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Error backup/dump database from ASE 12.0 (Windows 2000 Server)
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Leonid Gvirtz
2009-03-24 07:57:20 UTC
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Hi all,
Im using sybase ASE 12.0 in Windows 2000 Server ,im getting error in
backuplog im not familliar this error and first to see this error may i
request assistance how solve this issue. Any recommendation will appreciate
and only workaround to temporary work to dump the database is restart the
service of sybase or reboot the machine. Any suggestion?Thank you very much.
2> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.0/P/NT (IX86)/OS 4.0/1576/32bit/OPT/Wed Nov
03 22:35:30 1999
3>
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 109 (The
pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 109
(The pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 232
(The pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Thanks & Regards,
dennis
Hi

I'm not sure if it is actually related to the problem, but I see that
you are using ASE 12.0 GA version without any EBFs (patches) installed
at all. There were tens of EBFs released for ASE 12.0 and I think that
installation of the last EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5 ?) is a good idea. In
my experience, many problems with an apparently weird behavior of ASE
were solved just by EBF installation. Test it on your test environment
first, though.

Hope it helps
Leonid Gvirtz
Densys
2009-03-24 08:41:57 UTC
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Hi Leonid Gvirtz,

Thank you for quicky reply. Is this EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5) available in
sybase for download?what is specific EBF no.? And let me test in my
environment.

Best Regards,
densys
Hi all,
Im using sybase ASE 12.0 in Windows 2000 Server ,im getting error in
backuplog im not familliar this error and first to see this error may i
request assistance how solve this issue. Any recommendation will appreciate
and only workaround to temporary work to dump the database is restart the
service of sybase or reboot the machine. Any suggestion?Thank you very much.
2> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.0/P/NT (IX86)/OS 4.0/1576/32bit/OPT/Wed Nov
03 22:35:30 1999
3>
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 109 (The
pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 109
(The pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 232
(The pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Thanks & Regards,
dennis
Hi
I'm not sure if it is actually related to the problem, but I see that you
are using ASE 12.0 GA version without any EBFs (patches) installed at all.
There were tens of EBFs released for ASE 12.0 and I think that
installation of the last EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5 ?) is a good idea. In my
experience, many problems with an apparently weird behavior of ASE were
solved just by EBF installation. Test it on your test environment first,
though.
Hope it helps
Leonid Gvirtz
Leonid Gvirtz
2009-03-24 15:52:58 UTC
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Hi

Yes, it is available to download from Sybase website (Support & Services
-> EBFs/Maintenance). The EBF number is 13229.

You may need to have a support contract to download some EBFs. I'm not
sure for this particular EBF though, so you can just try to download it.

Leonid Gvirtz
Post by Densys
Hi Leonid Gvirtz,
Thank you for quicky reply. Is this EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5) available in
sybase for download?what is specific EBF no.? And let me test in my
environment.
Best Regards,
densys
Hi all,
Im using sybase ASE 12.0 in Windows 2000 Server ,im getting error in
backuplog im not familliar this error and first to see this error may i
request assistance how solve this issue. Any recommendation will appreciate
and only workaround to temporary work to dump the database is restart the
service of sybase or reboot the machine. Any suggestion?Thank you very much.
2> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.0/P/NT (IX86)/OS 4.0/1576/32bit/OPT/Wed Nov
03 22:35:30 1999
3>
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 109 (The
pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 109
(The pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 232
(The pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Thanks & Regards,
dennis
Hi
I'm not sure if it is actually related to the problem, but I see that you
are using ASE 12.0 GA version without any EBFs (patches) installed at all.
There were tens of EBFs released for ASE 12.0 and I think that
installation of the last EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5 ?) is a good idea. In my
experience, many problems with an apparently weird behavior of ASE were
solved just by EBF installation. Test it on your test environment first,
though.
Hope it helps
Leonid Gvirtz
Densys
2009-03-25 00:52:04 UTC
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Hi Leonid Gvirtz,

Thank you again, great its available to download let do some testing if it
is work.
By the way what is the latest EBF for ASE 12.0 Windows and my support
contract is ended and limited to download some EBF.
Do you have any latest EBF for that,and you can share to me?Thank you very
much.

Regards,
densys
Post by Leonid Gvirtz
Hi
Yes, it is available to download from Sybase website (Support &
Services -> EBFs/Maintenance). The EBF number is 13229.
You may need to have a support contract to download some EBFs. I'm not
sure for this particular EBF though, so you can just try to download it.
Leonid Gvirtz
Post by Densys
Hi Leonid Gvirtz,
Thank you for quicky reply. Is this EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5) available in
sybase for download?what is specific EBF no.? And let me test in my
environment.
Best Regards,
densys
Post by Leonid Gvirtz
Hi all,
Im using sybase ASE 12.0 in Windows 2000 Server ,im getting error in
backuplog im not familliar this error and first to see this error may i
request assistance how solve this issue. Any recommendation will appreciate
and only workaround to temporary work to dump the database is restart the
service of sybase or reboot the machine. Any suggestion?Thank you very much.
2> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.0/P/NT (IX86)/OS
4.0/1576/32bit/OPT/Wed Nov
03 22:35:30 1999
3>
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_gacl_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 109 (The
pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log' with error number 232 (The
pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_log.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.67: [0] The 'ReadFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 109
(The pipe has been ended). Refer to your operating system documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.128.2.1: Failed to start
multibuffering subprocesses for archive device
'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data'. Look at the Backup Server error log or
standard error for more information.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'WriteFile' call
failed for device 'F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data' with error number 232
(The pipe is being closed). Refer to your operating system
documentation for
further details.
Mar 18 23:30:02 2009: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering
subprocesses died, archive F:\DumpDb\wednesday_vimms_data.
Thanks & Regards,
dennis
Hi
I'm not sure if it is actually related to the problem, but I see that
you are using ASE 12.0 GA version without any EBFs (patches) installed
at all. There were tens of EBFs released for ASE 12.0 and I think that
installation of the last EBF (ASE 12.0.0.8 ESD#5 ?) is a good idea. In
my experience, many problems with an apparently weird behavior of ASE
were solved just by EBF installation. Test it on your test environment
first, though.
Hope it helps
Leonid Gvirtz
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