name does not
have an ARCHIVE copy group: GRACE
PERIOD will be used for expiration.
Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server found a client file copy whose management class
or archive copy group no longer exists. The DEFAULT
management class for the indicated policy domain does
not contain an archive copy group; therefore, the server
uses the GRACE PERIOD retention value defined for
the specified policy domain to determine if client file
copies need to be expired and removed from the server
database.
System action: The server obtains the GRACE
PERIOD retention values for the specified domain and
then determines if archive file copies need to be
expired.
User response: No action is required. A policy
administrator with authority over the specified domain
may use the DEFINE COPYGROUP, DEFINE
MGMTCLASS, and ACTIVATE POLICYSET commands
to define and activate a policy set that contains
definitions for the missing management class or backup
copy group.
ANR0834W
Inventory client file expiration cannot
start because of insufficient memory will retry in number of seconds seconds.
Explanation: The server inventory expiration process
is pausing to retry an operation that failed because
sufficient memory is not available on the server.
System action: Server operation continues; the
expiration process will be retried after the stated delay.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0835W
Management class class name in domain
domain name is no longer active, or no
longer has a BACKUP copy group, or no
longer has an ARCHIVE copy group.
DEFAULT management class used to
delete number of backup files backup files
and number of archive files archive files.
Retention grace period used to delete
number of backup files backup files and
number of archive files archive files.
Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server found a management class or backup copy
group or archive copy group that no longer exists.
When a management class or backup copy group no
longer exists, the number of backup client file copies
ANR0836W • ANR0850E
that have been deleted using the default management
class or the retention grace period is displayed in the
message. When a management class or archive copy
group no longer exists, the number of archive client
files that have been deleted using the default
management class or the retention grace period is
displayed in the message.
System action: The server obtains the DEFAULT
management class for the specified domain and uses its
backup copy group or archive copy group version and
retention parameters to determine if file copies need to
be expired. If, however, the needed backup copy group
or archive copy group does not exist in the DEFAULT
management class, the server will use the retention
grace period for the domain.
objects were skipped.
Explanation: An administrator or schedule issued the
command EXPIRE INVENTORY ... DURATION=xxx,
where xxx is the number of minutes for the expire
inventory process to run. That xxx number of minutes
has been reached, so the expire inventory process ends.
System action: The expire inventory process ends.
User response: None.
ANR0844E
Command: node name is not a
backup-archive node.
Explanation: The specified node name is not a
backup-archive node.
User response: No action is required. This message is
only issued when expiration processing has been
started with the QUIET option to suppress detailed
messages. Expiration processing can be started without
the QUIET option to see the detailed messages which
will indicate specific node and filespaces and will
further distinguish between backup and archive copy
groups. A policy administrator with authority over the
specified domain may use the DEFINE COPYGROUP,
DEFINE MGMTCLASS, and ACTIVATE POLICY
commands to define and activate a policy set that
contains definitions for the missing management class
or copy group.
System action: Processing fails for the command.
Server operation continues.
ANR0836W
System action: The expiration process continues.
No query restore processing session
session id for node node name and filespace
name failed to retrieve file high-level file
namelow-level file name - file being
skipped.
Explanation: The no query restore processing for the
session listed relating to the specified node name and
filespace failed to retrieve the specified file. An error
occurred while retrieving this file so it will be skipped.
System action: The no query restore operation
continues.
User response: Determine the cause of the file retrieve
failure and correct it. After this situation is correct, the
client can do a restore of the specific file that was
skipped.
ANR0837I
Inventory file expiration process process
ID was terminated after exceeding the
duration limit of duration minutes:
processed number of nodes nodes,
examined number of objects objects,
deleting number of backup objects backup
objects, number of archive objects archive
objects, number of DB backup volumes DB
backup volumes, and number of recovery
plan files recovery plan files. retry count
objects were retried error count errors
were encountered and skipped count
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
node name.
ANR0848W
Expiration failed to delete file type file
file name for node node name and
filespace filespace name - file will be
skipped.
Explanation: The expiration process was unable to
delete the indicated file. The file will be skipped by
expiration.
User response: Try expiration again to determine if
the cause of the deletion failure was an intermittent
problem or if it is a permanent problem. If after a
subsequent expiration attempt the file still is not
deleted, contact your service representative.
ANR0849E
Command: Not permitted for node Node
Name - node of type SERVER.
Explanation: The indicated DELETE FILESPACE
process is not started because the node specified is of
NODETYPE=SERVER. A DELETE FILESPACE may
only be processed for nodes of this type with the
TYPE=SERVER parameter specified.
System action: The DELETE FILESPACE command is
ended and server processing continues.
User response: If this filespace must be deleted,
Reissue the command with the TYPE parameter set to
TYPE=SERVER. Please use caution when using the
TYPE=SERVER parameter as this can impact the
availability of data for the server that owns these files.
ANR0850E
Command: Cannot Start process name
Process.
Explanation: The indicated DELETE FILESPACE
process cannot be started on the server.
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System action: The DELETE FILESPACE command is
ended and server processing continues.
System action: The server ends the file space deletion
process.
User response: This usually indicates that sufficient
server memory is not available on the server.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
See the documentation for the operating system about
how to increase memory for an application.
ANR0851E
Cannot start delete file space thread for
node node name.
Explanation: The indicated DELETE FILESPACE
process cannot be started on the server. Sufficient
memory on the server may not be available.
System action: The DELETE FILESPACE command is
ended and server processing continues.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR0852E
Command: No matching file spaces
found for node node name.
Explanation: The server did not find any file spaces
for the node indicated matching the names specified in
the command.
System action: The server ends the command.
User response: Enter the command with file space
names that refer to defined file spaces for the specified
node. Note that file space names are case sensitive.
Enter them by using exactly the same uppercase and
lowercase characters that match the file space name
defined on the server. Use the QUERY FILESPACE
command to determine which file spaces are defined
for a node on the server.
ANR0853E
Transaction failed in file space deletion,
DELETE FILESPACE process aborted.
ANR0855E
Server LOG space exhausted, DELETE
FILESPACE process aborted.
Explanation: Insufficient server log space has been
encountered during file space deletion processing.
System action: The server ends the file space deletion
process.
User response: To increase the amount of log space
that is available to the server, evaluate the directories
and file systems that are assigned to the
ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY, ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY,
and ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file. An out of log space condition might
occur because the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location is
full.
Alternatively, an out of log space condition might occur
if there are log files in the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY
location that are no longer active and cannot be
archived to the ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY locations. If
necessary, specify a larger directory for the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY or
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restart the server.
ANR0856E
Server database space exhausted,
DELETE FILESPACE process aborted.
Explanation: Insufficient server database space has
been encountered during file space deletion processing.
Explanation: A database transaction fails while the
server is deleting file space data.
System action: The server ends the file space deletion
process.
System action: The server ends the file space deletion
process.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command to add one or more directories to
the database.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0854E
Inventory file space query failure,
DELETE FILESPACE process aborted.
Explanation: The server encounters an error in
querying the inventory database during a file space
deletion process.
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ANR0859E
Data storage object erasure failure,
DELETE FILESPACE process aborted.
Explanation: The server encounters an error in
removing file copies from data storage during file space
deletion processing.
System action: The server ends the file space deletion
process.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
ANR0860E • ANR0866E
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0860E
Expiration process process ID terminated
due to internal error: examined number of
objects objects, deleting number of backup
objects backup objects, number of archive
objects archive objects, number of DB
backup volumes DB backup volumes, and
number of recovery plan files recovery plan
files. retry count objects were retried and
error count errors were encountered.
Explanation: The server encounters an internal error
during file expiration processing. The number of files
examined and deleted prior to the error are reported. A
total error count is also displayed.
System action: The server ends the expiration process.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0861E
Transaction failed in expiration,
inventory expiration aborted.
Explanation: The server encounters a database
transaction failure during policy roll-off processing.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0865E
Expiration processing failed - internal
server error.
Explanation: Server retry processing during policy
roll-off fails.
System action: The server ends policy roll-off
processing.
User response: Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command
to view the activity log and search for messages.
Examine the server messages issued prior to this
message to determine the source of the error.
The following issues can cause this message to occur:
v The server is out of database space. To increase the
amount of database space that is available to the
server, issue the EXTEND DBSPACE command to
add one or more directories to the database.
v The server is out of log space. To increase the
amount of log space that is available to the server,
evaluate the directories and file systems that are
assigned to the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY,
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY, and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file. An out of log space condition might
occur because the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location
is full. Alternatively, an out of log space condition
might occur if there are log files in the
ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location that are no longer
active and cannot be archived to the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY locations. If
necessary, specify a larger directory for the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY or
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restart the server.
v The server is low on memory. To increase the
amount of memory that is available to the server, see
the operating system documentation that describes
how to increase memory for an application.
If the error cannot be isolated and resolved, contact
your service representative.
ANR0866E
Expiration processing retries failed - no
success after maximum retries retries.
Explanation: Server policy roll-off processing ends
because retry processing has not been successful in
expiring client file copies from the server database.
System action: The server ends policy roll-off
processing and server operation continues.
User response: Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command
to view the activity log and search for messages.
Examine the server messages issued prior to this
message to determine the source of the error.
The following issues can cause this message to occur:
v The server is out of database space. To increase the
amount of database space that is available to the
server, issue the EXTEND DBSPACE command to
add one or more directories to the database.
v The server is out of log space. To increase the
amount of log space that is available to the server,
evaluate the directories and file systems that are
assigned to the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY,
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY, and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file. An out of log space condition might
occur because the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location
is full. Alternatively, an out of log space condition
might occur if there are log files in the
ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location that are no longer
active and cannot be archived to the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY locations. If
necessary, specify a larger directory for the
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ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY or
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restart the server.
v The server is low on memory. To increase the
amount of memory that is available to the server, see
the operating system documentation that describes
how to increase memory for an application.
If the error cannot be isolated and resolved, contact
your service representative.
ANR0867E
Unable to open policy domain for node
node name during server operation.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters an error while obtaining policy information
related to the specified node.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0868E
Cannot find management class name for
ID management class ID.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters an error while obtaining policy information.
ANR0870E
Cannot find node name for node node
ID.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters a database error in obtaining information
for a client node.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0871E
Cannot find file space name for node
node ID, file space file space ID.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters a database error in obtaining information
for a client node.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
ANR0872E
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters a database error in obtaining GRACE
PERIOD values for the specified policy domain.
ANR0869E
Cannot find policy domain for node
node ID.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters an error while obtaining policy information
related to the specified node.
Grace Period retention for domain
domain name could not be obtained.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
ANR0873E
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters a database error in obtaining copy group
information.
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Invalid copy type encountered in
expiring files: copytype ID
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
ANR0874E • ANR0884E
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0874E
Backup object object not found during
inventory processing.
Explanation: Inventory processing on the server
encounters a database error in obtaining backup
information in data storage.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing, or
client session(s) and server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0875E
Archive object object.ID not found
during expiration processing.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters a database error in obtaining archive
information in data storage.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0879E
Error opening inventory file space
query.
Explanation: Policy roll-off processing on the server
encounters a database error in accessing inventory
information.
System action: The server ends roll-off processing and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR0880E
Filespace command: No matching file
spaces.
Explanation: The server did not find any file space
names matching the specifications entered in the
filespace command.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY FILESPACE command
to determine which file spaces are defined on the
server. Note, that file space names are case sensitive.
Reissue the file space command and specify the proper
file space name (in proper case).
ANR0881E
Policy Error : the GRACE PERIOD
archive retention value could not be
obtained for domain domain ID during
client inventory processing.
Explanation: The server encounters an internal error
in accessing policy information.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0882E
Policy Error: Unable to open policy
domain for node node name during client
inventory query processing.
Explanation: The server encounters an internal error
in accessing policy information.
System action: The client operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0883E
Cannot obtain node name for node node
ID.
Explanation: The server encounters an internal error
in accessing client node information.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR0884E
Error code during deletion of sorting
information for number objects.
Explanation: A background server process
encountered an internal error after deleting sorting
information for number files from the server database.
This process is started during initialization to remove
any sorting information which is left over from
previous export operations.
System action: The backup or archive objects were not
deleted. Only the information used to sort these objects
during the previous export operation was deleted. The
background process was terminated before all sorting
information had been deleted. The system will not
perform further export processing of file data until this
problem has been resolved.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. Then restart the
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server. If the error cannot be isolated and resolved,
contact your service representative.
ANR0885I
Import command: Processing management
class management class name for domain
domain name and policy set policy set
name as management class new
management class name.
Explanation: The background import process to
service the command import command is currently
processing the policy information for management class
management class name in domain domain name and
policy set policy set name. The management class is
imported under the name new management class name.
During import processing, management classes defined
as either DEFAULT or GRACE_PERIOD must be
renamed so that the management class does not conflict
with existing server policy conventions. Import
processing is then able to import file data by using the
renamed management class.
User response: For programming support, contact
your service representative.
ANR0888E
SQL commands cannot be issued from
the server console.
Explanation: An SQL command was issued from the
server console. SQL commands cannot be issued from
the server console because they may require a long
time complete and the server console should be
available to control other server functions.
System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
User response: Issue the SQL command from an
administrative client.
ANR0889I
Deleted count statistics reports about
data deduplication for node node name.
System action: Import processing for the command
continues.
Explanation: The server processed DELETE
DEDUPSTATS for the specified node, with the total
number of deleted statistics reports about data
deduplication specified in this message.
User response: None. However, an administrator may
want to examine the policy definitions for new
management class name so they are aware of the
management classes that may be used if the policy set
containing this management class is activated.
System action: The deletion of data deduplication
statistics is complete for the node, and server
operations continue.
ANR0886E
Management class class name in domain
domain name used by node node name in
file space filespace name has no BACKUP
copy group with id copy group id;
Expiration will not be performed for
files from this node and filespace that
are bound to this management class and
copy group id.
Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server finds a client file copy with a management class
or a backup copy group that no longer exists.
System action: The server skips the files in error.
User response: For programming support, contact
your service representative.
ANR0887E
Management class class name in domain
domain name used by node node name in
file space filespace name has no archive
copy group with id copy group id. Server
operation will not be performed for files
from this node and filespace that are
bound to this management class and
copy group id.
Explanation: During policy roll-off processing, the
server finds a client file copy with a management class
or an archive copy group that no longer exists.
System action: The server skips the specified files.
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User response: None.
ANR0890I
Export/import command: Processing
optionset optionset name.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
is currently processing optionset definition information.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command continues.
User response: None.
ANR0891I
Export/import command: Copied number
optionset definitions.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number client optionset definitions from the
server database to export media or from export media
into the server database. Data is not moved if
Preview=Yes is specified in the command export/import
command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
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ANR0892I
Export command: No matching optionsets
found for exporting.
Explanation: The background export process does not
find any client optionsets for export command.
System action: The export process continues and no
option sets from the server.
User response: None.
ANR0893I
Are you sure that you want to accept the
current system date as valid ?
Explanation: This message is displayed when the
ACCEPT DATE command has been issued to confirm
that you want to accept the date on the system as
valid. Accepting an invalid date can cause any of the
following problems:
Premature deletion of data
Excessive retention of data
Scheduling problems
Event record problems
Password expiration problems.
System action: The command waits for you to
confirm the action.
User response: Specify Yes if you want to accept the
system date as valid, or No if you do not want to
execute the command.
ANR0894I
Current system has been accepted as
valid.
Explanation: This message is displayed when the
ACCEPT DATE command has been issued and the date
has been accepted as valid by the server.
System action: The current system date is accepted as
valid by the server. The server will begin processing
using the current system date.
User response: Issue the ENABLE SESSIONS ALL
command to allow client, server and administrative
sessions to start.
ANR0895E
Command: Cannot Start process name
Process.
Explanation: The indicated process cannot be started
on the server.
System action: The specified command is ended and
server processing continues.
User response: This usually indicates that sufficient
server memory is not available on the server.
See the documentation for the operating system about
how to increase memory for an application.
ANR0896I
Generated count statistics reports about
data deduplication for node node name in
pool pool name.
Explanation: The server processed GENERATE
DEDUPSTATS for the specified node and pool, with the
total number of generated statistics reports about data
deduplication specified in this message.
System action: The generation of data deduplication
statistics is complete for the node and pool specified in
the command, and server operations continue.
User response: None.
ANR0900I
Processing options file filespec.
Explanation: At server initialization, the server is
reading the server options file whose name is shown in
the message.
System action: The server reads and processes the
options in this file.
User response: None.
ANR0901W
Invalid option statement found in file
filespec.
Explanation: While processing the server options file
named, the server has encountered an invalid
statement. The invalid statement type is shown in the
message. The lines following this message provide
more information.
System action: The server ignores the statement in
error. Server initialization continues. The default value
is used for any missing or ignored options.
User response: Ignore the error, or use a text editor to
correct the error and restart the server.
ANR0902W
Unsupported keyword or invalid value
found in file filespec.
Explanation: While processing the server options file
named, the server has encountered an invalid keyword
or an invalid value on an option statement. The lines
following this message provide more information.
System action: The server ignores the option
statement in error. Server initialization continues. The
default value is used for any missing or ignored
options.
User response: Ignore the error, or use a text editor to
correct the error and restart the server.
ANR0905W
Options file filespec not found.
Explanation: At server initialization, the server is
unable to locate the server options file named.
System action: The server uses the default values for
all options. Server initialization continues.
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User response: If the default values are acceptable,
ignore the error. Otherwise, move a valid server
options file to the proper location, rename a valid
options file to the proper name, or use a text editor to
build the proper server options file, and then restart the
server.
ANR0914E
Diagnostic(ID): a request failed because
object (object name), size (size), exceeds
the maximum size of maximum size.
Explanation: The size of the specified object exceeds
the maximum size defined for that object. The server
cannot handle the new object.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Determine why the new object's length
exceeds the maximum specified for the object. Reduce
the length of the object.
ANR0915E
Unable to open language language name
for message formatting.
Explanation: The server is unable to open the
specified message repository.
ANR0918E
Inventory operation for node node name
terminated - lock conflict.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server needs to obtain a lock that is not available.
System action: The indicated operation ends.
User response: Restart the operation.
ANR0919E
Filespace name fsName with length
length was encountered for nodes node
list.
Explanation: The specified filespace name was found
for the nodes in the list. The name is not allowed. The
error may occur while processing an administrative
command or client request.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: If the error occurs during processing
for an administrative command such as EXPORT
NODE or RENAME FILESPACE, rename the filespace
for the nodes in the list using a valid name. If found
while processing a client request, contact your service
representative.
System action: Server initialization continues with the
default message repository.
ANR0920I
User response: Ensure that a valid language is
specified in the LANGUAGE option of the server
options file. If a change is made to the options file,
restart the server to activate changes.
Explanation: In response to a TRACE START
command, server trace records are being written to the
standard output destination (usually the server
console).
Tracing is now active to standard
output.
System action: None.
ANR0916I
Product Name distributed by Company is
now ready for use.
Explanation: The server has completed startup
processing and is now ready for use.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR0921I
Tracing is now active to file file spec.
Explanation: In response to a TRACE START
command, server trace records are being written to the
file named.
System action: None.
ANR0917W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) - in domain domain
name failed because of policy length.
Explanation: The client cannot handle very long
policies.
System action: The client operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Upgrade the client to the latest level,
or activate a policy set with fewer management classes.
User response: None.
ANR0922I
Trace ended.
Explanation: In response to a TRACE END command,
server trace records are no longer being written.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR0923E
Tracing is inactive.
Explanation: A TRACE END command has been
entered, but tracing is not active.
System action: The command is ignored.
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User response: If tracing is desired, use the TRACE
ENABLE and TRACE START commands to activate
server tracing.
ANR0924E
Tracing is already active to file file spec.
Explanation: A TRACE BEGIN command has been
entered, but tracing is already active to the file named.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: If the current trace output file is
acceptable, no action is required. Otherwise use the
TRACE END command to stop tracing and then reissue
the TRACE BEGIN command as desired.
ANR0925E
Tracing is already active to standard
output.
Explanation: A TRACE BEGIN command has been
entered, but tracing is already active to the standard
output destination (usually the server console).
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: If the current trace output destination
is acceptable, no action is required. Otherwise use the
TRACE END command to stop tracing and then reissue
the TRACE BEGIN command as desired.
ANR0936E
Session session ID for session name failed
sending verb verb name because client
not able to handle extended qualifier
attribute.
Explanation: A server was going to send the reported
verb for the indicated session but was not able to send
it. The verb could not be sent to the client because it
contains extended information about the low-level
qualifier. The extended low-level qualifier is used to
store names up to 512 bytes in length. The client that
this verb was supposed to be sent to does not support
the extented low-level qualifier information.
System action: The send of the verb to the reported
session fails and this server operation will fail and
report a communication error.
User response: The client session reported needs to
have the installed client upgraded to IBM Spectrum
Protect version 5.1.5 or higher in order to support the
extended low-level qualifier.
ANR0937I
Expiration process process ID is ending.
Explanation: A TRACE ENABLE command has been
entered which specifies an unknown trace class.
Explanation: The expiration process referenced is
ending either because it has been cancelled or because
it has completed the necessary actions. This message is
only issued in the case where expiration was processing
a long-running operation, such as deleting a group of
related files (for example, a backup group). This
message indicates the time when the long-running
operation ended.
System action: The command is ignored.
System action: None.
User response: Reissue the TRACE command with the
correct class.
User response: None.
ANR0927E
Unknown trace class keyword - class.
ANR0939E
ANR0928E
Unable to open trace file file spec for
appending.
Explanation: A TRACE BEGIN command specifies an
output file, but the server cannot write to that file.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: Check the file for proper access
permissions, or reissue the TRACE command
specifying a different output file.
ANR0929E
Insufficient memory to activate tracing.
Explanation: A TRACE BEGIN command has been
entered, but the server has insufficient memory
available to activate tracing.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: If tracing is required, make more
memory available to the server then restart the server.
Error error code occurred while locating
base object (baseId) for subfile (subfileId):
Node node name, File space filespace name,
Type file type, File name file name.
Explanation: Export processing did not find the base
object for the specified subfile. Export processing does
not continue.
System action: Export processing stops. Server
operation continues.
User response: Audit the database to correct the
entries.
ANR0940I
Cancel request accepted for process
process ID.
Explanation: A CANCEL PROCESS command has
been entered for the specified process. Some processes
will experience a delay before they terminate. This
delay may be lengthy for processes that involve remote
data movement.
System action: None.
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User response: None.
ANR0941I
Command: Cancel for process process ID
is already pending.
by an archive delete request, delete filespace or
expiration that began and completed between these
stages.
System action: System processing continues.
Explanation: A CANCEL PROCESS command has
been entered for the specified process, but a cancel is
already pending for that process.
User response: Check the client log for error and retry
messages. Reissue the archive request if the retry failed.
System action: The server ignores the command.
ANR0947E
User response: None.
Explanation: An error occurred while writing to the
specified trace file.
ANR0942E
Command: Process process ID cannot be
found.
Explanation: A CANCEL PROCESS command has
been entered for the specified process, but the process
is not active. Either the process has already ended or
the wrong process number has been entered.
Error writing to trace file file spec.
System action: Trace is disabled.
User response: Check the file for proper access
permissions, or for the out of space issue for the trace
file. Once this is corrected, reissue the TRACE BEGIN
command, specifying either the same or a different
output file.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: If the wrong process number has been
entered, reissue the command with the correct process
number.
ANR0943E
Command: Process process ID could not be
canceled.
Explanation: A CANCEL PROCESS command has
been entered for the specified process, but the process
specified is an automatic process, such as migration or
reclamation, that cannot be canceled.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: If the process is a REPLICATE NODE
process and is on the target server, it cannot be
canceled if the process is in progress and the source
server is available. The target server monitors
communications with the source server. If 5 minutes
have expired since the last communications, the target
server assumes that the source server is no longer
available, and the process is canceled. To view the
length of time during which the process has been idle,
issue the QUERY PROCESS command and specify the
process ID for the replication process.
ANR0944E
Command: No active processes found.
Explanation: A QUERY PROCESS command has been
entered, and no processes are active.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: None.
ANR0946E
Archive processing fails: Object objId not
found.
Explanation: Archive processing fails because the
specified object was not found. An archive request is
completed in stages. The object may have been deleted
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ANR0950I
Session Session number for node Node
name is using inline server data
deduplication or inline compression.
Explanation: Inline data deduplication or inline
compression was used for the specified node and
session.
System action: Data was deduplicated by the server
as it was written to the container storage pool.
User response: None.
ANR0951I
Session Session number for node Node
name processed files processed files by
using inline data deduplication or
compression, or both. The number of
original bytes was bytes processed. Inline
data deduplication reduced the data by
bytes reduced by dedup bytes and inline
compression reduced the data by bytes
reduced by compression bytes.
Explanation: Data deduplication or compression
processing, or both, is complete for the specified node.
System action: Statistics are displayed for the
specified node.
User response: None.
ANR0952W
The filespace Filespace name cannot be
included in the backup set because it
contains encrypted data.
Explanation: Data from the filespace cannot be
included in the backup set because the filespace
contains encrypted data.
System action: The filespace is skipped.
User response: None.
ANR0955I • ANR0967I
ANR0955I
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name for
node node name failed deletion because
of a restartable restore session.
Explanation: The reported node and filespace have a
restartable restore session active or restartable. A
filespace cannot be deleted while the restartable restore
session exists.
System action: The server process is retried if the
maximum number of retry attempts have not been
exceeded.
User response: Use the QUERY RESTORE command
to view active and restartable restores sessions for this
filespace. Either wait for the sessions to complete or
cancel the sessions with the CANCEL RESTORE
command, and reissue the DELETE FILESPACE
command. To view restartable restore sessions issue the
command QUERY RESTORE. Either:
v wait to reissue the DELETE FILESPACE command
after this restartable restore has completed
v cancel the restartable restore session with the
CANCEL RESTORE command
ANR0958I
CLEANUP BACKUPGROUPS evaluated
objectcount group objects, found
errorcount errors, and deleted deleted
group objects with completion state
state.
ANR0962I
Process process ID waiting for mount
points in device classes device class name
and device class name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for mount points that can be used for a
volume in the two device classes shown.
System action: The process waits for the mount
points.
User response: Respond to any mount requests.
ANR0963I
Process process ID waiting for mount of
input volume volume name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for the mount of the input volume
shown.
System action: The process waits for the mount.
User response: Respond to any mount requests.
ANR0964I
Process process ID waiting for mount of
output volume volume name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for the mount of the output volume
shown.
System action: The process waits for the mount.
Explanation: The CLEANUP BACKUPGROUPS utility
ended with the presented state.
User response: Respond to any mount requests.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR0965I
User response: None.
ANR0960I
Process process ID waiting for mount
point in device class device class name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for a mount point that can be used for a
volume in the device class shown.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for the mount of a scratch volume.
System action: The process waits for the mount.
User response: Respond to any mount requests.
ANR0966I
System action: The process waits for the mount point.
User response: Respond to any mount requests.
ANR0961I
Process process ID waiting for multiple
mount points in device class device class
name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for multiple mount points that can be
used for a volume in the device class shown.
System action: The process waits for the mount
points.
User response: Respond to any mount requests.
Process process ID waiting for mount of
scratch volume.
Process process ID waiting for access to
input volume volume name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for availability of the input volume
shown.
System action: The process waits for the volume to
become available.
User response: None.
ANR0967I
Process process ID waiting for access to
output volume volume name.
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has
begun to wait for availability of the output volume
shown.
System action: The process waits for the volume to
become available.
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User response: None.
ANR0981E
The server database must be restored
before the server can be started.
Explanation: This message is issued in one of two
cases: 1) The server has been restarted after an
incomplete RESTORE DB. In order to start the server,
you must restore the database to a consistent state
using the DSMSERV RESTORE DB command; 2)
During server operation, an error condition occurred
such that the IBM Spectrum Protect server cannot
continue. This message is issued, and the server halts.
Before you can start the server again, you need to use
the DSMSERV RESTORE DB command to restore the
database.
be specified once to start the server, and should NOT
be included in any automated programs that start the
server.
ANR0984I
Explanation: The process whose ID is shown has been
started for the process indicated by the process name
running in the indicated state.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR0985I
System action: Server initialization stops, or the server
stops.
User response: If there are other messages issued with
this error message which have instructions associated
with them, follow the instructions in those messages.
Then issue the DSMSERV RESTORE DB command.
After the DSMSERV RESTORE DB command completes
successfully, restart the IBM Spectrum Protect server.
ANR0982I
Session Session number for node Node
name is using server-side encryption.
Explanation: Server-side encryption was used for the
specified node and session.
System action: Data was encrypted by the server as it
was written to the container storage pool.
Process process ID for process name started
in the process state at process start time.
Process process ID for process name
running in the process state completed
with completion state completion state at
process start time.
Explanation: A completion state of FAILURE indicates
that the operation encountered an error condition or
terminated before completion. A completion state of
SUCCESS indicates that the operation ran to
completion, but in some situations may have
encountered and reported conditions that would affect
the outcome of the operation.
System action: None.
User response: If the completion state is FAILURE,
then review the activity log and the event log to try to
determine the cause of the failure. If the completion
state is SUCCESS, the activity log and the event log can
still be checked for warning messages regarding
conditions that could have affected the operation.
User response: None.
ANR0986I
ANR0983W
The server database was recorded by a
down-level version of the server
program. The UPGRADEDB parameter
is required to start the server and
automatically upgrade the database
contents to the current server version.
Please refer to installation instructions
for precautionary backup procedures
prior to doing this.
Explanation: At server startup, the server has
discovered that the database information was written
by an earlier version of the server program and is not
compatible with this version. To automatically upgrade
the server database to this version of the server
program, the UPGRADEDB parameter must be
specified when starting the server.
System action: The server ends.
User response: Refer to installation instructions for
specific information on precautionary measures that
you may want to take to back up the database prior to
upgrading it to the current server level. After you have
taken these measures, start the server and specify the
UPGRADEDB parameter. This parameter only needs to
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Process process ID for process name
running in the process state processed
items processed items for a total of bytes
processed bytes with a completion state
of completion state at process start time.
Explanation: A completion state of FAILURE indicates
that the operation encountered an error condition or
terminated before completion. A completion state of
SUCCESS indicates that the operation ran to
completion, but in some situations may have
encountered and reported conditions that would affect
the outcome of the operation. The total bytes that is
reported is the number of bytes of source data that was
processed in the transaction. It does not include any
meta data that might be in the output.
System action: None.
User response: If the completion state is FAILURE,
then review the activity log and the event log to try to
determine the cause of the failure. If the completion
state is SUCCESS, the activity log and the event log can
still be checked for warning messages regarding
conditions that could have affected the operation.
ANR0987I • ANR0996W
ANR0987I
Process process ID for process name
running in the process state processed
items processed items with a completion
state of completion state at process start
time.
Explanation: A completion state of FAILURE indicates
that the operation encountered an error condition or
terminated before completion. A completion state of
SUCCESS indicates that the operation ran to
completion, but in some situations may have
encountered and reported conditions that would affect
the outcome of the operation.
System action: None.
User response: If the completion state is FAILURE,
then review the activity log and the event log to try to
determine the cause of the failure. If the completion
state is SUCCESS, the activity log and the event log can
still be checked for warning messages regarding
conditions that could have affected the operation.
ANR0988I
Process process ID for process name
running in the process state processed
bytes processed bytes with a completion
state of completion state at process start
time.
Explanation: A completion state of FAILURE indicates
that the operation encountered an error condition or
terminated before completion. A completion state of
SUCCESS indicates that the operation ran to
completion, but in some situations may have
encountered and reported conditions that would affect
the outcome of the operation.
System action: None.
User response: If the completion state is FAILURE,
then review the activity log and the event log to try to
determine the cause of the failure. If the completion
state is SUCCESS, the activity log and the event log can
still be checked for warning messages regarding
conditions that could have affected the operation.
ANR0989E
The server database must be inserted or
restored before the server can be started.
Explanation: The server is restarted after the
LOADFORMAT command is run. To start the server,
you must upgrade the database by issuing DSMSERV
INSERTDB or else the database needs to be restored
using the DSMSERV RESTORE DB command.
ANR0990I
Server restart-recovery in progress.
Explanation: The server has been restarted after a halt
or system failure. If necessary, the server performs
recovery processing in order to bring the system back
to a consistent state.
System action: Server initialization continues.
User response: None.
ANR0991I
server shutdown complete.
Explanation: In response to a HALT command, the
server or storage agent has completed its termination
processing.
System action: The server or storage agent ends.
User response: None.
ANR0992I
Server's database formatting complete.
Explanation: The server formatting procedure has
completed successfully. The server is now available for
normal operation.
System action: Server completes formatting
processing.
User response: None.
ANR0993I
Server initialization complete.
Explanation: The server has been restarted after a halt
or system failure. It is now ready to resume normal
operation.
System action: Server completes initialization.
User response: None.
ANR0995W
This version of the server program is
down-level with respect to the
information recorded on disk; a newer
version of the program should be used.
Explanation: At server startup, the server has
discovered that the disk information was written by a
later version of the server program. This version of the
server program should not be used.
System action: The server ends.
User response: Start a version of the server program
that is at the same level as the prior server program
used.
System action: Server initialization stops.
User response: Issue the DSMSERV INSERTDB or
DSMSERV RESTORE DB command. Alternatively, the
server can be installed using the DSMSERV FORMAT
command in order to prepare it for regular use without
needing to upgrade an earlier version server with the
DSMSERV INSERTDB command or restoring the
database with the DSMSERV RESTORE DB command.
ANR0996W
The information on disk was recorded
by a down-level version of the server
program; reinstallation is required to
use this version.
Explanation: At server startup, the server has
discovered that the disk information was written by an
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earlier version of the server program and is not
compatible with this version.
ANR1003I
System action: The server ends.
User response: Install this version of the server to
bring the information up to the level of the program
being used.
ANR1000I
Migration process process ID started for
storage pool storage pool name
automatically or manually,
highMig=highMig value, lowMig=lowMig
value, duration=duration.
Explanation: Because the high migration threshold for
the storage pool shown has been exceeded, a process
has been started to migrate files from the storage pool.
Note: a duration value of No means that the duration
is not specified and hence the migration runs without
duration.
Migration retry delay ended; checking
migration status for storage pool storage
pool name.
Explanation: Because migration for the indicated
storage pool had been delayed due to a problem, the
system waited before retrying. The retry wait period
has ended, and the system will now retry migration.
System action: Migration processing for the storage
pool resumes.
User response: None.
ANR1004I
Server formatting complete, database
ready for loading.
Explanation: The server formatting procedure has
completed successfully. The server is ready to be
loaded by issuing the DSMSERV LOADDB or the
DSMSERV RESTORE DB command.
System action: Data is moved from this storage pool
to the next (target) pool.
System action: Server completes formatting
processing.
User response: None.
User response: The DSMSERV LOADDB or the
DSMSERV RESTORE DB command is required to load
the database before the server will be ready for use.
ANR1001I
Migration process process ID ended for
storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: A migration process for the named
storage pool ends. This action can occur because the
low migration threshold for the storage pool has been
reached, there are no more nodes with files to be
migrated, there are no more volumes to be migrated, or
the duration specified has been reached.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1002I
Migration for storage pool storage pool
name will be retried in number of seconds
seconds.
ANR1013I
During a store operation, the server is
switching to a next pool in the storage
hierarchy. The next storage pool will
inherit the simultaneous write
configuration from the destination
primary storage pool.
Explanation: If during a backup, archive, client
migration, or server import operation, the server must
write data to a next pool in a storage pool hierarchy,
the following rules will apply:
1. If the destination storage pool specified in the
management class copy group has one or more
copy storage pools associated with it for
simultaneous write operations:
Explanation: Because of a problem encountered
attempting migration for the named storage pool,
migration is delayed but will be retried after the time
period shown.
a. The server will write the data to the next storage
pool and to the copy pools that are associated
with the original destination primary storage
pool.
System action: The server waits for the specified
period and then retries migration for the storage pool.
This delay applies to a single migration process. After a
number of unsuccessful retries, the server will
automatically cancel the process. If other migration
processes are executing for the named storage pool,
these processes will continue migration.
b. The setting of the COPYCONTINUE attribute of
the original destination primary pool will be
inherited by the next pool.
User response: If possible, correct the condition that
has caused delayed migration.
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c. If the next pool is configured for simultaneous
write operations, the copy storage pools
associated with the next pool will be ignored as
well as the value of its COPYCONTINUE
attribute.
2. If the primary storage pool specified in the
management class copy group does not have copy
pools associated with it for simultaneous write
operations:
ANR1014W • ANR1020W
a. The server will write the data to the next storage
pool.
User response: None
b. If the next pool is configured for simultaneous
write operations, the copy pools associated with
the next pool will be ignored.
ANR1016W
System action: The server operation continues.
User response: None. Refer to IBM Knowledge Center
for details about simultaneous write configurations.
Fibre Channel adapters on the system
cannot be opened.
Explanation: Due to problems with the HBAAPI or
Fibre Channel HBA driver, the HBAAPI function
cannot open any Fibre Channel host bus adapters
(HBAs) on the system.
System action: None.
ANR1014W
The pool type storage pool pool name is
either not available, or does not have
enough space for a simultaneous write
operation.
Explanation: During a backup, archive, client
migration, or import operation that is using
simultaneous write, the server cannot write data to the
specified storage pool. Possible reasons include:
User response: The IBM Spectrum Protect SAN
discovery function is not working. Check your Fibre
Channel host bus adapter (HBA) vendor and upgrade
your HBAAPI or Fibre Channel HBA driver version.
For a list of supported HBAs and required driver levels
by operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
v The storage pool is unavailable.
v There is not enough space available in the specified
storage pool.
System action: The result of the simultaneous write
operation depends on the setting of the
COPYCONTINUE attribute of the original destination
primary pool destination:
ANR1018I
Volume deduplication process process ID
started for storage pool storage pool name,
identify processes=number of identify
processes.
Explanation: A volume deduplication process was
started for the storage pool shown.
v If the value of the COPYCONTINUE attribute of the
destination primary pool is YES, the server will stop
writing to the failing copy pool for the remainder of
the session, but continue storing files into a primary
pool in the storage hierarchy and any other
remaining copy pools.
System action: None.
v If the value of the COPYCONTINUE attribute of the
destination primary pool is NO, the server will fail
the transaction and discontinue the operation.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function cannot obtain the
node's attributes. Removing devices from the SAN
without reconfiguring the system can cause this
problem.
User response: Ensure the copy storage pool is set for
READWRITE access. If needed, make more space
available in the copy storage pool. After the problem is
corrected, take one of the following actions:
v If the value of the COPYCONTINUE attribute of the
destination primary pool is YES, issue the BACKUP
STGPOOL commands to back up any files in
primary storage pools in the storage pool hierarchy
that have not been copied to the copy pool that
failed.
v If the value of the COPYCONTINUE attribute of the
destination primary pool is NO, run the
simultaneous write operation again.
ANR1015I
Storage pool pool name has pending bytes
duplicate bytes pending removal.
Explanation: The number of bytes indicated have been
identified as duplicate bytes in the storage pool, but the
volumes on which the data resides have not yet been
reclaimed.
User response: None.
ANR1019W
Unable to get the node attributes for
node name.
System action: None.
User response: SAN discovery is not working for this
device. Check the device configuration on the system.
ANR1020W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name process canceled.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, a process performing the migration has
been canceled.
System action: The migration process is terminated. If
other migration processes are executing for the named
storage pool, these processes will continue migration.
User response: None.
System action: None
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ANR1021W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, a required volume could not be mounted.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: One possible cause for this failure is
that the access state for the target volume or storage
pool for this operation is not set to READWRITE.
Check the access state for the requested output volume
and storage pool and ensure they are set to
ACCESS=READWRITE.
ANR1022W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name excessive read errors encountered.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, read errors occur that prevented the
migration from continuing.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
read errors.
ANR1023W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name excessive write errors encountered.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, write errors occur that prevent the
migration from continuing.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
write errors.
ANR1024W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name - data
transfer interrupted.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, a data transfer operation was interrupted
and could not be continued.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
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tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
interruption.
ANR1025W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name insufficient space in subordinate storage
pool.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server cannot move the data from the
storage pool, because there is not enough space on the
next storage pool to hold it.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again.
User response: Make more space available in the next
storage pool, or use the UPDATE STGPOOL command
to change the next storage pool to one with more space.
ANR1026W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name unable to move file to subordinate
storage pool due to exclusion by size.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server cannot move the data from the
storage pool, because a file is larger than what is
allowed on the next storage pool.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: Use the UPDATE STGPOOL command
to change the next storage pool maximum file size or to
change the next storage pool target.
ANR1027W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name sufficient recovery log space is not
available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server runs out of recovery log space.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again.
User response: If necessary, make more server
recovery log space available.
ANR1028W • ANR1040I
ANR1028W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name sufficient database space is not
available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server runs out of database space.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again.
User response: If necessary, make more server
database space available.
ANR1029W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name - lock
conflict.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server needs to obtain a lock that is
not available.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: Wait for the server to retry the
migration.
ANR1030W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name - thread
resource not available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server cannot start a thread for the
migration process.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: Wait for the server to retry the
migration. If the error persists, it may indicate a
shortage of server memory.
ANR1031W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name sufficient memory is not available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, there is not enough server memory
available.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server.
ANR1032W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name internal server error detected.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server encounters an internal error.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1033W
Migration process process ID terminated
for storage pool storage pool name transaction aborted.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool, the server detected an error while
attempting to commit a transaction. This message
should be preceded by other messages that give
additional information about the failed transaction.
System action: The indicated migration process ends.
The server waits for the retry period to expire and then
tries the migration again. If other migration processes
are executing for the named storage pool, these
processes will continue migration.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1034W
Files stored on volume volume name
cannot be migrated - volume is offline
or access mode is "unavailable" or
"destroyed".
Explanation: During migration, files on the indicated
volume cannot be migrated either because the volume
has been varied offline or because of the volume's
access mode.
System action: The server continues migration
processing, but skips files stored on the indicated
volume.
User response: If necessary, use the VARY ON or
UPDATE VOLUME command for this volume.
ANR1040I
Space reclamation started for volume
volume name, storage pool storage pool
name (process number process ID).
Explanation: The percentage of reclaimable space on
the volume shown has reached the reclaim percentage
specified for the storage group; as a result, data from
the volume is moved to another volume so that the
volume can be reclaimed.
System action: The server starts volume space
reclamation.
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User response: None.
volume because a file is larger than allowed for the
indicated storage pool.
ANR1041I
System action: Reclamation of the volume stops. If
other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
Space reclamation ended for volume
volume name.
Explanation: Space reclamation for the volume named
is complete.
User response: None.
User response: Use the UPDATE STGPOOL command
to change the value of the MAXSIZE parameter for the
storage pool. Specify the value as NOLIMIT, or specify
a value larger than the largest file to be reclaimed.
ANR1042I
ANR1046E
System action: None.
Space reclamation for storage pool
storage pool name will be retried in
number of seconds seconds.
Explanation: Because of a problem encountered
attempting space reclamation for the named storage
pool, reclamation stops but will be retried after the
time period shown. After a number of unsuccessful
retries, the process will be automatically cancelled.
System action: The system waits for the specified
period and then retries space reclamation for the
storage pool.
User response: If possible, correct the condition that
has stopped reclamation.
ANR1043I
Space reclamation retry delay ended;
checking volume reclamation status for
storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: Because space reclamation for the
indicated storage pool had been stopped due to a
problem, the system waited before retrying. The retry
wait period has ended, and the system can now retry
space reclamation.
System action: Reclamation for the pool begins.
User response: None.
ANR1044I
Removable volume volume name is
required for space reclamation.
command: Database upgrade not
currently supported for this server
because it uses backup sets.
Explanation: The current version of the IBM Spectrum
Protect 6.1 server does not support backup sets.
However, the server being upgraded uses backup sets,
and so cannot be upgraded at this time. Note that this
is a temporary limitation that will be lifted in a future
IBM Spectrum Protect 6.1 Server Fix Pack.
System action: The command ends without inserting
any data into the database.
User response: Rerun the command using a version of
the IBM Spectrum Protect 6.1 server that supports
backup sets.
ANR1047E
command: Database upgrade not
currently supported for this server
because it uses NAS backups with
TOCs.
Explanation: The current version of the IBM Spectrum
Protect 6.1 server does not support NAS backups that
use a table of contents (TOC). However, the server
being upgraded uses TOCs, and so cannot be upgraded
at this time. Note that this is a temporary limitation
that will be lifted in a future IBM Spectrum Protect 6.1
Server Fix Pack.
System action: The command ends without inserting
any data into the database.
Explanation: During space reclamation processing, the
server determines that a removable volume is required
in order to complete processing.
User response: Rerun the command using a version of
the IBM Spectrum Protect 6.1 server that supports NAS
backups with TOCs.
System action: The server attempts to mount the
removable volume.
ANR1048E
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1045E
Reclamation has ended for volume
volume name. The files on the volume are
too large for the target storage pool,
storage pool name.
Explanation: During reclamation for the indicated
volume, the server cannot move the data from the
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command: Protocol error out-of-sequence verb (type verb name)
received.
Explanation: The server detects a protocol error while
upgrading the database because a verb has been
received that does not adhere to the defined verb
sequence. This error may be the result of using a
version of the DSMUPGRD utility that is not
compatible with the IBM Spectrum Protect 6.1 version
to which you are upgrading.
System action: The command ends without inserting
any data into the database.
ANR1049W • ANR1059I
User response: Rerun the command using a version of
the server compatible with the version of DSMUPGRD
used to extract the data. Or reextract the data using an
older version of DSMUPGRD that is compatible with
the version of the server.
ANR1049W
The server is unable to obtain
number-formatting information from the
system-locale attributes. The server
substitutes alternate number format
nmbrFmt.
Explanation: The server is unable to format some
numbers because it is unable to obtain a valid thousand
and decimal separator value from the system locale.
System action: The server continues. An alternate
number format is used. Numbers are displayed using a
comma character as the thousand separator and a
period character as the decimal separator.
User response: Check whether errors occurred during
server initialization that might indicatea problem
initializing the locale . Check whether the server is
running in a locale supported by the server. If it is not,
restart the server in a supported locale.
ANR1056E
Explanation: The command failed because of an
invalid combination of arguments.
System action: The command fails and server
operations continue.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid set
of parameters.
ANR1057E
Command: Invalid process number processIdvalue
Explanation: A QUERY EXPORT command was
issued that specifies an invalid process number.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
process number.
ANR1054E
Command: Invalid export operation state
- export state
Explanation: A QUERY EXPORT command was
issued that specifies an invalid export state.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
export operation state.
ANR1055E
Command: Invalid export session
identifier name - export sess name.
Explanation: The issued command specifies an invalid
export session identifier.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
command name: The PROCESS parameter
is not valid when the STATE parameter
is specified with a value of
INITIALIZING or SUSPENDED
Explanation: The command failed because of an
invalid combination of arguments.
System action: The command fails and server
operations continue.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid set
of parameters.
ANR1058E
ANR1053E
command name: The PROCESS parameter
is not valid if an export identifier is
specified.
command name: TODATE must be
specified when TOTIME is specified.
Explanation: A command supporting the TODATE
and TOTIME parameters was issued with the TOTIME
parameter specified but without the TODATE
parameter. When the TOTIME parameter is used, the
TODATE parameter must be specified.
System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
User response: Reissue the command and specify both
the TODATE and TOTIME parameters.
ANR1059I
Selective restore of NAS node nodename,
file system file system, started as process
process ID by administrator administrator.
Specified files and/or directory trees
will be restored to destination
destination.
Explanation: A restore is started for the indicated file
system of a NAS node. The operation is initiated by the
administrator shown. Selected files and/or directory
trees specified by the administrator will be restored to
the indicated destination.
System action: The indicated process is started.
User response: None.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
export session identifier.
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ANR1060W
Error initiating space reclamation for
storage pool storage pool name - lock
conflict.
Explanation: While attempting to initiate space
reclamation for the indicated storage pool, the server
needs to obtain a lock that is not available.
processed. The operation is initiated by the
administrator shown.
System action: The indicated process is started.
User response: None.
ANR1065I
System action: Space reclamation stops. The server
waits for the retry period to expire and then tries the
reclamation again.
User response: Wait for the server to retry the
reclamation.
ANR1061W
Error initiating space reclamation for
storage pool storage pool name - sufficient
memory is not available.
Explanation: During an attempt to initiate space
reclamation for the indicated storage pool, there is not
enough server memory available.
System action: Space reclamation stops. The server
waits for the retry period to expire and then tries the
reclamation again.
Explanation: A restore is started for the indicated file
system of a NAS node. The operation is initiated by the
administrator shown. The restore will be performed
using a full image of this file system. The file system
will be restored to the indicated destination.
System action: The indicated process is started.
User response: None.
ANR1066I
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server.
ANR1062W
Error initiating space reclamation for
storage pool storage pool name - internal
server error detected.
Explanation: During an attempt to initiate space
reclamation for the indicated storage pool, an internal
server error is encountered.
System action: Space reclamation stops. The server
will wait for the retry period to expire and then tries
the reclamation again.
User response: Contact your service representative.
Restore of NAS node nodename, file
system file system, started as process
process ID by administrator administrator.
A full image for this file system will be
restored to destination destination.
Restore of NAS node nodename, file
system file system, started as process
process ID by administrator administrator.
A full image plus a differential image
for this file system will be restored to
destination destination.
Explanation: A restore is started for the indicated file
system of a NAS node. The operation is initiated by the
administrator shown. The restore will be performed
using a full image plus a differential image of this file
system. The file system will be restored to the indicated
destination.
System action: The indicated process is started.
User response: None.
ANR1067I
Operation process process ID completed.
Explanation: The indicated operation completed.
ANR1063I
Full backup of NAS node nodename, file
system file system, started as process
process ID by administrator administrator.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: None.
Explanation: A full backup is started for the indicated
file system of a NAS node. The operation is initiated by
the administrator shown.
ANR1068W
System action: The indicated process is started.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, a
background process was cancelled.
User response: None.
ANR1064I
Differential backup of NAS node
nodename, file system file system, started
as process process ID by administrator
administrator.
Explanation: A differential backup is started for the
indicated file system of a NAS node. Only files that
have changed since the last full backup will be
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Operation process process ID terminated process cancelled.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: None.
ANR1069E
Operation process process ID terminated insufficient number of mount points
available for removable media.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
ANR1071E • ANR1081E
server could not allocate sufficient mount points for the
volumes required.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
ANR1071E
Operation process process ID terminated read errors encountered.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, read
errors prevent the operation from continuing.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
errors and restart the operation.
ANR1072E
Operation process process ID terminated insufficient space in destination storage
pool.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, there is
not enough space available in the destination storage
pool.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: Make more space available in the
storage pool and restart the operation.
ANR1073E
Operation process process ID terminated sufficient recovery log space is not
available.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server runs out of recovery log space.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more server
recovery log space available.
ANR1074E
Operation process process ID terminated sufficient database space is not
available.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server runs out of database space.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more server
database space available.
ANR1075E
Operation process process ID terminated lock conflict.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server needs to obtain a lock that is not available.
System action: The indicated process ends.
ANR1076E
Operation process process ID terminated sufficient memory is not available.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, not
enough server memory is available.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server, and then restart the operation.
ANR1077E
Operation process process ID terminated transaction aborted.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server detected an error while attempting to commit a
transaction. This message should be preceded by other
messages that give additional information about the
failed transaction.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1078E
Operation process process ID terminated internal server error detected.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server encounters an internal error.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1080W
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. The process is canceled.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the process performing the
reclamation has been canceled.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: None.
ANR1081E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Storage media is
inaccessible.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, a required volume cannot be
mounted.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are executing, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: None.
User response: Restart the operation.
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ANR1082E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. There is an insufficient
number of mount points available for
removable media.
ANR1086E
Space reclamation is complete for
volume volume name. The storage pool
has insufficient space.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server could not allocate
sufficient mount points for the volumes required.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, data could not be moved from the
volume due to insufficient space on other volumes in
the storage pool.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes continue the reclamation.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
User response: Make more space available on other
volumes in the storage pool. If necessary, define the
next storage pool.
ANR1083E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Excessive read errors were
encountered.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, read errors occur that prevent
reclamation from continuing.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: If possible, determine and correct the
cause of the read errors.
ANR1087E
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server runs out of recovery log
space.
System action: Space reclamation stops.
User response: If necessary, make more server
recovery log space available.
ANR1088E
ANR1084E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Excessive write errors were
encountered.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, write errors occur that prevent
reclamation from continuing.
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Sufficient recovery log
space is not available.
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Sufficient database space is
not available.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server runs out of database
space.
System action: Space reclamation stops.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: If necessary, make more server
database space available.
User response: If possible, determine and correct the
cause of the write errors.
ANR1089E
ANR1085E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Data transfer was
interrupted.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, a data transfer operation has been
interrupted and cannot be continued.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: If possible, determine and correct the
cause of the interruption.
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. There is a lock conflict.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server needed to obtain a lock
that is not available.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: Wait for the server to try the
reclamation again.
ANR1090E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Thread resource is not
available.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server cannot start a thread for
the reclamation process.
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ANR1091E • ANR1096E
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: Wait for the server to try the
reclamation again. If the error persists, it might indicate
a shortage of server memory.
the indicated storage pool was invalid for this
operation. The indicated storage pool is used because it
is specified as the copy group destination of the
assigned management class.
This storage pool could be invalid for any of the
following reasons:
v The storage pool is not defined
ANR1091E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. Sufficient memory is not
available.
v The storage pool is a random-access storage pool and
this operation requires a sequential-access storage
pool
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, there was not enough server
memory available.
v The storage pool is not a primary storage pool
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
v The storage pool is not a NONBLOCK data format,
which is required for server-free operations
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server.
ANR1092E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. An internal server error
was detected.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server encounters an internal
error.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: Examine the server messages that were
issued prior to this message to determine the source of
the error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view
the activity log and to look for messages that indicate
the source of the error. Correct any errors that might
have caused the space reclamation to fail and try the
operation again.
ANR1093E
Space reclamation is ended for volume
volume name. The transaction is ended.
Explanation: During space reclamation for the
indicated volume, the server detected an error while
attempting to commit a transaction.
System action: Space reclamation of the volume stops.
If other reclamation processes are running, these
processes will continue the reclamation.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1094E
Invalid destination storage pool storage
pool name specified for storage of an
object using data mover data mover.
Explanation: While attempting to store an object using
the indicated data mover, the server determined that
v The storage pool has a NATIVE or NONBLOCK data
format, which is not supported for this operation
v The data format of the storage pool does not match
the data format of the data mover
System action: The operation fails.
User response: This message usually indicates a
configuration problem with either the storage pool or
the policy. Ensure that the destination storage pool has
appropriate attributes, including data format, for this
operation. Check the copy group of the assigned
management class. If the destination is incorrect, either
assign a new management class, or change the
destination in the copy group and activate the changed
policy. Also, consider whether you must define a new
storage pool or data mover.
ANR1095E
Data mover operation for node node
name and file space filespace name cannot
be started - an operation involving this
node and file space is already in
progress.
Explanation: A request has been made to use a data
mover to perform an operation involving the indicated
node and file space. The indicated file space was either
specified as the source for a backup operation or the
destination location for a restore operation. However, a
data mover operation involving that node and file
space is already in progress; the indicated file space is
either the source for a currently running backup
operation or is the destination for a currently running
restore operation. To avoid possible conflicts, the new
operation is not performed.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Allow the current operation to
complete before starting a new operation for this node
and file space.
ANR1096E
Operation process process ID terminated storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, a
required volume cannot be mounted.
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System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the problem and
restart the operation.
ANR1097E
Operation process process ID terminated data transfer interrupted.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, a data
transfer operation is interrupted and cannot be
continued.
ANR1102I
Removable volume volume name is
required for migration.
Explanation: During migration processing, the server
determines that a removable volume is required in
order to complete processing.
System action: The server attempts to mount the
removable volume.
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the problem and
restart the operation.
ANR1098E
Operation process process ID terminated file deleted from data storage during
retrieval.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, a file
was deleted from data storage during retrieval.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: None.
ANR1099E
Operation process process ID terminated thread resource not available.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
server cannot start a thread.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: The problem may indicate a shortage
of memory. If necessary, make more memory available
to the server, and then restart the operation.
ANR1100I
Migration started for volume volume
name, storage pool storage pool name
(process number process ID).
Explanation: Because the high migration threshold for
the indicated storage pool has been exceeded,
migration of files from the volume shown begins.
ANR1104E
Operation process process ID terminated NAS datamover NAS datamover name
reported NDMP session errors.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the
NDMP session with the NAS file server reported errors
which prevent the operation from continuing.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: For details about how to identify the
cause of the terminated NDMP operations, see the NAS
file-server documentation. Check the NDMP logs for
the NAS file server and, if possible, correct the cause of
the errors and restart the operation.
ANR1106W
An incorrect destination storage pool
storage pool name was specified for
storing a table of contents for an image.
A table of contents will not be created
for the image.
Explanation: While attempting to store an image
object, the server determined that the indicated table of
contents (TOC) destination storage pool was invalid.
The indicated storage pool is used because it is
specified as the copy group TOC destination of the
assigned management class.
This storage pool could be invalid for any of the
following reasons:
v The storage pool is not defined
v The storage pool is not a primary storage pool
System action: The system moves the data from this
volume to the next (target) pool.
v The storage pool has a data format other than
NATIVE or NONBLOCK
User response: None.
System action: The operation continues because TOC
creation is preferred, but not required. A TOC will not
be created for the stored image object.
ANR1101I
Migration ended for volume volume
name.
Explanation: Because the low migration threshold for
the indicated storage pool has been reached, migration
of files from the indicated volume ends.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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User response: This message usually indicates a
configuration problem with either the storage pool or
the policy. Ensure that the TOC destination storage
pool has appropriate attributes, including data format.
Check the copy group of the assigned management
class. If the TOC destination is incorrect, either assign a
new management class, or change the TOC destination
in the copy group and activate the changed policy.
ANR1107E • ANR1112W
ANR1107E
An incorrect destination storage pool
storage pool name was specified for
storage of a table of contents for an
image object. The backup operation
fails.
Explanation: While attempting to store an image
object, the server determined that the indicated table of
contents (TOC) destination storage pool was invalid.
The indicated storage pool is used because it is
specified as the copy group TOC destination of the
assigned management class.
This storage pool could be invalid for any of the
following reasons:
v The storage pool is not defined
v The storage pool is not a primary storage pool
v The storage pool has a data format other than
NATIVE or NONBLOCK
System action: The operation fails.
User response: This message usually indicates a
configuration problem with either the storage pool or
the policy. Ensure that the TOC destination storage
pool has appropriate attributes, including data format.
Check the copy group of the assigned management
class. If the TOC destination is incorrect, either assign a
new management class, or change the TOC destination
in the copy group and activate the changed policy.
ANR1108W
The server is unable to create a table of
contents for node node name, file space
file space in storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: While attempting to create a table of
contents (TOC) for the specified node and file space in
the indicated TOC destination pool, a failure occurred.
problem with the policy. Either assign a new
management class with appropriate attributes, or
correct the assigned management class by setting the
TOC destination in the backup copy group and
activating the changed policy.
ANR1110E
Command: A table of contents was
requested, but there is no table of
contents destination storage pool
specified. The table of contents can not
be created and the operation fails.
Explanation: While preparing to create a table of
contents (TOC), the server determined that the TOC
destination storage pool is not specified in the backup
copy group for the assigned management class.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: This message indicates a configuration
problem with the policy. Either assign a new
management class with appropriate attributes, or
correct the assigned management class by setting the
TOC destination in the backup copy group and
activating the changed policy. If a TOC is not required,
change the value of the TOC parameter on the
command.
ANR1111E
Command: An incorrect message number,
message number, was specified.
Explanation: A MSGSTACKTRACE ENABLE or
MSGSTACKTRACE DISABLE command has been
entered that specifies an invalid message number.
Messages must be between 3 and 8 digits. No letters
are allowed on message numbers.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
System action: The operation continues because TOC
creation is preferred, but not required. A TOC will not
be created for the stored image object.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
message number.
User response: Look for previous messages giving a
specific reason for the failure. Take corrective action as
appropriate.
ANR1112W
ANR1109W
Command: A table of contents was
requested, but there is no table of
contents destination storage pool
specified. The table of contents will not
be created, but the operation continues.
Explanation: While preparing to create a table of
contents (TOC), the server determined that the TOC
destination storage pool is not specified in the backup
copy group for the assigned management class.
System action: The operation continues because TOC
creation is preferred, but not required. A TOC will not
be created.
User response: This message indicates a configuration
Command: No table of contents
destination storage pool available for
backup set for node Node name (data
type data type). The table of contents
will not be created.
Explanation: While preparing to create a table of
contents (TOC), the server determined that the TOC
destination storage pool is not specified in the backup
copy group for the assigned management class.
System action: The operation continues because TOC
creation is preferred, but not required. A TOC will not
be created.
User response: This message indicates a configuration
problem with the policy. Either assign a new
management class with appropriate attributes, or
correct the assigned management class by setting the
TOC destination in the backup copy group and
activating the changed policy.
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ANR1113E
Command: No table of contents
destination storage pool available for
backup set for node Node name (data
type data type). The backup set will not
be generated.
Explanation: While preparing to create a table of
contents (TOC), the server determined that the TOC
destination storage pool is not specified in the backup
copy group for the assigned management class.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: This message indicates a configuration
problem with the policy. Either assign a new
management class with appropriate attributes, or
correct the assigned management class by setting the
TOC destination in the backup copy group and
activating the changed policy. If a TOC is not required,
change the value of the TOC parameter on the
command.
ANR1117W
Error initiating migration for storage
pool storage pool name - internal server
error detected.
Explanation: While trying to start migration for the
indicated storage pool, the server encounters an
internal error.
System action: Migration stops. The server waits for
the retry period to expire and then tries the migration
again.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1118I
Command: Table of contents successfully
generated for node Node name, backup
set backup set name.
Explanation: You requested a table of contents to be
generated for the specified backup set and data type.
The table of contents was successfully generated.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR1114E
Command: No nodes or data types are
eligible for a backup set operation.
Explanation: None of the specified nodes or data
types are eligible to be included in the backup set for
the GENERATE BACKUPSET or DEFINE BACKUPSET
command.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: None.
ANR1119W
Command: Table of contents already
exists for node Node name, backup set
backup set name (data type data type). The
table of contents will not be created.
User response: Check previous messages for problem
determination information.
Explanation: You requested a table of contents to be
generated for the specified backup set and data type,
but the table of contents already exists.
ANR1115W
System action: The server will not generate a table of
contents for this backup set and data type.
Error initiating migration for storage
pool storage pool name - lock conflict.
Explanation: While trying to start migration for the
indicated storage pool, the server needs to obtain a lock
that is not available.
System action: Migration stops. The server waits for
the retry period to expire and then tries the migration
again.
User response: Wait for the server to retry the
migration.
ANR1116W
Error initiating migration for storage
pool storage pool name - sufficient
memory is not available.
User response: If the specified backup set name and
data type are not correct, re-issue the command with
the correct parameters.
ANR1120W
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. The process is canceled.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the process performing the migration has been
canceled.
System action: The migration process stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: None.
Explanation: While trying to start migration for the
indicated storage pool, there is not enough server
memory available.
ANR1121E
System action: Migration stops. The server waits for
the retry period to expire and then tries the migration
again.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume a required volume cannot be mounted.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
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Migration is ended for volume volume
name - storage. Media is inaccessible.
ANR1122E • ANR1129E
User response: One possible cause for this failure is
that the access state for the target volume or storage
pool for this operation is not set to READWRITE.
Check the access state for the requested output volume
and storage pool and ensure they are set to
ACCESS=READWRITE.
ANR1122E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. An insufficient number of mount
points are available for removable
media.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume the server could not allocate sufficient mount
points for the volumes required.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
ANR1123E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. Excessive read errors were
encountered.
User response: If possible, determine and correct the
cause of the interruption.
ANR1126E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. There is insufficient space in
subordinate storage pools.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server cannot move the data from the
volume because there is not enough space on the next
storage pool, or the next storage pool is not defined.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: Ensure that the next storage pool is
defined, and make more space available in the next
storage pool. Use the UPDATE STGPOOL command to
change the next storage pool to one with more space.
ANR1127E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. - The server is unable to move
files to subordinate storage pools
because the files are too large.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, read errors occurred that prevent the migration
from continuing.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server cannot move the data from the
volume because a file size is larger than allowed on the
next storage pool.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
read errors.
User response: Use the UPDATE STGPOOL command
to change the next storage pool maximum file size or to
change the next storage pool target.
ANR1124E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. Excessive write errors were
encountered.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, write errors occurred that prevent the
migration from continuing.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
write errors.
ANR1125E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. Data transfer is interrupted.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume a data transfer operation was interrupted and
could not be continued.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
ANR1128E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. Sufficient recovery log space is
not available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server runs out of recovery log space.
System action: Migration stops.
User response: If necessary, make more server
recovery log space available.
ANR1129E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. Sufficient database space is not
available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume pool, the server runs out of database space.
System action: Migration stops.
User response: If necessary, make more server
database space available.
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ANR1130E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. There is a lock conflict.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server needs to obtain a lock that is not
available.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: Wait for the server to try the migration
again.
ANR1131E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. A thread resource is not available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server cannot start a thread for the
migration process.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: Wait for the server to try the migration
again. If the error persists, it might indicate a shortage
of server memory.
ANR1132E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. Sufficient memory is not
available.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, there is not enough server memory available.
System action: Migration stops.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server.
ANR1133E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. An internal server error is
detected.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server encounters an internal error.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
the retry period to expire and then tries the migration
again.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
ANR1135E
Migration is ended for volume volume
name. The transaction is ended.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
volume, the server detected an error while attempting
to commit a transaction.
System action: Migration of the volume stops. If other
migration processes are running, these processes will
continue migration.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1136W
Operation process process ID completed There is no data to process for the
differential backup of NAS node node
name, file space file space.
Explanation: The NAS file server reported zero bytes
stored at the conclusion of an NDMP backup of the
specified file space. The command ends without
updating the server's database.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: None.
ANR1137E
Operation process process ID terminated object excluded by size in destination
storage pool and all successor pools.
Explanation: During the indicated operation, the size
of a file sent from the client node is larger than that
allowed in the destination storage pool. No successor
storage pools can accept the large file.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: Increase the maximum file size for one
or more of the storage pools in the storage hierarchy to
accommodate the file. An authorized administrator can
increase the MAXSIZE parameter by issuing the
UPDATE STGPOOL command.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1139E
ANR1134E
Migration is ended for storage pool
storage pool name. There is an insufficient
number of mount points available for
removable media.
Explanation: During migration for the indicated
storage pool the server could not allocate sufficient
mount points in the next storage pool.
System action: Migration stops. The server waits for
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The command name command failed
because some data was missing.
Explanation: An attempt to gather database statistics
from the database manager failed. This failure can
occur if either of these conditions is met:
v
The buffer pool monitor switch
(DFT_MON_BUFPOOL) has been set to 'OFF.' The
buffer pool monitor switch controls the collection of
database statistics.
ANR1140I • ANR1147W
v
The file systems or drives are in a remote network.
There might be a network problem causing the
server fail to collect the statistics of those volumes.
User response: None.
ANR1144W
System action: The command fails, and the server
operation continues.
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - storage media
inaccessible.
User response: Take one of the following actions, and
then try running the QUERY DBSPACE command
again:
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, a required volume cannot be
mounted.
v Stop and restart the server.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
v Set the buffer pool monitor switch to 'ON' using this
DB2 command: 'db2 update dbm cfg using
DFT_MON_BUFPOOL ON'.
v If you cannot obtain drive or file system statistics by
running operating system commands, fix the
problem, then try running the command again.
ANR1140I
Move data process started for volume
volume name (process ID process ID).
Explanation: As a result of a MOVE DATA command,
a process begins to move data from the volume shown.
System action: The server moves all data from the
volume.
User response: None.
ANR1145W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - insufficient
number of mount points available for
removable media.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server could not allocate
sufficient mount points for the volumes required.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: None.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
ANR1141I
ANR1146W
Move data process ended for volume
volume name.
Explanation: The MOVE DATA command for the
volume shown completes.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1142I
Moving data for collocation cluster
cluster number of total clusters on volume
volume name.
Explanation: As a result of a MOVE DATA command,
data moves from the volume indicated to new volumes;
the message shows the total number of clusters (data
objects) on the volume and the current cluster being
processed.
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - excessive read
errors encountered.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, read errors occurred that prevented
the move from continuing.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
read errors and then reissue the MOVE DATA
command.
ANR1147W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - excessive write
errors encountered.
User response: None.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, write errors occurred that prevented
the move from continuing.
ANR1143W
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
System action: None.
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - process canceled.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the process performing the move
data was canceled. It is possible that the server may
issue this message more than once while the server is
ending this process.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
write errors and then reissue the MOVE DATA
command.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
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ANR1148W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - data transfer
interrupted.
ANR1152W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - sufficient database
space is not available.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume a data transfer operation was
interrupted and could not be continued.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server runs out of database
space.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: If possible, determine and correct the
cause of the interruption.
User response: If necessary, make more server
database space available.
ANR1149W
ANR1153W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - insufficient space
in target storage pool.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server cannot move the data
from the volume, because there is not enough space on
the destination storage pool to hold it or the access for
the storage pool is either unavailable or readonly.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: Make more space available in the next
storage pool, or specify a storage pool with more space,
and reissue the MOVE DATA command.
ANR1150W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - unable to move
file to target storage pool due to
exclusion by size.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server cannot move the data
from the volume because a file size is larger than
allowed on the next storage pool.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA or
MOVE NODEDATA command.
User response: Use the UPDATE STGPOOL command
to change the next storage pool maximum file size or to
change the next storage pool target, and then reissue
the MOVE DATA or MOVE NODEDATA command.
ANR1151W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - sufficient recovery
log space is not available.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server runs out of recovery log
space.
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - lock conflict.
Explanation: During move data processing, the server
was unable to obtain the volume specified because a
lock was not available or a restartable restore is active
for data on the volume and has it locked. .
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: Check for restartable restores by
issuing the QUERY RESTORE command. If the volume
specified contains any data from the node and filespace
identifed by the QUERY RESTORE command, the
MOVE DATA command will fail. The restartable
restores must complete or be cancelled before the
MOVE DATA command can succeed.
If the volume does not contain data from the node and
filespace identified by the QUERY RESTORE command,
the reissue the MOVE DATA command.
ANR1154W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - thread resource
not available.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server cannot start a thread for
the migration process.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: Reissue the MOVE DATA command. If
the error persists, it may indicate a shortage of server
memory.
ANR1155W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - sufficient memory
is not available.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, there is not enough server memory
available.
User response: If necessary, make more server
recovery log space available.
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
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available to the server, and then reissue the MOVE
DATA command.
ANR1156W
Move data process terminated for
volume volume name - internal server
error detected.
Explanation: During move data processing for the
indicated volume, the server encounters an internal
error.
the audit. If the file is part of an aggregate, the audit
will reset the aggregate status if the entire aggregate
is found to be undamaged.
v If this volume is in a primary storage pool that has
previously been backed up to a copy storage pool,
attempt to restore damaged files by using the
RESTORE STGPOOL command.
ANR1162W
System action: The server ends the MOVE DATA
command.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1157I
Removable volume volume name is
required for move process.
Explanation: During move data or move node data
processing, the server determines that the indicated
removable volume is required in order to complete
processing.
System action: The server attempts to mount the
removable volume.
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1160W
Transaction was aborted for volume
volume name.
Explanation: An error was detected during transaction
commit. This message should be preceded by other
messages that give additional information about the
failed transaction.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction. If the error cannot be isolated and resolved,
contact your service representative.
ANR1161W
The move process is skipping a
damaged file on volume volume name:
Node node name, Type file type, File space
filespace name, File name file name.
Explanation: During the move process, a file is
encountered that was previously found to be damaged.
If this file is part of an aggregate, the entire aggregate
was previously marked damaged, possibly because an
error was detected for some other file within the
aggregate.
System action: The damaged file is not moved.
User response: Perform the following actions:
v Audit the indicated volume with FIX=NO to verify
that the file is damaged. The audit will reset the file
status if the file is found to be undamaged during
Space reclamation skipping damaged
file on volume volume name: Node node
name, Type file type, File space filespace
name, File name file name.
Explanation: During reclamation, a file is encountered
that was previously found to be damaged. If this file is
part of an aggregate, the entire aggregate was
previously marked damaged, possibly because an
integrity error was detected for some other file within
the aggregate.
System action: The damaged file is not moved.
User response: Audit the indicated volume with
FIX=NO to verify that the file is damaged. The audit
will reset the file status if the file is found to be
undamaged during the audit. If the file is part of an
aggregate, the audit will reset the aggregate status if
the entire aggregate is found to be undamaged. If this
volume is in a primary storage pool that has previously
been backed up to a copy storage pool, attempt to
restore damaged files by using the RESTORE
STGPOOL command.
ANR1163W
Offsite volume volume name still
contains files which could not be
moved.
Explanation: During processing of a MOVE DATA
command or reclamation, the server determined that
the indicated offsite volume contained one or more files
that could not be moved. One or more files could not
be copied from the other available volumes.
The server might not move some files if the storage
pool is collocated and the volume being moved or
reclaimed contains files that require different output
volumes. The server will skip these files and no
messages are issued identifying the skipped files. The
files are skipped to honor the collocation attribute of
the storage pool.
If the files in the storage pool are deduplicated, they
could be skipped due to the unavailability of an on-site
copy. This can occur if the file has been logically
deleted from all other storage pools due to either policy
retention settings, or explicit deletion, but must remain
in the offsite storage pool due to deduplication
dependencies.
System action: None.
User response: Check for messages that indicate why
files could not be moved. To complete the move
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operation, you have several options:
v Bring the volume back on-site and reissue a MOVE
DATA command to reclaim the volume. If the
storage pool is deduplicated and all primary storage
pool volumes are available, this is the recommended
solution.
v Make the primary volumes available and reissue a
MOVE DATA command to reclaim the volume.
v Delete the files by using the DELETE VOLUME
command.
If the server is skipping files to honor the collocation
attribute of the storage pool, run the MOVE DATA
command, or wait until reclamation runs again. In
either case, the server will move files to the appropriate
output volumes until the volume being moved or
reclaimed is empty. It might take more than one
attempt to totally empty the volume.
ANR1165E
Error detected for file in storage pool
storage pool name: Node node name, Type
file type, File space filespace name, fsId
filespace id, File name file name.
Explanation: The server has detected an error for the
indicated file.
System action: The file will be marked damaged in
the server database, and will not be accessed for future
operations. If this file is part of an aggregate, the entire
aggregate will be marked damaged. If a usable copy of
the file exists in another storage pool, that copy may be
accessed for future operations involving the file.
User response: The indicated storage pool is a
primary pool that contains a damaged copy of the file.
The only usable copy of the file may now only reside
on the offsite volume that was involved in the move
data process. If you bring this volume back onsite, you
can recreate the file in the primary pool by using the
RESTORE STGPOOL command. After the restore, you
can reissue the MOVE DATA command.
ANR1167E
Space reclamation for offsite volume
volume name cannot copy damaged file in
storage pool storage pool name: Node node
name, Type file type, File space filespace
name,fsId filespace id , File name file name.
Explanation: A reclamation process of offsite volumes
cannot locate an undamaged copy of the specified file
in any storage pool accessible by the server. If this file
is part of an aggregate, the process could not locate an
undamaged copy of the aggregate to which the file
belongs.
System action: The file is skipped and will not be
moved from the offsite volume.
User response: The indicated storage pool is a
primary pool that contains a damaged copy of the file.
The only usable copy of the file may now only reside
on an offsite volume that was involved in the
reclamation process, but was not totally reclaimed. If
you bring this volume back onsite, you can recreate the
file in the primary pool by using the RESTORE
STGPOOL command.
User response: If the indicated storage pool is a
primary pool, and a usable copy of the file exists in a
copy storage pool, you can recreate the file in the
primary pool using the RESTORE STGPOOL command.
If the indicated storage pool is a copy storage pool, it is
possible that the primary copy of the file is usable, but
was not accessed because the access mode for the
primary storage pool or volume is unavailable. If this is
the case, the primary copy of the file may be made
accessible by changing the access mode of the primary
pool or volume.
ANR1168W
ANR1166E
User response: Audit the indicated volume with
FIX=NO to verify that the file is damaged. The audit
will reset the file status if the file is found to be
undamaged during the audit. If the file is part of an
aggregate, the audit will reset the aggregate status if
the entire aggregate is found to be undamaged. If this
volume is in a primary storage pool that has previously
been backed up to a copy storage pool, you can also
attempt to restore damaged files by using the
RESTORE STGPOOL command.
Move Data for offsite volume cannot
copy damaged file in storage pool
storage pool name: Node node name, Type
file type, File space filespace name, fsId
filespace id, File name file name.
Explanation: A move data process for an offsite
volume cannot locate an undamaged copy of the
specified file in any storage pool accessible by the
server. If this file is part of an aggregate, the process
could not locate an undamaged copy of the aggregate
to which the file belongs.
System action: The file will skipped and will not be
moved from the offsite volume.
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Migration skipping damaged file on
volume volume name: Node node name,
Type file type, File space filespace name,
fsId filespace id, File name file name.
Explanation: During migration, a file is encountered
that was previously found to be damaged. If this file is
part of an aggregate, the entire aggregate was
previously marked damaged, possibly because an
integrity error was detected for some other file within
the aggregate.
System action: The damaged file will not be moved.
ANR1169W • ANR1174W
ANR1169W
Lock conflict on movement of offsite
file - file is skipped.
Explanation: During migration, reclamation, or move
data processing of a volume that is offsite, a copy of
the file that resides in a primary disk storage pool is
locked by another process.
System action: The file is skipped and the process will
try to find another copy of the file in a copy storage
pool. If another copy cannot be used, the move
operation on the volume may be incomplete.
User response: If a move operation was incomplete,
try repeating the operation.
ANR1170E
Out of Space in target copy storage
pool: copy storage pool name.
Explanation: During reclamation, or move data
processing of a volume that is offsite, there was no
volume available in the specified target copy storage
pool.
storage pool accessible by the server. If this file is part
of an aggregate, the process could not locate copy of
the aggregate to which the file belongs on an accessible
volume.
System action: The file will skipped and will not be
moved from the offsite volume.
User response: The indicated storage pool is a
primary pool that should contain a primary copy of the
file. Perhaps the volume on which that file resides is on
a destroyed volume. The only usable copy of the file
may now only reside on the offsite volume that was
involved in the move data process. If you bring this
volume back onsite, you can recreate the file in the
primary pool by using the RESTORE STGPOOL
command. After the restore, you can reissue the MOVE
DATA command.
ANR1173E
System action: The operation is terminated.
User response: Define volumes to the copy storage
pool or raise the MAXSCRATCH value.
ANR1171W
Unable to move files associated with
node node name, filespace filespace name
fsId filespace id on volume volume name
due to restore in progress.
Explanation: During movement of data (migration,
reclamation, move data) from a sequential volume, one
or more files were encountered that were locked by a
restore operation.
System action: The files are not moved, but are
skipped.
User response: Use the QUERY RESTORE
FORMAT=DETAILED command to determine if the
restore operation is active or is in restartable state. A
restartable restore operation will keep the files locked
from movement until the RESTOREINTERVAL is
reached. QUERY OPTION will display this interval.
You may wish to lower the RESTOREINTERVAL to
cause a restartable restore operation to be removed and
free up the locked files. The RESTOREINTERVAL is a
server option. If you received this message due to a
MOVE DATA operation, reissue the MOVE DATA
command after the restore operation has completed in
order to move any remaining files.
ANR1172E
Move Data for offsite volume cannot
copy file in storage pool storage pool
name: Node node name, Type file type, File
space filespace name, fsId filespace id, File
name file name.
Space reclamation for offsite volume(s)
cannot copy file in storage pool storage
pool name: Node node name, Type file type,
File space filespace name, fsId filespace id,
File name file name.
Explanation: A reclamation process of offsite volumes
cannot locate a copy of the specified file in any storage
pool accessible by the server. If this file is part of an
aggregate, the process could not locate a copy of the
aggregate to which the file belongs on an accessible
volume.
System action: The file is skipped and will not be
moved from the offsite volume.
User response: The indicated storage pool is a
primary pool that should contain a copy of the file.
Perhaps the volume on which that file resides is on a
destroyed volume. The only usable copy of the file may
now only reside on an offsite volume that was involved
in the reclamation process, but was not totally
reclaimed. If you bring this volume back onsite, you
can recreate the file in the primary pool by using the
RESTORE STGPOOL command.
ANR1174W
One or more cached files were not
deleted on volume volume name.
Explanation: The MOVE DATA command could not
delete one or more cached files on the disk volume
shown. Migration was probably running at the same
time, creating cached files while the MOVE DATA
command was trying to delete them.
System action: The MOVE DATA command ran to
completion.
User response: If you want the remaining cached files
removed from the disk volume, reissue the MOVE
DATA command.
Explanation: A move data process for an offsite
volume cannot locate a copy of the specified file in any
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ANR1175W
Volume volume name contains files which
could not be reclaimed.
Explanation: After reclamation of the indicated
volume, it still contains one or more files that could not
be reclaimed. These files were skipped because of read
errors, or because the files are marked damaged.
System action: The volume is marked unavailable so
it will not be chosen again for reclamation.
copy active data from a primary storage pool to the
indicated active data pool.
System action: Preview information about the COPY
ACTIVEDATA operation is collected and displayed, but
files are not copied.
User response: None.
ANR1181E
User response:
v Use the UPDATE VOLUME command to set the
volume access to readonly.
v Try using the MOVE DATA command to manually
reclaim the volume.
v If files still exist on the volume, audit the volume
using AUDIT VOLUME FIX=YES.
v Try using the MOVE DATA command again.
v Use the RESTORE VOLUME command to restore
files marked damaged.
ANR1176I
Moving data for collocation set set
number of total sets on volume volume
name.
Explanation: As a result of a move operations, such as
MOVE DATA, MOVE NODEDATA, migration, or
reclamation, the server is moving data from the volume
indicated to new volumes. This message shows the
total sets of data on the volume to be processed.
Depending upon the collocation setting of the
destination storage pool, a set can be file spaces that
belong to the same collocation group, file spaces for a
node, or a single filespace.
System action: None.
User response: None.
Diagnostic(ID): Data storage transaction
transaction ID was aborted.
Explanation: A database transaction failed because of
an error that was detected during data storage
processing. This message should be preceded by other
messages that give additional information about the
failed transaction.
System action: The server operation that encountered
this error during data storage processing fails.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1182I
Removable volume volume name is
required for a restore request from
session session id.
Explanation: A restore request will need a removable
volume. This message is issued as soon as the server
determines that the volume will be needed. A mount
request will be made when the volume is actually
needed for processing. When the first pass
determination of needed volumes is complete, message
ANR1183I will be issued. However, it is possible that
additional volumes will be needed later, as indicated in
the explanation for message ANR1183I. This message is
not issued for DISK device class volumes nor is it
issued for FILE device class volumes.
System action: The server continues processing.
ANR1178I
Copying active files from primary
storage pool primary pool name to active
data pool active data pool name started as
process process ID.
Explanation: A process has been started to copy active
data from a primary storage pool to the indicated
active data.
System action: For every noncached, active file in the
primary pool, a copy is made in the active data pool, if
a copy of that file does not already exist.
User response: None.
ANR1179I
Preview of copying active files from
primary storage pool primary pool name to
active data pool active data pool name
started as process process ID.
Explanation: A preview process has been started to
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User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1183I
Initial determination of removable
volumes required for a restore request
from session session id is complete.
Additional volumes may still be
required.
Explanation: The first pass determination of needed
volumes is complete for the indicated restore session. It
is possible that additional volumes will be needed as
individual objects are restored. This can happen for a
variety of reasons. Examples of such reasons include: 1.
An object spanning from one volume to another, where
the second volume is not needed for any other objects
during this restore session. 2. An object is found to be
damaged and a copy storage pool volume is needed to
complete the restore. 3. A volume is unavailable and a
copy storage pool volume is needed to complete the
restore.
ANR1184I • ANR1214I
System action: The server continues processing.
User response: Respond to any mount request for any
additional volumes.
ANR1184I
Copy active data process process ID
ended for storage pool storage pool name.
System action: The server attempts to mount the
removable volume.
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1210I
Explanation: A COPY ACTIVEDATA process for the
named primary storage pool has ended.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1185I
Copy active data process process ID
terminated for storage pool storage pool
name - process canceled.
Explanation: While copying active data from the
indicated primary storage pool, a process performing
the operation has been canceled.
System action: If other copy active data processes are
executing for the named storage pool, these processes
continue.
User response: None.
ANR1186I
Restore of node nodename, file system file
system, started as process process ID by
administrator administrator. A full image
for this file system will be restored to
destination destination.
Explanation: The administrator initiates a restore of
the node's file system. The restore will be performed
using a full image of this file system. The file system
will be restored to the indicated destination.
System action: The indicated process is started.
User response: None.
Backup of primary storage pool primary
pool name to copy storage pool copy pool
name started as process process ID.
Explanation: A process has been started to back up a
primary storage pool to the indicated copy storage
pool.
System action: For every noncached file in the
primary pool, a backup copy is made in the copy pool,
if a copy of that file does not already exist.
User response: None.
ANR1211I
Backup preview of primary storage pool
primary pool name to copy storage pool
copy pool name started as process process
ID.
Explanation: A preview process has been started to
back up a primary storage pool to the indicated copy
storage pool.
System action: Preview information about the backup
operation is collected and displayed, but files are not
backed up.
User response: None.
ANR1212I
Backup process process ID ended for
storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: A backup process for the named primary
storage pool has ended.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1189I
Removable volume volume name is
required for copying active data.
Explanation: During processing of a COPY
ACTIVEDATA command, the server determines that a
removable volume is required.
System action: Unless this is a preview process, the
server attempts to mount the removable volume.
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1213I
Backup process process ID terminated for
storage pool storage pool name - process
canceled.
Explanation: During backup of the indicated primary
storage pool, a process performing the backup has been
canceled.
System action: If other backup processes are executing
for the named storage pool, these processes continue.
User response: None.
ANR1199I
Removable volume volume name is
required for audit process.
Explanation: During audit volume processing for the
indicated volume, the server determines that a
removable volume is required in order to complete
processing.
ANR1214I
The backup of the primary pool name
primary storage pool to the copy pool
name copy storage pool is complete.
Number of files backed up: number of
backed up files. Number of bytes backed
up: number of backed up bytes.
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Deduplicated bytes backed up: number of
backed up dedup bytes. Unreadable files:
number of unreadable files. Unreadable
bytes: number of unreadable bytes.
Explanation: Backup processing for the specified
storage pool ended with the displayed results.
System action: None.
User response: Examine previous messages to
determine whether all backup processes ended
successfully.
ANR1215I
The backup preview of the primary pool
name primary storage pool to the copy
pool name copy storage pool is complete.
Number of files backed up: number of
backed up files. Number of bytes backed
up: number of backed up bytes. Number of
deduplicated bytes backed up: number of
backed up dedup bytes.
Explanation: Backup preview processing for the
specified storage pool ended with the displayed results.
System action: None.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1216E
Command: Process process ID terminated storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: During backup processing, a required
volume could not be mounted.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
User response: None.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
read errors and reissue the backup command.
ANR1219E
Command: Process process ID terminated excessive write errors encountered.
Explanation: During backup processing, write errors
occur that prevent the backup from continuing.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
write errors and reissue the backup command.
ANR1220E
Command: Process process ID terminated data transfer interrupted.
Explanation: During backup processing, a data
transfer operation was interrupted and could not be
continued.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
interruption and reissue the backup command.
ANR1221E
Command: Process process ID terminated insufficient space in target storage pool
pool name.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
cannot copy data to the specified copy or active-data
storage pool because not enough space is available in
the specified copy or active-data storage pool, or, the
access for the copy or active-data storage pool is either
unavailable or readonly.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
ANR1217E
Command: Process process ID stopped insufficient number of mount points
available for removable media.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
could not allocate sufficient mount points for the
volumes required.
User response: Make more space available in the copy
or active-data storage pool and reissue the backup
command, or reissue the backup command and specify
another copy or active-data storage pool with more
space.
Command: Process process ID was
terminated because of insufficient
recovery log space.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
ANR1222E
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available. To prevent sessions or processes from having
to wait for a mount point, increase the value of the
MOUNTLIMIT parameter in the device-class definition.
Set the value of the MOUNTLIMIT parameter high
enough to allow all server processes using deduplicated
storage pools to open the number of volumes specified
by the NUMOPENVOLSALLOWED option.
Explanation: If a log runs out of space, the current
transaction is rolled back. The server issues an error
message and halts. You cannot restart the server until
the recovery log size is increased.
ANR1218E
Command: Process process ID terminated excessive read errors encountered.
Explanation: During backup processing, read errors
occur that prevent the backup from continuing.
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System action: The server halts.
User response: Monitor archive logs and active logs. If
the recovery log space is insufficient, monitor the
archive log space first. If the archive log space is full or
nearly full, run a full database backup to remove
archive logs and consider adding more disk space to
the archive log directory. If the archive log space is not
full and the active log space is full or nearly full,
ANR1223E • ANR1230I
update the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE option in the
dsmserv.opt file. Set the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE
option to the new maximum size of the active log.
ANR1223E
Command: Process process ID was
terminated because of insufficient
database space.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
runs out of database space.
System action: The specified backup process ends.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command. Add one or more directories to
the database.
ANR1224E
Command: Process process ID terminated lock conflict.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
needs to obtain a lock that is not available.
ANR1228I
Removable volume volume name is
required for storage pool backup.
Explanation: During processing of a BACKUP
STGPOOL command, the server determines that a
removable volume is required.
System action: Unless this is a preview process, the
server attempts to mount the removable volume.
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1229W
Volume volume name is inaccessible
therefore it cannot be backed up to a
copy storage pool or copied to an
active-data storage pool.
Explanation: During storage pool backup or the
copying of active data, the contents of a volume cannot
be backed up or copied if one of the following
conditions exists:
v The volume is offline.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
v The volume is in use by another process.
User response: Reissue the backup command.
v The volume cannot be mounted.
ANR1225E
Command: Process process ID terminated thread resource not available.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
cannot start a thread.
v The access mode of the volume does not allow the
operation.
System action: The server continues backup
processing, but skips the indicated volume.
User response: Take one of the following actions:
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
v If the volume is offline, issue the VARY ONLINE
command for the indicated volume.
User response: Reissue the backup command. If the
error persists, it may indicate a shortage of server
memory.
v If the access mode of the volume is unavailable, issue
the UPDATE VOLUME command to change the
access mode to readwrite or readonly. If the access
mode of the volume is destroyed, verify with an
administrator whether the access mode should be
updated. If it should, issue the UPDATE VOLUME
command to change the access mode to readwrite or
readonly.
ANR1226E
Command: Process process ID terminated sufficient memory is not available.
Explanation: During backup processing, not enough
server memory is available.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server, and then reissue the backup
command.
ANR1227E
Command: Process process ID terminated internal server error detected.
v If the volume is in use by another process, wait for
that process to complete, and then retry the BACKUP
STGPOOL command or the COPY ACTIVEDATA
command.
v If the volume is not currently mountable, verify that
the drive can mount the volume, and then retry the
BACKUP STGPOOL command or the COPY
ACTIVEDATA command.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
encounters an internal error.
ANR1230I
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
Explanation: A process has been started to restore the
indicated primary storage pool.
User response: Examine the server messages that were
issued prior to this message to determine the source of
the error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view
the activity log and search for messages that indicate
the source of the error.
Restore of primary storage pool primary
pool name started as process process ID.
System action: Non-cached files that reside in the
named primary storage pool are restored if either of the
following criteria are met:
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v The file is stored on a volume whose access mode is
destroyed
v The primary file has been identified as having
data-integrity errors during a previous operation
User response: None.
ANR1231I
Restore preview of primary storage pool
primary pool name started as process
process ID.
Explanation: A preview process has been started to
restore a primary storage pool.
System action: Preview information about the restore
operation is collected and displayed, but files are not
restored. The restore preview includes noncached files
that reside in the specified primary storage pool and
that meet either of the following conditions:
v The file is stored on a volume whose access mode is
destroyed
v The primary file has been identified as having
data-integrity errors during a previous operation
User response: None.
ANR1232I
Restore of volumes in primary storage
pool primary pool name started as process
process ID.
ANR1235I
Restore process process ID ended for
volumes in storage pool storage pool
name.
Explanation: A restore process for volumes in the
named primary storage pool has ended.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1236I
Restore process process ID terminated for
storage pool storage pool name - process
canceled.
Explanation: During restore of the indicated primary
storage pool, a process performing the restore has been
canceled.
System action: If other restore processes are executing
for the named storage pool, these processes continue.
User response: None.
ANR1237I
Restore process process ID terminated for
volumes in storage pool storage pool name
- process canceled.
Explanation: During restore of volumes in the
indicated primary storage pool, a process performing
the restore has been canceled.
Explanation: A process has been started to restore one
or more volumes in the indicated primary storage pool.
System action: If other restore processes are executing
for the volumes, these processes continue.
System action: Noncached files that reside on selected
volumes in the primary storage pool are restored.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR1238I
ANR1233I
Restore preview of volumes in primary
storage pool primary pool name started as
process process ID.
Explanation: A preview process has been started to
restore one or more volumes in the indicated primary
storage pool.
System action: Preview information about the restore
operation is collected and displayed, but files are not
restored. The restore preview includes noncached files
that reside on selected volumes in the primary storage
pool.
User response: None.
ANR1234I
Restore process process ID ended for
storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: A restore process for the named primary
storage pool has ended.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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The restore of the primary pool name
primary storage pool is complete.
Number of files restored: number of
restored files. Number of bytes restored:
number of restored bytes. Number of
deduplicated bytes restored: number of
restored dedup bytes. Number of
unreadable files: number of unreadable
files. Number of unreadable bytes:
number of unreadable bytes.
Explanation: Restore processing for the specified
storage pool ended with the displayed results.
System action: None.
User response: Examine previous messages to
determine whether all restore processes ended
successfully.
ANR1239I
The restore preview of the primary pool
name primary storage pool is complete.
Number of files restored: number of
restored files. Number of bytes restored:
number of restored bytes. Number of
deduplicated bytes restored: number of
restored dedup bytes.
ANR1240I • ANR1248E
Explanation: Restore preview processing for the
specified storage pool ended with the displayed results.
System action: None.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more mount points
available.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1244E
ANR1240I
The restore of volumes in the primary
pool name primary storage pool is
complete. Number of files restored:
number of restored files. Number of bytes
restored: number of restored bytes. Number
of deduplicated bytes restored: number of
restored dedup bytes. Number of
unreadable files: number of unreadable
files. Number of unreadable bytes:
number of unreadable bytes.
Explanation: Restore processing for volumes in the
specified storage pool ended with the displayed results.
System action: None.
Command: Process process ID terminated excessive read errors encountered.
Explanation: During restore processing, read errors
occur that prevent the restore from continuing.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
read errors and reissue the restore command.
ANR1245E
Command: Process process ID terminated excessive write errors encountered.
Explanation: During restore processing, write errors
occur that prevent the restore from continuing.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Examine previous messages to
determine whether all restore processes ended
successfully.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
write errors and reissue the restore command.
ANR1241I
ANR1246E
The restore preview of volumes in the
primary pool name primary storage pool is
complete. Number of files restored:
number of restored files. Number of bytes
restored: number of restored bytes. Number
of deduplicated bytes restored: number of
restored dedup bytes.
Explanation: Restore preview processing for volumes
in the specified storage pool ended with the displayed
results.
Explanation: During restore processing, a data transfer
operation was interrupted and could not be continued.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: If possible, correct the cause of the
interruption and reissue the restore command.
ANR1247E
System action: None.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1242E
Command: Process process ID terminated storage media inaccessible.
Explanation: During restore processing, a required
volume could not be mounted.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Verify that the copy and primary
storage pools and volumes being accessed are available.
Check the ACCESS parameter for both of the storage
pools and all related volumes to ensure the ACCESS
state is not preventing access.
ANR1243E
Command: Process process ID terminated insufficient number of mount points
available for removable media.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
could not allocate sufficient mount points for the
volumes required.
Command: Process process ID terminated data transfer interrupted.
Command: Process process ID terminated insufficient space in target primary
storage pool.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
cannot copy data to the target primary storage pool,
because not enough space is available in the target
pool.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Make more space available in the
target primary storage pool, and then reissue the
restore command.
ANR1248E
Command: Process process ID terminated sufficient recovery log space is not
available.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
runs out of recovery log space.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more server
recovery log space available.
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ANR1249E
Command: Process process ID terminated sufficient database space is not
available.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
runs out of database space.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more server
database space available.
ANR1250E
Command: Process process ID terminated lock conflict.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
needs to obtain a lock that is not available.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Respond to any mount request for the
indicated volume.
ANR1255W
Files on volume volume name cannot be
restored - access mode is "unavailable"
or "offsite".
Explanation: During processing of a RESTORE
STGPOOL or RESTORE VOLUME command, files on a
copy storage pool volume cannot be restored because
of the volume's access mode.
System action: The server continues restore
processing, but skips the indicated volume.
User response: If the volume is stored at an offsite
location, bring the volume onsite. Use the UPDATE
VOLUME command to change the access mode for the
volume and restart the restore command.
User response: Reissue the restore command.
ANR1256W
ANR1251E
Command: Process process ID terminated thread resource not available.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
cannot start a thread.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Reissue the restore command. If the
error persists, it may indicate a shortage of server
memory.
ANR1252E
Command: Process process ID terminated sufficient memory is not available.
Explanation: During restore processing, there is not
enough server memory available.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server; and then reissue the restore
command.
ANR1253E
Command: Process process ID terminated internal server error detected.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
encounters an internal error.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1254I
Removable volume volume name is
required for restore processing.
Explanation: During processing of a RESTORE
STGPOOL or RESTORE VOLUME command, the server
determines that a removable volume is required.
System action: Unless this is a preview process, the
server attempts to mount the removable volume.
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Volume volume name contains files that
could not be restored.
Explanation: During processing of a RESTORE
STGPOOL or RESTORE VOLUME command, the server
determines that the indicated volume contains one or
more files that could not be restored. If this is a
preview operation, this message indicates that a
restorable backup copy cannot be found for one or
more files on the indicated volume. If this is an actual
restore operation, this message could result if any of
the following conditions exist for a file on the indicated
volume:
v A restorable backup copy cannot be found for the
file.
v A restorable backup copy of the file exists, but is
located on a copy storage pool volume whose access
mode is unavailable or offsite.
v During restore processing, a backup copy was
selected for restore processing, but was deleted or
moved before the file was actually restored. This
action could occur as a result of MOVE DATA,
DELETE VOLUME, AUDIT VOLUME FIX=YES, or
reclamation processing of a copy storage pool
volume while the restore was in progress.
v A restorable backup copy of the file exists, but is on
a copy storage pool volume that cannot be accessed
since no drive path exists.
System action: None.
User response: If this was an actual restore operation,
check for messages indicating that files could not be
restored because a copy storage pool volume was
unavailable or offsite. Check to see if a move data,
delete volume, audit volume, or reclamation process
occurred for a copy storage pool while the restore was
in progress. If either of these conditions existed, correct
the situation and reissue the restore command.
ANR1257W • ANR1264I
ANR1257W
Storage pool backup skipping damaged
file on volume volume name: Node node
name, Type file type, File space filespace
name, fsId filespace id, File name file name.
Explanation: During storage pool backup, a file is
encountered that was previously found to be damaged.
If this file is part of an aggregate, the entire aggregate
was previously marked damaged, possibly because an
integrity error was detected for some other file within
the aggregate.
System action: The damaged file will not be backed
up.
User response: Audit the indicated volume with
FIX=YES. The audit will verify whether or not the file
is damaged and perform one of the following actions:
v If the the file is found to be undamaged, the audit
will reset the file status. If the file is part of an
aggregate, the audit will reset the aggregate status if
the entire aggregate is found to be undamaged.
v If the file is found to be damaged and the file had
not previously been backed up to a copy storage
pool, the audit will delete the file.
v If the file is found to be damaged and the file has
previously been backed up to a copy storage pool,
the audit will report the file as damaged and you
must use the RESTORE STGPOOL command to
recover the file.
ANR1258W
Files on volume volume name needed for
move data cannot be accessed - access
mode is "unavailable", "offsite", or
"destroyed".
Explanation: During a move data operation, files on a
storage pool volume cannot be copied because of the
volume's access mode. The server cannot move data on
a volume that has an access mode of "unavailable",
"offsite", or "destroyed".
System action: The server continues move data
processing, but one or more files were not moved from
the volume.
User response: If the specified volume can be made
available, use the UPDATE VOLUME command to
change the access mode for the volume and reissue the
MOVE DATA or MOVE NODEDATA command.
ANR1259W
Files on volume volume name needed for
offsite reclamation cannot be accessed access mode is "unavailable" or "offsite".
Explanation: During reclamation processing of an
offsite volume, files on a storage pool volume cannot
be copied because of the volume's access mode.
System action: The server continues reclamation, but
one or more files were not moved from an offsite
volume, which prevents it from being reclaimed.
User response: If the specified volume can be made
available, use the UPDATE VOLUME command to
change the access mode for the volume and initiate
reclamation again by updating the reclamation
threshold for the copy storage pool.
ANR1260W
Volume volume name contains one or
more damaged, primary files.
Explanation: This message is issued during RESTORE
STGPOOL processing. The indicated volume contains
one or more primary, noncached files that have
previously been found to be damaged.
System action: If this is not a preview operation, the
restore processing attempts to restore the damaged files
from copies located in a copy storage pool. If this is a
preview operation, no system action is taken.
User response: You can take the following actions:
v Issue the QUERY CONTENT command with
DAMAGED=YES to obtain a list of damaged files on
the indicated volume.
v Audit the indicated volume with FIX=NO to verify
that the files are damaged; the audit will reset the
status of any files that are found to be undamaged
during the audit.
v If this message was issued during a restore preview
operation, attempt to restore the damaged files using
the RESTORE STGPOOL command.
v Audit the indicated volume with FIX=YES to delete
the damaged files from the database.
ANR1263I
command: Processing completed
successfully.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command has completed successfully.
System action: Processing for the command
completes. Statistics on the number and type of objects
moved, together with the total number of bytes copied,
are displayed on the server console following this
message.
User response: None.
ANR1264I
Command: Processing canceled before
completion.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command has been canceled with the
CANCEL PROCESS command.
System action: Processing for the command command
ends. Statistics on the number and type of objects
moved, together with the total number of bytes copied,
are displayed on the server console following this
message.
User response: None.
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ANR1265E
Salvage volume command: Processing
terminated abnormally - error accessing
data storage.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in accessing data storage while executing a salvage
volume operation.
System action: The operation is ended and server
operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If you find and
resolve the error, retry the operation. If you cannot find
the error, contact your service representative for
assistance in resolving the problem.
ANR1266E
Salvage volume command: Processing
terminated abnormally - volume not a
storage pool volume.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in accessing data storage while executing a salvage
volume operation.The error occurred because an
attempt has been made to access a volume that was not
a storage pool volume.
System action: The command command operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Issue the command with a valid
volume name.
ANR1267I
Salvage volume command: Processed
number volume(s).
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command inspected number
input volumes.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1270I
Salvage volume command: File (internal file
identifierinternal file identifier) recovered.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered a file. The
new file was given a new, system generated name
based on the internal file identifier and the name of the
volume from which the file was recovered. The internal
file identifier is the identifier by which the file was
known to the server before the file was deleted.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1271I
Salvage volume command: * number bytes
recovered from volume volume.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered a file from
the volume volume. The number of bytes recovered from
the volume is listed.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1272I
Salvage volume command: * File is
complete - it began and ended on
volume volume.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered a file from
the volume volume. The file was completely contained
on volume.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1268I
Salvage volume command: Recovered
number byte(s).
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered number
bytes worth of data.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1269I
Salvage volume command: Recovered
number file(s).
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered number
files.
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ANR1273I
Salvage volume command: * File is
incomplete - it began on volume volume
but did not end.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered a file from
the volume volume. The file was not completely
contained on volume. Although the file began on this
volume, it spanned out to a different volume.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1274I • ANR1282I
ANR1274I
Salvage volume command: * File is
incomplete - it ended on volume volume
but did not begin there.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered a file from
the volume volume. The file was not completely
contained on volume. Although the file ended on this
volume, it spanned in from a different volume.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1275I
Salvage volume command: * File is
incomplete - it did not began or end on
volume volume.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command recovered a file from
the volume volume. The file was not completely
contained on volume. It spanned in from one volume
and spanned out to a another.
System action: Salvage processing for the command
completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1276E
Command: Process terminated - sufficient
memory is not available.
Explanation: During salvage processing, not enough
server memory is available.
System action: The salvage process ends.
User response: If necessary, make more memory
available to the server, and then reissue the salvage
command.
ANR1277E
Command: Process terminated - the
default management class in the active
policy set in policy domain domain name
does not contain an archive copy group.
Unable to continue with salvage.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command Salvage volume command was unable to
recover any files because the default management class
in the active policy set in policy domain does not contain
an archive copy group.
System action: The salvage process ends.
User response: Add an archive copy group to the
default management class in the active policy set of the
specified domain, and then reissue the salvage
command.
ANR1278I
Occupancy is incorrect for storage pool
storage pool name. Occupancy is being
reset.
Explanation: The server has detected incorrect
occupancy information.
System action: The server recalculates the occupancy
value based on current storage pool information.
User response: None.
ANR1279I
Occupancy is incorrect for volume name
volume name. Occupancy is being reset.
Explanation: The server has detected incorrect
occupancy information.
System action: The server recalculates the occupancy
value based on current sequential volume information.
User response: None.
ANR1280E
Command: Process process ID terminated transaction aborted.
Explanation: During backup processing, the server
detected an error while attempting to commit a
transaction. This message should be preceded by other
messages that give additional information about the
failed transaction.
System action: The indicated backup process ends.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1281E
Command: Process process ID terminated transaction aborted.
Explanation: During restore processing, the server
detected an error while attempting to commit a
transaction. This message should be preceded by other
messages that give additional information about the
failed transaction.
System action: The indicated restore process ends.
User response: Check for additional messages and
eliminate the condition that caused the failed
transaction.
ANR1282I
Logical occupancy is incorrect for
storage pool storage pool name. Logical
occupancy is being reset.
Explanation: The server has detected incorrect logical
occupancy information.
System action: The server recalculates the logical
occupancy value based on current storage pool
information.
User response: None.
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ANR1283I
File count is incorrect for storage pool
storage pool name - file count is being
reset.
Explanation: The server has detected an incorrect
count of the number of files within this storage pool.
User response: Examine previous messages to
determine whether all of the move node data processes
ended successfully.
ANR1293E
System action: The server will correct this
information.
User response: None.
ANR1284I
Move node data started as process
process ID.
Explanation: A process has been started to move data
by node.
System action: The indicated process has started.
User response: To query the progress of the process,
use the QUERY PROCESS command. To cancel the
background process, use the CANCEL PROCESS
command. Use the process ID number to specify this
process.
ANR1288I
Move node data process process ID
ended for storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: A move node data process for the named
storage pool has ended.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1289I
Move node data process process ID
terminated for the storage pool storage
pool name - process canceled.
Explanation: During move node data processing in
the indicated storage pool, the process performing the
move node data has been canceled.
System action: If other move node data processes are
executing for the storage pool, these processes continue.
User response: None.
ANR1290I
The process of moving node data from
the storage pool name storage pool to the
storage pool name storage pool is
complete. Number of files moved:
number of moved files. Number of bytes
moved: number of moved bytes. Number of
deduplicated bytes moved: number of
moved dedup bytes. Number of unreadable
files: number of unreadable files. Number
of unreadable bytes: number of unreadable
bytes.
Explanation: The process of moving node data for the
specified storage pool ended with the displayed results.
System action: None.
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Space-reclamation process process
number: Fifty files in offsite storage-pool
volumes do not have copies in
accessible storage pools.
Explanation: More files in offsite storage-pool volumes
might exist for which copies cannot be located. If this is
the case, message ANR1173E is not displayed.
System action: The IBM Spectrum Protect server skips
files that do not have copies. The server does not move
the files from offsite storage-pool volumes.
User response: To view detailed information about all
the files that are skipped during the space-reclamation
process, enable trace AFUNAVAILABLE and look in the
trace log.
ANR1294I
Process process ID skipped skipped files
files on volume volume name because of
deduplicated files.
Explanation: While moving or copying files from the
sequential FILE volume shown to a DISK storage pool,
files that had deduplicated extents were encountered.
As a result, the files were skipped.
The sequential FILE volume shown is assigned to a
storage pool that has deduplication enabled or at one
time had deduplication enabled. Some of the files on
the volume have deduplicated extents and can not be
moved or copied to the DISK storage pool.
System action: The server moves or copies all files
from the volume that do not have deduplicated extents.
Those files that do have deduplicated extents are
skipped.
User response: If attempting a MOVE
DATA/NODEDATA to move the files with
deduplicated extents to the DISK storage pool, one
must first perform a MOVE DATA/NODEDATA to
another sequential storage pool that does not have
deduplication enabled. This move will restore the
deduplicated files to their complete state in the target
storage pool. Once all deduplicated data has been
moved, perform a MOVE DATA or MOVE
NODEDATA to the DISK storage pool from the target
storage pool. It is recommended to use a FILE storage
pool as the target.
If attempting a RESTORE STGPOOL/VOLUME to copy
the files with deduplicated extents, one must first
perform a RESTORE STGPOOL/VOLUME to another
sequential storage pool that does not have
deduplication enabled. This will restore the
deduplicated files to their complete state in the target
storage pool. Once all deduplicated data has been
restored, perform a MOVE DATA/NODEDATA to the
DISK storage pool from the target storage pool. It is
ANR1295W • ANR1299E
recommended to use a FILE storage pool as the target.
ANR1295W
An attempt to set end reclamation date
for WORM volume volume name to end
reclamation date failed. end reclamation
date set to SnapLock retention date.
Explanation: IBM Spectrum Protect computes and
attempts to set the end reclamation date for a volume
based on the RETMIN and RETVER COPYGROUP
attributes. When setting the end reclamation date for
the named volume, the Network Appliance SnapLock
file system was unable to fulfil the request. It was,
however, able to set the date to the Snaplock retention
date, which is farther in the future than the requested
date. This is probably due to how the SnapLock NAS
file server's retention date is configured.
This warning message is only issued once per volume,
when this condition is detected when data is first
placed on the volume.
System action: The operation continues.
User response: Verify that the IBM Spectrum Protect
COPYGROUP attributes and the retention settings of
the Network Appliance file system are consistent with
your requirements for WORM volume storage.
ANR1296W
requirements for certain legal purposes and is moved
to other media, the data might no longer meet those
requirements.
System action: The command continues.
User response: Verify that the storage pools being
used meet your requirements for data protection and
retention.
ANR1297E
Explanation: Defining storage pools with
RECLAMATION=SNAPLOCK is only supported on a
server with archive data protection enabled.
System action: The define storage pool command
fails.
User response: Define the storage pool with
RECLAMATIONTYPE=THRESHOLD on this server. Or
else enable archive data retention protection on this
server, and try the command again.
ANR1298W
Storage pool storage pool name does not
contain WORM FILE volumes.
Explanation: This message might be issued during the
definition or updating of a storage pool, or during
BACKUP or RESTORE STGPOOL commands, or in
other such situations when it is determined that data
on WORM volumes might be moved to other media. It
names a storage pool that does not contain WORM
FILE volumes.
When it is issued during the DEFINE and UPDATE
STGPOOL commands, it indicates that the storage pool
being defined or updated is being configured with
WORM FILE volumes (Reclamationtype is SnapLock),
but other storage pools being specified on the storage
pool definition (for example, the Next or Reclaim or
Copy storage pool parameters) do not contain WORM
FILE volumes (Reclamationtype is Threshold). Such
configurations might cause data on those WORM FILE
volumes to be moved to a storage pool that does not
support WORM FILE volumes.
For other situations, this message might be issued
when there will be a movement of data from a storage
pool with WORM FILE volumes (Reclamationtype is
SnapLock) to a storage pool that does not have WORM
FILE volumes (Reclamationtype is Threshold).
The server allows this type of movement, but the
customer needs to be aware that if data is moved from
a WORM FILE volume to another type of media, the
data may no longer be protected from inadvertent or
malicious deletion. In addition, if this data is on
WORM volumes to meet data retention and protection
Storage pools with
RECLAMATIONTYPE=SNAPLOCK can
only be defined on servers with archive
data retention protection enabled.
The server encountered an error in
attempting to delete an object in a
Centera storage device. The Centera
representation of the name is Centera
object string. The server was keeping
track of the object in volume id volume
id. The return code received was return
code.
Explanation: The server failed to delete an object in a
Centera storage device after server records concerning
the object were deleted. The object is no longer
accessible through the server. The object continues to
occupy space in the Centera storage device. The return
code that is returned is either from the server interface
to Centera services, or it can be directly from the
Centera device.
System action: The server continues operation, and
the object is logically deleted within the server, but
continues to occupy space in the Centera device.
User response: The server can continue to operate in
spite of this error. Centera service can be required if the
volume of unpurged objects becomes a problem.
ANR1299E
The server encountered an invalid
storage format while attempting a
partial object retrieve for object seg_id.
Explanation: A partial object retrieve was attempted
on a file that was stored in a format that does not
support partial object retrieves.
System action: The transaction ends and the retrieve
request fails.
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User response: Try the retrieve again, using a regular
or full retrieve instead of a partial object retrieve.
ANR1305I
Disk volume volume name varied online.
Explanation: The specified volume has been varied
online as the result of a VARY ONLINE command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1306I
Disk volume volume name varied online
(read-only).
SHRED value from non zero to zero or that the
specified Copy, Next or Reclaim storage pool has a
SHRED value zero. Such configurations may result in
data to become non shreddable if data from the
primary random access storage pool is moved to one of
the storage pools with a zero SHRED value.
System action: The command continues.
User response: Verify that the storage pools being
used meet your requirements for data protection.
ANR1310E
Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - insufficient memory.
Explanation: The specified volume has been varied
online in read-only mode as the result of a VARY
ONLINE command.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but sufficient
memory is not available to process the command.
System action: None.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: None.
User response: Reissue the command at a later time,
or make more memory available to the server.
ANR1307I
Disk volume volume name varied offline.
Explanation: The specified volume has been varied
offline as the result of a VARY OFFLINE command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1311E
Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - unable to access disk device.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but the server is
unable to access the disk.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
ANR1308W
Incorrect bytes read bytes read for offset
offset.
Explanation: The read operation fails. Check previous
messages in the activity log for a message that shows
an I/O error or warnings.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1309W
Shred value zero for storage pool storage
pool name may render deleted data non
shreddable.
User response: Attempt to determine the cause of the
inability to access the volume and correct the problem.
ANR1312E
Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - error reading disk.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified but the server
encounters an error reading the disk.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: Attempt to determine the cause of the
read error and correct the problem.
Explanation: This message is issued during the define
or update of a storage pool when a SHRED value of
zero has been found with a storage pool in the storage
pool hierachy.
ANR1313E
The server allows this type of operation, but the
administrator needs to be aware that if data is stored or
moved to the affected storage pool, the data cannot be
shredded after deletion.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but the volume is
formatted with a block size that cannot be used.
When it is issued during the DEFINE command, it
indicates that the storage pool definition is being
configured with a non zero SHRED value, however
other storage pools being specified on the definition
(for example, the Next or Reclaim or Copy storage pool
parameters) have a SHRED value of zero.
When issued during the UPDATE command, it
indicates the specified storage pool may be altering the
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Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - unsupported block size (block
size).
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: Reformat the disk with a block size
that is an evenly divisible by 4096.
ANR1314E • ANR1322W
ANR1314E
Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - reduced capacity (was count
blocks, now count blocks.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but the size of the
volume does not match the size expected.
the specified storage pool ended with the displayed
results.
System action: None.
User response: Examine previous messages to
determine whether all copy active data processes ended
successfully.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: Restore the volume or otherwise
correct the disk volume size, and reissue the command.
ANR1315E
Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - invalid label block.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but the label block
of the volume is invalid or cannot be read.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: Restore or reformat the disk volume.
ANR1316E
ANR1319I
Vary-on failed for disk volume volume
name - internal error detected.
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but fails due to an
internal server error.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: Contact your service representative.
The preview of copying active data from
the primary pool name primary storage
pool to the active data pool name active
data pool is complete. Number of files
copied: number of copied files. Number of
copied bytes: number of copied bytes.
Number of copied deduplicated bytes:
number of copied dedup bytes.
Explanation: The preview of copy active data
processing for the specified storage pool ended with
the displayed results.
System action: None.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1320W
Vary-on not possible for disk volume
volume name - access state is
"unavailable".
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but the status of
the volume is unavailable.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
ANR1317E
Command: Storage pool storage pool name
is not a shreddable pool.
Explanation: The command indicated specifies the
name of a storage pool which is not a shreddable pool.
The command syntax requires that
SHREDTONOSHRED=YES be specified when data is
moved from a shreddable storage pool to a non
shreddable storage pool.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with
SHREDTONOSHRED=YES.
ANR1318I
The process of copying active data from
the primary pool name primary storage
pool to the active data pool name active
data pool is complete. Number of
copied files: number of copied files.
Number of copied bytes: number of copied
bytes. Number of copied deduplicated
bytes: number of copied dedup bytes.
Number of unreadable files: number of
unreadable files. Number of unreadable
bytes: number of unreadable bytes.
User response: If necessary, use the UPDATE
VOLUME command to change the status of the
volume, and reissue the command.
ANR1321W
Vary-on not possible for disk volume
volume name - access state is "destroyed".
Explanation: A VARY ONLINE command has been
issued for the disk volume specified, but the status of
the volume is destroyed.
System action: The volume is not varied online.
User response: If necessary, use the UPDATE
VOLUME command to change the status of the
volume, and reissue the command.
ANR1322W
The shredding mode is already shredding
mode.
Explanation: A SETOPT SHREDDING command was
issued to change the shredding mode, but the new
mode is the same as the existing mode.
System action: The shredding mode is unchanged.
User response: None.
Explanation: The process of copying active data for
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ANR1323E
Command SHRED DATA is invalid for
automatic shredding mode.
Explanation: A SHRED DATA command was issued
while shredding mode is set to Automatic.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: Set the shredding mode to Manual or
wait for automatic shredding to shred the data.
ANR1324E
Process process number is already running
a SHRED DATA.
Explanation: A SHRED DATA command was issued
while another SHRED DATA process is still executing.
Only a single SHRED DATA process is allowed at any
time.
System action: Server operation continues. If any data
was skipped, the server will attempt to shred it the
next time shredding runs.
User response: None.
ANR1328E
The server has detected an attempt to
restore or retrieve a shredded object.
Explanation: An attempt was made to retrieve or
restore an object which has already been shredded. This
can happen if your datasbase was recently restored,
and data which existed at the time of the database
backup has since been erased and shredded.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Perform an AUDIT VOLUME
operation on the volume containing the shredded data.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: Wait for the current SHRED DATA
process to finish, and issue the command again.
ANR1325W
Shreddable object for node name:
type=type, file space=filespace name,
object=object name skipped.
Explanation: The object for node name, identified by
type, file space and object name was found in a
shreddable storage pool and is skipped, however the
EXPORT continues.
ANR1329I
Explanation: The automatic shredding of deleted
objects is starting.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1330E
System action: The server process continues exporting
and will skip all shreddable objects.
User response: Specify the
ALLOWSHREDDABLE=YES parameter when exporting
objects from a shreddable storage pool. Using this
option forces EXPORT to process all objects, including
objects found in shreddable storage pools.
Automatic shredding started.
The server has detected possible
corruption in an object that is being
restored or moved. The actual values for
the incorrect frame are: magic magic hdr
version ver hdr length hdrLen sequence
number seqNum data length length server
ID srvId segment ID segId crc crc.
Explanation: An invalid frame was detected. This
might indicate corruption within the object that is being
restored or moved.
System action: The object is not restored or moved.
ANR1326I
Shredding process complete after
shredding shredded bytes bytes and
skipping skipped bytes bytes.
Explanation: The shredding process has completed.
The amount of data successfully shredded and the
amount of data that was skipped are reported.
System action: Server operation continues. If any data
was skipped, the server will attempt to shred it the
next time shredding runs.
User response: None.
ANR1327I
Automatic shredding stopped. Total
bytes shredded was shredded bytes and
total bytes skipped was skipped bytes
bytes.
Explanation: The automatic shredding process has
ended. The amount of data successfully shredded and
skipped during automatic shredding is reported.
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User response: Retry the failing operation. If the
operation fails again, review additional information
that is available for this message: Search for
"ANR1330E" in the product information
(http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/
SSEQVQ/).
ANR1331E
Invalid frame detected. Expected magic
magic sequence number seqNum server id
servId segment id segId.
Explanation: This message indicates the expected
values when an invalid frame is detected.
System action: None.
User response: If contacting support, please provide
the information from this message.
ANR1332W • ANR1339W
ANR1332W
Shredding cancelled prior to
completion. Total bytes shredded was
shredded bytes and total bytes skipped
was skipped bytes bytes.
Explanation: The shredding process was cancelled
either because the specified duration has elapsed, or
because the CANCEL PROCESS command was used to
cancel it. The amount of data successfully shredded
and skipped is reported.
System action: Server operation continues. If any data
was skipped or not processed, the server will attempt
to shred it the next time shredding runs.
ANR1337I
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
encountered a database backup trigger, a database
space trigger, or recovery log space trigger, and
removed it as part of the database upgrade process.
System action: The trigger is deleted from the
upgraded database.
User response: None.
ANR1338E
User response: None.
ANR1335E
command: Database database name cannot
be the target of an upgrade because it is
not empty.
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB operation
cannot insert data into the specified database because
the database already contains data from another server.
Possible causes for this error include:
v The wrong database was specified in the
DATABASEALIAS option in the server's options file.
v The database was formatted using the DSMSERV
FORMAT command instead of the DSMSERV
LOADFORMAT command.
System action: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
terminates.
User response: Verify that the correct database name
is specified in the server's options file. If the correct
database is specified, and the database is not in use by
a different IBM Spectrum Protect server, then drop the
database and recreate it using the DSMSERV
LOADFORMAT command before rerunning the
DSMSERV INSERTDB command.
ANR1336I
command: Ready for connections from
the source server. Remaining time:
remaining time
A trigger type trigger has been removed.
One or more constraint violations were
detected. Examine log file log file name
for details.
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
encountered one or more instances where data being
inserted into the database violated a constraint or was
otherwise invalid. Information about the error, along
with the data that caused the error, was logged in the
specified log file.
System action: The offending row was not inserted
into the database. Instead, the contents of the row were
written to the specified log file along with additional
information about the specific error.
User response: Because some data was not inserted
into the database, the database is in an inconsistent
state. The server should not be started until the
problem is corrected.
Contact your service representative for assistance in
correcting the problem. You may be directed to
examine the log file, and in some cases, correct the
erroneous data and insert it into the database.
However, due to the sensitive nature of the database,
you should never attempt to do this unless directed to
do so by your service representative.
ANR1339W
Session session id underestimated a size
allocation request - additional spaceMB
more space was allocated to allow the
operation to continue.
System action: The command will continue to wait
until the source server establishes a server-to-server
connection and begins sending database information, or
until the specified amount of time has passed.
Explanation: This session required additional space
megabytes of space in order for the operation to
continue. The client is responsible for accurately
reporting the size of a file to be stored to the server.
The size reported by the client is used to reserve space
in the DISK storage pool to store this file. If this size is
underestimated, the server may not be able to allocate
the additional space needed for this file to continue
with this operation.
User response: Initiate a session from the source
server.
System action: None, the operation was able to
continue.
Explanation: The command has completed its
initialization, and is ready to begin receiving database
information from the source server.
User response: The installed version of the client for
this node should be evaluated. In most cases, if a client
has underestimated the sizes of files reported to the
server, this may have been corrected in a newer version
of the client. If this is an application using the IBM
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Spectrum Protect API that is not an IBM product,
contact the vendor for the application to have this
corrected.
ANR1340I
Scratch volume volume name is now
defined in storage pool storage pool name.
Explanation: The scratch volume specified has been
added to the storage pool shown.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1341I
Scratch volume volume name has been
deleted from storage pool storage pool
name.
Explanation: The scratch volume specified is no
longer in use and has been removed from the indicated
storage pool.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1342I
Scratch volume volume name is now
pending - volume will be deleted from
storage pool storage pool name after the
reuse delay period for this storage pool
has elapsed.
Explanation: All files have been deleted from the
indicated scratch volume. The volume will not be
removed from the storage pool until the reuse delay
time period for the indicated storage pool has elapsed.
If the storage pool does not have a reuse tdelay
specified, the indicated volume was emptied after it
had been requested by another process. It will be in the
full or filling state if the process places more data on
the tape, or it will be removed from the storage pool
after it is no longer required.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1343I
Unable to delete scratch volume volume
name.
Explanation: A scratch volume cannot be deleted from
the server and returned to scratch at this time because
all the locks have not be released. A number of retries
have been attempted.
System action: None
User response: The scratch volume will be
automatically deleted when the server is restarted. Or,
you may manually delete this volume later, using the
DELETE VOLUME command.
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ANR1344I
Volume volume name cannot be reused.
Remove the volume from server storage.
Explanation: A volume that was full and is now
empty cannot be reused by the server because the
volume is on WORM media.
System action: The volume is in a state where the
access mode is READONLY, the status is FULL, and the
percent utilized is 0. The server considers the volume
to be empty when calculating the occupancy and
utilization fields for the volume.
User response: The volume remains in the library and
in the storage pool, with the attributes described in the
System Action section. If this is not a volume in a
RECLAMATIONTYPE=SNAPLOCK storage pool, you
may remove the volume by performing these steps:
1. Remove the volume from the storage pool by
issuing the DELETE VOLUME command.
2. Remove the volume from the library by issuing the
CHECKOUT LIBVOLUME command.
If this is a volume in a
RECLAMATIONTYPE=SNAPLOCK storage pool, you
cannot remove the volume. Rather, allow IBM
Spectrum Protect reclamation processing to delete the
volume.
ANR1345I
Volume volume name cannot be reused
by other applications and will remain in
the storage pool.
Explanation: A WORM (write-once-read-many)
volume that has been written by the server cannot be
used by other applications. This volume was not full
and has been emptied due to expiration, delete
commands, or transaction failure.
System action: The volume remains in the storage
pool to be reused by IBM Spectrum Protect, unless it is
manually deleted. The remaining space on the volume
will be used in the normal course of server operation.
User response: If the volume is no longer to be used,
manually delete it from the storage pool.
ANR1346E
Export/import command: Preview
processing terminated abnormally error accessing data storage.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in accessing data storage while executing an import or
export preview operation.
System action: The export or import operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If you find and
resolve the error, retry the export or import operation.
If you cannot find the error, contact your service
representative for assistance in resolving the problem.
ANR1347E • ANR1354I
ANR1347E
Export/import command: Processing
terminated abnormally - error accessing
data storage.
Explanation: The server encountered an internal error
in accessing data storage while executing an import or
export operation.
System action: The export or import operation is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If you find and
resolve the error, retry the export or import operation.
If you cannot find the error, contact your service
representative for assistance in resolving the problem.
ANR1348I
Export Operation information for number
objects has been deleted.
Explanation: A background server process deleted
export operation information for number files from the
server database. This process started during
initialization to remove any unneeded export
information.
System action: The actual backup or archive objects
were not deleted. Only information used to sort these
objects during the previous export operation was
deleted.
ANR1350E
Explanation: A command was issued that specifies an
invalid FROM and TO date or time range. This error
can occur when the FROM date or time is not before
the TO date or time.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
date or time range.
ANR1351I
Error code during deletion of export
operation information for number
objects.
Explanation: A background server process
encountered an internal error after deleting export
operation information for number files from the server
database. This process started during initialization to
remove any sorting information which is left over from
previous export operations.
System action: The backup or archive objects were not
deleted. Only the information used to sort these objects
during the previous export operation was deleted. The
background process was terminated before all sorting
information was deleted. The system will not perform
further export processing of file data until this problem
is resolved.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages, then restart the
server. If the error cannot be isolated and resolved,
contact your service representative.
Export/import command: Processing
suspended with status status.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command was suspended with a SUSPEND
command.
System action: Processing for the command command
stops. Statistics on the number and type of objects
moved, together with the total number of bytes copied,
are displayed on the server console following this
message.
User response: None.
ANR1352I
User response: None.
ANR1349E
Command: Invalid time range specified.
FROM: fromdate fromtime TO: todate
totime.
Command started by administrator name as
process process ID has been suspended.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command by administrator administrator name
suspended processing.
System action: The specified process suspends, and
server operations continue.
User response: None.
ANR1353I
Command: Cannot cancel the EXPORT
operation with export identifier exportId.
The operation is currently active.
Explanation: The server cannot cancel the export
operation specified in the CANCEL EXPORT command
because it is currently running as an active process.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: Only suspended EXPORT operations
may be cancelled by issuing the CANCEL EXPORT
command. Issue the QUERY EXPORT command to
identify the current state of the EXPORT operation.
ANR1354I
command name: The EXPORTIDentifier
parameter is not supported when the
FILEDATA parameter is set to NONE.
Running as non-restartable export.
Explanation: The EXPORTIDentifier parameter is
ignored while the command continues.
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System action: The command runs and server
operations continue.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR1360I
ANR1355I
command name: An export operation
already exists with the
EXPORTIDentifier export ID.
Explanation: The export command fails.
System action: The command fails and server
operations continue.
User response: Reenter the export command with an
unused export identifier.
ANR1356I
Command: Cannot restart the EXPORT
operation with export identifier exportId.
The operation is currently active.
Explanation: The server cannot restart the export
operation specified in the RESTART EXPORT command
because the export operation is currently running as an
active process.
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been opened for output as the
volume number shown.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1361I
ANR1357I
command name: The EXPORTIDentifier
parameter is not supported when the
PREVIEWIMPORT parameter is
specified. Running as non-restartable
export.
Output volume volume name closed.
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been closed because the export or
dump is complete.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1362I
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: Only suspended Export operations
may be restarted using RESTART EXPORT command.
Issue the QUERY EXPORT command to identify the
current state the EXPORT operation.
Output volume volume name opened
(sequence number sequence number).
Output volume volume name closed
(full).
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been closed because the volume is
full.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1363I
Input volume volume name opened
(sequence number sequence number).
Explanation: The EXPORTIDentifier parameter is
ignored while the command continues.
Explanation: Because of a sequential data operation,
the volume specified has been opened for input as the
volume number shown.
System action: The command runs and server
operations continue.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR1364I
ANR1358I
Export Identifier: Export Id
Explanation: This is a restartable export operation that
can be referenced by the displayed EXPORTIDentifier
parameter.
System action: Server operations continue
User response: None.
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been closed because the operation
is complete.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1365I
ANR1359I
Suspend in progress
Explanation: The server-to-server export operation has
been suspended and will stop when resources have
been freed for the background process. This message
may be displayed in response to a QUERY PROCESS
command for an export operation.
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Input volume volume name closed.
Volume volume name closed (end
reached).
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been closed because processing of
the volume is complete.
System action: None.
ANR1366W • ANR1374I
User response: None.
ANR1366W
Input volume volume name contains an
invalid identifier.
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been mounted but contains an
invalid identifier.
System action: The volume is not used.
User response: Make sure you specified the correct
volume for the operation. If a LOADDB operation was
being performed on MVS, the command syntax may be
specified by using a ddname or by specifying a device
class name. You must use the same method that was
used when the database was originally dumped. If you
did not, this error message will be displayed. Try
loading the data base by using the other method of
syntax (ddname).
ANR1367W
Import volume volume name was written
by a different export process.
Explanation: During an IMPORT operation, the
volume specified has been mounted but contains an
export identifier that does not match the import
process.
System action: The volume is not used.
ANR1370E
Explanation: During IMPORT or EXPORT processing,
the server cannot allocate sufficient mount points for
the device class specified. The device class associated
with the EXPORT or IMPORT drive only has a mount
limit of one. The operation needs to read or write file
data from or to the same device class because file data
is being imported or exported.
System action: The IMPORT or EXPORT command is
ended and server operation continues.
User response: Make more mount points available.
ANR1371I
Input volume volume name contains
sequence number sequence number;
volume sequence number sequence
number is required.
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been mounted but contains the
wrong volume sequence number.
Command: The export operation with
export identifier Export Id has been
deleted.
Explanation: The suspended server-to-server export
operation has been deleted. This operation may no
longer be restarted. This message is be displayed in
response to a CANCEL EXPORT command.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1372I
User response: Supply a volume created by the proper
export process.
ANR1368W
Insufficient number of mount points
available in device class device class name.
Suspend export request accepted for
export process with export Identifier
Export Id ( process process ID).
Explanation: A SUSPEND EXPORT command has
been entered for the specified server-to-server export
process. Some processes will experience a delay before
they suspend. This delay may be lengthy for processes
that involve remote data movement.
System action: None.
User response: None.
Process process Id for Command has been
suspended on source server.
System action: The volume is not used.
ANR1373I
User response: Supply the volume with the proper
sequence number. The volume history file can help you
choose the correct volume.
Explanation: The background import process has been
suspended on the source server.
ANR1369E
Input volume volume name contains
Version 1 dump.
Explanation: During a sequential data operation, the
volume specified has been mounted but appears to
contain a version 1 database dump.
System action: The volume is not used. The operation
is terminated.
User response: Make sure you specified the correct
volume for the operation. A Version 1 database dump
may not be loaded into a Version 2 server. The Version
1 database dump must only be loaded into a Version 1
server.
System action: The specified process ends, and server
operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1374I
Process process Id for Command has been
canceled on source server.
Explanation: The background import process has been
canceled on the source server.
System action: The specified process ends, and server
operation continues.
User response: None.
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ANR1375I
Command: Cannot suspend the export
operation export Id because the current
state is not valid.
Explanation: This message is returned in response to a
SUSPEND EXPORT command which specified an
export operation that is not currently suspendible. The
export operation may not be running, or it may be in
the process of being suspended.
System action: The specified command fails, and
server operation continues.
ANR1380I
Explanation: The server has turned the buffer pool
monitor switch to 'ON'.
System action: Server continues processing.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1381W
User response: None.
ANR1376I
Analyst authority has been revoked for
administrator administrator name.
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
encountered an administrator with analyst authority,
and revoked the authority as part of the database
upgrade process.
The buffer pool monitor switch is
enabled.
The buffer pool monitor switch is
disabled 'OFF'. A manual update might
be needed.
Explanation: The server failed to turn the buffer pool
monitor switch to 'ON'.
System action: Server continues processing.
User response: No action is required at this time. But
a manual update might be needed before executing
command 'Q DBS' or 'Q DB F=D'. Refer to message
1139I.
System action: The analyst authority is revoked.
User response: None.
ANR1377I
Analyst authority has been revoked for
administrator id administrator id.
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
encountered an administrator with analyst authority,
and revoked the authority as part of the database
upgrade process.
System action: The analyst authority is revoked.
User response: None.
ANR1378I
command: No connection was received
after session wait time minutes.
Explanation: The command waited the specified
amunt of time for the source server to connect, but no
connection was established.
ANR1382E
The server failed with error code return
code when attempting to update a
database parameter.
Explanation: Cannot update a database parameter
with the value specified in the server options file.
System action: The server initialization fails.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Contact your service representative for further
ANR1383I
Memory usage by the database manager
is limited to instance memory in MBMB.
Explanation: The memory dedicated to the database
manager was set successfully.
System action: Server continues processing.
User response: None.
System action: The command terminates.
User response: Rerun the command. Either specify a
larger value for the SESSWAIT parameter, or establish a
connection from the source server more quickly.
ANR1379I
command: Read bytes bytes and inserted
database entries database entries in elapsed
time (read rate megabytes per hour).
Explanation: The command read the indicated
number of bytes, and wrote the indicated number of
database entries.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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ANR1384E
The update to set memory used by IBM
Spectrum Protect server database to
instance memory in MBMB failed.
Explanation: Attempt to set memory dedicated to IBM
Spectrum Protect server database failed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Collect all messages prior to this one
and contact your service representative for further
assistance.
ANR1385E • ANR1392E
ANR1385E
The database name is either invalid or
missing in the server option file.
Explanation: While attempting to format a database,
the IBM Spectrum Protect server has found that the
database name is either invalid or missing.
System action: Server format stops.
User response: Before reissuing the command to
format the database, check the following items:
v Ensure that the server options file has a valid name
for for IBM Spectrum Protect server database. The
database name is specified with the
DATABASEALIAS option. The database name is a
unique character string containing from one to eight
letters, numbers, or keyboard characters. The name
can contain any of the following characters: a-z, A-Z,
0-9, @, #, and $.
v Ensure that the command is using the correct options
file for the server. If you are using the -o option with
the command to specify a server options file, ensure
that the name and location of the file is correct.
ANR1386I
Beginning schema verification for the
database insert process.
Explanation: The database insert process is verifying
that the database schema is correct.
System action: The server will verify the correctness
of the database schema before inserting any database
records.
ANR1389I
Explanation: The database insert process is
terminating after verifying the database schema
because the CHECKSCHEMA=ONLY parameter was
specified.
System action: The database insert process terminates.
User response: Rerun the command without
specifying the CHECKSCHEMA=ONLY parameter.
ANR1390E
Schema verification for the database
insert process has completed.
Explanation: The database insert process has
successfully verified that the database schema is
correct.
System action: If CHECKSCHEMA=YES was specified
then the database insert process will begin inserting
records into the database.
User response: None.
ANR1388E
Schema verification for the database
insert process detected inconsistencies.
Column source column name (source
column number) in legacy table source
table name is mapped to an invalid
column (target column number) in target
table target table name (maximum column
is table size).
Explanation: The database insert process has detected
a discrepency while verifying the data base schema. A
column in the source database table was mapped to an
invalid column in the target table. The target column
number is higher than the number of columns in the
target table.
System action: The database insert process terminates.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1391E
User response: None.
ANR1387I
The database insert process is
terminating because
CHECKSCHEMA=ONLY was specified.
Column source column name (source
column number) in legacy table source
table name is mapped to the wrong
column target column name (target column
number) in target table target table name.
Explanation: The database insert process has detected
a discrepency while verifying the data base schema. A
column in the source database table was mapped to the
wrong column in the target table.
System action: The database insert process terminates.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR1392E
Column target column name (target column
number) in target table target table name is
not set by upgrade, but does not allow
NULLs and has no default value.
System action: The database insert process terminates.
Explanation: The database insert process has detected
a discrepency while verifying the data base schema. A
column in the target database table is not set, does not
have a default value and does not allow NULLs.
User response: Contact your service representative.
System action: The database insert process terminates.
Explanation: Inconsistencies were detected during
database schema verification.
User response: Contact your service representative.
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ANR1393I
Memory usage by the database manager
is set to AUTOMATIC.
Explanation: The memory dedicated to IBM Spectrum
Protect server database was set to automatic
successfully.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1399I
System action: Server continues processing.
User response: None.
ANR1394E
The update to set memory used by IBM
Spectrum Protect server database to
AUTOMATIC failed.
Explanation: Attempt to set memory dedicated to IBM
Spectrum Protect server database to automatic failed.
Explanation: This message indicates the total number
of database objects that were not successfully processed
during database insert processing.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1400W
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Collect all messages prior to this one
and contact your service representative for further
assistance.
Insertdb command: Failed to process
number of database objects database
objects.
Mount request denied for volume
volume name - mount canceled.
Explanation: The volume shown cannot be mounted
because the mount request has been canceled.
System action: The volume is not mounted.
User response: None.
ANR1395I
Insertdb command: Process process number,
database insert, has completed.
Explanation: The database insert process process
number has completed.
System action: Database insert processing ends.
User response: None.
ANR1396E
Insertdb command: Process process number,
database insert, has completed with
errors.
Explanation: The database insert process process
number has completed, but errors were encountered by
the process.
System action: Database insert processing ends.
User response: Review any messages that were issued
by the process, and take corrective action as
appropriate.
ANR1397I
Insertdb command: Found number of
database objects database objects.
Explanation: This message indicates the total number
of database objects that were found during database
insert processing.
System action: Server processing continues.
ANR1401W
Mount request denied for volume
volume name - mount failed.
Explanation: The volume shown cannot be mounted
because the mount request cannot be completed
successfully. Possible reasons include, an error in device
specifications to the server or the mount request timed
out.
System action: The volume is not mounted.
User response: If the device specifications (DEFINE
DEVCLASS and so forth) are in error, correct them and
reissue the command that requested the volume to be
mounted.
ANR1402W
Mount request denied for volume
volume name - volume unavailable.
Explanation: The volume shown cannot be mounted
because it is not available.
System action: The volume is not mounted.
User response: If the attempted mount occurs in a
library sharing environment and the library manager
was recently recycled, try again in five minutes. In this
case the library manager and library client need a few
minutes to reestablish communication and synchronize
the mounting information between the two servers.
User response: None.
ANR1403W
ANR1398I
Insertdb command: Processed number of
database objects database objects.
Explanation: This message indicates the total number
of database objects that were successfully processed
during database insert processing.
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Scratch volume mount request denied mount canceled.
Explanation: A scratch volume cannot be mounted
because the mount request has been canceled.
System action: The scratch volume is not mounted.
User response: None.
ANR1404W • ANR1412W
ANR1404W
Scratch volume mount request denied mount failed.
ANR1408I
Insertdb command: PREVIEW=YES was
specified. No data will be inserted into
the database.
Explanation: A scratch volume cannot be mounted
because the mount request cannot be completed
successfully. Possible reasons include, an error in device
specifications to the server or the mount request timed
out.
Explanation: PREVIEW=YES was specified on the
INSERTDB command. Database data will be read and
checked for errors, but no data will be written into the
database.
System action: The scratch volume is not mounted.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: If the device specifications (for
example, DEFINE DEVCLASS) are in error, correct
them and reissue the command that requested the
volume to be mounted.
User response: None.
ANR1405W
Scratch volume mount request denied no scratch volume available.
Explanation: A scratch volume cannot be mounted
because no scratch volume is available.
System action: The scratch volume is not mounted.
User response: None.
ANR1406E
Simultaneous write operation could not
release all the acquired mount points.
Explanation: A simultaneous write to a primary and
copy storage pools failed to release all the acquired
mount points. When a simultaneous write operation
begins it will attempt to acquire all of the necessary
mount points. If a mount point cannot be acquired or
the simultaneous write operation has to wait for a
mount point, then the operation will release any mount
points it has already acquired. This prevents the
simultaneous write operation from holding mount
points and other mount requests from completing. This
message is issued if one of the previously acquired
mount points cannot be released.
System action: At least one mount point acquired by
simultaneous write operation is not released.
ANR1409W
Volume volume name already in use skipped.
Explanation: During an export or database backup, a
volume cannot be used because it is already defined in
a storage pool, or has already been used by the current
operation, or has been previously used by an export or
database backup operation (as recorded in the volume
history) or is in use by another process.
System action: The operation continues and the
volume is skipped.
User response: Use the QUERY VOLUME command
to display the names of volumes that are defined to
server storage pools. Use the QUERY VOLHISTORY
command to display the names of volumes that have
been used for export or database backup operations. If
no volume names are displayed using the query
commands described above, ensure that the volume
identified in this message has not been specified or
used more than once in the operation being performed.
ANR1410W
Access mode for volume volume name
now set to "unavailable".
Explanation: The status of the volume shown has
been set to unavailable.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR1411W
ANR1407W
Scratch volume mount request denied storage pool pool name has reached
maxscratch limit.
Explanation: A scratch volume cannot be mounted
because the storage pool has reached the maximum
scratch volume limit allowed by the MAXSCRATCH
parameter.
System action: A scratch volume is not mounted.
User response: Use the UPDATE STGPOOL poolname
MAXSCRATCH=xx command command to increase the
number of scratch volumes allowed in the storage pool.
Access mode for volume volume name
now set to "read-only" due to write
error.
Explanation: Because of an unrecoverable write error
on the volume shown, the status of the volume has
been set to read-only.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1412W
Volume volume name access mode is
"unavailable".
Explanation: At server startup, the status of the
indicated volume is unavailable.
System action: None.
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User response: None.
ANR1413W
Volume volume name access mode is
"read-only".
Explanation: At server startup, the status of the
indicated volume is read-only.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1414W
Volume volume name access mode is
"read-only" due to previous write error.
Explanation: At server startup, the status of the
indicated volume is read-only due to an unrecoverable
write error, or because an administrator used the
UPDATE VOLUME command to set the volume access
mode to read-only.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1415W
Volume volume name access mode is
DESTROYED.
Explanation: At server startup, the status of the
indicated volume is DESTROYED. This status can
result because the access mode was set to DESTROYED
by a storage administrator. This status can also result
because the server determined that the database
records associated with this volume are damaged and
set the status of the volume to DESTROYED. If this is
the case, the server also issues an ANR1316E message.
System action: None.
User response: You can issue the RESTORE VOLUME
server command to restore the volume if a storage pool
backup is available.
ANR1416I
command: Read bytes bytes and inserted
database entries database entries in elapsed
time (read rate megabytes per hour).
Checked database objects of database objects
database objects.
Explanation: The command read the indicated
number of bytes, and wrote the indicated number of
database entries. The command has checked the
integrity of the indicated number of database tables.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1417W
Access mode for volume volume name
now set to "read-only" due to excessive
read error.
Explanation: Because of an numerous read errors on
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the volume shown, the status of the volume has been
set to read-only.
System action: None.
User response: Use QUERY VOLUME
FORMAT=DETAILED for the volume to view the
access mode and number of read errors. You may want
to use the MOVE DATA command to move the
retrievable data from this volume to another volume.
For the damaged files, use the RESTORE VOLUME
command to restore a readable copy of the file to the
storage pool.
ANR1418E
command name: Export commands that
target another server cannot be issued
from the server console.
Explanation: An EXPORT command that targets
another server was issued from the server console. This
command cannot be issued from the server console
because it requires authentication of the issuing
administrator on the target server.
System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
User response: Issue the command from an
administrative client.
ANR1419E
command name : FROMDATE must be
specified when FROMTIME is
specified.
Explanation: A command that supports the
FROMDATE and FROMTIME parameters was issued
with the FROMTIME parameter specified, but without
the FROMDATE parameter. When the FROMTIME
parameter is used, the FROMDATE parameter must be
specified.
System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
User response: Reissue the command with both the
FROMDATE and FROMTIME parameters specified.
ANR1420W
Read access denied for volume volume
name - volume access mode =
"unavailable".
Explanation: An attempt to access the named volume
for reading fails because the volume status is
unavailable.
System action: The volume is not used for read
access.
User response: None.
ANR1421W • ANR1428W
ANR1421W
Read access denied for volume volume
name - volume is offline.
Explanation: An attempt to access the named volume
for reading failed because the volume is offline.
System action: The volume is not used.
User response: None.
ANR1422W
Read access denied for volume volume
name - volume access mode="offsite".
Explanation: An attempt to access the named volume
for reading failed because the volume status is offsite.
System action: The volume is not used for read
access.
User response: None.
ANR1423W
Scratch volume volume name is empty
but will not be deleted - volume access
mode is "offsite".
Explanation: The named scratch volume is empty but
will not be deleted at this time because the access mode
is offsite.
System action: The volume is not deleted.
User response: After bringing the volume onsite,
change the access mode to read-only so the volume will
be deleted.
ANR1424W
Read access denied for volume volume
name - volume access mode="destroyed".
Explanation: An attempt to access the named volume
for reading failed because the volume status is
destroyed.
System action: The volume is not used for read
access.
User response: None.
ANR1425W
Scratch volume volume name is empty
but will not be deleted - volume state is
"mountablenotinlib".
Explanation: The named scratch volume is empty but
will not be deleted at this time because the state of the
volume is MOUNTABLENOTINLIB. Possible reasons
include, a MOVE MEDIA command was used to check
the volume out of the library and the volume was
subsequently checked into the library using CHECKIN
LIBVOL without first running a MOVE MEDIA
command to update the volume state back to
MOUNTABLEINLIB state. If this should happen, the
QUERY MEDIA will display the volume to be in
MOUNTABLEINLIB state since QUERY MEDIA does
verify if the volume is actually in the library before
displaying the state of the volume.
System action: The volume is not deleted.
User response: The following steps may be used if the
volume is to be deleted:
1. Run CHECKOUT LIBVOL to check the affected
volume out of the library, the REMOVE=NO option
may be used to prevent actual volume movement
2. Run MOVE MEDIA * STG=*
WHERESTATE=MOUNTABLENOTINLIB
WHERESTATUS=EMPTY. When the volume is
moved by MOVE MEDIA
WHERESTATE=MOUNTABLENOTINLIB, the
scratch empty volume is deleted
3. Check the volume back into the library using
CHECKIN LIBVOL command
ANR1426I
All legacy FILE volumes have been
marked FULL.
Explanation: As part of the conversion of the database
to IBM Spectrum Protect version 5.3, all existing
non-full volumes of devtype FILE have been marked
FULL to keep them from being extended.
System action: All FILE volumes that were not
already FULL have been marked FULL and cannot be
appended to.
User response: None.
ANR1427E
No legacy FILE volumes were marked
FULL.
Explanation: As part of the conversion of the database
to IBM Spectrum Protect Version 5.3, all existing
non-full volumes of devtype FILE were attempted to be
made FULL. However, a database error prevented the
conversion, and the status of these volumes remains
unchanged.
System action: The volumes are not marked FULL.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. Contact your
service representative for further assistance.
ANR1428W
Shredding access denied for volume
volume name - volume is offline.
Explanation: An object on the indicated volume
cannot be shredded because the volume is offline.
System action: The object is not shredded at this time.
When the volume is put back online, another attempt
will be made to shred the object.
User response: Determine why the volume is offline,
and, if possible, place the volume back online.
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ANR1429E
Transaction failed for Import process invalid file space filespace name for node
node name was detected.
Explanation: During import processing, the server
encounters an invalid file space name.
System action: This action usually occurs when the
import is operating on a file space that is currently
being deleted as a result of an administrative command
or client action. The server ends import operation.
User response: Use the QUERY PROCESS command
to monitor and wait for any file space deletion
processes to complete, or cancel the process if you do
not want to delete the file space. Try the import
operation again after this action has been taken.
ANR1430W
Retrieval request denied for storage
pool storage pool name due to the access
state of the storage pool.
Explanation: An attempt was made to retrieve a file
from the storage pool shown, but the access mode of
the storage pool does not allow for retrieve requests.
System action: The file is not retrieved from this
storage pool. If possible, the file is retrieved from
another storage pool.
User response: Consider changing the access mode for
the storage pool.
ANR1431E
An error occurred while writing to side
A of volume volume name. An attempt
will be made to write to side B of this
volume.
Explanation: An error occurred while writing to side
A of a two-sided volume.
ANR1433I
Device configuration information
successfully written to file name.
Explanation: Device configuration information was
successfully written to the file specified.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1434W
No files have been identified for
automatically storing device
configuration information.
Explanation: The server is unable to automatically
update device configuration file. No files were
identified using the DEVCONFIG option in the server
options file.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If you would like to have the server
automatically record device configuration information
to assist in server recovery, use the DEVCONFIG
option in the server options file to specify where device
configuration information should be written. If you
update the options file, halt and then restart the server
so the changes can take effect.
ANR1435E
Server could not write device
configuration information to devconfig
file name.
Explanation: While attempting to write device
configuration information to defined files, the server
cannot write to the file name specified.
System action: The server cannot write device
configuration information to the specified file.
User response: None required if the side B can be
used successfully. However, the administrator should
investigate the cause of the error and may want to
move data from this volume.
User response: Examine error messages that may have
been displayed prior to this message and correct any
problems, if possible. Make sure that the server has
proper authority to write to the file indicated and that
there is sufficient space in the file system for the file.
On MVS, make sure that the data set has been allocated
and that the server has authority to write to the data
set. After the problem has been corrected, use the
BACKUP DEVCONFIG command to write device
configuration information to the file.
ANR1432I
ANR1436E
System action: No additional data will be written to
side A of this volume. Any remaining space on side A
will not be used. An attempt will be made to use the
reverse side (side B) of the volume.
Updating device configuration
information to defined files.
Explanation: The server is updating device
configuration information for the files or data sets
specified with the DEVCONFIG option in the server
options file.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
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Device configuration file devconfig file
name cannot be opened.
Explanation: While attempting to write device
configuration information to device configuration files,
the server cannot open the file name specified.
System action: The server does not write device
configuration information to the file specified.
User response: Examine error messages that may have
been displayed prior to this message and correct any
problems, if possible. Make sure that the server has
ANR1437E • ANR1443W
proper authority to write to the file indicated and that
there is sufficient space in the file system for the file.
On MVS, make sure that the data set has been allocated
and that the server has authority to write to the data
set. After the problem has been corrected, use the
BACKUP DEVCONFIG command to write device
configuration information to the file.
ANR1437E
No device configuration files could be
used.
Explanation: The server attempts to read device
configuration information from defined files and cannot
open any of the files.
System action: The operation is ended.
User response: Examine error messages that may have
been displayed prior to this message and correct any
problems, if possible. Ensure that the defined device
configuration files have been created. If you can start
the server, you can create the files by using the
BACKUP DEVCONFIG command. If you cannot start
the server, you will need to create a device
configuration file by editing the file and adding the
appropriate DEFINE commands for the device class,
drive, and library definitions. Make sure that the server
has proper authority to read from the defined device
configuration files.
ANR1438W
Skipping device configuration file:
devconfig file name.
Explanation: While attempting to read device
configuration information from a defined device
configuration file, the server encounters problems in
processing the definitions included in the file.
System action: The specified file is skipped, and the
next one specified in the server options file will be
used.
User response: Examine error messages that may have
been displayed prior to this message to understand
why the file could not be used. When you can start the
server again, you can refresh this file by using the
BACKUP DEVCONFIG command.
ANR1439E
Allocate prohibited - transaction failed.
Explanation: While attempting to preallocate storage
on a storage pool, the server detected that the
transaction for this operation has previously failed. This
error may occur when a large file is selected for backup
and the client did not properly estimate the file size.
There may not be enough space in the storage pool for
the file.
System action: An internal error is reported by the
server and the operation being performed is ended.
ANR1440I
All drives in use. Process process number
being preempted by higher priority
operation.
Explanation: When a high priority operation
attempted to find an available drive, all the drives were
in use. To make a drive available for this operation, the
indicated process is being cancelled by the system.
System action: The lower priority process is cancelled
to make a mount point (drive) available.
User response: When a drive again becomes available,
restart the process that was cancelled. If the process
was a migration or reclamation process, it will be
automatically restarted when needed. If this message
appears frequently, you may want to increase the
number of drives available. See the MOUNTLIMIT
parameter on the UPDATE DEVCLASS command.
ANR1441I
Volume volume name is in use. Process
process number being preempted by
higher priority operation.
Explanation: When a high priority operation
attempted to use a volume, it was in use. To make a
volume available for this operation, the indicated
process is being cancelled by the system.
System action: The lower priority process is cancelled
to the volume available.
User response: Restart the process that was cancelled.
It will wait until the higher priority process is finished
with the volume. If the cancelled process was a
migration or reclamation process, it will be
automatically restarted when needed.
ANR1442E
Invalid storage pool for store operation:
storage pool.
Explanation: The storage pool selected for a store
operation (for example, backup or archive) was not a
NATIVE or NONBLOCK data format storage pool. This
may be caused by an incorrect management class being
assigned to an object.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Ensure that the copy group destination
storage pool of the assigned management class has the
appropriate NATIVE or NONBLOCK data format.
ANR1443W
Process process ID terminated from
session session id. A potential
drive-contention deadlock was detected.
Explanation: See message.
User response: No action is required.
User response: Examine error messages that may have
been displayed prior to this message for more
information.
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ANR1444E
No device configuration file is defined.
ANR1449I
Explanation: No device configuration file is defined.
Check DEVCONFIG option in server options file.
System action: The specified configuration parameter
is skipped.
User response: Add the DEVCONFIG option to the
server options file, specifying a valid file or data set
name to use for the device configuration file.
ANR1445I
Insertdb command: Throughput was
megabytes per hour megabytes per hour.
Explanation: This message indicates the total
throughput (megabytes/hour) during database insert
processing.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1446I
RUNSTATS: Table updating statistics
started.
Explanation: This message indicates the update
statistics for all tables started.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
command name: Beginning parallel
SCRIPT command execution on line line
number.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that a
PARALLEL command was encountered and following
SCRIPT commands will be executed in parallel.
System action: The SCRIPT command continues.
User response: See the output of the commands
following the PARALLEL command to determine their
results.
ANR1450E
command name: Invalid command script
name: command script name.
Explanation: An invalid script name was specified for
a DEFINE, UPDATE, or DELETE SCRIPT command.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Reenter the command specifying a
valid command name.
ANR1452E
command name: Invalid line number: line
number.
Explanation: An invalid line number was specified for
a DEFINE, UPDATE, or DELETE SCRIPT command.
System action: The operation fails.
ANR1447W
command name: The server is not able to
begin a new thread to execute the
command on line line number in parallel.
The command will run serially.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command to indicate that thread resources are not
available to run the command in parallel. The
command will be executed serially.
User response: Reenter the command specifying a
valid line number.
ANR1453E
command name: Command script command
script name already exists.
Explanation: The script name specified in a DEFINE
SCRIPT command already exists.
System action: The SCRIPT continues.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Increase the resources available to the
server or reduce the number of parallel commands or
scripts that are running on the server at any one time.
User response: Reenter the command specifying a
different command name.
ANR1454I
ANR1448I
command name: Beginning serial SCRIPT
command execution on line line number.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that a SERIAL
command was encountered and following SCRIPT
commands will be executed serially.
command name: Command script command
script name defined.
Explanation: The script name specified in a DEFINE
SCRIPT command was successfully defined.
System action: None
User response: None
System action: The SCRIPT command continues.
User response: See the output of the commands
following the SERIAL command to determine their
results.
ANR1455E
command name: Command script command
script name does not exist.
Explanation: The script name specified in a DEFINE,
UPDATE, or DELETE SCRIPT command does not exist.
System action: The operation fails.
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User response: Reenter the command specifying a
different command name.
ANR1456I
command name: Command script command
script name updated.
Explanation: The script name specified in an UPDATE
SCRIPT command was successfully updated.
ANR1461I
command name: Executing command
script command script name.
Explanation: The specified command script is being
executed as a result of a RUN command.
System action: None
User response: None
System action: None
User response: None
ANR1457I
command name: Command script command
script name deleted.
Explanation: The script name specified in a DELETE
COMMAND command was successfully deleted.
ANR1462I
command name: Command script command
script name completed successfully.
Explanation: The specified command script, started
with a RUN command, has successfully completed.
System action: None
User response: None
System action: None
User response: None
ANR1458I
command name: Line line number was
deleted from command script command
script name.
Explanation: The specified line number was deleted
from the command script as a result of a DELETE
SCRIPT command.
System action: None
ANR1463E
command name: Command script command
script name completed in error.
Explanation: The specified command script, started
with a RUN command, encountered errors.
System action: Part or all of the command lines in the
script ended in error. Command processing is
terminated.
User response: Examine the messages preceeding this
message to determine the cause of the error. Correct the
command script and reissue the command.
User response: None
ANR1464E
ANR1459E
command name: Command script command
script name, line line number does not
exist.
command name: Command script command
script name, line line number, parameter
parameter number was not specified:
command line.
Explanation: The line in command script name
specified in a UPDATE, or DELETE SCRIPT command
does not exist.
Explanation: All parameters required to execute a
command script were not specified in the RUN
command.
System action: The operation fails.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reenter the command specifying a
different line number.
User response: Reenter the RUN command specifying
all required parameters.
ANR1460I
command name: Command script command
script name copied to new command script
name.
Explanation: The specified command script was
copied to a new script with the COPY SCRIPT
command.
System action: None
User response: None
ANR1465E
command name: Command script command
script name, line line number, parameter is
invalid: command line.
Explanation: An invalid parameter was encountered
in a command script.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Correct the script definition and
reexecute the RUN command.
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ANR1466I
command name: Command script command
script name, Line line number : command
line.
Explanation: The specified line for the command
script is being executed. The contects of the line being
executed are displayed.
System action: None
ANR1472I
command name: Command script command
script name renamed to new command
script name.
Explanation: The specified command script was
renamed with the RENAME SCRIPT command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: None
ANR1473E
ANR1468E
command name: Command script command
script name, continued line is too long
Explanation: The specified command script with
continuation lines is too long to be executed.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Correct the specified command script
so that it is shorter.
ANR1469E
command name: Command script command
script name, Line line number is an
INVALID command : command line.
Explanation: The specified line for the command
script is not a valid server command. This message is
displayed when a RUN command is executed with the
PREVIEW=YES parameter specified.
System action: Command Preview processing fails
User response: Correct the script and reenter the RUN
command.
command name: A command line cannot
be specified when the FILE= parameter
is used.
Explanation: The FILE= parameter was specified in
the DEFINE SCRIPT command AND a command line
was also specified for the SCRIPT. When the FILE=
parameter is specified, a command line cannot be
specified.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reenter the command without the
command line OR the FILE= parameter.
ANR1474E
command name: A line number cannot be
specified when the FILE= parameter is
used.
Explanation: The FILE= parameter was specified in
the DEFINE SCRIPT command AND a line number
was also specified for the SCRIPT. When the FILE=
parameter is specified, a line number cannot be
specified.
System action: The command fails.
ANR1470I
command name: Command script command
script name completed successfully
(PREVIEW mode).
Explanation: The specified command script, started
with a RUN command, has successfully completed.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: Reenter the command without the line
number OR the FILE= parameter.
ANR1475E
command name: File file name could not be
opened.
Explanation: A filename was specified in a command
but the specified file could not be opened by the server.
System action: The command fails.
ANR1471E
command name: Command script command
script name completed in error
(PREVIEW mode).
Explanation: The specified command script, started
with a RUN command, encountered errors.
System action: Part or all of the command lines in the
command script ended in error. Command processing
is terminated.
User response: Examine the messages preceeding this
message to determine the cause of the error. Correct the
script and reissue the command.
User response: Examine any messages that might
appear prior to this one in the activity log to determine
if the error can be found. If the file was to exist for use
by the command, ensure that the file does exists and
that the server has proper authority to access the file. If
the file was to be created by the command, ensure that
the filesystem has sufficient space and that the server
has authority to create the file in the location specified.
ANR1476E
command name: File file name contains no
data.
Explanation: The FILE= parameter was specified in a
command but the specified file did not contain script
command lines.
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System action: The command fails.
User response: Add script command lines to the file
or specify another file and reenter the command.
User response: Reenter the command specifying a
command line or description text.
ANR1482I
ANR1477E
command name: The OUTPUTFILE
parameter may only be specified when
FORMAT=RAW is specified.
Explanation: The OUTPUTFILE parameter was
specified in a QUERY SCRIPT command but the
FORMAT parameter did not specify RAW output.
When outputting the QUERY to a file, you MUST
specify RAW output format.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reenter the command specifyingthe
proper value for the FORMAT parameter or do not
specify the OUTPUTFILE parameter.
ANR1478E
command name: Error writing to file file
name.
Explanation: An error was encountered while writing
to the file specified.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Examine any messages that might
appear prior to this one in the activity log to determine
if the error can be found. Ensure that the filesystem has
sufficient space and that the server has authority to
create the file in the location specified.
ANR1479I
command name: Query output was
written to file file name.
Explanation: The output from the specified query was
successfully written to the specified file.
System action: The command completes successfully.
User response: None.
ANR1480E
command name: Description text is too
long.
Explanation: The specified description text is too long
for a command that allows description text to be
specified.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Reenter the command specifying a
shorter description.
ANR1481E
command name: A command line or
description must be specified.
Explanation: An UPDATE SCRIPT command was
specified with out a command line (script line) or
description text.
command name: Found label statement label
on line line number and continuing.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that the target
label for a GOTO statement was found.
System action: Command processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1483I
command name: Line line number
condition IF(condition) is NOT true statement is skipped.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that the a return
code condition check failed and the IF(..) statement is
skipped.
System action: Command processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1484I
command name: Line line number
condition IF(condition) is TRUE statement will be executed.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that the a return
code condition check succeeded and the IF(..) statement
is executed.
System action: Command processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1485I
command name: Ending SCRIPT with
EXIT statement on line line number.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that an EXIT
statement was encountered and SCRIPT termination
will end.
System action: The SCRIPT command ends.
User response: None.
ANR1486I
command name: Executing line line number
GOTO label name.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate that a GOTO
statement was encountered and processing will skip to
the named label.
System action: SCRIPT processing continues.
User response: None.
System action: The command fails.
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ANR1487I
command name: Command return code is
symbolic return code (return code severity).
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate the return code
that was returned from the latest command.
System action: SCRIPT processing continues.
System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
User response: Start the server command script from
an administrative client or schedule it for execution
using the administrative command scheduler.
ANR1492E
User response: None.
ANR1488E
command name: Line line number
condition IF(condition) is not a valid
condition.
Explanation: This message is issued if an IF()
statement in a SCRIPT does not specify proper
condition values.
System action: Command processing fails.
User response: Reenter the command using valid
conditions for the IF() statement.
ANR1489E
command name: Line line number is a
GOTO to a label (label name) that does
not exist or is associated with a line
prior to line line number.
Explanation: This message is issued if a GOTO
statement in a SCRIPT does not specify a label that
exists in the SCRIPT, or that does exist but is associated
with a line prior to the line that contains the GOTO
statement.
System action: Command processing fails.
User response: Correct the SCRIPT definition and
reenter the RUN command.
ANR1490W
command name: Command script command
script name does not contain any
commands.
Explanation: The script name specified in a RUN
command does not contain any commands.
System action: The RUN operation fails (has nothing
to do).
User response: Server command Scripts that contain
no commands will not execute. Add command lines to
the Script and reenter the RUN command.
command name: A loop has been detected
in server command script RUN
commands - command failed.
Explanation: A server command script DEFINE or
UPDATE command has created a situation where one
or more scripts invoke each other in a loop that can
cause the scripts to run idefinitely.
System action: The command fails to update the
server command script.
User response: Server command scripts can invoke
each other, but not in a fashion that causes a potential
loop in their execution. Specify the scripts in a manner
that does not cause them to invoke each other in a
loop.
ANR1493E
Command: Administrator administrator
name is not authorized to update or
delete command script command script
name.
Explanation: The specified administrator has entered
the indicated command, but this administrator does not
have the proper authority necessary to update or delete
this command script. If an administrator does not have
system authority, they must have previously created or
updated the script.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Issue the command from a properly
authorized administrator ID, or contact the
administrator that created the script.
ANR1494I
command name: Command return code is
numeric return code.
Explanation: This message is issued during a RUN
command (VERBOSE=YES) to indicate the numeric
return code that was returned from the latest
command.
System action: SCRIPT processing continues.
ANR1491E
Server command scripts cannot be
started from the server console.
Explanation: A server command script RUN
command was issued from the server console. Server
command scripts cannot be started from the server
console because they may require a long time to
complete and the server console should be available to
control other server functions.
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User response: None.
ANR1495E
command name: command script name is
currently running. Define, update or
delete can not be performed.
Explanation: An DEFINE, UPDATE or DELETE
SCRIPT was attempted on a script that is currently
running.
ANR1496I • ANR1505W
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Reenter the command when the script
is not running.
ANR1496I
ANR1502I
Policy domain domain name updated.
Explanation: In response to the UPDATE DOMAIN
command, the policy domain domain name has been
updated in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
Explanation: The ISSUE MESSAGE command with a
severity indicator of INFORMATION was issued.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1503I
User response: None.
Policy domain domain name copied to
domain target domain.
Explanation: The ISSUE MESSAGE command with a
severity indicator of WARNING was issued.
Explanation: In response to the COPY DOMAIN
command, the policy domain domain name has been
copied to a new policy domain named target domain.
All policy sets, management classes, and copy groups
are also copied to the target domain policy domain.
System action: Server operation continues.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR1498E
ANR1504I
Explanation: The ISSUE MESSAGE command with a
severity indicator of ERROR was issued.
System action: Server operation continues.
Explanation: The server cannot find any policy
domains with names that match the specification
entered in the command command.
User response: None.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR1499S
User response: Reissue the command with a
specification that matches an existing policy domain
name. Use the QUERY DOMAIN command to obtain a
list of the names of existing policy domains.
ANR1497W
Explanation: The ISSUE MESSAGE command with a
severity indicator of SEVERE was issued.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1500I
Policy domain domain name defined.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE DOMAIN
command, the policy domain domain name has been
defined in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1501I
Policy domain domain name deleted.
Explanation: In response to the DELETE DOMAIN
command, the policy domain domain name has been
deleted from the server database. All policy sets,
management classes, copy groups, and schedules
related to the domain have also been removed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1505W
Command: No matching domains.
The BACKUP copy group in
management class management class name
specifies a table of contents destination
storage pool : storage pool name that does
not exist. If this pool does not exist
when policy set policy set name is
activated, the creation of the table of
contents may fail for an image backup
when this management class is used for
the backup.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
DEFINE COPYGROUP, UPDATE COPYGROUP,
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During the indicated command processing,
the server has found a backup copy group that has a
table of contents (TOC) destination referring to an
undefined storage pool named storage pool name. If this
storage pool is undefined when the policy set is
activated, the creation of the TOC for an image backup
will fail if its TOC creation binds to the management
class whose copy groups reference this pool.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To locate the copy groups that refer to
the undefined storage pool, issue the QUERY
COPYGROUP command. To change the TOC
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destination to refer to an existing storage pool, issue
the UPDATE COPYGROUP command. To define the
storage pool, an authorized administrator can issue the
DEFINE STGPOOL command.
ANR1506E
Command: An incorrect storage pool
name - storage pool name was specified
for the TOC destination.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the storage pool name pool name
specified for the table of contents (TOC) is an invalid
destination storage pool type. A copy storage pool or
an active-data storage pool is not a valid copy group
TOC destination.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command using a storage
pool name that is not a copy pool or active-data pool.
For a list of names of defined storage pools, issue the
QUERY STGPOOL command.
update the server option file then reissue the format
command.
ANR1510I
Policy set set name defined in policy
domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE POLICYSET
command, the policy set named set name has been
defined in the policy domain named domain name in the
server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1511I
Policy set set name deleted from policy
domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to the DELETE POLICYSET
command, the policy set set name has been deleted from
the policy domain domain name in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1507I
Table of contents load retention is set to
number of minutes minutes.
Explanation: The number of minutes that the
unreferenced table of contents (TOC) data will remain
loaded in the server database has been set to the value
indicated with the SET TOCLOADRETENTION
command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1512I
Explanation: In response to the UPDATE POLICYSET
command, the policy set set name has been updated in
the policy domain domain name in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1513I
ANR1508E
Command: An incorrect table of contents
load retention retention value was
specified.
Explanation: A SET TOCLOADRETENTION
command has been entered that specifies an invalid
table of contents (TOC) retention period.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
retention period.
ANR1509E
Error writing option option name to file
file name.
Explanation: An error was encountered while writing
an option entry to server option file.
System action: The format command fails.
User response: Examine any messages that might
appear prior to this one in the activity log to determine
if the error can be found. Ensure that the filesystem has
sufficient space and that the server has authority to
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Policy set set name updated in policy
domain domain name.
Policy set set name copied to set new set
name in policy domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to the COPY POLICYSET
command, the policy set set name has been copied to
the policy set new set name in the policy domain named
domain name. All management classes and copy groups
are also copied to the policy set new set name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1514I
Policy set set name activated in policy
domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to the ACTIVATE
POLICYSET command, the policy set set name has been
activated in the policy domain domain name. All
management class and copy group definitions in the
policy set will be used by clients that start sessions
after this command is committed. Clients that currently
have sessions established with the server will use the
policy definitions in the previously active policy set for
the domain.
System action: The server replaces the active
management class and copy group definitions for the
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policy domain with the definitions found in the
specified policy set. These values are returned to client
nodes that start a session with the server after this
command is committed to the server database.
User response: None.
ANR1515I
Policy set set name validated in domain
domain name (ready for activation).
Explanation: This message may be displayed in
response to a VALIDATE POLICYSET command. The
policy set set name has been checked in the domain
domain name to see if the management class and copy
group definitions are adequate for activating the policy
set. This message indicates that the policy set may be
activated. Warning messages may be issued prior to
this message if there are discrepancies in the policy set
with respect to the set that is currently active in the
policy domain.
System action: The server checks its definitions to
determine the policy set's qualifications for activation.
The server does not activate the policy set.
User response: If you are satisfied with any warning
messages that may have been issued prior to this
message concerning any possible discrepancies in the
policy set, issue the ACTIVATE POLICYSET command
to activate the policy set in the policy domain.
Otherwise, correct the discrepancies prior to activating
the policy set. Before the ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command is used to activate the policy set, use the
validate command to check policy set contents.
ANR1516E
Command: Storage pool storage pool name
is not enabled for deduplication.
Explanation: The command indicated specifies the
name of a storage pool which does not have
deduplication enabled. The command requires that
deduplication be enabled on the storage pool before the
command can execute.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Update the storage pool to allow data
deduplication by specifying the parameter
DEDUPLICATE=YES. But only do so if you wish to
have duplicates of data in the storage pool removed.
ANR1517I
Insertdb command: Processed number of
database records database records.
Explanation: This message indicates the total number
of database records that were successfully inserted
during database insert processing.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1518I
Insertdb command: Read number of bytes
bytes.
Explanation: This message indicates the total number
of bytes that were successfully read during database
insert processing.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1519I
Insertdb command: Elapsed time was
elapsed time.
Explanation: This message indicates the total amount
of time that elapsed during database insert processing.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1520I
Management class class name defined in
policy domain domain name, set set name.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE
MGMTCLASS command, the management class named
class name has been defined in the policy set set name
belonging to the policy domain named domain name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1521I
Management class class name deleted
from policy domain domain name, set set
name.
Explanation: In response to a DELETE MGMTCLASS
command, the management class named class name has
been deleted from the policy set set name belonging to
the policy domain domain name. All copy groups
defined for the management class are also removed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1522I
Management class class name updated in
policy domain domain name, set set name.
Explanation: In response to the UPDATE
MGMTCLASS command, the management class named
class name has been updated in the policy domain
domain name, policy set set name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1523I
Management class class name copied to
class new class name in policy domain
domain name, set set name.
Explanation: In response to the COPY MGMTCLASS
command, the management class named class name has
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been copied to a new management class named new
class name in policy set set name belonging to policy
domain domain name. All copy groups defined for
management class class name are also copied to
management class new class name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1524I
Insertdb command: Beginning database
update phase.
Explanation: The database insert process has
completed inserting database records, and has begun
making updates to the inserted records.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
ANR1525I
command: Updated database entries of
database entries database entries in elapsed
time.
Explanation: The command has updated the indicated
number of database entries.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1526I
Insertdb command: Building indices and
checking table integrity.
Explanation: The database insert process has begun to
create indices and check the integrity of the database
tables.
ANR1529I
Explanation: While moving or copying deduplicated
extents from a sequential FILE volume, extents were
encountered that were marked deleted or damaged. As
a result, the extents were skipped.
System action: The server moves or copies all extents
from the volume that are not marked damaged or
deleted. The damaged or deleted extents are skipped.
User response: If the deduplicated extent was marked
damaged, audit the indicated volume with FIX=NO to
verify whether the file is damaged. The audit will reset
the file status if the deduplicated extent is not
damaged.
If the deduplicated extent has been marked deleted, it
is not copied to another storage pool.
ANR1530I
ANR1527I
command: Checked database objects of
database objects database objects in elapsed
time.
Explanation: The command has checked the integrity
of the indicated number of database tables.
Backup copy group group name defined
in policy domain domain name, set set
name, management class class name.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE
COPYGROUP command, a backup copy group named
group name has been defined for the management class
named class name in the policy set set name belonging to
policy domain domain name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1531I
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: None.
Process process ID skipped File state
deduplicated extent Extent id on volume
Volume name.
Backup copy group group name deleted
from policy domain domain name, set set
name, management class class name.
Explanation: In response to the DELETE
COPYGROUP command, the backup copy group
named group name has been deleted from the
management class named class name in the policy set set
name belonging to policy domain domain name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1528I
RUNSTATS: Table updating statistics
completed in elapsed time.
ANR1532I
Backup copy group group name updated
in policy domain domain name, set set
name, management class class name.
System action: Server processing continues.
Explanation: In response to the UPDATE
COPYGROUP command, the backup copy group
named group name has been updated in the
management class named class name in the policy set set
name belonging to policy domain domain name.
User response: None.
System action: Server operation continues.
Explanation: This message indicates the update
statistics for all tables completed.
User response: None.
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ANR1533E
command: The target client version that
was specified is not valid. The value
name value: value in the form V.R.M.F. (
Version, Release, Modification, and Fix
Level ) is incorrect.
Explanation: During pre-processing of command
command, an invalid value was encountered for the
client target level. The correct client target level should
be formatted like 6.2.0.0
System action: The register/update node fails.
User response: Specify the correct client target level,
then reissue the command.
ANR1534I
Process process ID skipped Num Files
deduplicated files on volume Volume
name because copies of the files were
not found.
Explanation: The DEDUPREQUIRESBACKUP server
option is set to YES. If the value of this option is YES
(the default), files within a deduplicated storage pool
must be backed up to a non-deduplicated copy storage
pool before the files can be moved.
System action: The operation skips the files without
copies and continues the operation.
User response: Ensure that all files in the primary
storage pool are backed up to a non-deduplicated copy
storage pool. You can also change the value of the
DEDUPREQUIRESBACKUP server option to NO.
However, doing so can result in unrecoverable data loss
if a data-integrity error occurs. As a best practice, do
not change the default.
ANR1535I
Archive copy group group name defined
in policy domain domain name, set set
name, management class class name.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE
COPYGROUP command, an archive copy group named
group name has been defined for the management class
named class name in the policy set set name belonging to
policy domain domain name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1536I
Archive copy group group name deleted
from policy domain domain name, set set
name, management class class name.
Explanation: In response to the DELETE
COPYGROUP command, the archive copy group
named group name has been deleted from the
management class named class name in the policy set set
name belonging to policy domain domain name.
User response: None.
ANR1537I
Archive copy group group name updated
in policy domain domain name, set set
name, management class class name.
Explanation: In response to the UPDATE
COPYGROUP command, the archive copy group
named group name has been updated in the
management class named class name in the policy set set
name belonging to policy domain domain name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1538I
Default management class set to class
name for policy domain domain name, set
set name.
Explanation: The default management class for the
policy set set name in policy domain domain name has
been set to the management class named class name.
System action: If this policy set is activated, clients
use this management class for backup-archive
processing by default, or if other management classes
specified for binding do not exist in the policy set.
User response: None.
ANR1539S
A previous database upgrade did not
succeed. The server cannot start.
Explanation: A DSMSERV INSERTDB command used
to upgrade from IBM Spectrum Protect V5 failed or
was cancelled. The result is a database that does not
contain all of the data from the original database. The
server cannot be run with an incomplete database.
System action: The server will not start.
User response: Rerun the DSMSERV INSERTDB
command.
ANR1540E
Import command: The processing stopped.
The connection with the source server is
broken.
Explanation: The communications link with the source
server broke because of a network error or because the
source-server export process stopped.
System action: The import process ends.
User response: Examine the activity log of the source
server to determine if the export process stopped. A
network failure can also cause this message to be
displayed. If many communication error messages
occur simultaneously, check the network for failure and
correct any problems.
System action: Server operation continues.
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ANR1541E
Export command: The processing stopped.
The connection with the target server is
broken.
Explanation: The communications link with the target
server broke because of a network error or because the
target-server import process stopped.
System action: The export process ends.
User response: Examine the activity log of the target
server to determine if the import process stopped. A
network failure can also cause this message to be
displayed. If many communication error messages
occur simultaneously, check the network for failure and
correct any problems.
ANR1542E
Import command: Preview processing
stopped. The connection with the source
server is broken.
Explanation: The communications link with the source
server broke because of a network error or because the
source-server export process stopped.
System action: The import process ends.
User response: Examine the activity log of the source
server to determine if the export process stopped. A
network failure can also cause this message to be
displayed. If many communication error messages
occur simultaneously, check the network for failure and
correct any problems.
ANR1543E
Export command: Preview processing
stopped. The connection with the target
server is broken.
Explanation: The communications link with the target
server broke because of a network error or because the
target-server import process stopped.
System action: The export process ends.
User response: Examine the activity log of the target
server to determine if the import process stopped. A
network failure can also cause this message to be
displayed. If many communication error messages
occur simultaneously, check the network for failure and
correct any problems.
ANR1544I
The DEDUPTIER3FILESIZE option
value is temporarily updated from old
value to new value.
Explanation: The value for the DEDUPTIER3FILESIZE
option must be greater than or equal to the value for
the DEDUPTIER2FILESIZE option. The value for the
DEDUPTIER3FILESIZE option is increased to match the
value for the DEDUPTIER2FILESIZE option until the
server is restarted or until the value for the
DEDUPTIER3FILESIZE option is updated with the
SETOPT command.
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System action: Server operations continue.
User response: Use the SETOPT command to update
the value for either the DEDUPTIER2FILESIZE option
or the DEDUPTIER3FILESIZE option. Ensure that the
value for the DEDUPTIER3FILESIZE option is greater
than or equal to the value for the
DEDUPTIER2FILESIZE option when you are specifying
the values.
ANR1545W
The diagpath ( path ) file system or disk
is becoming full. Space available: space
available MB of total space MB. Percent
full: file system used ratio percent.
Explanation: The file system or disk containing the
db2diag.log file is becoming full. This could cause
problems with the server if other DB2 or server
databases are in this space.
System action: None.
User response: Add space to the file system or free up
space on the file system or disk.
ANR1546W
Available space for the directory (path) is
less than 1 GB. If there is no space
available the server can no longer
function correctly.
Explanation: There is less than 1 GB of available space
in the file system or disk where the server database
files are located. When a server is initially created, with
the DSMSERV FORMAT utility or with the
configuration wizard, a server database and recovery
log are created. In addition, files are created to hold
database information used by the database manager.
The specified path is the location of the database
information used by the database manager. If there is
no space available, the server can no longer function
correctly.
System action: None.
User response: Add space to the file system or free up
space on the file system or disk.
ANR1547W
The server failed to update the
DBDIAGLOGSIZE server option due to
insufficient available space. Required
space: new value megabytes; available
space: system free space megabytes. The
current value:current value megabytes.
Explanation: There was not enough free space in the
filesystem or drive to create db2diag.log files.
System action: The update fails but the server
continues.
User response: Because the value in the server option
and logattr.chk have been updated, you must change
them to the current value so that they are consistent
with the value stored in the database manager. Free the
ANR1548E • ANR1552W
required disk space and update the DBDIAGLOGSIZE
option.
ANR1548E
The server failed to format or initialize
because the available space (free
spacebytes) in the diagnostic data
directory path path is less than 2MB to
allocate db2diag.log files;
reference the management class definition in the
ACTIVE policy set or copy the management class class
name from the ACTIVE policy set to policy set set name
using the COPY MGMTCLAS command.
ANR1551W
Explanation: There was not enough free space in the
diagnostic directory to allocate 2MB db2diag.log files.
System action: The server stops.
User response: Free the required disk space in the
diagnostic directory to at least 2MB and then run the
command again.
ANR1549W
Transaction failed for session session
number for node node name (client
platform). The next storage pool pool name
for the primary storage pool pool name
cannot be a target for LAN-free backup.
Explanation: The server rolled back a database update
transaction for the specified session because the
specified next storage pool of the specified primary
storage pool cannot be a target for LAN-free backup.
System action: The specified session is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: An authorized administrator can issue
the UPDATE STGPOOL command for the specified
primary storage pool to remove the specified next
storage pool from the parameter NEXTSTGPOOLS.
Alternatively, an authorized administrator can enable
LAN-free backup to the specified next storage pool.
ANR1550W
Management class class name is NOT
defined in policy set set name but IS
defined in the ACTIVE policy set for
domain domain name: files bound to this
management class will be REBOUND to
the default management class if/when
this set is activated.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server has found a management class named class name
in the currently active policy set, but not defined in the
policy set being validated or activated (set name). If
policy set set name is activated, files bound to this
management class in domain domain name are
automatically rebound to the default management class
in policy set set name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If you do not want files to be rebound
to the default management class, define a management
class with the name specified in the message for the
policy set. To define the proper copy group attributes,
BACKUP copygroup group name in
management class class name is NOT
defined in policy set set name but is
defined in the ACTIVE policy set for
domain domain name: files bound to this
management class will no longer be
backed up if/when set name is activated.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server has found a backup copy group named group
name for management class class name in the currently
active policy set, but the copy group is not defined for
the management class in the policy set being validated
or activated (set name). If policy set set name is
activated, files bound to management class class name in
domain domain name will no longer be eligible for
backup processing.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: If you want files bound to this
management class to be eligible for backup processing,
define an archive copy group for management class
class name by using the DEFINE COPYGROUP
command.
ANR1552W
ARCHIVE copygroup group name in
management class class name is NOT
defined in policy set set name but is
defined in the ACTIVE policy set for
domain domain name: attempting to
archive files specifiying this
management class will fail if set name is
activated.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server has found an archive copy group named group
name for management class class name in the currently
active policy set, but the copy group is not defined for
the management class in the policy set being validated
or activated (set name). If policy set set name is
activated, attempting to archive files specifiying this
management class will fail. Existing archives bound to
this management class on the IBM Spectrum Protect
server will be expired based on the defmgmtclass
values, or the archive retention grace period for the
policy domain, if the default management class does
not contain an archive copygroup.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To archive files specifying this
management class, define an archive copy group for
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management class class name by using the DEFINE
COPYGROUP command.
ANR1553W
DEFAULT Management class class name
in policy set domain name set name does
not have a BACKUP copygroup: files
will not be backed up by default if this
set is activated.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for policy set
set name in policy domain domain name, the server has
found that the default management class named class
name does not have a backup copy group. This message
warns the administrator that activation of this policy
set results in client files not being backed up, unless
they are bound to a management class (which has a
copy group) other than the default.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To define a backup copy group for the
management class, issue the DEFINE COPYGROUP
command. To assign a different default management
class for the domain, issue the ASSIGN
DEFMGMTCLASS command. Take either action if you
want files to be backed up by default.
ANR1554W
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To define a backup copy group for the
management class, issue the DEFINE COPYGROUP
command. To assign a different default management
class for the domain, issue the ASSIGN
DEFMGMTCLASS command. Take either action if you
want files to be eligible for archive processing by
default.
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Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for set name, the
server has found a backup copy group destination that
references an undefined storage pool named pool name.
If this storage pool is undefined when the policy set is
activated, backup or archive operations will fail for
clients with files bound to the management class whose
copy groups reference this pool.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To locate the copy groups that refer to
the undefined storage pool, issue the QUERY
COPYGROUP command. To change the destination to
refer to an existing storage pool, issue the UPDATE
COPYGROUP command. To define the storage pool, an
authorized administrator can issue the DEFINE
STGPOOL command.
ANR1556W
DEFAULT Management class class name
in policy set domain name set name does
not have an ARCHIVE copygroup: files
will not be archived by default if this
set is activated.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for policy set
set name in policy domain domain name, the server has
found that the default management class named class
name does not have an archive copy group. This
message warns the administrator that activation of this
policy set will result in client files not being allowed
archive processing unless they are bound to a
management class (which has an archive copy group)
other than the default.
ANR1555W
when policy set policy set name is
activated, clients will fail when using
this management class to backup files to
the server.
The BACKUP copy group in
management class management class name
specifies a destination that does not
refer to a defined storage pool: storage
pool name. If this pool does not exist
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The ARCHIVE copy group in
management class management class name
specifies a destination that does not
refer to a defined storage pool: storage
pool name. If this pool does not exist
when policy set policy set name is
activated, clients will fail when using
this management class to archive files to
the server.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for set name, the
server has found a archive copy group destination that
references an undefined storage pool named pool name.
If this storage pool is undefined when the policy set is
activated, backup or archive operations will fail for
clients with files bound to the management class whose
copy groups reference this pool.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To locate the copy groups that refer to
the undefined storage pool, issue the QUERY
COPYGROUP command. To change the destination to
refer to an existing storage pool, issue the UPDATE
COPYGROUP command. To define the storage pool, an
authorized administrator can issue the DEFINE
STGPOOL command.
ANR1557W
The space management migration
destination in management class
management class name does not refer to a
defined storage pool: storage pool name. If
this pool does not exist when policy set
policy set name is activated, clients will
fail when using this management class
ANR1558E • ANR1564E
to migrate space-managed files to the
server.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for set name, the
server has found a space management migration
destination that references an undefined storage pool
named pool name. If this storage pool is undefined
when the policy set is activated, space management
migration operations will fail for clients with files
bound to the management class that references this
pool.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To locate the management class that
refers to the undefined storage pool, issue the QUERY
MGMTCLASS command. To change the destination to
refer to an existing storage pool, issue the UPDATE
MGMTCLASS command. To define the storage pool, an
authorized administrator can issue the DEFINE
STGPOOL command.
refers to the copy storage pool, issue the QUERY
MGMTCLASS command. To change the destination to
refer to a non-copy storage pool, issue the UPDATE
MGMTCLASS command.
ANR1560E
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy domain name domain
name specified does not contain valid characters or
contains too many characters.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
policy domain name that conforms to these name
requirements.
ANR1562E
ANR1558E
The space management migration
destination in management class
management class name in policy set policy
set name refers to copy storage pool:
storage pool name. Copy storage pools are
not a valid migration destination.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for set name, the
server has found a space management migration
destination that references a copy storage pool named
pool name.
Command: Invalid policy domain name domain name.
Command: Policy domain description
exceeds length limit characters.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy domain description
specified is longer than the length limit number of
characters allowed.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
shorter policy domain description.
System action: Server operation continues. The policy
set is not activated.
ANR1563E
User response: To locate the management class that
refers to the copy storage pool, issue the QUERY
MGMTCLASS command. To change the destination to
refer to a non-copy storage pool, issue the UPDATE
MGMTCLASS command.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (retention
value) specified for the BACKRETN parameter is not
valid.
ANR1559E
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
The copy group destination for type
copy group type in management class
management class name in policy set policy
set name refers to copy storage pool:
storage pool name. Copy storage pools are
not a valid copy group destination.
Explanation: This message may be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation for set name, the
server has found a copy group destination that
references a copy storage pool named pool name.
System action: Server operation continues. The policy
set is not activated.
User response: To locate the management class that
Command: Invalid retention period for
BACKRETN parameter - retention value.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid BACKRETN value.
ANR1564E
Command: Invalid retention period for
ARCHRETN parameter - retention value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (retention
value) specified for the ARCHRETN parameter is not
valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
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command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid ARCHRETN value.
ANR1565E
Command: Invalid policy set name - set
name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy set name set name
specified does not contain valid characters or contains
too many characters.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
policy set name that conforms to valid name
requirements.
ANR1566E
Command: Policy set description exceeds
length limit characters.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy set description
specified is longer than the length limit number of
characters allowed.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
shorter policy set description.
ANR1567E
Command: Invalid management class
name - class name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the management class name class
name specified does not contain valid characters or
contains too many characters.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
management class name that conforms to valid name
requirements.
ANR1568E
Command: Management class description
exceeds length limit characters.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the management class
description specified is longer than the length limit
number of characters allowed.
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System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
shorter management class description.
ANR1569E
Command: Invalid copy group name group name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the copy group name group name
specified does not contain valid characters or contains
too many characters.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
copy group name that conforms to valid name
requirements.
ANR1570E
Command: Invalid copy frequency frequency value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (frequency
value) specified for the FREQUENCY parameter is not
valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid FREQUENCY value.
ANR1571E
Command: Invalid copy destination - pool
name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the storage pool name pool name
specified for the copy group destination or for the table
of contents (TOC) destination does not contain valid
characters or contains too many characters.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
storage pool name that conforms to valid name
requirements.
ANR1572E • ANR1579E
ANR1572E
Command: Missing copy destination.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the required copy
group destination is not specified.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify the
required copy group destination (DEST).
ANR1573E
Command: Invalid copy type - type value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (type value)
specified for the TYPE parameter is not valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid TYPE value.
ANR1574E
Command: Invalid version count for
VEREXISTS parameter - version value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (version
value) specified for the VEREXISTS parameter is not
valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid VEREXISTS value.
ANR1575E
Command: Invalid version count for
VERDELETED parameter - version value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (version
value) specified for the VERDELETED parameter is not
valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid VERDELETED value.
ANR1576E
Command: Invalid retention period for
RETEXTRA parameter - retention value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (retention
value) specified for the RETEXTRA parameter is not
valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid RETEXTRA value.
ANR1577E
Command: Invalid retention period for
RETONLY parameter - retention value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (retention
value) specified for the RETONLY parameter is not
valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid RETONLY value.
ANR1578E
Command: Invalid version count for
RETVER parameter - retention value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (retention
value) specified for the RETVER parameter is not valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid RETVER value.
ANR1579E
Command: Invalid copy mode - mode
value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (mode value)
specified for the MODE parameter is not valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid MODE value.
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ANR1580E
Command: Invalid copy serialization
mode - serialization value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (serialization
value) specified for the SERIALIZATION parameter is
not valid.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid SERIALIZATION value.
ANR1581E
Command: The option option is valid only
for backup copy groups.
Explanation: Server processing for the archive copy
group command command fails because the option
specified is only valid for backup copy group
definitions.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying valid
archive copy group options, or specify TYPE=BACKUP
if the intent is to operate on a backup copy group.
ANR1582E
Command: The option option is valid only
for archive copy groups.
Explanation: Server processing for the backup copy
group command command fails because the option
specified is only valid for archive copy group
definitions.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying valid
backup copy group options, or specifying
TYPE=ARCHIVE if the intent is to operate on an
archive copy group.
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying CMD
for the FREQUENCY parameter, or omitting the
FREQUENCY parameter because the default value for
FREQUENCY is CMD for archive copy groups.
ANR1584E
Explanation: Server processing for the archive copy
group command command fails because a value other
than ABSOLUTE has been specified for the MODE
parameter. The only value that may be specified for the
archive copy group MODE parameter is ABSOLUTE.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying
ABSOLUTE for the MODE parameter, or omitting the
MODE parameter because the default value for MODE
is ABSOLUTE for archive copy groups.
ANR1585E
Command: Copy frequency for archive
copy groups must be CMD - frequency
value is not valid.
Explanation: Server processing for the archive copy
group command command fails because a value other
than CMD has been specified for the FREQUENCY
parameter. The only value that may be specified for the
archive copy group FREQUENCY parameter is CMD.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
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Command: Policy set ACTIVE cannot be
modified.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy set name ACTIVE is
specified. Objects in the ACTIVE policy set for a
domain may only be changed through activation of
another policy set.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
policy set other than ACTIVE. To copy the ACTIVE
policy set for a policy domain to another name so that
commands may be used to change its contents, issue
the COPY POLICYSET command. Then to activate the
changes, issue the ACTIVATE POLICYSET command.
ANR1586E
ANR1583E
Command: Copy mode for archive copy
groups must be ABSOLUTE - mode value
is not valid.
Command: Invalid migration destination
- pool name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the storage pool name pool name
specified for the migration destination is a copy pool. A
copy pool is not a valid migration destination.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command using a storage
pool name that is not a copy pool. For a list of names
ANR1587E • ANR1592E
of defined storage pools, issue the QUERY STGPOOL
command.
ANR1587E
Command: Invalid copy group
destination - pool name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the storage pool name pool name
specified for the copy group destination is a copy pool,
active-data pool, or container-copy pool. A copy pool,
active-data pool, or container-copy pool is not a valid
copy group destination.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command and specify the
name of a primary storage pool. The storage pool that
you specify for the copy group destination cannot be a
copy pool, active-data pool, or container-copy pool. For
a list of the storage pool names that are defined, issue
the QUERY STGPOOL command.
ANR1588W
The value of the
ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter
received from the configuration manager
specifies a storage pool storage pool name
for domain domain name that is not
defined on the managed server.
Explanation: If the storage pool on the managed
server is undefined, the value of the
ACTIVEDESTINATION parameter for domain domain
name is not updated.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Define an active-data storage pool on
the managed server with the same name as that on the
configuration manager.
ANR1589E
Error reason code updating database
manager security plugin file name.
Explanation: The server was unable to update the
database manager security plugin. This plugin controls
access to the database manager from the IBM Spectrum
Protect server. The reason code is the errno from the
fopen subroutine for the file. Some common reason
codes are:
v 26 - The file is in use.
v 13 - Permission to write to the file is denied. On
Windows, this reason code can also indicate that the
file is in use.
For other reason codes, refer to your operating system
reference guide for errno values.
System action: The server stops.
installation directory to the location identified in the
message, and restart the server. On AIX, you might also
need to run the /usr/sbin/slibclean command as root
after halting the server but before copying the file. This
procedure will unload the plugin from the kernel
memory.
ANR1590E
Command: Policy domain domain name is
not defined.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy domain name domain
name does not refer to a defined policy domain in the
server database. If you used the REPLICATE NODE
command, this message applies to the target server.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
policy domain name that is defined in the server
database. For a list of the names of defined policy
domains in the server database, issue the QUERY
DOMAIN command.
ANR1591E
Command: Policy domain domain name is
already defined.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy domain name domain
name specified refers to a policy domain that is already
defined in the server database.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
policy domain name that is not defined in the server
database. For a list of the names of defined policy
domains in the server database, issue the QUERY
DOMAIN command.
ANR1592E
Command: Policy domain domain name
still contains at least one policy set.
Explanation: Server processing for the delete
command command fails because the policy domain
name domain name specified refers to a policy domain
that still contains at least one policy set.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: To delete the policy set from the policy
domain, issue the DELETE POLICYSET command.
User response: Manually copy the file from the
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ANR1593E
Command: Policy domain domain name
still contains at least one node.
Explanation: Server processing for the delete
command command fails because the policy domain
name domain name specified refers to a policy domain
that still contains at least one node. A policy domain
cannot be deleted if one or more client nodes are still
assigned to the domain.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: To remove remaining nodes from the
policy domain, issue the REMOVE NODE command.
After all nodes are removed, issue the delete command
again.
ANR1596E
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy set name set name
specified refers to a policy set that is already defined in
policy domain domain name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
policy set name that is not defined in the policy
domain. For a list of the names of defined policy sets in
the policy domain, issue the QUERY POLICYSET
command.
ANR1597E
ANR1594E
Command: Policy domain domain name
has no active policy set.
Explanation: Server processing for the update or
register node command command fails because the
policy domain name domain name specified refers to a
policy domain that does not have an active policy set
defined. Nodes cannot be assigned to policy domains
that do not have an active policy set.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: To activate a policy set for the
specified policy domain, issue the ACTIVATE
POLICYSET command. After a policy set has been
activated, client nodes may be assigned to the policy
domain.
ANR1595E
Command: Policy set set name is not
defined in policy domain domain name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy set name set name
specified does not refer to a defined set in policy
domain domain name in the server database.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
policy set name that is defined in the policy domain.
For a list of the names of defined policy sets in the
policy domain, issue the QUERY POLICYSET
command.
Command: Policy set set name is already
defined in policy domain domain name.
policy set command: Policy set set name in
domain domain name still contains at
least one management class.
Explanation: The policy set command failed because the
set still contains at least one management class
definition.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Remove the remaining management
classes from the policy set and reissue the command.
ANR1598E
Command: No default management class
has been assigned for policy set set name
in domain domain name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the policy set set name in policy
domain domain name does not have a default
management class assigned.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: To assign a default management class
in the policy set, issue the ASSIGN DEFMGMTCLASS
command.
ANR1599E
Command: Management class class name
is not defined in policy domain domain
name, set set name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the management class name class
name specified does not refer to a defined management
class in policy set set name belonging to policy domain
domain name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
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command is not successful in changing the server
database.
policy set set name belonging to policy domain domain
name.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
policy set name that is defined in the policy domain.
For a list of the names of defined policy sets in the
policy domain, issue the QUERY POLICYSET
command.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
ANR1600E
Command: Management class class name
is already defined in policy domain
domain name, set set name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the specified management class
name class name refers to a management class that is
already defined in policy set set name belonging to
policy domain domain name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
management class name that is not defined in the
policy set. For a list of the names of defined
management classes in the policy domain and policy
set, issue the QUERY MGMTCLASS command.
ANR1602E
Command: Backup copy group group name
is not defined in policy domain domain
name, set set name, management class
class name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the backup copy group named
group name specified for management class class name
does not refer to a defined backup copy group in
policy set set name belonging to policy domain domain
name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
copy group name that is defined. For a list of the
names of defined copy groups and management classes
in the policy domain or policy set, issue the QUERY
COPYGROUP command.
ANR1603E
Command: Backup copy group group name
is already defined in policy domain
domain name, set set name, management
class class name.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
copy group that is not defined in the policy set. For a
list of the names of defined copy groups for
management classes in the policy domain and policy
set, issue the QUERY COPYGROUP command.
ANR1604E
Command: Archive copy group group
name is not defined in policy domain
domain name, set set name, management
class class name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the archive copy group named
group name specified for management class class name
does not refer to a defined archive copy group in policy
set set name belonging to policy domain domain name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
copy group name that is defined. For a list of the
names of defined copy groups and management classes
in the policy domain or policy set, issue the QUERY
COPYGROUP command.
ANR1605E
Command: Archive copy group group
name is already defined in policy
domain domain name, set set name,
management class class name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the specified archive copy group
named group name refers to a copy group that is
already defined for management class class name in
policy set set name belonging to policy domain domain
name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command specifying a
copy group that is not defined in the policy set. For a
list of the names of defined copy groups for
management classes in the policy domain and policy
set, issue the QUERY COPYGROUP command.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the specified backup copy group
named group name refers to a copy group that is
already defined for management class (class name) in
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ANR1606E
Out of server LOG space in accessing
policy tables.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for policy information because sufficient log
space is not available on the server.
System action: The policy operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: To increase the amount of log space
that is available to the server, evaluate the directories
and file systems that are assigned to the
ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY, ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY,
and ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file. An out of log space condition might
occur because the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location is
full.
Alternatively, an out of log space condition might occur
if there are log files in the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY
location that are no longer active and cannot be
archived to the ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY locations. If
necessary, specify a larger directory for the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY or
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restart the server.
ANR1607E
Out of server DB space in accessing
policy tables.
Explanation: The server ends a database update
transaction for policy information because sufficient
database space is not available on the server.
System action: The policy operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command to add one or more directories to
the database.
ANR1608E
Error fetching entry for domain domain
name, set set name.
ANR1609E
Policy error: unable to find management
class ID for class class name in policy set
set name belonging to domain domain
name.
Explanation: An internal server database error has
been encountered while retrieving policy information
for management class class name in policy set set name
belonging to policy domain domain name.
System action: The policy operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR1610E
Internal Server error: invalid copy type
copy type integer encountered in policy
set validation.
Explanation: An internal server database error has
been encountered while validating a policy set in
response to the VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE
POLICYSET command.
System action: The policy operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR1611E
Command: Invalid management class
name - management class name.
Explanation: Server processing for the command
command fails because the specified management class
name may not be used as a management class name.
Explanation: An internal server database error occurs
while retrieving policy information for policy set set
name in domain domain name.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
System action: The policy operation is ended and
server operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify
another management class name.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR1612E
Command: Management class management
class name in policy set set name, domain
domain name specifies
MIGREQUIRESBKUP=YES, but
contains no backup copy group.
Explanation: During policy set validation or activation
for policy set set name in policy domain domain name,
the server has found that the management class named
class name specifies the MIGREQUIRESBKUP=YES
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parameter but does not contain a backup copy group.
Policy set validation or activation fails in this case
because it would not be possible to ensure that
space-managed client files are backed up prior to being
migrated to the server.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: To define a backup copy group within
the management class, issue the DEFINE COPYGROUP
command. To change the MIGREQUIRESBKUP
parameter, issue the UPDATE MGMTCLASS command.
ANR1613E
Command: Invalid retention initiation retention initiation value.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the value (retention
initiation value) specified for the RETINIT parameter is
not valid.
ANR1616W
Command: the specified RETMIN value
(new days) will be ignored because the
RETINIT value is CREATION for
domain policy set management class.
Explanation: Processing for the copy group command
command detected that a retain minimum number of
days value was specified either with the retention
initiation value of CREATION, or the current retention
initiation value stored for the copy group is
CREATION. The retain minimum number of days
value is not used when the retention initiation value is
CREATION. The copy group will be defined or
updated, but the RETMIN value will not be stored.
System action: The copy group is defined or updated
and system operation continues.
User response: The copy group will be defined or
updated, but the retain minimum number of days
value will not be stored. If you want to specify a
retention initiation value of EVENT, issue the update
command again.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Issue the command again and specify
a valid RETINIT value.
ANR1614E
Command: Invalid number of days for
RETMIN parameter - days value.
Explanation: The command fails.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
User response: Issue the command again and specify
a valid RETMIN value.
ANR1615E
Command: RETVER of NOLIMIT cannot
be specified with RETINIT value of
EVENT.
Explanation: Server processing for the copy group
command command fails because the retain versions
value of NOLIMIT is not allowed with the retention
initiation value of EVENT. If this is the UPDATE copy
group command, at least one of the values might have
been defined already.
ANR1617W
Command: the new RETVER value (new
days) is less than the value previously
stored (old days) for domain policy set
management class.
Explanation: Processing for the copy group command
command detected that the new number of days to
retain versions is less than the number of days
currently stored for the copy group. If archive retention
protection is active, the policy set might not activate
because the retain versions value is not allowed to
decrease.
System action: The copy group is updated and system
operation continues.
User response: The copy group will be updated, but
the copy group might fail validation when the policy
set is validated or activated.
ANR1618W
Command: the new RETMIN value (new
days) is less than the value previously
stored (old days) for domain policy set
management class.
System action: Database changes for the command are
rolled back and server operation continues. The
command is not successful in changing the server
database.
Explanation: Processing for the copy group command
command detected that the new retain minimum
number of days is less than the number of days
currently stored for the copy group. The policy set
might not activate when archive retention protection is
active, because the retain minimum days value is not
allowed to decrease.
User response: Issue the command again and specify
a valid RETVER or RETMIN value.
System action: The copy group is updated and system
operation continues.
User response: The copy group will be updated, but
the copy group might fail validation when the policy
set is validated or activated.
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ANR1619E
The RETVER of NOLIMIT is not
allowed with the RETINIT value of
EVENT for domain policy set management
class.
Explanation: This message can be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server has found the the copy group in the policy has
specified an invalid combination of options. Retain
versions of NOLIMIT and retention initiation of
EVENT are not allowed. The policy will not be
validated or activated.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Update the RETVER or REINIT values
in the copy group.
ANR1620E
The new RETVER value (new days) is
less than the value in the ACTIVE
policy (old days) for domain policy set
management class.
Explanation: This message can be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server has found that archive retention protection is
active and the copy group has a retain versions value
less than the value in the ACTIVE policy set. The
policy will not be validated or activated.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Update the RETVER value in the copy
group.
ANR1621E
The new RETMIN value (new days) is
less than the value in the ACTIVE
policy (old days) for domain policy set
management class.
Explanation: This message can be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server has found that archive retention protection is
active and the the copy group has a retain minimum
days value that is less than the value in the ACTIVE
policy set. The policy will not be validated or activated.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Update the RETMIN value in the copy
group.
ANR1622E
Management class class name is not
defined in policy set set name, but is
defined in the active policy set for
domain domain name. Archive retention
protection is active, so validation fails.
Explanation: This message can be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
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server found a management class named class name in
the currently active policy set, but not defined in the
policy set being validated or activated (set name). When
archive retention protection is active, all management
classses in the active policy set must be included in the
policy set being validated. Policy validation will fail.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Define a management class with the
name specified in the message for the policy set. To
define the proper copy group attributes, reference the
management class definition in the active policy set or
copy the management class class name from the active
policy set to the policy set set name, using the COPY
MGMTCLAS command.
ANR1623E
Management class class name in policy
set set name for domain domain name does
not have an archive copy group. Archive
retention protection is active, so
validation fails.
Explanation: This message can be returned from the
VALIDATE POLICYSET or ACTIVATE POLICYSET
command. During policy set validation processing, the
server found a management class named class name in
the policy set being validated or activated (set name).
The management class does not have an archive copy
group. When archive retention protection is active, all
management classses in the policy set being validated
must have an archive copy group. Policy validation
will fail.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Define an archive copy group in
specified management class, then try the validation
again.
ANR1625E
command: Server is down-level compared
to the version of data being inserted
into the database: data version.
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
encountered data written by a version of the
DSMUPGRD EXTRACTDB command that is newer
than what is supported by the server version.
System action: The command ends without inserting
any data into the database.
User response: Rerun the command using a version of
the server compatible with the version of DSMUPGRD
used to extract the data. Or reextract the data using an
older version of DSMUPGRD that is compatible with
the version of the server.
ANR1626I
The previous message (message number
message number) was repeated repeat count
times.
Explanation: The message issued prior to this message
was issued repeatedly.
ANR1627I • ANR1634I
System action: The duplicate messages were
suppressed.
System action: The operation continues but the node
is skipped for this operation.
User response: No action is required.
User response: Verify that the nodes specified in the
command are configured for replication and try the
command again. Nodes may be configured for
replication with the UPDATE NODE command.
ANR1627I
The previous message was repeated
repeat count times.
Explanation: The message issued prior to this message
was issued repeatedly.
System action: The duplicate messages were
suppressed.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1628I
The database manager is using port port
number for server connections.
Explanation: The server configures the database
manager environment to use the indicated port for
connections from the server. Initially, connections from
the server do not use TCP/IP. After the number of
connections exceeds a pre-determined threshold,
connections are made through TCP/IP to the specified
port. If the port is being used by another application,
the database manager cannot receive connections from
the server after the change to TCP/IP connections is
necessary. After this situation occurs, future connections
to the database manager might fail.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1629W
command: This command will result in
ending the replication relationship for
all nodes that match the pattern node
pattern. Replication will no longer be
performed for the specified node(s).
Explanation: A REMOVE REPLMODE command with
prevent the specified nodes from being replicated. The
replication relationship is removed for each node. No
node data is removed from this or any of the other
replication servers.
System action: The system asks whether you wish to
continue with the REMOVE REPLNODE command.
User response: To process the REMOVE REPLNODE
command, enter 'Y' to continue or 'N' to stop the
process.
ANR1630W
command: node name is not configured for
replication.
Explanation: The node specified in the command is
not configured for replication. A node is configured for
replication if the replication state of the node is
ENABLED or DISABLED. To determine the replication
state, issue the QUERY NODE FORMAT=DETAILED
command.
ANR1631I
command: Replication state information
for the specified nodes have been
removed.
Explanation: All replication state information for the
specified node has been removed from the database
and the node is no longer configured for replication. If
the node was a target of a replication operation it may
now be used to accept client data.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1632E
command: Command failed. Replication
state information for the specified nodes
could not be removed.
Explanation: A REMVOVE REPLNODE command
failed to complete. The replication state for the
specified node is not changed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: The server reported a problem running
the REMOVE REPLNODE command. See
accompanying messages for further information.
ANR1633E
Command: Node node name is set up for
replication and cannot be renamed or
removed.
Explanation: You cannot rename or remove a node
that is configured for replication from a source server
or that is created on a target server as a result of
replication.
System action: The requested operation fails.
User response: To rename or remove the node, you
must first remove the node from replication by issuing
the REMOVE REPLNODE command on the server
from which the node is to be removed.
ANR1634I
Default replication server name set to
server name.
Explanation: The name of the default
target-replication server was set to the value that was
specified with the SET REPLSERVER command. If you
did not specify a value with the command, the existing
target replication server was removed, and client node
data will not be replicated.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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ANR1635I
The server machine GUID, machine
GUID, has initialized.
Explanation: The specified globally unique identifier
(GUID) has initialized for the server machine.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1636W
The server machine GUID changed: old
value (old value), new value (new value).
Explanation: The globally unique identifier (GUID)
has changed for the server machine. The old and new
values are displayed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1637W
Error (error) occurred initializing the
server machine GUID.
Explanation: An error occurred while initializing the
server machine globally unique identifier (GUID).
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Handle problems appropriately. A
write error may occur because the server needs root
authority to write the GUID. A read error may occur if
the server does not have authority to read the GUID.
Other error codes are received from the GUID utility.
ANR1638W
Error (error) occurred initializing the
server machine GUID. Old value was
old GUID.
Explanation: An error occurred while initializing the
server machine globally unique identifier (GUID). The
old value is displayed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Handle problems appropriately. A
write error may occur because the server needs root
authority to write the GUID. A read error may occur if
the server does not have authority to read the GUID.
Other error codes are received from the GUID utility.
ANR1639I
Attributes changed for node nodeName:
changed attribute list.
Explanation: The TCP/IP name or address, or the
globally unique identifier (GUID) has changed for the
specified node. The old and new values are displayed
for entries that have changed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
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ANR1640E
There is no data mover defined for node
node name.
Explanation: To perform the requested operation, the
specified node must have an associated data mover
defined.
System action: The requested operation fails.
User response: Define a data mover for the node and
retry the operation.
ANR1641E
command: The node node name has a type
that is not allowed for this command.
Explanation: The node is not the correct type to be
used with this command.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Re-run the command with a node of
the correct type.
ANR1642E
command: The node node name is locked.
Explanation: The node is locked and cannot be used
in this command.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Unlock the node and re-run the
command.
ANR1643I
Command: All file spaces for node node
name, will be moved.
Explanation: The server will attempt to move data for
all the file spaces for the specified node name based on
the criteria entered in the MOVE NODEDATA
command.
System action: Server moves data for the indicated
node.
User response: None.
ANR1644E
Command: Move node data operation
already in progress for storage pool
storage pool.
Explanation: A command has been issued to move
node data for the specified storage pool but there is
already a move node data operation in progress for one
or more nodes that have been specifed for that same
storage pool.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Check the activity log for a previous
MOVE NODEDATA command to determine what
processes for moving node data are in progress for the
storage pool. Reissue the command for the node(s) and
storage pool you desire that are not already in progress,
ANR1645I • ANR1654E
or, reissue the command after the move node data
process ends.
ANR1645I
Command: Data for node node name,
filespace filespace name, FSID filespace ID
will be moved.
Explanation: The server will move data for the
specified filespace name and node name based on the
criteria entered in the MOVE NODEDATA command.
System action: The server moves data for the
specified node and filespaces.
User response: None.
ANR1646E
Command: The datamover type data mover
type can only be used with a data format
of NETAPPDUMP.
ANR1649W
Explanation: A MOVE NODEDATA command has
been entered that will move data from the source
storage pool to the destination storage pool shown.
While the data is being moved it, will not be available
to users.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to continue or 'N' to end the
process.
ANR1650W
Explanation: The data format specified is not valid for
a datamover of type data mover type.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid parameter value.
ANR1647E
Cannot find file space name for node
node ID, file space file space ID.
Explanation: The server could not obtain filespace
information for that node.
ANR1648W
Command:This command will move data
for nodes stored in volumes in storage
pool source storage pool to other volumes
within the same storage pool; the data
will be inaccessible to users until the
operation completes.
Explanation: A MOVE NODEDATA command has
been entered that will move data to other volumes in
the same storage pool. While the data is being moved,
it will not be available to users.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to continue or 'N' to end the
process.
The server is trying to replicate failed
data again for node node name, file space
file space name. This might impact
replication performance.
Explanation: The replication process is processing
previously failed data again for the specified node and
file space ID.
System action: None.
User response: You can view the activity log to
identify why replication failed. If possible, resolve any
issues that caused replication to fail.
ANR1651E
System action: The server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
Command:This command will move data
for nodes stored in storage pool source
storage pool to storage pool destination
storage pool; the data will be inaccessible
to users until the operation completes.
Server information for server name is not
available.
Explanation: The information for server name was not
available.
System action: The current server action fails.
User response: Please review any other messages
prior to this message to determine the cause of the
failure.
ANR1653E
Resource lock acquisition for server
server name failed.
Explanation: The acquisition of the resource lock for
server server name failed.
System action: The current action for the device class
referring to this server fails.
User response: Retry the action referring to the device
class that refers to this server name. If the lock failure
persists, please contact your service representative.
ANR1654E
Server server name will not be written to
a device configuration file.
Explanation: An error occurred accessing the
information for server name while trying to write this
information to a device configuration file.
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System action: This DEFINE SERVER entry is not
processing.
User response: Verify that the necessary DEFINE
SERVER entries were written to a device configuration
file. If this error persists, please contact your service
representative.
ANR1661I
Server server name deleted.
Explanation: In response to a DELETE SERVER
command, the requested server has been removed from
the system.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1656E
Failure writing server definitions to a
device configuration file.
Explanation: An error occurred writing the server
information to a device configuration file.
System action: The BACKUP DEVCONFIG action
fails.
User response: Check that the device configuration
file exists and that the file system the file resides on is
not out of space.
ANR1657E
Command: Invalid server or group name
- server or group name.
ANR1662I
Server server name updated.
Explanation: One or more attributes of a server have
been updated by an UPDATE SERVER command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1663E
command: Server server name not defined
Explanation: The server server name is not defined to
the system.
System action: The command fails.
Explanation: The command shown specifies an invalid
server or server group name.
User response: None.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
ANR1664W
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
name.
ANR1659E
Command: Server or server group server
or group name is already defined.
Explanation: A DEFINE SERVER or DEFINE
SERVERGROUP command has been entered that
specifies a server or server group name that already
exists. The name specified must be a unique name. It
must not duplicate a node name used by a registered
node, a server name used by a defined server, or a
server group name used by a defined server group.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: To define the server or server group,
reissue the command and specify a different name.
ANR1660I
Server server name defined successfully.
Command: Server server name is currently
in use.
Explanation: The command shown specifies a server
that is currently in use for one or more of the following
purposes:
v The server is referenced by a device class of
DEVTYPE=SERVER that specifies this server for the
'SERVERNAME=' parameter.
v The server is defined as the target replication server.
v A connection with this server is currently open.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command at a later time.
In order to delete the server specified, it must not be
currently connected, it must not be referenced in a
device class, and it must not be defined as the target
replication server.
ANR1666E
command: FILEAGGR not allowed with
TYPE=SERVER.
Explanation: The requested server has been defined to
the system in response to a DEFINE SERVER
command.
Explanation: The FILEAGGR= parameter may not be
specified with the TYPE=SERVER parameter also being
specified.
System action: None.
System action: The command fails.
User response: None.
User response: Reissue the command command
without the FILEAGGR= parameter if this node is of
type SERVER.
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ANR1667E • ANR1677I
ANR1667E
command: Action not permitted against
node node name.
Explanation: The command is not permitted against
the entry for node node name. This node entry has a
type of SERVER.
System action: The command fails.
User response: None.
ANR1668E
command: Not allowed for server server
name.
Explanation: The DELETE SERVER command is not
permitted for server server name. The specified server is
either the event server or else it is a node entry rather
than a server definition.
System action: The command fails.
User response: If the specified server is the event
server, and you want to delete it, issue the DELETE
EVENTSERVER command and then reissue the
DELETE SERVER command. To remove a node entry,
issue the REMOVE NODE command for the specified
name.
ANR1669I
Server event server name is defined as the
event server.
ANR1672I
No event server is currently defined.
Explanation: A query was issued to get the name of
the event server; however, no event server is currently
defined.
System action: None.
User response: If an event server definition is desired,
use the DEFINE EVENTSERVER command.
ANR1673I
Server group group name defined
successfully.
Explanation: The requested server group is defined to
the system in response to a DEFINE SERVERGROUP
command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1674I
Member member name defined
successfully in server group group name.
Explanation: The requested member is defined in the
server group in response to a DEFINE GRPMEMBER
command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
Explanation: The specified server is defined.
System action: None.
ANR1675I
User response: None.
Explanation: The requested server is removed from
the system in response to a DELETE SERVERGROUP
command.
ANR1670E
Server event server name is already
defined as the event server. You must
issue the DELETE EVENTSERVER
command before defining a new event
server.
Explanation: An event server is already defined.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Delete the existing Event Server and
try the command again.
Server group server group name deleted.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1676I
Member member name deleted from
server group server group name.
Explanation: The requested member is removed from
the server group in response to a DELETE
GRPMEMBER command,
System action: None.
ANR1671I
The event server definition has been
deleted.
User response: None.
Explanation: The event server definition has been
deleted.
ANR1677I
System action: None.
Explanation: One or more attributes of a server group
is updated by an UPDATE SERVERGROUP command.
User response: If an event server definition is desired,
use the DEFINE EVENTSERVER command.
System action: None.
Server group server group name updated.
User response: None.
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ANR1678I
Server group original server group name
renamed new server group name.
Explanation: A server group is renamed by a
RENAME SERVERGROUP command. The original
name is not valid.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1679E
Command: Server group server group name
not defined.
Explanation: The server server group name is not
defined to the system.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Retry the command specifying an
existing group.
ANR1680E
Command: Member member name not
defined in server group server group
name.
Explanation: The member member name is not defined
in server group server group name.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Retry the command specifying an
existing member of the group.
ANR1681E
Command: Member member name is
already in server group server group
name.
Explanation: The member member name is defined in
server group server group name.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Retry the command and specify a new
member name.
ANR1682E
A group cannot be a member of itself.
Explanation: The member and group name are the
same. A group may not be a member of itself.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Retry the command and specify
another member name.
ANR1683E
Command: Member member name not
defined.
Explanation: The member member name is not defined
to the system. Server group members must be a
defined server or server group.
System action: The command fails.
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User response: Retry the command specifying existing
server or group.
ANR1684E
Route:command: Routed commands
cannot be routed.
Explanation: The command part of a routed command
may not contain route information itself. The allowable
syntax for routed commands is "route : command". The
command may not contain route information. Only one
level of routing is allowed.
System action: The command is not processed.
User response: Reissue the command without
specifying route information in the command portion
of this routed command.
ANR1685I
Server group server group copied to
server group new server group.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the COPY SERVERGROUP command. The server group
named server group is copied to the server group named
new server group.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1686I
Member member name moved from
server group group name to server group
new group name.
Explanation: The requested member member name is
moved from server group group name to the server
group new server group in response to a MOVE
GRPMEMBER command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1687I
Output for command 'command' issued
against server server name follows:
Explanation: The output for the command issued
against the indicated server follows this message.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1688I
Output for command 'command' issued
against server server name completed.
Explanation: This message marks the end of the
output for the command specified that was issued
against the indicated server.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1689E • ANR1697I
ANR1689E
Output for command 'command' issued
against server server name terminated.
Explanation: An error condition occurred causing the
output for the command issued against the specified
server to be terminated.
System action: None.
User response: Retry the command against the
requested server once the error condition has been
resolved. If the cause of the error can not be
determined, please contact your local service
representative.
ANR1690E
Error sending command 'command' to
server server name.
Explanation: An error was encountered sending the
specified command to the server indicated.
System action: This command is not issued against
the server specified. The process will attempt to issue
the command against any other servers that were
specified for the command routing information.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Retry routing this command to the indicated
server after the cause of the error has been determined
and resolved. If the error cannot be isolated and
resolved, contact your service representative.
ANR1694I
Server server name processed command
'command' and completed successfully.
Explanation: The server indicated processed the
command successfully.
System action: None.
User response: None.
System action: None.
User response: Retry the command against the
requested server once the error condition has been
resolved. If the cause of the error can not be
determined, please contact your local service
representative.
ANR1691E
Error receiving response from server
server name for command 'command'.
Explanation: An error was encountered receiving the
response from the server indicated for the command
that was issued against it.
ANR1695W
Explanation: The server indicated processed the
command but encountered warnings. However, the
warnings did not prevent the execution of the
command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1696E
System action: None.
User response: Retry the command against the
requested server once the error condition has been
resolved. If the cause of the error can not be
determined, please contact your local service
representative.
ANR1692E
Response for command 'command' from
server server name contains invalid data.
Explanation: The output returned from the specified
server for the command that was issued, contains
invalid output. The command response can not be
processed.
System action: Output processing for this command
response terminates.
User response: Please contact your local service
representative.
ANR1693E
Unable to issue command 'command'
against server server name - failure
starting thread.
Explanation: A thread could not be started to issue
the specified command against the server indicated.
Server server name processed command
'command' but completed with warnings.
Server server name attempted to process
command ' command' but encountered
errors.
Explanation: The server indicated processed the
command but encountered errors. These errors
prevented the successful completion of the command.
System action: None.
User response: Examine any error messages issued on
either the server sending the command or else the
server executing the command to determine the cause
of the failure. Reissue the command once these errors
are corrected.
ANR1697I
Command 'command' processed by total
number for servers server(s): number of
successful servers successful, number of
servers with warnings with warnings, and
number of servers with errors with errors.
Explanation: The indicated command was processed
by the number of servers specified. For the total
number of servers, the number indicated were
successful, the number indicated encountered a
warning condition but processed anyway, and finally,
the number indicated encountered errors and could not
process.
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System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1698I
Command 'command' was not issued
against any other servers.
Explanation: The indicated command was not issued
against any other server. Either the routing information
did not resolve to any valid servers or else failures
occurred issuing the command against the required
servers.
System action: None.
User response: Check to see that valid route
information was provided for the command or else
check the activity log for error messages that indicate
why the command was not issued to the other servers.
ANR1699I
Resolved route information to number of
servers server(s) - issuing command
command against server(s).
Explanation: The route information was resolved to
the number of servers indicated. The specified
command will be issued against those servers.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1700E
Unable to resolve 'route information' to
any server(s).
Explanation: The route information provided for this
command did not resolve to any server names or group
names. Because of this, the command will not be
issued.
User response: Reissue the command providing the
correct server name.
ANR1703E
Explanation: An error occurred while resolving the
server names. Specifically, the resolution of the server
names has terminated because of a significant failure.
System action: None.
User response: Check the activity log and server
console for other messages about the cause of the
failure. Once the cause has been resolved, reissue the
command.
ANR1704E
Failure obtaining or using credentials
for administrator admin name.
Explanation: An error occurred obtaining or using the
credentials for the administrator referenced.
System action: Command processing fails.
User response: If the administrator
SERVER_CONSOLE was being used for a PING or
VALIDATE LANFREE command, the command may
fail. The administrator SERVER_CONSOLE is not able
to perform these commands where the source server,
the target server, or both servers have authentication
enabled. The command should be retried using an
administrator other than SERVER_CONSOLE.
Check the activity log and server console for other
messages about the cause of the failure. Once the cause
has been resolved, reissue the command.
ANR1705W
System action: None.
User response: Examine the route information
provided. Reissue the command providing correct route
information.
Failure resolving server names.
A ping request to server 'server name'
was not able to establish a connection
by using administrator credentials.
Explanation: The failure could indicate a problem on
the source or target server, or in the connection
between the servers.
System action: No connection was established.
ANR1701E
Command: No matching servers defined.
Explanation: No matching servers are found for the
specified command.
System action: Server operation continues, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command and specify
different servers.
ANR1702W
Skipping 'server name' - unable to resolve
to a valid server name.
User response: To identify and resolve the issue,
complete the following steps: 1. Check the activity log
and server console for messages that indicate a failure
or problem on the source server. 2. Check the
communication connection between the servers. 3.
Verify the administrator definition and password on
both servers. 4. Verify that the target server is running.
5. Correct any identified issues.
ANR1706I
A ping request to server 'server name'
was able to establish a connection by
using administrator credentials.
Explanation: The server name specified is being
skipped because it could not be resolved to a valid
server name.
Explanation: The administrator credentials are valid.
System action: None.
User response: No action is required.
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System action: The connection was established.
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ANR1707E
Server information not complete,
crossdefine not allowed.
ANR1711E
Error accessing the server or server
group name Name.
Explanation: The SERVERHLADDRESS,
SERVERLLADDRESS or SERVERPASSWORD has not
been set for this server. These are required for the
CROSSDEFINE option on the define server command.
Explanation: A server operation attempted to access
the server name or server group name specified. An
error occurred while trying to access the information
for this server name or server group name.
System action: The command fails.
System action: The server operation fails.
User response: Use the QUERY STATUS command to
find what values need to be set. An authorized
administrator must issue the SET
SERVERHLADDRESS, SET and SERVERLLADDRESS
or SET SERVERPASSWORD command to set the
missing values.
User response: Review the activity log to try to
determine the cause of the failure. If a cause can not be
determines, please contact your local service
representative.
ANR1708I
Define server for Server name failed
because the crossdefine failed.
Explanation: The define server command failed
because the crossdefine parameter was included, and
the crossdefine was not successful.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Check this server, and the server being
defined for other messages indicating the reason for the
failure.
ANR1709E
Command.: Failure determining current
usage for server or group name Server
name.
Explanation: The specified command failed to
determine the current use of the server name or server
group specified.
ANR1712W
Explanation: Command routing is not allowed from
the server console.
System action: The command is not executed.
User response: Reissue the command from an
Administrative client.
ANR1713I
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1714W
User response: Retry the command. If it continues to
fail and the cause of the failure can not be determined,
please contact your local service representative.
Command.: Name Name not valid for this
command.
Explanation: The name specified for this command is
not valid for this operation. The first case is that a
server name was specified for a command requiring a
server group name. The other case is where a server
group name was specified for a command requiring a
server name.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Retry the command specifying the
proper name.
Command 'command' issued against
server server name.
Explanation: The specified command has been sent to
the indicated server. The command is to terminate the
specified server, no confirmation will be recieved.
System action: The command fails.
ANR1710E
Command routing not allowed from
server console.
The password for administrator
administartor name has expired. The
password for this administrator must be
updated on the configuration manager
server server name.
Explanation: The password for the named
administrator has expired, but the administrator is a
managed object on this server. The password must be
updated on the named configuration manager server.
System action: The administrator is allow access to
the server.
User response: Change the administrator's password
on the named configuration manager server.
ANR1715E
Event server cannot be deleted - it is
currently active.
Explanation: The event server cannot be deleted since
it is currently active for event logging.
System action: The server does not delete the event
server entry.
User response: In order to delete the event server, it
must not be currently active for event logging. To stop
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event logging to the event server issue END
EVENTLOGGING EVENTSERVER. Then reissue the
DELETE EVENTSERVER command.
ANR1716I
Server cannot be crossdefined to itself,
crossdefine not allowed.
Explanation: An attempt was made to crossdefine the
server to itself.
System action: The command fails.
User response: None.
ANR1717E
Command: Command failed Non-Compatible Filespace name types
have been specified.
Explanation: A server command has been entered but
cannot be processed because Non-Compatible Filespace
name types have been specified.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Specify compatible filespace names.
Unicode to Unicode or Non-Unicode to Non-Unicode.
ANR1718E
Command: Reconstruction of file
aggregates is supported only for
movement in which the source and
target storage pools are
sequential-access.
User response: Provide a valid primary storage pool
name as the destination storage pool if the source pool
is a primary storage pool. If the source pool is a copy
storage pool do not specify a destination pool, or,
specify the same copy storage pool as the destination
pool.
ANR1720I
A path from source name to destination
name has been defined.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE PATH
command, the path from the source name to the
destination name has been defined in the server
database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1721I
A path from source name to destination
name has been deleted.
Explanation: In response to the DELETE PATH
command or to an UPDATE DEVCLASS command
with the MOUNTLIMIT parameter, the path from the
source name to the destination name has been deleted
in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1722I
A path from source name to destination
name has been updated.
Explanation: The indicated command specifies that
file aggregates be reconstructed during a move
operation for which reconstruction is not supported.
Aggregates are reconstructed only when both the
source storage pool and the target storage pool are
sequential-access.
Explanation: In response to the UPDATE PATH
command, the path from the source name to the
destination name has been updated in the server
database.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: None.
User response: Reissue the command without
specifying that aggregates should be reconstructed.
Alternatively, specify a move operation involving
transfer of data within a sequential-access storage pool
or between two sequential-access storage pools.
ANR1719E
Storage pool storage pool name specified
on the MOVE NODEDATA command is
not a valid pool name or pool type.
Explanation: If the source storage pool specified in the
command is a primary storage pool, then the
destination storage pool specified must also be a
primary storage pool. If the source storage pool is a
copy storage pool, then the specified destination
storage pool must be the same storage pool as the
source storage pool.
System action: The MOVE NODEDATA process fails.
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System action: Server operation continues.
ANR1723E
A path is already defined using source
name and destination name.
Explanation: In response to the DEFINE PATH
command, the server determines that a path with the
same source name and the same destination name
already exists in the server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Correct the source name or destination
name and re-enter this command.
ANR1724W
Command: Server server name is currently
in use.
Explanation: The command shown specifies a server
that is currently in use. The server is referenced in a
PATH used for LANFree access to a FILE device type
drive in a shared library.
ANR1725E • ANR1734E
System action: The server does not process the
command.
the destination in a path that still exists in the server
database.
User response: Reissue the command at a later time.
In order to delete the server specified, it must not be
currently connected to the server, it may not be
referenced in a device class, it can not be defined to be
the event server, and it cannot be referenced within a
PATH definition as a FILE device type drive.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR1725E
The source or destination name name is
invalid and the command command
failed.
User response: Delete the existing path and reissue
this command.
ANR1730I
Data mover mover name has been
defined.
Explanation: The data mover has been defined in the
server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
Explanation: The source or destination name is invalid
in the DEFINE PATH, DELETE PATH, or PERFORM
LIBACTION command.
User response: None.
System action: Server operations continue.
ANR1731I
User response: Issue the command again with a valid
source or destination name.
ANR1726E
A operation using the path from
sourcename to destname is currently being
used.
Explanation: This path was in use when the command
was entered. The attributes of a path may not be
changed while it is being used.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Wait until the operation using this
path is complete, or cancel the operation using this
path, and then reissue the command.
ANR1727E
A path from sourcename to destname does
not exist.
Explanation: The path being updated or deleted does
not exist.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command with a different
source or destination name or define a new path.
ANR1728E
The library libname is not a SCSI or VTL
library.
Explanation: A drive that is to be used by a NAS data
mover must be attached to a SCSI or VTL library.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command with a different
drive name.
ANR1729E
A path using the data mover source name
still exists.
Data mover mover name has been
deleted.
Explanation: The data mover has been deleted in the
server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1732I
Data mover mover name has been
updated.
Explanation: The data mover has been updated in the
server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1733E
Data mover mover name is already
defined.
Explanation: A DEFINE DATAMOVER command was
entered for a data mover that already exists in the
server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Use the UPDATE DATAMOVER to
change the attributes in this data mover. Otherwise use
a different data mover name.
ANR1734E
Data mover mover name is not defined.
Explanation: An UPDATE DATAMOVER command
was entered for a data mover that does not exist in the
server database.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Correct the data mover name or use
the DEFINE DATAMOVER command to define a new
data mover.
Explanation: In the DELETE DATAMOVER command,
the data mover name supplied is either the source or
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ANR1735E
Data mover data mover is currently being
used.
Explanation: A data mover was in use when the
command was entered. The attributes of a data mover
may not be changed while it is being used.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Wait until the operation using this
data mover is complete, or cancel the operation using
this data mover, and then reissue the command.
ANR1736E
Command: Parameter parameter length is
invalid.
Explanation: The specified server command has been
entered with a parameter that is longer or smaller in
length than the allowed length.
ANR1740W
Explanation: The server master encryption key was
not stored when the database was backed up.
System action: The command continues.
User response: To store a copy of the server master
encryption key during database backup, you must
specify the PROTECTKEYS and PASSWORD
parameters on the SET DBRECOVERY or BACKUP DB
command.
ANR1741E
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR1737E
Command: Device name device specified
is invalid.
Explanation: The specified command has been entered
with an invalid device name.
System action: The command failed.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
device name.
ANR1738W
The database backup does not contain a
copy of the server master encryption
key. The server master encryption key
will not be restored.
Explanation: This databackup backup was completed
in a server level that does not support encryption.
The database backup does not contain a
copy of the server master encryption
key. The server master encryption key
will not be restored.
The server master encryption key in the
database backup cannot be read. The
password might be incorrect, or the
encryption key might be invalid.
Explanation: The server master encryption key stored
in the database backup cannot be read. To access the
master encryption key, a password is required. If the
password is incorrect, the master encryption key cannot
be accessed. If the password is correct, the master
encryption key is not being read properly.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Verify that the password is correct and
retry the command. If the password is correct, you can
skip restoring the master encryption key. To skip
restoring the master encryption key, you must specify
the RESTOREKeys=No value on the DSMSERV
RESTORE DB command. Warning: If you skip restoring
the master encryption key, you will be unable to
retrieve data stored in any encrypted storage pool, and
no new data will be allowed to be stored in any
encrypted storage pool.
ANR1742I
System action: The command continues.
The server master encryption key was
restored successfully.
User response: None
Explanation: The server master encryption key was
restored to the server password file.
ANR1739E
System action: N/A
The database backup contains a copy of
the server master encryption key but no
password was provided.
Explanation: To restore the server master encryption
key, a password must be specified on the DSMSERV
RESTORE DB command.
System action: The command fails.
User response: ToRestore the server master encryption
key, specify a password on the DSMSERV RESTORE
DB command. If you do not want to restore the master
encryption key, you must specify the
RESTOREKeys=No value.
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User response: None
ANR1743E
The parm parameter is required to be
enabled when PASSWORD is specified.
Explanation: The PASSWORD parameter is only used
when the specified parameter has an enabled value.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Remove the PASSWORD parameter or
enable the keys parameter. To enable the keys
parameter for the SET DB RECOVERY or BACKUP DB
commands, set the PROTECTKEYS parameter to YES.
To enable the keys parameter for the DSMSERV
ANR1744E • ANR1759E
RESTORE DB utility, set the RESTOREKEYS parameter
to YES or ONLY.
ANR1744E
The world wide name is invalid for the
destination of the path being defined.
Explanation: A path was being defined from a
datamover to a destination and that destination has an
incorrect world wide name specified.
User response: Add the PASSWORD parameter or
disable the keys parameter. To disable the keys
parameter for the SET DB RECOVERY or BACKUP DB
commands, set the PROTECTKEYS parameter to NO.
To disable the keys parameter for the DSMSERV
RESTORE DB utility, set the RESTOREKEYS parameter
to NO.
ANR1749W
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Update the destination's definition
with the correct world wide name.
ANR1745I
The HBA is busy and SAN devices
cannot be discovered.
Explanation: The SAN device discovery function is
busy. The requested HBA API query cannot be
completed at this time. This type of timeout is
generally caused by a bad HBA adapter in a system
with multiple HBAs.
The drive library name drive name was not
found on the SAN. The path definition
for this drive has been marked offline.
Explanation: During device discovery on a storage
area network a device was not found that has the same
serial number as the drive defined to IBM Spectrum
Protect.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Verify that the serial number of the
drive definition is correct and that the drive is
operational.
System action: Server operations continue.
ANR1750E
The server detected an internal error,
return code = return code.
User response: Check all HBA adapters on the system
and ensure that all of them are functioning correctly.
Reissue the QUERY SAN command.
Explanation: An unexpected error occured during
server operation.
System action: Server operation continues.
ANR1746E
The path from data mover datamover
name to drive library name drive name is
not online.
Explanation: A server-free operation requested the
specified device. The device cannot be used because the
path from the datamover to the device is not online.
User response: Use the QUERY ACTLOG command to
examine messages prior to this error to determine the
cause of the data storage failure. If the failure can be
found and resolved, retry the operation. If the failure
cannot be found, contact your service representative for
assistance in resolving the problem.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Determine the reason for the path
being offline; if possible, update the path status to
online.
ANR1747E
The library libname is not a ZOSMEDIA
enabled library.
Explanation: Defining a PATH to a library using the
ZOSMEDIASERVER parameter requires the library be a
ZOSMEDIA library ( e.g., DEFINE LIB libname
LIBTYPE=ZOSMEDIA ).
System action: The server ignores the command.
ANR1758I
Repaired extents damaged extents in
directory container pools.
Explanation: The server repaired the specified number
of extents.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1759E
Command: A device with SCSI
datamover capabilities was not found in
the system configuration for datamover
datamover name.
User response: Reissue the command with the correct
library name.
Explanation: The scsi address could not be
determined for a device that is capable of performing
datamover operations.
ANR1748E
System action: The requested operation fails.
The PASSWORD parameter is required
when parm is enabled.
Explanation: The PASSWORD parameter is required
when the specified parameter has an enabled value.
User response: Verify that the hardware that can
perform SCSI datamover operations is installed and
powered on.
System action: The command fails.
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ANR1760E
Command: Command failed for node
node name, filespace filespace name destination storage pool storage pool was
skipped.
Explanation: The indicated command failed because
the destination storage pool was skipped. A storage
pool may be skipped because it does not have enough
available space, or because it has a MAXSIZE value
that is less than the size of the object to be inserted.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Ensure that the destination storage
pool is available, has an adequate MAXSIZE setting,
and has adequate space. The MAXSIZE setting may be
changed using the UPDATE STGPOOL command.
Space may be added to the storage pool by checking in
scratch volumes or defining new volumes in the
storage pool. If volumes in the destination storage pool
are offline, use the VARY ONLINE command to vary
them online and make them available for use. Correct
the problem and reissue the command.
ANR1761E
Command: Command failed for node
node name, filespace filespace name storage media is inaccessible.
Explanation: The indicated command failed because
required storage media is unavailable.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Ensure that there are sufficient
volumes available for storing backups and that any
volumes required for restore are checked in and
available. Correct the problem and try the command
again.
ANR1762E
Command: Command failed for node
node name, filespace filespace name mount point unavailable.
Explanation: The indicated command failed because
sufficient mount points are not available.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Ensure that sufficient mount points are
available and working correctly. Correct the problem
and try the command again.
ANR1763E
Command: Command failed - see
previous error messages or view the
activity log.
to determine the source of the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages if needed. Correct the problem and try the
command again.
ANR1764E
Command: Command failed - loadable
module module name is not available.
Explanation: The indicated server command has failed
because it requires the availability of the specified
loadable module, but the module is not loaded.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Make sure the necessary loadable
module is available for your platform. Not all modules
are available on all platforms. If the module is available
for your platform and is installed, contact your service
representative for assistance.
ANR1765E
Command:The number of copy threads
entered, copythreads, exceed the
capabilities of the datamover.
Explanation: A datamover has an upper limit of the
number of copy threads that it is capable of executing.
The copythreads parameter provided is greater than
this limit.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Make sure the value entered for the
copythreads parameter is less than the maximum for
this datamover. Using the default for the number of
copythreads sets the number of copythreads to the
datamover's maximum value.
ANR1766E
Command: NAS device datamover reports
a drive affinity for drive tape drive that
does not match this data mover.
Explanation: A NAS device returned an affinity
identifier for a tape drive that does not match the
recorded affinity identifier for the data mover.
System action: The command fails.
User response: Check the High Level Address for the
data mover and verify that it is a node management
network interface on the NAS cluster. Verify that the
interface is located on the appropriate node cluster.
ANR1767I
Process process number for NAS node
node name will use NAS data mover
datamover
Explanation: The indicated server command has
failed. This message is always preceded by one or more
other error messages which provide more detail about
why the command failed.
Explanation: An alternate NAS data mover was
selected for the current NAS operation.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: None.
User response: Examine the previous error messages
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System action: The NAS operation continues.
ANR1768E • ANR1776I
ANR1768E
Command: The device name provided
conflicts with a device name that is
already in use.
Explanation: The device name provided in the
command is already used by an existing path.
System action: The command is not processed.
User response: Determine the reason the path is
inaccessible, such as a hardware problem. Make any
needed corrections. Then, issue the the UPDATE PATH
command with the ONLINE=YES option to make the
path online.
ANR1773W
User response: Specify a valid DEVICE parameter that
is not used by any other drive or library.
ANR1769E
Command: Command failed - multiple
actions between commit actions not
allowed.
Explanation: A server script that performs multiple
actions between commit actions is not allowed. For
example, deletion of multiple paths before each of the
deletions is committed is not allowed.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Rewrite the script or macro so that no
new command is issued until the previous command is
committed.
ANR1770E
Processing for session session id found
destination new destination. Expected
current destination.
Explanation: The system is unable to update the path
information in the database table.
System action: .
User response: None.
ANR1774E
User response: From the client, quit the current
remote image request. Reissue the request, if desired.
The Query Status command failed, and
server initialization has not completed.
Allow server initialization to complete,
and then try the command again.
Explanation: The command Query Status failed
because server initialization has not completed.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Allow server initialization to complete,
and then try the command again.
ANR1775I
Explanation: While processing a remote image
operation, the specified session was working with the
current destination. But the server received a client
request with a new destination name.
System action: Server operation continues.
Unable to update the path in the
database path source name and drive drive
name .
Data mover mover name has been
defined, however a connection to the
data mover failed. Please check the
attributes of the file server specified in
the definition of the data mover.
Explanation: The data mover has been defined in the
server database, however the server cannot connect to
the file server associated with the data mover. The
connection failed because of one of the following
possible reasons:
The path from remote server remote
server name to destination destination name
with the destination device type is not
valid.
v One of the parameters specified during datamover
definition was incorrect: TCP/IP address of the file
server, user id, password, TCP/IP port
Explanation: The library manager receives a command
to update the path for the remote server. The device
type field of the destination device is not valid. The
destination for update path from remote server must be
either drive or library.
v NDMP server limits the number of opened NDMP
sessions
ANR1771E
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Determine why the device type field of
the destination device is not valid.
ANR1772E
The path from source source name to
destination drive name is taken offline.
Explanation: The path is now marked offline.
System action: The path is inaccessible.
v File server is not accessible
System action: The data mover is defined to the
server.
User response: Check that the file server associated
with the data mover is accessible through the network;
check each of the attributes specified during datamover
definition; check the number of open NDMP sessions
with the file server.
ANR1776I
Data mover mover name has been
updated, however a connection to the
data mover failed. Please check the
attributes of the file server specified in
the update command.
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Explanation: The data mover has been updated in the
server database, however the server cannot connect to
the file server associated with the data mover. The
connection failed because of one of the following
possible reasons:
ANR1780I
Command: The network-attached storage
(NAS) cluster cluster name has tape
devices attached to cluster node cluster
node
v One of the parameters specified during datamover
update was incorrect: TCP/IP address of the file
server, user id, password, TCP/IP port
Explanation: The server has discovered tape drives
attached to a node in a NAS cluster during a DEFINE
DATAMOVER or UPDATE DATAMOVER command.
v File server is not accessible
System action: Server processing continues.
v NDMP server limits the number of opened NDMP
sessions
User response: None.
System action: The data mover definition is updated.
ANR1781I
User response: Check that the file server associated
with the data mover is accessible through the network;
check each of the attributes specified in the datamover
update command; check the number of open NDMP
sessions with the file server.
ANR1777W
Command: New cluster node cluster node
on NAS cluster nas cluster is assigned
same cluster affinity as cluster node
existing cluster node
Explanation: A NAS cluster device reported a cluster
node with a cluster affinity identifier that is the same
as an existing data mover.
Command: The network-attached storage
(NAS) cluster cluster name requires new
data mover, cluster node, for tape drive
access.
Explanation: The server has discovered a node within
in a NAS cluster with attached tape drives. A new data
mover will be defined to provide access to the attached
tape drives.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: When a datamover is created by the
server for node within a cluster you should identify the
tape drives attached to the node. Define paths from the
new datamover to each drive you want to use for
backup of the NAS cluster.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: Check the data movers reported in the
message and updata any existing device paths defined
for these data movers based upon the current
configuration of the NAS cluster.
ANR1778E
Command: Invalid or missing parameter.
Explanation: The specified server command has been
entered with an invalid parameter, or, is missing a
required parameter.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR1782I
Explanation: After the REST services start,
applications that use REST services can query and
manage the storage environment by connecting to the
Operations Center.
System action: Server operation continues as the REST
services are started.
User response: You can disable the REST services by
removing the monitoring administrator. To remove the
monitoring administrator, issue the following
administrative command: set monitoringadmin ""
ANR1783I
ANR1779I
backupset process name process completed:
successful count backupset(s) were
generated or defined out of total count
backupset(s) requested by the
command's specifications.
Explanation: A GENERATE or DEFINE BACKUPSET
command has finished successfully, and the backupsets
described in previous messages have been created.
System action: The backupsets described have been
created.
User response: None.
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Representational State Transfer (REST)
services are starting at time.
Representational State Transfer (REST)
services were stopped at time.
Explanation: After the REST services are stopped,
applications that use REST services can no longer query
and manage the storage environment by connecting to
the Operations Center.
System action: Server operation continues after the
REST services are stopped.
User response: You can enable the REST services by
adding a monitoring administrator. For example, to add
a monitoring administrator who is named JANE, issue
the following administrative command: set
monitoringadmin jane
ANR1786W • ANR1792W
ANR1786W
HBAAPI not able to get adapter name.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function getAdapterName
failed. The server will continue to access next adapter if
it exists.
System action: None.
User response: The IBM Spectrum Protect SAN
discovery will not work with this Host Bus Adapter.
For the list of supported HBAs and required driver
levels by operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
ANR1787W
Unable to open adapter adapter name.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function to open the host
bus adapter (HBA) failed.
System action: None.
User response: The IBM Spectrum Protect SAN
discovery will not work with this Host Bus Adapter.
For the list of supported HBAs and required driver
levels by operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
ANR1788W
ANR1790W
Explanation: SAN discovery failed.
System action: None.
User response: SAN discovery failed. This may be a
problem with the HBA firmware, HBA or the HBA
verdor's HBAAPI driver. For the list of supported
HBAs and required driver levels by operating system,
see techdoc 1193154 at http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
ANR1791W
v For windows, the HBAAPI wrapper library is
hbaapi.dll.
v For AIX, the HBAAPI wrapper library is
libHBAAPI.a.
v
For Solaris, the HBAAPI wrapper library is
libhbaapi32.so for 32 bit application and
libhbaapi64.so for 64 bit application.
v
For Linux, the HBAAPI wrapper library is
libhbaapi32.so for 32 bit application and
libhbaapi64.so for 64 bit application.
System action: None.
User response: Make sure the HBAAPI wrapper
library for this platform is in the same directory as the
IBM Spectrum Protect server executable. AIX is the
only exception with HBAAPI wrapper library
libHBAAPI.a in /usr/lib.
ANR1792W
System action: None.
User response: SAN discovery does not work for this
adapter. For the list of supported HBAs and required
driver levels by operating system, see techdoc 1193154
at http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154
HBAAPI wrapper library file name failed
to load or is missing.
Explanation: This library is provided by IBM
Spectrum Protect. It is required for discovery of devices
on a SAN.
Unable to retrieve the adapter attributes
for adapter name.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function failed to retrieve
the adapter' attributes. This problem is caused by a
nonfunctional Fibre Channel adapter on the system.
Check this adapter to ensure it works properly. This
problem also can be caused by other non Fibre Channel
types of adapters on the system, such as, a SAS or a
parallel SCSI adapter. This message can be ignored if
you are using a non Fibre Channel adapter.
SAN discovery failed.
HBAAPI vendor library failed to load or
is missing.
Explanation: The HBAAPI vendor library failed to
load or is missing. This HBAAPI library is provided by
the Host Bus Adapter (HBA) vendor. It is required for
IBM Spectrum Protect server to discover devices on the
SAN.
System action: None.
ANR1789W
Get HBA target mapping failed.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function to get the target
mapping failed.
System action: None.
User response: SAN discovery will not work for this
adapter. For the list of supported HBAs and required
driver levels by operating system, see techdoc 1193154
at http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
User response: Ensure the HBAAPI file exists on the
system. If the driver level on your system is not
supported, go to the HBA vendor's website and
download/install the HBA driver. For the list of
supported HBAs and required driver levels by
operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154. The following is an
example of some of the HBA vendor's HBAAPI file:
v
For UNIX systems, This HBAAPI vendor library's
location is indicated in /etc/hba.conf. For example:
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qla2x00
/usr/lib/libqlsdm.so
com.emulex.emulexapilibrary
/usr/lib/libemulexhbaapi.so
v For Windows systems, verify the location of the
HBAAPI vendor library by checking LibraryFile in:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
SOFTWARE
SNIA
HBA
<HBAAPI library>
ANR1793W
IBM Spectrum Protect SAN discovery is
not supported on this platform or this
version of OS.
Explanation: SAN discovery for this platform is
currently not supported.
System action: None.
User response: SAN discovery will not work for this
platform.
v For AIX, we only support AIX5.2F and above
v For HP, we do not support this platform yet.
v For Linux, we do not support Linux-zOS yet.
v For Windows, we do not support Windows 2003 64
bit yet.
For the list of supported HBAs and required driver
levels by operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
ANR1794W
IBM Spectrum Protect SAN discovery is
disabled by options.
Explanation: SAN discovery is disabled by option
SANDISCOVERY OFF or SANDISCOVERY
UNSCANNEDPATHOFF.
User response: None.
ANR1796E
Explanation: The device name is not in the form of
TAPEx or CHANGERx.
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Change the device name to TAPEx or
CHANGERx and retry the command.
ANR1797E
ANR1795I
The device driver has been updated
successfully for device old device name.
The new device name is new device name.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the CHANGE DEVDRIVER command. The device
driver for device old device name has been updated
successfully.
System action: Server operation continues.
Device device name is not supported by
the IBM Spectrum Protect device driver.
Explanation: Device device name is not supported by
the IBM Spectrum Protect device driver. The hardware
ID was not found in the IBM Spectrum Protect device
driver INF file, i.e. tsmlb.inf and tsmmt.inf.
System action: The server fails the command.
User response: Access the IBM Spectrum Protect Web
site at www.ibm.com/software/sysmgmt/products/
support/IBMTivoliStorageManager.html and navigate
to the device support information for the server's
operating system. Verify if the device is supported. If
the device is supported by the IBM Spectrum Protect
device driver, contact your service representative.
ANR1798E
Device driver update failed for device
device name.
Explanation: The CHANGE DEVDRIVER operation
failed for device device name.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: None.
ANR1799E
System action: None.
User response: SAN discovery is currently disabled
either by default by the SANDISCOVERY OFF option
depending on the platform or by the SANDISCOVERY
UNSCANNEDPATHOFF option. For the list of
supported HBAs and required driver levels by
operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
Invalid device name device name.
The IBM Spectrum Protect device driver
is not installed, or one or more device
driver files are missing.
Explanation: The server command has failed because
the IBM Spectrum Protect device driver is not installed,
or one or more device driver files are missing.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Make sure the IBM Spectrum Protect
device driver is installed. and the following files are not
missing. %WINDIR%\system32\drivers\tsmscsi.sys (or
tsmscsi64.sys for 64-bit Windows), %WINDIR%\inf\
tsmmt.inf, and %WINDIR%\inf\tsmlb.inf.
ANR1801E
Eventlog command: Invalid event or event
class - Event or event class name.
Explanation: An event logging command has been
entered which specifies an unknown event or event
class.
System action: The command is ignored for the
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invalid event or event class. Any valid events or classes
specified are processed.
User response: Reissue the command with the correct
event or event class.
ANR1802E
Device device name was not found.
Explanation: The device was not found in the device
information set. The vendor ID and/or product ID, or
device name may be invalid, or the device has been
removed from the system.
System action: The activity that generated this error
fails.
User response: Reissue the command with the correct
vendor ID and product ID, or device name.
ANR1806I
Some data is skipped because the
operation cannot be completed for
container or cloud storage pools.
Explanation: Container or cloud storage pools cannot
be used for storage pool backup, reclamation,
migration, collocation, export, import, NDMP, generate
backupset or simultaneous-write.
System action: The server skips the object and
processes the next available object.
User response: Use another method or storage pool
type to store the data.
ANR1807I
Table updating statistics performed
successfully for processed table.
Explanation: Runstat successfully run on that table.
ANR1803W
SAN discovery module module name is
not installed correctly.
Explanation: The server attempted to load the SAN
discovery module, but the permissions or ownership of
the file are incorrect.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: No user action required.
ANR1808I
System action: Server operation continues, but
without SAN discovery function.
User response: Ensure that the SAN discovery module
is executable, has the setuid bit turned on, and is
owned by root. The SAN discovery module is called
'dsmqsan' and must reside in the server or storage
agent executable directory.
ANR1804W
Command: Process process number
skipping volume volume name in storage
pool pool name because the volume is in
use by another process.
Explanation: The command shown specifies the
volume to be processed, but that volume is currently
being used by another operation.
System action: The server skips the volume and
processes the next available volume.
User response: Check the activity log to determine
which operation was using the volume. If the operation
using the volume is complete reissue the Command to
process the skipped volume.
ANR1805I
This export command does not work
with either container or cloud storage
pools. Object Object Name is skipped.
Object Object ID is skipped because the
operation cannot be completed for cloud
storage pools.
Explanation: Cloud storage pools cannot be used for
storage pool backup, reclamation, migration,
collocation, or simultaneous-write.
System action: The server skips the object and
processes the next available object.
User response: Use another method or storage pool
type to store the data.
ANR1809E
Insufficient memory to activate event
logging.
Explanation: A BEGIN EVENTLOGGING command
has been entered, but the server has insufficient
memory available to activate logging.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: If logging is required, make more
memory available to the server then restart the server.
ANR1810E
Eventlog command: Invalid receiver receiverName.
Explanation: An event logging command has been
entered which specifies an unknown event log receiver
(maybe unknown just to this platform).
Explanation: Container storage pools cannot be used
for storage pool backup, reclamation, migration,
collocation, export, import, or simultaneous-write.
System action: The command is ignored for the
invalid receiver. Any valid receivers specified are
processed.
System action: The server skips the object and
processes the next available object.
User response: Reissue the command with the correct
receiver.
User response: Use another method or storage pool
type to store the data.
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ANR1811W
The Host Bus Adapter API package
might not be installed.
System action: None.
User response: The HBA API does not provide the
number of Fibre Channel adapters from the host
system. The HBA API file version that is on your
operating system might not be supported or the HBA
API package might not be installed. Go to the HBA
vendor website to obtain the latest version of the HBA
API. For a list of supported HBAs and required HBA
API levels by operating system, see techdoc 1193154 at
http://www.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21193154.
ANR1812E
DELETE FILESPACE filespace name for
node node name failed deletion because
of a replication in progress.
Explanation: The reported filespace belonging to the
reported node is currently being replicated as part of a
REPLICATE NODE command. A filespace cannot be
deleted while the replication is in progress.
System action: The DELETE FILESPACE ends with a
state of FAILURE.
User response: Use the QUERY PROCESS command
to view active REPLICATE NODE processes. Either
wait for the replication to complete or cancel the
replication process with the CANCEL PROCESS or
CANCEL REPLICATION commands, and reissue the
DELETE FILESPACE command.
ANR1813W
Filespace filespace name for node node
name is a replication replication role.
Explanation: The reported filespace is either the
source or target of a replicated node. The DELETE
FILESPACE command will delete the data on this
server, but will not delete the data on any other
replication servers.
System action: The DELETE FILESPACE command
continues.
User response: If this message indicates this filespace
is the source of replicated data, then login to all servers
containing replicated data from this filespace and issue
the DELETE FILESPACE command to remove the data
from those servers. If this message indicates this
filespace is the target of replicated data, ensure that the
filespace on the source server is either deleted, or
updated to no longer replicate to this server.
ANR1814W
The database manager cannot load the
security plugin file name.
Explanation: The database manager cannot load the
security plugin. This plugin controls access to the
database manager from the IBM Spectrum Protect
server.
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System action: The server stops.
User response: Inspect the DB2 diagnostic log file to
identify the reason the database manager cannot load
the security plugin. Correct the problem and restart the
server.
ANR1815W
Check target server for storage problems
during replication of node node list.
Explanation: During the replication process for the
specified nodes, there were problems storing data at
the replication target server.
System action: Processing ends.
User response: Check the activity log of the target
server for specific error messages relating to data
storage during the replication process.
ANR1816W
The names of one or more files were
truncated. Examine log file log file name
for details.
Explanation: The DSMSERV INSERTDB command
attempted to insert a database row describing a file
whose path name is longer than the maximum path
name supported by IBM Spectrum Protect V6. The IBM
Spectrum Protect V5 server supported path names of
up to 8000 bytes, but the V6 server does not allow path
names to be longer than 6000 bytes.
System action: The name of the file was replaced by a
system-generated name. Information needed to restore
the file to its original name was written to the specified
log file.
The log file contains two sections. The first section lists
files whose names were truncated. The second section
identifies the node names and filespace names of the
truncated files.
The first section is identified by the header "-Truncated Files --". Each line of this section identifies
one file whose name was truncated. The line consists of
four fields, separated by tabs:
v Node ID - a numeric identifier for the node that
owns the file.
v Filespace ID - a numeric identifier for the file's
filespace.
v New Name - the system generated name that was
assigned to the file.
v Original Name - the original name of the file.
The second section is identified by the header "-- Node
and Filespace Names --". Each line in this section maps
the node ID and filespace ID associated with one or
more of the files in the first section to a node name and
filespace name that can be specified on a restore
command. The line consists of four fields, separated by
tabs:
ANR1817W • ANR1821W
v Node ID - a numeric identifier for the node that
owns the file.
v Node Name - the name of the node associated with
the node ID.
v Filespace ID - a numeric identifier for the file's
filespace.
v Filespace Name - the name of the filespace associated
with the filespace ID.
User response: Inspect the contents of the specified
log file. If necessary, use the information in the log file
to restore the files to their original name.
ANR1817W
command: No valid nodes were
identified for import on target server
tgtServerName.
Explanation: During a server-to-server export, the
import process on the target server reported that none
of the node definitions in the export data were valid for
import. No node data was imported on the target
server.
System action: None.
User response: Check for warning or error messages
on the target server and handle as needed.
ANR1818W
command: No valid nodes were
identified for import.
Explanation: During a server import process none of
the node definitions in the import data were valid for
import. No node data was imported.
System action: None.
User response: Check for warning or error messages
during the import process on the server and handle as
needed.
ANR1820E
The server could not connect to the
database manager by using TCP/IP port
port number.
Explanation: The server attempted to connect to the
database by using TCP/IP, but it was not able to do so.
System action: The server stops.
User response: First, verify that the port number is
not already in use. Possible methods include:
v On Unix systems, inspect /etc/services for an
occurance of the port number.
v Use the netstat command to determine if a service is
listening on the port number.
If a conflict is detected, specify a different port number
on the DBMTCPPORT option in the server options file
and restart the server.
If no conflict is found, use the "db2 get database
manager config" command to verify that the
SVCENAME configuration parameter is set to the port
number identified by the message. If not, then use the
"db2 update database manager config using
SVCENAME port number" command to manually
update the configuration parameter. Ensure that the
value specified is also specified on the DBMTCPPORT
server option. Restart the server.
Finally, use the "db2set" command to verify that the
DB2COMM environment variable is set to "TCPIP". If
not, then use the "db2set DB2COMM=TCPIP"
command to set the environment variable and restart
the server.
ANR1821W
Event logging is not started for the
receiverName receiver.
Explanation: A read-only attribute is assigned to
non-root users and their tape device files. If this
attribute is not changed, non-root users cannot store
data to tape devices. This only affects HP-UX, Linux,
and Solaris operating systems.
Explanation: In response to a BEGIN
EVENTLOGGING command, recording of event log
records to the specified receiver was attempted. The
event logging for the specified receiver is already
started because either the receiver is currently running
or the receiver was terminated previously and is still in
the process of writing the messages that were queued
up for processing.
System action: The open operation fails.
System action: None.
User response: Issue the CHMOD system command
to change the read-only attribution for specific tape
device files and run the previously failed operation
again. See Technote 1321130 for details about resolving
this problem: https://www-304.ibm.com/support/
docview.wss?uid=swg21321130
User response: Check to see if the event log receiver is
already started by issuing the QUERY STATUS
command, and checking the Active Receivers field.
Some event log receivers such as FILETEXT,
FILETEXTEXIT, USEREXIT, and Tivoli receiver, can be
started during server initialization if they are
configured in the server options file.
ANR1819E
Permission denial to device device name.
v If the event log receiver is already started you do not
take any further action.
v If the event log receiver is not currently running then
wait and try to start it again after a short delay.
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ANR1822I
Event logging ended for the receiverName
receiver.
Explanation: In response to an END
EVENTLOGGING command or because an error
occurred, event log records are no longer being output
to the specified receiver.
User response: Configure the client or target server to
use a higher TLS/SSL protocol. This may require
importing a new server certificate on the client or target
server. For example, import the cert256.arm instead of
the cert.arm file.
ANR1829E
System action: None.
Eventlog command: Server events may not
be disabled for the activity log receiver.
User response: None.
Explanation: A DISABLE EVENT command has been
entered for the activity log receiver.
ANR1823I
System action: The command is ignored for the
activity log receiver. Any valid receivers specified are
processed.
Event logging ended for all receivers.
Explanation: In response to an END
EVENTLOGGING command, event log records are no
longer being output to any receiver.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1824E
Event logging is inactive for the
specified receiver.
Explanation: An END EVENTLOGGING command
has been entered, but logging is not active for the
specified receiver.
System action: The command is ignored.
User response: If logging is desired, use the ENABLE
EVENT and BEGIN EVENTLOGGING commands to
activate event logging.
User response: Reissue the command with the correct
receiver.
ANR1830E
Explanation: A BEGIN EVENTLOGGING command
has been entered for a receiver, but the required
receiver options were not specified in the server
options file.
System action: Logging is not started for the specified
receiver.
User response: Enter the receiver options in the server
options file and restart the server.
ANR1831I
ANR1825I
Event logging active for the receiverName
receiver.
Explanation: In response to a BEGIN
EVENTLOGGING command, event log records are now
being output to the specified receiver.
receiverName receiver options not defined
in the server options file.
Event logging of client events ended for
ACTLOG receiver.
Explanation: An END EVENTLOGGING command
has been entered for the activity log receiver.
System action: None.
System action: The server no longer records client
events in the activity log. Server events continue to be
recorded in the activity log.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR1827E
Eventlog command: No valid receiver
specified.
ANR1842E
An error occurred on the receiverName
receiver.
Explanation: An event logging command has been
entered, and no valid receivers were specified.
Explanation: An error occurred on the specified
receiver.
System action: The command is ignored.
System action: The server no longer sends events to
the receiver.
User response: Reissue the command with the correct
receiver.
ANR1828W
Session session number for node, admin, or
server name (client platform) refused protocol protocol required.
Explanation: No TLS/SSL connection was established,
therefore the server did not start a session because an
TLS/SSL connection with a higher protocol is required.
System action: Server operation continues.
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User response: Issue a BEGIN EVENTLOGGING
command for the receiver to attempt to start logging
events to the receiver again.
ANR1843I
Fasp monitor collector finished and
exiting.
Explanation: The Fasp monitor processing collector is
terminating processing because the Fasp monitoring
ANR1844I • ANR1856W
function has been set to off or the system is shutting
down.
your configuration to reduce the number of hops.
System action: None, the Fasp monitor collector
terminates.
ANR1852E
User response: The Fasp status processing was turned
off using the SET MONITORFASP command.
Explanation: A network error has occurred in
attempting to send the event header to the Tivoli
Enterprise Console.
ANR1844I
Eventlog command command processed.
Explanation: The specified command was processed.
System action: None.
User response: If any previous messages indicate that
parts of the command failed, reissue the command for
those parts only.
ANR1850E
Circular event logging detected. The
event server has previously handled
event Event number from Source trail. To
prevent looping, events which have
already been logged by the event server
are not sent again. Please correct the
situation causing circular logging to
avoid wasting system resources.
Explanation: The server is attempting to log an event
which has previously been handled by the event server
that is currently defined.
System action: The event is not sent to the event
server. Other events will still be sent, and this message
will be issued periodically if this situation is detected
again.
User response: Determine what is wrong with the
server to server event logging setup, and fix the
problem.
ANR1851E
The source trail for server to server
event logging has exceeded the
maximum length of Maximum sourcetrail
length bytes.
Explanation: While attempting to log an event to the
event server, the server has found that the source trail
length is too long.
System action: The server continues to try to send the
event to the event server, but the source trail may be
truncated and appear something like:
name1
...
name1>...>namex>namey
where,
is the originator of the event.
is where intervening server name(s)
have been left off the source trail.
User response: Most likely you are using very long
server names and/or have excessive hops from server
to server. Either use shorter server names or change
Unable to send header to TEC at TEC
server rc return code
System action: None.
User response: Verify network connections and
contact your service representative if this error persists.
ANR1853E
Unable to send data to TEC at TEC
server rc return code
Explanation: A network error has occurred in
attempting to send the event data to the Tivoli
Enterprise Console.
System action: None.
User response: Verify network connections and
contact your service representative if this error persists.
ANR1854E
Unable to flush data to TEC at TEC
server rc return code
Explanation: A network error has occurred in
attempting to flush data to the Tivoli Enterprise
Console.
System action: None.
User response: Verify network connections and
contact your service representative if this error persists.
ANR1855E
Failure validating protocol between
client and server for node node on
session session number
Explanation: For a node having the "VALIDATE
PROTOCOL" option set to either "DATAONLY" or
"ALL", a validation error occurred. The transaction is
aborted and an indication is sent to the client indicating
the failure.
System action: None.
User response: Verify network connections and
contact your service representative if this error persists.
ANR1856W
Command: No volumes selected to
process.
Explanation: No volumes were eligible for processing
by the AUDIT VOLUME command based upon the
parameters specified.
System action: The AUDIT VOLUME process ends
without processing any volumes.
User response: Review the parameters specified for
the command. If there was an error specifying a
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parameter, re-issue the command with the parameter
corrected.
ANR1857I
AUDIT VOLUME will start count repair
processes.
Explanation: The AUDIT VOLUME command will
process a range of volumes due to one or more of the
following parameters having been specified:
FROMDATE, TODATE, or STGPOOL. The AUDIT
VOLUME processing will start a process for each
volume that qualifies and process an AUDIT VOLUME
for each volume with FIX=YES specified.
System action: One or more volumes are audited and
inconsistent data is discarded.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to audit the volume or 'N' to
stop the process.
ANR1858I
AUDIT VOLUME will start count
inspect processes.
Explanation: The AUDIT VOLUME command will
process a range of volumes due to one or more of the
following parameters having been specified:
FROMDATE, TODATE, or STGPOOL. The AUDIT
VOLUME processing will start a process for each
volume that qualifies and process an AUDIT VOLUME
for each volume with FIX=NO specified.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to audit the volume or 'N' to
stop the process.
ANR1859W
Node node on session session id received
CRC protocol validation information
when it is not configured to do so.
Explanation: The server received protocol validation
information for the session and node specified. The
settings for this node are not configured to perform
protocol validation and any CRC information received
will be ignored.
System action: The server operation continues.
User response: The server administrator should
evaluate whether or not this node should perform
protocol validation. If so, issue the UPDATE NODE
command and specify the VALIDATEPROTOCOL
option with the appropriate setting to enable protocol
validation.
If this is a TYPE=SERVER node for the target of a
virtual volume operation and protocol validation is not
desired, the server definition on the source server
should be updated with VALIDATEPROTOCOL=NO
set. Otherwise, if protocol validate is desired, the
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SERVER type node on the target server should be
updated using the UPDATE NODE command with
VALIDATEPROTOCOL=ALL.
ANR1860E
Drive with serial serial element element
port port and target target lun lun does
not match with the library libraryPath .
Explanation:
System action:
User response:
ANR1861E
Drive with element element port port and
target target lun lun does not match with
the library libraryPath .
Explanation:
System action:
User response:
ANR1862W
command: This command will remove all
replication information for the server
with ID Unique ID.
Explanation: All replication information stored on this
server that references the indicated server will be
deleted. Subsequent replications to the indicated server
may cause data to be re-sent.
System action: The system asks whether you wish to
continue with the REMOVE REPLSERVER command.
User response: To process the REMOVE REPLSERVER
command, enter 'Y' to continue or 'N' to stop the
process.
ANR1863E
library libraryPath and serial serial does
not support Read Element Status
command. It is very old and should be
replaced with newer model.
Explanation:
System action:
User response:
ANR1864E
library libraryPath does not support Read
Element Status command and it does
not have a serial number. It is very old
and should be replaced with newer
model.
Explanation:
System action:
User response:
ANR1865I • ANR1871I
ANR1865I
export command : Summary for
Restartable Export operation export
identifier :
Explanation: A summary of the total number of
objects transmitted in the restartable export operation
with export identifier is displayed following this
message.
System action: Export processing for the command
ends. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1866I
Export/import command: Processing
suspended with status status.
Explanation: The background process to service the
command command was suspended with a SUSPEND
command.
System action: Processing for the command command
stops. Statistics on the number and type of objects
moved, together with the total number of bytes copied,
are displayed on the server console following this
message.
User response: None.
ANR1867I
Export/import command: Processing
completed with status status.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
has completed with status status. If the status is
INCOMPLETE, some files have been skipped due to
errors reading or writing the file.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Statistics on the number and type
of objects moved, together with the total number of
bytes copied, are displayed on the server console
following this message. A summary of the number of
files that were skipped is also displayed.
User response: None.
ANR1868I
Export/import command: Copied filespace
number file spaces archive number archive
files, backup number backup files, and
spacemg number space managed files.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies filespace number client file space definitions,
archive number archive file copies, backup number backup
file copies, and spacemg number space-managed files
from either the server database to export media or from
import media into the server database. Data is not
actually moved if Preview=Yes is specified in the
command export/import command.
User response: None.
ANR1869W
Export/import command: Skipped archive
number archive files, backup number
backup files, and spacemg number space
managed files.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
skipped archive number archive file copies, backup
number backup file copies, and spacemg number
space-managed files from either the server database to
export media or from import media into the server
database. Data is not actually moved if Preview=Yes is
specified in the command export/import command.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: Check previous messages for the
names of the files that were not exported or imported,
and problem determination information.
ANR1870I
Export/import command: Copied number
bytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number bytes of data from the server database
and data storage to the export media or from the
export media to the server database and data storage.
Data is not moved if Preview=Yes is specified in the
command export/import command. This figure can be
used during export preview processing to estimate the
number of removable media volumes needed to hold
the exported information from the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1871I
Export/import command: Copied number
kilobytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number kilobytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
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ANR1872I
Export/import command: Copied number
megabytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number megabytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1873I
Export/import command: Copied number
gigabytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number gigabytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1874I
Export/import command: Copied number
terabytes of data.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
copies number terabytes of data from the server
database and data storage to the export media or from
the export media to the server database and data
storage. This figure can be used during export preview
processing to estimate the number of removable media
volumes needed to hold the exported information from
the server.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1875I
Export/import command: Detected number
errors.
Explanation: The background export or import
process to service the command export/import command
detects number errors while copying information from
the server database and data storage to the export
media or from the export media to the server database
and data storage.
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System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to view the error. Use the QUERY
ACTLOG command to view the activity log and search
for messages.
ANR1876W
Export/import command: Detected an
unexpected value, value, for the
data-transfer path option setting for node
node name. The default value of 'ANY' is
used for the node.
Explanation: The export or import operation detected
an unexpected data-transfer path value for the node. As
a result, the default value of 'ANY' is used for the node
and indicated data-transfer path option.
System action: Export or import processing for the
command completes. Server operation continues.
User response: If the data-transfer path setting of
'ANY' is acceptable for the node, do nothing further. If
you must change the setting, use the UPDATE NODE
command.
ANR1877E
NAS backup process terminated - NAS
file server NAS file server name reported
illegal arguments.
System action: The indicated process ends.
User response: Verify the that the filespace exists on
the NAS file server. If backing up a NAS virtual
filespace verify that the path specified in the virtual
filespace exists.
For details about how to identify the cause of the
terminated NDMP operations, see the NAS file-server
documentation. Check the NDMP logs for the NAS file
server and correct the cause of the errors and restart
the operation.
ANR1878E
A database manager configuration
parameter cannot be updated. The value
of the DIAGSIZE parameter is greater
than the amount of free space available
in the database manager's diagnostic
data directory.
Explanation: The error occurred because the current
value of the DIAGSIZE database manager configuration
parameter is greater than the amount of free space in
the drive or the file system that contains the diagnostic
data directory.
System action: The operation fails. Depending on the
configuration parameter that is being updated, the
server might stop.
User response: Complete one of the following options:
v Specify a smaller value for DIAGSIZE.
ANR1879E • ANR1883E
v Change the location of the diagnostic data directory
to a drive or file system that has more free space.
v Increase the amount of free space on the drive or file
system containing the diagnostic data directory.
To check the current setting of the DIAGSIZE
configuration parameter, issue the following database
command:
User response: Review the server activity log and
determine whether a critical server operation was
canceled that should be restarted. If so, restart the
server operation.
ANR1881E
Command or operation: Failure because the
LDAPUSER password is expired.
db2 get dbm cfg
Explanation: The password credentials for the user
account specified as the LDAPUSER are expired and
need to be updated.
and search for "DIAGSIZE".
System action: The operation fails.
To change the value of the DIAGSIZE configuration
parameter, issue the following command:
db2 update dbm cfg using DIAGSIZE new_size
new_size is the value, in megabytes, of the DIAGSIZE
configuration parameter. The value must be 2 or
greater.
User response: The administrator for the LDAP
directory server must update the password for the
LDAPUSER account in the LDAP directory server.
Then, after the LDAP administrator updates the
password, issue the LDAPPASSWORD command to
match the new password. Reissue the command that
failed.
ANR1882E
For more information, see "Locating DB2 diagnostic log
files" in the product information (http://
www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSEQVQ/).
ANR1879E
command: Multiple replication server IDs
match the specified ID pattern.
Explanation: During a REMOVE REPLSERVER
command, a wildcard was used for the replication
server ID. This resulted in more than 1 matching server
ID. To avoid accidental erasure of replication
information, only a single replication server ID can be
removed at a time.
System action: The command is terminated by the
server.
User response: Issue the REMOVE REPLSERVER
command with a more specific replication server ID
value such that only one matching server ID is selected.
ANR1880W
Server transaction was canceled because
of a conflicting lock on table table name.
Explanation: The server online reorganization for the
referenced table could not be completed because of a
lock conflict between the reorganization process and a
server process. The server process was canceled to
allow the reorganization process to be completed. In
some cases, the server might need to cancel multiple
server processes to resolve the lock conflict.
Consequently, this message might be displayed
multiple times as server processes are forced to stop. In
addition, other server application error messages might
be displayed as the lock conflicts are resolved.
System action: The server will continue to operate;
however, until the lock conflict is resolved, no new
reorganizations will be started.
Command or operation: A password was
reset and must change while accessing
the LDAP administrator or node entry
admin or node name with administrator/node
name or LDAPUSER credentials.
Explanation: The password credentials used for this
operation were reset and you must update the
password on the LDAP directory server.
System action: The operation requires a password
update.
User response: If the operation used the LDAPUSER
credentials, update the password for the user account
specified as the LDAPUSER in the LDAP directory
server. If the operation used node or administrator
credentials, a password expiration status is issued to
force a password update.
ANR1883E
Command or operation: An access failure
occurred while accessing the LDAP
administrator or node entry admin or node
name with administrator/node name or
LDAPUSER credentials.
Explanation: The command failed after the IBM
Spectrum Protect server accessed an entry in the LDAP
directory server and received a locked account error.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: If the operation used the LDAPUSER
credentials, unlock the user account specified as the
LDAPUSER in the LDAP directory server. If the
operation used a node or administrator credentials,
unlock the node or administrator by issuing the
UPDATE NODE or UPDATE ADMIN command with a
password or directly unlock the node or administrator
account in the LDAP directory server.
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ANR1884E
Command or operation: An authentication
failure occurred with the LDAP
directory server when the LDAPUSER
credentials were used.
Explanation: The IBM Spectrum Protect server tried to
authenticate and access was denied.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: Validate that the LDAPUSER, the
LDAPPASSWORD, and the LDAPURL are set to the
correct values. Correct any invalid setting and reissue
the command or operation.
ANR1885E
Command or operation: Permission was
denied when the LDAP administrator or
node entry admin or node name was
accessed as administrator/node name or
LDAPUSER.
operation failed. Specific error details are contained in
previous messages. The common causes of LDAP
failures are as follows:
v A communication error occurred with the LDAP
directory server
v The LDAPURL is invalid or missing (wrong
hostname or base DN)
v The LDAPUSER is invalid or missing (wrong value
or locked)
v The LDAPPASSWORD is invalid or missing (wrong
value or expired)
Update the LDAP directory server settings or contact
your LDAP administrator to resolve this issue
ANR1888W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - client
requires SSL connection with this
server.
Explanation: The command failed after the IBM
Spectrum Protect server authenticated with the LDAP
directory server as the LDAPUSER. Permission was
denied when the server tried to add, modify or delete
an entry in the LDAP directory server.
Explanation: No SSL connection was established,
therefore the server did not start a client session
because the client node or admin requires an SSL
connection.
System action: The operation fails.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: The user specified by the LDAPUSER
needs full access control over the distinguished name
(DN) specified in the LDAPURL server option. Correct
the access control rights of the LDAPUSER or provide a
different LDAPUSER who has full access control rights
over the IBM Spectrum Protect server's DN.
User response: Configure the client to use SSL or
update the node or admin definition on the server such
that SSL is not required (update SSLREQUIRED
parameter). If the node is created with
SSLREQUIRED=SERVERONLY, a corresponding admin
definition is created with SSLREQUIRED=YES. To use a
non-SSL session with a storage agent, rename the
admin with the identical name by issuing the RENAME
ADMIN command.
ANR1886E
Entry entry name was not found in the
LDAP directory server.
Explanation: The command failed because the IBM
Spectrum Protect server tried an operation on an LDAP
entry that was not found on the LDAP directory server.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: The IBM Spectrum Protect server tried
an operation with the LDAP directory server and the
operation failed because the entry could not be found.
To insert a new entry for this node or administrator,
issue an UPDATE NODE or UPDATE ADMIN
command and provide a password.
ANR1887E
Command or operation: Failure when
working with the LDAP directory
server.
Explanation: The command or operation failed
because of an error returned by the LDAP directory
sterver.
System action: The operation fails.
User response: The IBM Spectrum Protect server ran
an operation with the LDAP directory server and the
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ANR1889W
Session session number was terminated
during backup for node node name (client
platform), with file space filespace id or
name because a restore operation is in
progress.
Explanation: During a file backup operation, the
server ends a node session because one or more files
are locked by a restore operation.
System action: The backup session is terminated by
the server.
User response: Issue the QUERY RESTORE command
with FORMAT=DETAILED to determine if the restore
operation is active or is in a restartable state. A
restartable restore operation keeps files locked until the
amount of time that is specified for the
RESTOREINTERVAL server option is reached. You can
lower this value to free up locked files. Issue the
QUERY OPTION command to display the current
setting for the RESTOREINTERVAL option.
If you received this message due to a client backup
operation, restart the operation after the restore
ANR1890W • ANR1897I
operation has completed in order to move any
remaining files. You can also cancel the restartable
restore session with the CANCEL RESTORE command.
Determine the conditions that caused these messages to
be issued, resolve those issues and retry the operation.
ANR1894E
ANR1890W
Backup operation for session session
number node client node name failed due
to root-only restriction.
Explanation: The backup operation failed because a
non-root user attempted the operation. A restriction is
in place to disallow backup operations by non-root
users for the indicated node.
System action: The backup operation is terminated. A
message is issued by the client. For clients that are
levels prior to 6.3, message ANS0350E may appear.
User response: Retry the backup operation as the root
user.
ANR1891E
Command or operation: The operation
cannot be completed when the
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
(LDAP) mode is set to Integrated.
Explanation: In Integrated mode, the LDAP directory
cannot be modified, except to delete users or change
passwords. To delete users or change passwords, the
user ID that is specified with the SET LDAPUSER
command must have sufficient authority.
System action: The operation fails.
Explanation: The server could not obtain a resource
that is required to process the indicated file space.
System action: The command continues, but
processing of the indicated file space fails.
User response: To increase the probability of acquiring
all of the necessary resources, issue the indicated
command when server activity is relatively low.
ANR1895W
Process process ID for process name
completed with a completion state of
SUCCESS but warning or more-severe
messages were issued.
Explanation: The process completed with a
completion state of SUCCESS but warning messages or
more-severe messages were issued by this process. This
process may not have completed all of the processing.
System action: None.
User response: Review the messages in the activity
and event logs that were issued by this process.
Determine if the conditions that caused these messages
to be issued had an affect on the operation.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1896E
Process process ID for process name
completed with a completion state of
FAILURE.
Explanation: The process completed with a state of
FAILURE.
System action: None.
Unable to allocate volume volume name
because it is still referenced in the
volume history.
Explanation: The volume cannot be allocated because
the active volume history record shows the volume as
being in use.
System action: The active volume history record
shows the volume as being in use.
User response: The volume is being managed by the
server or it might be incorrectly referenced in the
volume history table due to out-of-date records. To
check the records and confirm the volume history
status, issue the QUERY VOLHISTORY command. If
there is an invalid volume history record, use the
DELETE VOLHISTORY command to remove the
record. If the DELETE VOLHISTORY command fails,
contact IBM Software Support to remove the record.
ANR1897I
ANR1893E
Command or operation: The password for
the node node name now uses
case-sensitive passwords.
Explanation: The node is authenticating with an
LDAP directory server. The LDAP authentication
password policy is dictated by the LDAP directory
server and this usually requires passwords to be
case-sensitive.
User response: Run the operation by using LDAP
utilities instead of server commands.
ANR1892W
command: Processing for node node name,
file space file space name failed because
of a lock conflict.
LDAP password removed.
Explanation: The password that the server uses to
authenticate with the LDAP server was removed by the
SET LDAPPASSWORD command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: Review the messages in the activity
and event logs that were issued by this process.
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ANR1898I
LDAP user name removed.
ANR1901I
The specified session is associated with
process name process process id and can
not be cancelled.
Explanation: The LDAP user distinguished name
(DN) that the server uses to authenticate with the
LDAP server was removed by the SET LDAPUSER
command.
Explanation: The server can not cancel the session
because it is associated with a running process.
System action: None.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
User response: The session can only be cancelled by
cancelling the associated process. Use the CANCEL
PROCESS command to cancel a process.
ANR1899W
Command or operation: Unable to work
with the LDAP directory server.
Explanation: The command or operation finished, but
the IBM Spectrum Protect server did not work with the
LDAP directory server because the LDAP directory
server configuration is incomplete. If a node or
administrator was being created or updated on the
LDAP server, you cannot use it to logon until the
server is able to use LDAP directory server
information.
System action: The operation finished, but
information was not added to the LDAP directory
server.
User response: An operation was run on the IBM
Spectrum Protect server with the LDAP directory
server. The operation succeeded, but information was
not added to the LDAP directory server because the
LDAP directory server configuration is incomplete.
Common incomplete configuration scenarios are as
follows:
v LDAPURL values were not provided in the server
options file
ANR1902W
Node node name on server server name is
not enabled for replication. It will not
be replicated.
Explanation: The server is not able to replicate the
specified node because the node on the specified target
server is not enabled for replication.
System action: The node is not replicated to the
specified server. Server operation continues.
User response: Enable the node on the target server
for replication and rerun the replication command.
ANR1903E
Export export name is not defined.
Explanation: An NFS client attempted to mount the
specified name as a mount point. The specified name is
not currently being exported by the server.
System action: The server does not provide an export
of the specified directory.
v The LDAPUSER is invalid (wrong value or locked)
User response: Ensure that an NFS ADDEXPORT
command was issued for the specified node.
v The LDAPPASSWORD is invalid (wrong value or
expired)
ANR1904E
Update the LDAP directory server information or
contact your LDAP administrator to resolve this issue.
After completing the LDAP configuration, when you
add a node or admin with LDAP authentication, you
are required to submit a new password when you log
on to the IBM Spectrum Protect server.
Explanation: The server detects a missing or invalid
value for a server option. A valid directory needs to be
defined for this option.
Missing or invalid value for option. A
valid directory needs to be defined for
this.
System action: Server initialization stops.
User response: Correct the error and restart the server.
ANR1900E
Path between server server source and
library parm is not allowed.
Explanation: You must specify a path from the current
server to the library when you are defining the library.
You cannot specify a path from a different server.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command with a different
source or destination name or define a new path.
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ANR1905E
Path dir name for parm does not exist or
is not empty.
Explanation: The directory specified does not exist or
is not empty.
System action: The server stops.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
path name.
ANR1906E • ANR1916I
ANR1906E
Command: failed to extend the database
space.
Explanation: A failure occurred during the extend
database space. This occurred during the processing of
a 'EXTEND DBSPACE' command.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Review error messages to determine
the cause of the failure and retry the 'EXTEND
DBSPACE' once the issue has been resolved. If unable
to determine the cause of the failure or to resolve it,
please contact your IBM service representative for
further assistance.
ANR1907E
The server can not resolve absolute path
of directory dir name. That path might
not exist.
Explanation: The directory specified does not exist or
is not accessible.
User response: Issue the command again, specifying a
directory that is not in the argument list.
ANR1911W
Invalid value for option name option option valuetype . The default value
default valuetype is used for this option.
Explanation: The value (option value) specified for the
(option) option is not valid. The server uses the default
value for this parameter.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Verify that the correct value have been
used. Update the value, if necessary.
ANR1912I
Stopping the activity log because of a
server shutdown.
System action: Stopping the activity log because of a
server shutdown.
User response: None.
System action: The server operation stops.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
path name.
ANR1908W
Invalid value for parameter parameter parameter valueMB. The default value
default valueMB is used for this
parameter.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the (parameter) parameter is not a valid. The server uses
the default value for this parameter.
System action: Processing of the command continues
by using the default value.
User response: Verify that the correct value have been
used. Update the value, if necessary.
ANR1909W
Invalid value for option name option option valuetype. The default value default
valuetype is used for this option.
ANR1913I
command successfully started number of
processes IDENTIFY processes.
System action: The server successfully started the
indicated number of IDENTIFY processes.
User response: Review the status of the identify
processes using the QUERY PROCESS or QUERY
ACTLOG commands.
ANR1914I
command successfully ended number of
processes IDENTIFY processes.
System action: The server successfully ended the
indicated number of IDENTIFY processes.
User response: Review the status of the identify
processes using the QUERY ACTLOG command.
ANR1915I
Autocopy process process ID started
transferring data to target storage pool
storage pool name.
Explanation: The value (option value) specified for the
(option) option is not valid. The server uses the default
value for this parameter.
Explanation: An autocopy process to the named
active-data or copy storage pool has started.
System action: Server operation continues.
System action: None.
User response: Verify that the correct value have been
used. Update the value, if necessary.
User response: None.
ANR1916I
ANR1910E
Directory directory name is already
defined for other path in the command.
Autocopy process process ID ended
successfully for storage pool storage pool
name. Files Transferred: number of files,
Bytes Transferred: number of bytes.
Explanation: While processing the command
argument list, a duplicate path name has been
encountered.
Explanation: An autocopy process to the named
active/copy storage pool has ended successfully.
System action: The command terminates.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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ANR1917E
Autocopy process process ID failed for
storage pool storage pool name. Files
Backed Up: number of files,Bytes
BackedUp: number of bytes. Result code:
return code.
Explanation: An autocopy process to the named
active/copy storage pool has ended in failure.
System action: None.
User response: Check the activity log for messages
that were issued prior to completion. The messages
may give more information about the failure.
ANR1918I
Autocopy process process ID stopped for
storage pool Storage pool name because of
a server error.
Explanation: An autocopy process to the named
active-data or copy storage pool has been disabled.
System action: None.
User response: Check the activity log for messages
that were issued before the process stopped. The
messages may give more information about the failure.
ANR1919W
Autocopy process process ID was
disabled for storage pool Storage pool
name . At least one storage pool in the
hierarchy is enabled for deduplication.
Explanation: All autocopy processes have been
disabled because at least one target storage pool is
enabled for deduplication.
System action: None.
User response: Either disable deduplication for all
storage pools in the storage-pool hierarchy or remove
the deduplicated storage pool from the autocopy
storage-pool hierarchy.
ANR1920W
A query for the number of HBA
adapters has timed out with a current
value of timeout value.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function to get the number
of HBA adapters failed with a time out.
System action: None.
User response: Check all of the HBA adapters on the
system and ensure that they are configured correctly.
Increase the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT value and try
again. If the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is not
set, set it with a higher value.
ANR1921W
A query for the name of an HBA
adapter has timed out with a current
value of timeout value.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function to get a name
from an FC adapter failed with a time out.
System action: None.
User response: Check all of the HBA adapters on the
system and ensure that they are configured correctly. If
there is an FC adapter that is not functional, remove it
from the system and reconfigure the HBA driver. If
there is no device on an FC port, increase the
SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT value and try again. If the
SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is not set, set it with
a higher value.
ANR1922W
A request to open an HBA adapter
timed out with a current value of timeout
value.
Explanation: The HBAAPI function to open an FC
adapter failed with a time out.
System action: None.
User response: Check all of the HBA adapters on the
system and ensure that they are configured correctly. If
there is an FC adapter that is not functional, remove it
from the system and reconfigure the HBA driver. If
there is no device on an FC port, increase the
SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT value and try again. If the
SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is not set, set it with
a higher value.
ANR1923W
A query for fibre channel adapter
attributes has timed out after timeout
value seconds.
Explanation: A request to the HBAAPI library to
obtain attributes for a fibre channel (FC) adapter has
failed to respond within the allotted time.
System action: None.
User response: Ensure all fibre channel adapters on
the system are configured correctly. If there is an
adapter that is non-functional, remove it from the
system. If there is no device on an adapter port,
increase the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT value to allow
the operating system sufficient time to respond. If the
SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is not set, set it with
a value higher than the default value.
ANR1924W
A query for fibre channel (FC) port
attributes has timed out after timeout
value seconds.
Explanation: A request to the HBAAPI library to
obtain port attributes for a fibre channel (FC) adapter
has failed to respond within the allotted time.
System action: None.
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User response: Ensure all fibre channel adapters on
the system are configured correctly. If there is an
adapter that is not functional, remove it from the
system. If there is no device attached to a particular
adapter, increase the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT value
to allow the operating system sufficient time to
respond. If the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is
not set, set it with a value higher than the default
value.
ANR1925W
A query for the fibre channel (FC) target
mapping has timed out after timeout
value seconds.
Explanation: A request to the HBAAPI library to
obtain target mappings for a fibre channel (FC) adapter
has failed to respond within the allotted time.
System action: None.
User response: There might be too many devices to be
discovered, given the allotted time. If the
SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is set, increase the
value. If the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option is not
set, set the option to a value higher than the default
value.
ANR1926W
A SCSI inquiry has timed out after
timeout value seconds.
Explanation: A request to the HBAAPI library to
query SCSI devices has failed to respond within the
allotted time.
System action: None.
User response: Ensure all devices connected to the
fibre channel (FC) adapters are operational. Remove
non-functional devices from the SAN and reconfigure
the devices on the system. If there is no device on an
FC port, increase the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT value
and try again. If the SANDISCOVERYTIMEOUT option
is not set, set it with a value higher than the default
value.
ANR1927W
Autocopy process process ID stopped for
storage pool Storage pool name . The data
format or device type was not
compatible with the data format or
device type of the primary pool.
Explanation: An autocopy process to the named
active-data or copy storage pool was disabled.
System action: None.
User response: Use the QUERY STGPOOL command
to check the data format of the storage pools. Use the
QUERY DEVCLASS command to check the device
types of the device classes associated with the storage
pools.
ANR1928W
The file descriptor table for the SAN
discovery process is full.
Explanation: There might be too many paths that
have been changed and updated by the SAN discovery
process.
System action: None.
User response: Use one of the following methods to
resolve this problem:
v
Use the SANREFRESHTIME option to increase the
amount of time elapsed before the cached SAN
discovery information is refreshed. For example:
setopt sanrefreshtime 600.
v
Increase the nofiles (descriptors) in ulimit and
restart the IBM Spectrum Protect server.
ANR1929E
Replication of node node name to target
replication server target server failed. The
replication mode of the source node is
SYNCSEND, and the node is not
defined on the target replication server.
Explanation: In order to replicate a node that is in
Sync Send mode the target node must exist on the
target replication server and be in Sync Receive mode.
System action: The replication of the node's data fails.
Server operation continues.
User response: Issue the REMOVE REPLNODE
command for the node on the source server, and then
issue the UPDATE NODE command and specify
ENABLED or DISABLED. The replication mode of the
node on the source replication server is automatically
set to SEND after the UPDATE NODE command is
issued. After issuing the command, try the replication
operation again.
ANR1930E
command: There are no eligible
filespaces for node node name.
Explanation: The specified node has no applicable
filespaces to be processed by the command.
System action: The operation continues.
User response: Check the command settings for the
filespaces belonging to the node and retry the
command.
ANR1931E
command: No replication-eligible data
was found for the specified nodes and
file spaces.
System action: The operation ends.
User response: Verify that the specified nodes have
data and file spaces. Verify that replication is enabled
for data types in file spaces that you want to replicate.
To determine the replication status for a file space, use
the QUERY FILESPACE command .
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ANR1932I
command: A NAS backup image for node
node name, file space filespace name was
skipped for replication.
Explanation: The replication process has determined
that a NAS backup image is not eligible for replication
because the image, or one of its dependent files is
stored in a non-native storage pool.
User response: Allow some time for the server
initialization to complete and retry the session. If this
message occurs regularly, consider increasing the value
of the SESSIONSERVERINITTIMEOUT option in the
server options file.
ANR1936E
System action: Replication processing continues.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1933W
Replication of BACKUP data for file
space filespace name on node node name
skipped because of a restore operation
on target server target server.
Replication of data type data for file
space filespace name (fsId filespace id) on
node node name failed with reason:
reason.
Explanation: The server could not replicate the
specified file space for the reason indicated in the
message text.
System action: The command continues, but
replication of the file space fails.
Explanation: During replication processing, the file
space on target replication server has a pending restore
operation. Files can not be stored into the file space
while the pending restore is active.
User response: Review the reason for the failure and
correct the problem, if possible. Then rerun the
REPLICATE NODE command.
System action: The files are not replicated on the
target replication server.
ANR1937I
User response: Use the QUERY RESTORE command
and specify the FORMAT=DETAILED parameter to
determine if the restore operation is restartable on
target replication server. A restartable restore operation
locks the files. The files cannot be moved until the
value for the RESTOREINTERVAL server option is
reached. Use the QUERY OPTION command to display
the RESTOREINTERVAL value. You can lower the
RESTOREINTERVAL value to remove a restartable
restore operation earlier in the replication process and
to unlock the file space. Reissue the REPLICATE NODE
command after the restore operation has completed to
replicate any remaining files.
ANR1934W
REPLICATE NODE: Node node name is
disabled.
Failover Session session num for replica
node nodename (platform) is enabled for
store operations.
Explanation: The specified replica node is in failover
mode and is now elgible for store operations.
System action: Any store operations request by the
client on this session will be allowed to proceed.
User response: None.
ANR1938W
The next storage pool is no longer
defined for source pool storage pool name.
Explanation: The storage pool that is being migrated
no longer has a next storage pool to migrate data to.
System action: The migration fails because there is no
target storage pool.
Explanation: The requested node is disabled for
replication, and has been skipped.
User response: Ensure that the storage pool being
migrated has a next storage pool before running any
further migration operations.
System action: The replication proceeds, but this node
is skipped.
ANR1939W
User response: Enable the node for replication using
the UPDATE NODE command and retry the
REPLICATE NODE command.
ANR1935W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused because the
server initialization is not complete after
timeout value minutes.
Explanation: The specified session is refused because
the server initialization did not complete within the
specified time.
System action: The session is ended and server
initialization continues.
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Session session number for node node
name (client platform) No failover server
information currently exists for this
node.
Explanation: No failover server is identified for the
node. The client removes any failover configuration
that is stored in the client options file.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: To ensure that failover can occur,
replicate this node to a secondary server.
ANR1940E • ANR1948W
ANR1940E
Source file(line number): Unique ID
generation failed with Return code.
Explanation: An internal error occurred when a
unique ID is created. This error message always
accompanies another error message which provides
more details about the error.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Review the reason for the failure and
correct the problem, if possible.
ANR1941I
Replicating option set option set name
from source server source server name.
Explanation: A new option set which is referenced by
a replicated node is is created by the replication process
from the definition on the source replication server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1942W
Option set option set name already exists.
Skipping for replication from source
server source server name.
Explanation: A new option set which is referenced by
a replicating node is not replicated because an option
set with the same name already exists on this server.
The option set is not a replica of the option set for the
source server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: In order to repicate the required option
set, consider copying the option set to an option set
with a different name an update the replicating node to
reference the new option set.
ANR1943I
Replicated option set option set name
being updated with option set from
source server source server name.
Explanation: An existing replicated option set on this
server is updated with an option set with the same
name from the source server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None
ANR1944I
Replicating option set option set name
with option count options needed by
node referencing node to server target
server.
Explanation: An option set on this server is replicated
to a target server because it is referenced by a node
which is being replicated.
ANR1945I
Option set option set name successfully
replicated to server target server.
Explanation: An option set on this server has been
successfully replicated to the target server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None
ANR1946W
Option set option set name already exists
on target server target server and is not
replicated.
Explanation: An option set on this server could not be
replicated to the target server because an option set
with the same name already exists on the target server.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: A node that is replicated references an
option set that exists on both the source and target
servers. Determine which option set is used on the
target server. When you decide which option to use,
rename the definition on the other server by copying it
to a new option set name and deleting the original
option set.
ANR1947E
Replication of option set option set name
to target server target server failed. See
activity log on target server for possible
errors.
Explanation: An error occurred on the target server
while replicating the specified option set.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Check the activity log of the target
server for possible errors.
ANR1948W
Volume mount request for volume name
denied - server operation cannot wait
for the volume.
Explanation: If an operation acquired a volume and a
second operation waits for that same volume, the first
operation does not wait to acquire any other volumes.
If the first operation was allowed to wait for another
volume, a deadlock could occur.
System action: Server operations continue, volume
acquisition may be tried again, including attempts to
mount scratch tapes, but the server operation does not
wait to acquire the volume.
User response: If the server operation succeeds, no
action is required. However, if the operation fails, you
need to supply more scratch tapes to the storage pool.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None
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ANR1949W
Session session number for node node
name (client platform) refused - the node
has a unicode filespace but the client
does not use unicode.
Explanation: The server cannot accept the client
session because the client's platform does not use
unicode and the node already contains a unicode
filespace. The server records whether or not the client's
data is unicode, and does not let the node change this
attribute.
System action: Server operation continues, but the
node session is refused.
User response: Logon to the server from a client with
a platform that uses unicode data. For example, the
original platform that was used to create the existing
filespaces for this node. Alternatively, if the client node
needs to change to the platform that is currently being
attempted, remove the existing filespaces that contain
unicode data and try the node connection again.
ANR1950W
Device type device type in device class
device class is not supported during a
migration from z/OS to AIX, or from
z/OS to Linux on System z. The device
class will be skipped.
Explanation: During a migration from z/OS to AIX,
or from z/OS to Linux on System z, a device class was
encountered that had a device type that is not
supported on the target platform.
System action: The device class will not be added to
the target database.
User response: No action is required..
ANR1951W
Device class device class uses a recording
format format (format code) that is not
supported for device type device type.
FORMAT=DRIVE will be used instead.
Explanation: During a migration from z/OS to AIX,
or from z/OS to Linux on System z, a device class was
encountered that uses a recording format that is not
supported by the device type on the target platform.
System action: The recording format will be replaced
with FORMAT=DRIVE.
User response: Verify whether FORMAT=DRIVE
supports your media type. If not, update the device
class, specifying a supported recording format.
ANR1952I
Library library name was added to the
definition of device class device class.
Explanation: During a migration from z/OS to AIX,
or from z/OS to Linux on System z, a device class
definition was updated to include a library that will be
used for accessing media through the z/OS Media
Server.
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System action: The device class will be modified to
use the new library.
User response: No action is required.
ANR1953E
command: target platform cannot be the
target of a database upgrade from source
platform.
Explanation: A cross-platform database upgrade is not
supported between the indicated source and target
platforms.
System action: The INSERTDB command stops.
User response: Rerun the INSERTDB command on a
supported platform.
ANR1954W
Library definition library was not sent to
downlevel storage agent stagent.
Explanation: The storage agent has requested a
definition for a library type that is not supported and
the server has not sent the definition.
System action: The storage agent does not process the
library definition.
User response: Upgrade the storage agent to a level
that supports the library type.
ANR1955E
The level of DB2 installed on the
system (current db2 level) is lower than
the required level (required db2 level).
Explanation: The DB2 level on the system does not
meet the requirements for this server. The server
package includes the required DB2 level which is
installed along with the server. If the DB2 level is
incorrect, it is possible that DB2 failed to upgrade
during the server upgrade process.
System action: The server stops.
User response: To resolve the issue, complete the
following steps: :
v 1. Verify the level of DB2 installed on the system:
Run 'db2level'
v 2. Review the installation log files to determine the
problem that caused the DB2 upgrade failure.
v 3. Fix the problem and install the server again.
v Do not alter the DB2 software that is installed with
IBM Spectrum Protect installation packages and fix
packs. Do not install or upgrade to a different
version, release, or fix pack of DB2 software. If you
are unable to fix the problem, contact IBM Software
Support.
ANR1956W • ANR1963E
ANR1956W
The password for the administrator
administrator name is expired.
Explanation: The administrator is attempting to open
a session to a remote server. The password is expired
on the local server.
System action: Operation continues. The remote
session may be refused.
User response: Update the password at your earliest
convenience.
ANR1957W
Command or operation: The password for
the administrator administrator name now
uses case-sensitive passwords.
Explanation: The administrator is authenticating with
an LDAP directory server. The LDAP authentication
password policy is dictated by the LDAP directory
server and this usually requires passwords to be
case-sensitive.
System action: None.
ANR1960I
Explanation: The status monitor processing finished a
data collection cycle and will sleep for the indicated
number of minutes before waking up and attempting
to process again.
System action: The status monitor data collection
process is idle.
User response: The monitor status processing is
enabled using the SET MONITORSTATUS command.
The interval with which it collects data is controlled by
the SET STATUSREFRESHINTERVAL. If the status data
is being collected too frequently, increase the collection
interval. Note that the administrative graphical user
interface relies upon this data, do not turn off the status
monitor processing if this interface will be used for the
administration of IBM Spectrum Protect.
ANR1961I
User response: None.
ANR1958I
Command: Administrator administrator ID
is already registered and locked.
Explanation: An import process is trying to import an
administrator ID that is registered and locked on the
server.
Status monitor finished collecting data
at time and will sleep for refreshinterval
minutes.
Status monitor collector finished and
exiting.
Explanation: The status monitor processing collector is
terminating processing because the status monitoring
function has been set to off.
System action: None, the status monitor collector
terminates.
System action: The process continues without
importing the ID.
User response: The monitor status processing was
turned off using the SET MONITORSTATUS command.
As a result of this, the administrative graphical user
interface will not be able to manage this server.
User response: Unlock admin ID ADMIN_CENTER or
log off the administrator. Try the operation again.
ANR1962W
ANR1959I
Status monitor collecting current data at
time.
Explanation: The status monitor processing is
collecting a current set of data for the server at the
indicated time.
System action: The process collects the monitored
status data elements.
User response: The monitor status processing is
enabled using the SET MONITORSTATUS command.
The interval with which it collects data is controlled by
the SET STATUSREFRESHINTERVAL. If the status data
is being collected too frequently, increase the collection
interval. Note that the administrative graphical user
interface relies upon this data, do not turn off the status
monitor processing if this interface will be used for the
administration of IBM Spectrum Protect.
command: This command is being routed
to one or more servers, so its potential
effect cannot be determined. Depending
on the parameters that you specify, the
command can be destructive or can
produce a large amount of output.
Destructive commands can halt the
server, delete data, or change data
placement or retention policies.
Explanation: The command is destructive or produces
a large amount of output.
System action: IBM Spectrum Protect prompts the
user to continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to continue with the
command. Enter 'N' if you do not want to continue
with the command.
ANR1963E
command: This command cannot be
issued from the server console.
Explanation: This command cannot be issued from the
server console because it may require a long time to
complete and the server console should be available to
control other server functions.
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System action: The server ignores the command and
continues processing.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command from an
administrative client.
User response: Issue the command and specify a
partially-qualified or fully-qualified filespace name in
combination with the NAMEType parameter.
ANR1964W
command: This command may produce a
large amount of output.
ANR1968E
Explanation: A command has been invoked that could
potentially produce a large amount of output.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to continue with the
command or 'N' to terminate the command.
ANR1965E
Command: You requested to add or
remove filespace filespace name for the
node collocation group collocation group
name. Filespaces cannot be added to or
removed from node collocation groups.
Explanation: The command was issued and the
specified collocation group exists. However, the
collocation group is a node collocation group and a
filespace cannot be added to or removed from a node
collocation group.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command and specify a
registered collocation group that can contain filespace
collocation group members.
ANR1966E
Command: Specify the filespace name for
the collocation group collocation group
name.
Explanation: You did not provide the filespace name
for the filespace collocation group. When you add or
remove a collocation group member in a filespace
collocation group, you must provide the filespace name
for the collocation group.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command again and specify
the filespace name for the filespace collocation group.
ANR1967E
Command: The filespace name cannot be
a wildcard character when you specify
the NAMEType parameter for a
filespace collocation group.
Explanation: The command was issued, but there is a
mismatch between the filespace name and the
NAMEType value. When you specify the NAMEType
value, the filespace name must be partially-qualified or
fully-qualified.
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Command: The filespace name filespace
name is not valid. The filespace name
must be the wildcard character when
you specify the CODETType parameter
Explanation: The command was issued, but there is a
mismatch between the filespace name and the
CODEType value. When you specify the CODEType
value, the filespace name must be a wildcard character.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command and specify a
wildcard character for the filespace name in
combination with the NAMEType parameter.
ANR1969E
Command: filespace name is not a valid
filespace ID. Filespace IDs must be
numeric values when the NAMEType
parameter is FSID.
Explanation: The command was issued, but the list of
filespace IDs are not numeric. When you specify the
NAMEType=FSID parameter, the filespace names in the
filespace name list must contain only numbers.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command and specify a list
of filespace IDs that contain only numbers.
ANR1970E
Command: An invalid node name list
node name was specified. A single node
name must be specified when working
with filespace collocation group
members.
Explanation: The command was issued, but the list of
node names is invalid. When working with filespace
collocation group members, only one node name can be
specified.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command is not processed.
User response: Issue the command and specify a
single node name.
ANR1971W
Command: No matching file space was
found for file space filespace name on
node node name using the specified
NAMEType and CODEType parameters.
Explanation: The server did not find a matching file
space name or file space ID for the file space and node
ANR1972W • ANR1978W
that are specified in the command.
ANR1975W
System action: The server ends the command.
User response: Enter the command with file space
names or file space IDs that refer to defined file spaces
for the specified node. Note that file space names are
case sensitive. Enter the file space names by using
exactly the same upper- and lowercase characters that
match the file space name that is defined on the server.
File space name searches are also sensitive to
NAMEType (SERVER, UNICode, FSID) and CODEType
(BOTH, UNICode, NONUNIcode) parameters. Issue the
QUERY FILESPACE command to determine which file
spaces and file space IDs are defined for a node on the
server.
ANR1972W
Command: No new file space associations
were added to the collocation group.
Explanation: The specified command was issued but
no new file space associations are defined for the
collocation group.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command has no effect.
User response: Issue the command and specify
different filespaces.
ANR1973W
Command: Nodes in the NODE
parameter list node list may not contain
wildcard characters when dealing with
filespace groups. No filespace
associations were deleted from the
collocation group.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the DEFINE COLLOCMEMBER command that is used
for creating file space collocation group members. Node
node name is already associated with the node
collocation group name collocation group name and file
spaces that belong to a node that is already in a node
collocation group cannot be added to a file space
collocation group. The indicated file spaces are not
processed.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: If the node name was entered
incorrectly, issue the command again with the correct
node name.
ANR1976I
User response: Issue the command and specify a valid
client node without wildcards.
ANR1974W
Command: Filespaces in the FILESPACE
parameter list filespace list are not
associated with the filespace collocation
group collocgroup name. No filespace
associations were deleted from the
collocation group.
Explanation: The specified command was issued but
no file space associations are deleted.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command has no effect.
User response: Issue the command and specify
different filespaces.
Command: number of filespace members are
defined in the collocation group
collocation group name.
Explanation: A DEFINE COLLOCMEMBER command
created the specified number of filespace members in
the indicated collocation group.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1977I
Explanation: The specified command was issued but
no file space associations are deleted.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command has no effect.
Node node name is already associated
with node collocation group node
collocation group name. File spaces that
belong to same node name cannot be
added to the user specified collocation group
collocation group.
File space filespace name on node node
name is associated with filespace
collocation group collocation group name.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the DEFINE COLLOCMEMBER command. File space
filespace name on node node name is associated with the
filespace collocation group name collocation group name.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: None.
ANR1978W
File space filespace name on node node
name is already associated to filespace
collocation group collocation group name.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the DEFINE COLLOCMEMBER command. Filespace
filespace name is already associated with a filespace
collocation group with the name collocation group name.
The indicated filespace is not processed. The other
filespaces can be processed if specified by the
command.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: If the filespace name was entered
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incorrectly, issue the command again with the correct
filespace name.
ANR1979W
Node node name is already associated to
one or more filespace collocation groups
and cannot be associated to a node
collocation group.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the DEFINE COLLOCMEMBER command. Node node
name is already associated with at least one filespace
collocation group name. The indicated node is not
processed. The other nodes can be processed if
specified by the command.
ANR1983W
The collocation group collocgroup name
exists, but the node name in the
parameter list node name is not
associated with the collocation group.
No filespaces are associated with the
collocation group.
Explanation: The specified command was issued but
no file spaces are associated with the collocation group.
System action: Server operations continue, but the
command has no effect.
User response: Issue the command and specify
different nodes.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: If the node name was entered
incorrectly, issue the command again with the correct
node name.
ANR1980I
File space filespace name is disassociated
from filespace collocation group
collocation group name.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the DELETE COLLOCMEMBER command. Filespace
filespace name is no longer associated with the filespace
collocation group name collocation group name.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: None.
ANR1981I
Command: number of filespace filespace
members were deleted from filespace
collocation group collocation group name.
Explanation: A DELETE COLLOCMEMBER command
has deleted the specified number of filespace members
from the indicated collocation group.
ANR1984E
Explanation: When you issue the REMOVE
REPLSERVER command, the replication server that you
specify to remove is in use by an active replication
process. You cannot remove a replication server that is
used in an active replication process.
System action: The command is stopped by the
server.
User response: Issue the QUERY PROCESS command
from the source replication server or the target
replication server to identify active replication
processes. Issue the CANCEL PROCESS command from
the source replication server to stop the replication
process. If running this command on a target
replication server, log on to the source replication
server and issue the CANCEL PROCESS command.
When the replication process stops, reissue the
REMOVE REPLSERVER command.
ANR1985E
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1982W
File space filespace name exists on node
node name but the filespace is not a
member of the specified collocation
group collocation group name.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the DELETE COLLOCMEMBER command. Filespace
filespace name is not associated with a filespace
collocation group with the name collocation group name.
The indicated filespace is not processed. The other
filespaces can be processed if specified by the
command.
System action: Server operations continue.
User response: If the filespace name was entered
incorrectly, issue the command again with the correct
filespace name.
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command: Replication server server name
is in use by an active replication process
and cannot be removed.
The remote monitoring admin admin
name does not exist.
Explanation: The administrator used to monitor
remote servers does not exist.
System action: Remote monitoring sessions will be
ended.
User response: Use the SET MONITORINGADMIN
command to set a new administrator for monitoring
remote servers.
ANR1986E
The remote monitoring server group
group name does not exist.
Explanation: The server group being remotely
monitored does not exist.
System action: Remote monitoring sessions will be
ended.
User response: Use the SET
MONITOREDSERVERGROUP command to set a new
ANR1987E • ANR1995E
group for monitoring remote servers.
ANR1987E
A communication error occurred during
session session number with monitored
server server name.
Explanation: The communication error occurred while
the system was receiving information from the
specified monitored server.
System action: The monitoring that was in progress
failed. The server will attempt to re-establish
communications with the monitored server.
User response: If this error occurs frequently, consult
your network administrator. Also review the activity
log on both servers for messages that are related to
remote monitoring.
ANR1988W
The remote monitoring session for
server server name was refused - server is
down-level.
Explanation: The specified remote server cannot be
monitored because it must be V6.3.4 or later.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: Upgrade the specified remote server or
remove it from the remote monitoring server group
using the DELETE GRPMEMBER command.
ANR1989W
Remote monitoring of server server name
could not be started. Will retry in
minutes minutes.
Explanation: An error occurred while attempting to
monitor the specified remote server.
System action: Server operation continues. The
specified remote server is not being monitored. The
server will attempt to start monitoring again after the
specified number of minutes.
User response: Check previous messages in the
activity log. Verify that the specified remote server is
running and is available on the network. If you no
longer want this remote server to be monitored, remove
it from the remote monitoring server group using the
DELETE GRPMEMBER command.
ANR1990I
Remote monitoring started for server
server name.
Explanation: The specified remote server is now being
monitored.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1991I
Remote monitoring ended for server
server name.
Explanation: The specified remote server is no longer
being monitored.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None.
ANR1992E
Command: The parameter parameter is
missing.
Explanation: The specified server command has been
entered without all required parameters. At least the
named parameter is missing.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR1993I
command has been removed.
Explanation: The specified command was a valid
server command, but is no longer needed due to new
capabilities in the IBM Spectrum Protect server. The
command has been removed.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: None.
ANR1994I
Activity log pruning started: removing
delete megabytes M based on current size
current size megabytes M and retention
setting retention size megabytes M.
Explanation: Server activity log exceeds the retention
size by the delete megabytes specified. The activity log
pruning will delete as many records as necessary to
reduce the current activity log size by the delete
megabytes size.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR1995E
Command: Invalid Formatsize value formatsize value for device class Device
Class
Explanation: A value was specified for the Formatsize
parameter which is larger than the maximum capacity
value for the device class indicated in the message. The
device class is associated with the storage pool
specified in the DEFINE VOLUME command and is a
FILE device type. The maximum capacity value of the
device class is the limit of data that the server will
write to the volume.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a
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Formatsize value which is less than the maximum
capacity value of the storage pool. The maximum
capacity can be displayed with the QUERY DEVCLASS
classname F=D command.
ANR2000E
Unknown command - command.
Explanation: The specified command is not a valid
server command.
System action: The server ignores the command.
ANR1996E
Command: Invalid volume name prefix volume name. Room for additional
characters is required.
Explanation: The command is being used for multiple
volume names. The suffix for the names is being
generated in the indicated command. When the suffix
is taken into account, the specified name is too long by
the indicated number of characters. Three characters
must be allowed for the suffix.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a prefix
short enough to allow for the suffix. Three extra
characters are needed for the suffix.
ANR1997E
Command: The Formatsize parameter
must be specified when more than 1
volume is created.
Explanation: The command specified the createion of
more than one volume with the Numberofvolumes
parameter. When multiple volumes are created, the
Formatsize parameter must also be specified to provide
the size of the volumes. Each volume will be created
with the same size.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with the
Formatsize parameter or define a single volume
without the Formatsize parameter.
ANR1998E
Command: Invalid value for parameter
parameter - parameter value.
Explanation: The value (parameter value) specified for
the (parameter) parameter in command command is not a
valid value for this parameter.
System action: The command fails and server
operation continues.
User response: Reissue the command and specify a
valid parameter value.
ANR1999I
User response: Reissue the correct command.
ANR2001E
Insufficient server memory to initiate
command.
Explanation: A command has been entered, but the
server cannot obtain enough internal memory to
process the command.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR2002E
Missing closing quote character.
Explanation: A server command that contains a
quoted parameter has been entered, but a matching
closing quote is missing.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command with properly
matched quotes.
ANR2003E
Illegal use of keyword parameter
character (=) - parameter.
Explanation: A server command contains the
parameter shown followed by an equal sign (=), but the
parameter is not a keyword parameter.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR2004E
Missing value for keyword parameter parameter.
Explanation: A server command containing a keyword
parameter has been entered, but the value for the
parameter is missing.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and supply a
value for the keyword parameter.
Command completed successfully.
Explanation: Processing for the specified command
completed successfully.
ANR2005E
System action: Server processing continues.
Explanation: A server command contains a keyword
parameter followed by an equal sign (=), but the equal
sign is preceded or followed by a blank, or both.
User response: None.
Keyword parameter character (=) may
not be surrounded by blanks.
System action: The server ignores the command.
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User response: Reissue the command without blanks
next to the equal sign.
ANR2006E
Activity log process was not started, the
default output stream cannot be opened.
Explanation: The process that monitors the default
(console) output stream and maintains the activity log
cannot access that output stream.
System action: The server does not update the activity
log.
ANR2010W
The active log space is full. Console
messages cannot be logged until log
space becomes available.
Explanation: If a log runs out of space, the current
transaction is rolled back. The server issues an error
message and halts. You cannot restart the server until
the recovery log size is increased.
System action: The server halts.
Explanation: The process that monitors the default
(console) output stream and maintains the activity log
cannot start due to a server internal error.
User response: Monitor archive logs and active logs. If
the recovery log space is insufficient, monitor the
archive log space first. If the archive log space is full or
nearly full, run a full database backup to remove
archive logs and consider adding more disk space to
the archive log directory. If the archive log space is not
full and the active log space is full or nearly full,
update the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE option in the
dsmserv.opt file. Set the value of the ACTIVELOGSIZE
option to the new maximum size of the active log.
System action: The server does not update the activity
log.
ANR2011W
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR2007E
Activity log process was not started, due
to an internal error.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR2008E
Activity log process has stopped database transaction could not be
started.
The server ran out of database space
while entries were being added to the
active log. Console messages will not be
logged until database space becomes
available.
Explanation: The process that monitors the console
output stream and maintains the active log cannot
update the active log because of insufficient database
space.
System action: The server fails to update the active
log.
Explanation: The process that monitors the default
(console) output stream and maintains the activity log
cannot continue due to a server transaction failure. This
may be a memory shortage error.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command. Add one or more directories to
the database.
System action: The server stops updating the activity
log.
ANR2012W
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR2009E
Activity log process has stopped database error.
Error encountered for storage pool
directory: STGPOOLDIRECTORY in
storage pool: STGPOOL.
Explanation: The server encountered an error
accessing the specified directory.
System action: If appropriate, the operation is
attempted in another directory.
Explanation: The process that monitors the default
(console) output stream and maintains the activity log
cannot continue due to a server database error.
User response: Evaluate the warning and take
appropriate corrective action.
System action: The server stops updating the activity
log.
ANR2013E
User response: Contact your service representative.
The activity log process has encountered
unexpected output data in the console
output stream. The process will be
restarted.
Explanation: The process that monitors console output
and maintains the activity log has detected invalid data
(unknown data type) in the console stream.
System action: The server restarts the activity log
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recording process. While the process is restarting, the
server may not be able to record some console
messages in the activity log.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR2014E
Activity log pruning process could not
be started, due to an internal error.
Explanation: The process that removes expired records
from the server activity log cannot begin execution due
to a server internal error.
System action: The server does not prune the activity
log.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR2018E
Administrator Command: Unicode
conversion failed for argument Command
Argument
Explanation: The specified command argument could
not be converted to a Unicode string. Conversion can
fail if the string includes characters that are not
available in the server code page, or if the server has a
problem accessing system conversion routines. If you
issued a RENAME FILESPACE command, the new
filespace name might be too long.
System action: The server command fails.
User response: Ensure that the server locale is
configured correctly. If you issued a RENAME
FILESPACE command, consider specifying a shorter
name for the new filespace.
ANR2019I
Command: No nodes updated.
Explanation: An UPDATE NODE command has been
entered, but no objects were updated.
System action: None.
ANR2015E
Activity log failure - database
transaction could not be started.
Explanation: The process that removes expired records
from the server activity log has failed due to a database
transaction failure, which may be a memory shortage
error.
System action: The server ends activity log pruning.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
User response: None.
ANR2020E
Explanation: The specified server command has been
entered with an invalid parameter.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR2021E
ANR2016E
Activity log failure - database error.
Explanation: The process that removes expired records
from the server activity log has failed due to a server
database error.
System action: The server ends activity log pruning.
User response: Contact your service representative.
ANR2017I
Administrator Administrator Name issued
command: Command
Explanation: This message records the fact that the
named administrator issued the command specified.
The messages is issued and logged to provide an audit
trail for administrative commands.
System action: Server operation continues
User response: None.
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Command: Invalid parameter - parameter.
Command: Missing subcommand
keyword.
Explanation: The specified server command has been
entered without a valid subcommand (second
parameter).
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR2022E
Command: One or more parameters are
missing.
Explanation: The specified server command has been
entered without all required parameters.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR2023E • ANR2030E
ANR2023E
Command: Extraneous parameter parameter.
Explanation: The specified server command contains
more positional parameters than is allowed.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR2024E
Command: Too many parameters
specified.
Explanation: The specified server command contains
more positional parameters than is allowed.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter the
proper syntax.
ANR2025E
Command: Command failed - server
thread resource not available.
Explanation: A server command, which has a
requirement to start a server thread, has been entered
but cannot be executed because no server thread is
available.
System action: The command is not executed.
User response: Reissue the command. If the command
fails with the same error, wait for server activity to
decrease and try again.
ANR2026E
Command: Command failed - sufficient
server memory is not available.
and ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file. An out of log space condition might
occur because the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY location is
full.
Alternatively, an out of log space condition might occur
if there are log files in the ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY
location that are no longer active and cannot be
archived to the ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY and
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY locations. If
necessary, specify a larger directory for the
ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY or
ARCHFAILOVERLOGDIRECTORY options in the
dsmserv.opt file and then restart the server.
ANR2028E
Command: Command failed - sufficient
server database space is not available.
Explanation: A server command has been entered but
cannot be processed because sufficient database space
is not available. For certain operations, like SQL
commands, this message can be issued when the
database has space, but it is unusable for the current
request due to the DB allocation history. In this case,
the database query will show a Maximum Reduction of
0.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: To increase the amount of database
space that is available to the server, issue the EXTEND
DBSPACE command to add one or more directories to
the database.
ANR2029E
Command: Transaction failed; command
not executed.
Explanation: A server command has been entered but
cannot be processed because sufficient memory is not
available to the server.
Explanation: A command that is part of the current
transaction has failed; therefore, any additional
commands fail.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
User response: Stop the administrative session, restart
it, and try the command again. If this problem persists,
contact your service representative.
ANR2027E
Command: Command failed - sufficient
server recovery log space is not
available.
Explanation: A server command has been entered but
cannot be processed because sufficient recovery log
space is not available.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: To increase the amount of log space
that is available to the server, evaluate the directories
and file systems that are assigned to the
ACTIVELOGDIRECTORY, ARCHIVELOGDIRECTORY,
ANR2030E
Commit not accepted; transaction failed.
Explanation: A command that is part of the current
transaction has failed; therefore, a COMMIT command
cannot be processed.
System action: The server does not process the
COMMIT command.
User response: Stop the administrative session, restart
it, and try the command again. If this problem persists,
contact your service representative.
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ANR2031E
Command: At least one attribute must be
specified for update.
Explanation: The specified UPDATE command has
been entered, but no attributes have been specified for
updating.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the UPDATE command with
one or more attributes to be updated.
ANR2032E
Command: Command failed - internal
server error detected.
ANR2035E
Command: Administrator administrator
name is not authorized to issue this
command.
Explanation: The specified administrator has entered
the indicated command, but this administrator does not
have the proper authority necessary to run the
command. Note: This message can be issued as a result
of the server option REQSYSAUTHOUTFILE YES being
in effect.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
Explanation: An internal error has occurred during an
attempt to process a server command. This message
always accompanies another error message and
provides more detail about that error.
User response: Examine previous messages for any
additional information. Issue the command from a
properly authorized administrator ID, or contact the
system administrator to have additional authority
granted to the current administrator ID.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
ANR2036E
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
ANR2033E
Command: Command failed - lock
conflict.
Explanation: A server command that requires the
server to lock a system resource has been entered. The
command cannot be executed because the resource is
already in use by another command or process.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Try the command again at a later time.
ANR2034E
Command: No match found using this
criteria.
Explanation: The specified command has been
entered, but no objects that match the criteria can be
found. In some cases when using the SELECT
command, this message is issued when there is
contention for a record.
System action: None.
User response: Verify that all the specified parameter
values are correct. If a mistake is found, correct it and
reissue the command. If you issued a SELECT
command, in some cases issuing the command again
will yield a match.
Command: Process could not be started sufficient memory is not available.
Explanation: A background process cannot be started
for the indicated command because sufficient memory
is not available to the server.
System action: A new process is not started to execute
this command.
User response: See the documentation for the
operating system about how to increase memory for an
application.
ANR2037E
Command: Process could not be started lock conflict.
Explanation: A background process cannot be started
for the indicated command because a required system
resource is already locked by another command or
process.
System action: A new process is not started to execute
this command. If other processes have been started for
this command, these processes may execute
successfully.
User response: If necessary, try the command again at
a later time.
ANR2038E
Command: Process could not be started server thread resource not available.
Explanation: A background process cannot be started
for the indicated command because no server thread is
available.
System action: A new process is not started to execute
this command. If other processes have been started for
this command, these processes may execute
successfully.
User response: If necessary, reissue the command. If
the command fails with the same error, wait for server
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activity to decrease and try again.
ANR2039E
Command: Process could not be started internal server error detected.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
User response: Enter 'Y' to restore the volumes, 'N'
otherwise.
Explanation: A background process cannot be started
for the indicated command because an internal error
has occurred.
ANR2042E
System action: A new process is not started to execute
this command. If other processes have been started for
this command, these processes may execute
successfully.
Explanation: The QUERY CONTENT server command
has been entered with an invalid parameter. COPIED is
not a valid parameter when the volume specified
belongs to a copy or active-data type storage pool.
User response: Examine the server messages issued
prior to this message to determine the source of the
error. Issue the QUERY ACTLOG command to view the
activity log and search for messages. If the error cannot
be isolated and resolved, contact your service
representative.
System action: The server ignores the command.
ANR2040W
Explanation: The WAIT parameter is not allowed for
commands issued from the server console.
This command attempts to restore all
files in storage pool storage pool which
have previously been found to be
damaged or which reside on a volume
with access mode "destroyed"; existing
references to files in storage pool storage
pool will be deleted from the database
after the files have been restored.
Explanation: Issuing the RESTORE STGPOOL
command will result in deletion of existing files in the
indicated primary storage pool after these files have
been restored from a copy storage pool. If a volume
with access mode destroyed becomes empty because all
files on the volume have been restored to another
location, the destroyed volume will be deleted from the
database.
System action: The administrator is asked whether to
continue.
Command: Copied parameter not valid
for pool type storage pool volume.
User response: Reissue the command without the
COPIED parameter.
ANR2043E
Command: WAIT parameter not allowed
from server console.
System action: The command is not executed.
User response: Either reissue the command without
the WAIT parameter or else reissue the command from
an administrator using an Administrative Client.
ANR2044E
Command: Invalid option's value Option's value.
Explanation: The set option command has been
entered with an invalid value.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
value.
User response: Enter 'Y' to restore the storage pool,
'N' otherwise.
ANR2045E
ANR2041W
Explanation: The server detects an error while
attempting a write operation.
This command attempts to restore all
files in storage pool storage pool which
reside on one of the volumes specified
in the command; existing references to
files on these volumes will be deleted
from the database after the files have
been restored.
Explanation: Issuing the RESTORE VOLUME
command causes the access mode of the specified
volumes to be updated to destroyed. Existing files will
be deleted from the specified volumes after these files
have been restored from a copy storage pool. If a
volume with access mode destroyed becomes empty
because all files on the volume have been restored to
another location, the destroyed volume will be deleted
from the database.
Command: An error (error code) occurred
during a write operation.
System action: Server processing continues.
User response: Refer to the other displayed messages
to determine why the write operation has failed.
ANR2046I
optionset name: Optionset optionset name
defined.
Explanation: The requested option set has been added
to the system in response to a DEFINE OPTIONSET
command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
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ANR2047E
Command: Optionset optionset name is
already defined.
Explanation: A DEFINE OPTIONSET command has
been entered that specifies an optionset name already
defined to the server.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
the optionset specified by the DELETE CLIENTOPT
command.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: None.
ANR2053I
User response: To define the optionset, reissue the
command and specify a different optionset name.
ANR2048I
Command: Optionset optionset name
deleted.
Explanation: The requested option set has been
deleted from the system in response to a DELETE
OPTIONSET command.
System action: None.
Explanation: The requested option has been deleted
from the specified optionset in response to a DELETE
CLIENTOPT command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2054I
User response: None.
ANR2049E
Command: Optionset optionset name is not
defined.
Explanation: The command shown specifies an
optionset that is not defined in the server.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
Command: Option option name defined in
optionset option set name.
Explanation: The requested option has been added to
the specified optionset in response to a DEFINE
OPTIONSET command.
System action: None.
Command: Optionset optionset name
updated.
Explanation: The requested option set has been
updated in the system in response to an UPDATE
OPTIONSET command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2055I
User response: None.
ANR2050I
Command: Option option name, sequence
number sequence number, has been
deleted from optionset option set name.
Command: Optionset source optionset name
copied to optionset target optionset name.
Explanation: This message is displayed in response to
the COPY OPTIONSET command. The optionset
named source optionset name has been copied to the
optionset named target optionset name.
System action: Server operation continues.
User response: None. The requested option set has
been added to the system in response to a COPY
OPTIONSET command.
User response: None.
ANR2056E
ANR2051E
Command: Option option name, sequence
number sequence number is already
defined in optionset option set name.
Explanation: The requested option already exists in
the optionset specified by the DEFINE CLIENTOPT
command.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: None.
ANR2052E
Command: Option option name, sequence
number sequence number is not defined
in optionset option set name.
Explanation: The requested option is not defined in
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Command: Invalid option name - option
name. Retry using the full optionname.
Explanation: The command shown specifies an invalid
option name.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
User response: Reissue the command with a valid
option name.
ANR2057E
Command: Invalid option value - option
value.
Explanation: The command shown specifies an invalid
option value.
System action: The server does not process the
command.
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User response: Reissue the command with a valid
option value.
User response: None.
ANR2063I
ANR2058W
Command: Options file Filespec not found
- user needs to update the file manually.
Explanation: The server options file cannot be opened
or found.
System action: The command is processed but the
option is not updated in the options file.
User response: Use a text editor to update the server
options file if the user wants to use this value when the
server restarts later. If the user does not update the file,
the current value in the options file will be used when
the server restarts.
ANR2059W
Command: Error occurs when writing to
Filespec - user needs to update the file
manually.
Explanation: An error occurs when trying to write the
new value to the server options file.
System action: The command is processed but the
option is not updated in the options file.
User response: Use a text editor to update the server
options file if the user wants to use this value when the
server restarts later. If the user does not update the file,
the current value in the options file will be used when
the server restarts.
ANR2060I
Node node name registered in policy
domain domain name.
Node node name updated.
Explanation: One or more attributes of a
backup-archive node have been updated by an
UPDATE NODE command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2064I
Node node name locked.
Explanation: In response to a LOCK NODE command,
the indicated backup-archive node has been locked.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2065I
Node node name is already locked.
Explanation: The indicated backup-archive node
referenced in the LOCK NODE command is already
locked.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2066I
Node node name unlocked.
Explanation: In response to an UNLOCK NODE
command, the indicated backup-archive node is
unlocked.
System action: None.
Explanation: The requested backup-archive node has
been added to the system in response to a REGISTER
NODE command and has been assigned to the policy
domain indicated.
User response: None.
System action: None.
Explanation: The indicated backup-archive node
referenced in the UNLOCK NODE command is not
locked.
User response: None.
ANR2061I
Node node name removed from policy
domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to a REMOVE NODE
command, the requested backup-archive node has been
removed from the system.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2062I
Node node name renamed to new node
name.
ANR2067I
Node node name is already unlocked.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2068I
Administrator administrator ID registered.
Explanation: In response to a REGISTER ADMIN
command, the requested administrator ID has been
added to the system.
System action: None.
User response: None.
Explanation: In response to a RENAME NODE
command, the requested backup-archive node has been
renamed to the new name shown.
System action: None.
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ANR2069I
Administrator administrator ID removed.
Explanation: In response to a REMOVE ADMIN
command, the requested administrator ID has been
removed from the system.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2075I
Administrator administrator ID is already
unlocked.
Explanation: The indicated administrator ID
referenced in the UNLOCK ADMIN command is not
locked.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2070I
Administrator administrator ID renamed
to new administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a RENAME ADMIN
command, the requested administrator ID has been
changed to the new name shown.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2076I
System privilege granted to
administrator administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a GRANT AUTHORITY
command, system privilege class has been granted to
the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2071I
Administrator administrator ID updated.
Explanation: One or more attributes of an
administrative user have been updated by an UPDATE
ADMIN command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2072I
Administrator administrator ID locked.
Explanation: In response to a LOCK ADMIN
command, the indicated administrator ID has been
locked.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2073I
Administrator administrator ID is already
locked.
Explanation: The indicated administrator ID
referenced in the LOCK ADMIN command is already
locked.
ANR2077I
Explanation: In response to a GRANT AUTHORITY
command, unrestricted policy privilege has been
granted to the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2078I
ANR2074I
Administrator administrator ID unlocked.
Explanation: In response to an UNLOCK ADMIN
command, the indicated administrator ID is unlocked.
Restricted policy privilege granted to
administrator administrator ID - policy
domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to a GRANT AUTHORITY
command, restricted policy privilege for the specified
policy domain has been granted to the indicated
administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2079I
System action: None.
User response: None.
Unrestricted policy privilege granted to
administrator administrator ID.
Unrestricted storage privilege granted to
administrator administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a GRANT AUTHORITY
command, unrestricted storage privilege has been
granted to the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2080I
Restricted storage privilege granted to
administrator administrator ID - storage
pool storage pool name.
Explanation: In response to a GRANT AUTHORITY
command, restricted storage privilege for the specified
storage pool has been granted to the indicated
administrator.
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System action: None.
ANR2086I
User response: None.
ANR2081E
The STGPOOLDIRECTORY
STGPOOLDIRECTORY in STGPOOL
STGPOOL is full.
Storage privilege revoked for
administrator administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a REVOKE AUTHORITY
command, storage privilege class for all storage pools
has been revoked from the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
Explanation: The operating system reported space
problem with a directory.
User response: None.
System action: The write will be attempted to another
directory.
ANR2087I
User response: Ensure adaquate storage is assigned to
the storage pool directory or a next pool is defined.
ANR2082I
Operator privilege granted to
administrator administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a GRANT AUTHORITY
command, operator privilege class has been granted to
the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
Explanation: In response to a REVOKE AUTHORITY
command, restricted storage privilege for the storage
pool indicated has been revoked from the indicated
administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2088E
User response: None.
ANR2083I
System privilege revoked for
administrator administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a REVOKE AUTHORITY
command, system privilege class has been revoked
from the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2084I
Policy privilege revoked for
administrator administrator ID.
Explanation: In response to a REVOKE AUTHORITY
command, policy privilege class for all policy domains
has been revoked from the indicated administrator.
System action: None.
Restricted storage privilege revoked for
administrator administrator ID - storage
pool storage pool name.
An I/O error ocurred while reading
container container name in storage pool
storage pool name.
Explanation: One or more data extents cannot be
accessed in the container.
System action: The operation fails and server
operation continues. Depending upon the operation
being performed, the data extent being accessed is
marked damaged so it can be repaired.
User response: For more information about the I/O
error, see the server's First Failure Data Capture (FFDC)
log. Issue the AUDIT CONTAINER command to
validate the contents of the container. If the AUDIT
CONTAINER command detects damaged extents,
repair the storage pool and retry the failing operation.
ANR2089I
Operator privilege revoked for
administrator administrator ID.
User response: None.
Explanation: In response to a REVOKE AUTHORITY
command, operator privilege class has been revoked
from the indicated administrator.
ANR2085I
System action: None.
Restricted policy privilege revoked for
administrator administrator ID - policy
domain domain name.
Explanation: In response to a REVOKE AUTHORITY
command, restricted policy privilege for the specified
policy domain has been revoked from the indicated
administrator.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR2090I
Activity log retention set to value for
management by management style.
Explanation: The server activity log has been set to
the value indicated with the SET ACTLOGRETENTION
command for the indicated management style. If the
management style is DATE, the value is the number of
days that messages will be kept in the activity log
before being deleted. If the management style is SIZE,
the value is the size in megabytes that the activity log
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will be allowed to occupy in the server database.
System action: None.
System action: None.
User response: None.
User response: None.
ANR2097E
ANR2091I
Accounting parameter set to value.
Explanation: Accounting record generation has been
turned on or off as indicated with the SET
ACCOUNTING command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2092I
Password expiration period set to
number of days days.
Explanation: The number of days that a password can
be used before it must be changed has been set to the
value indicated with the SET PASSEXP command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2093I
Registration parameter set to registration
method.
Explanation: Backup-archive node registration has
been set to the method indicated with the SET
REGISTRATION command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2094I
Server name set to server name.
Explanation: The name that the server displays and
communicates to backup-archive nodes has been set to
the value indicated with the SET SERVERNAME
command.
System action: None.
Unable to retrieve the master encryption
key from the server password file,
password file name.
Explanation: The master encryption key could not be
read from the password file in which it was stored. The
following list contains possible reasons:
v The password file was created by a different server
instance.
v The password file was created before the database
was formatted.
v The server password changed, and the password file
was restored from a point in time prior to the
change.
System action: Server initialization continues. Data
stored in encrypted storage pools cannot be retrieved.
New data cannot be written to encrypted storage pools.
User response: Confirm that the correct password file
is present in the server's instance directory.
v If the server is not configured to encrypt data in
storage pools either delete or rename the password
file. Restart the server.
v If the server database was reformatted, either delete
or rename the password file. Restart the server.
v If the server password changed, either restore the
database to a point in time prior to the change, or
reset the password back to the previous value.
ANR2098E
Command: Invalid URL specification url.
Explanation: The specified URL is too long.
System action: The server ignores the command.
User response: Reissue the command and enter a URL
value that is 200 characters or less.
User response: None.
ANR2099I
ANR2095I
Authentication parameter set to value.
Explanation: The requirement for a node or
administrator to enter a password when establishing a
session with the server has been turned on or off as
indicated with the SET AUTHENTICATION command.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2096I
Server now enabled for backup/archive
client access.
Explanation: The server has been made available for
use by backup-archive clients with the ENABLE
command.
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Administrative userid admininstrator
name defined for OWNER access to node
node name.
Explanation: An administrator with the specified
name was created having OWNER access to the client
node. This administrator is created for accessing the
client node from an interactive interface.
System action: None.
User response: None.
ANR2100I • ANR2109I
ANR2100I
Activity log process has started.
Explanation: The automatic server process that
removes expired