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error loading db
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Damian
2009-02-25 14:11:41 UTC
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Hi,

When I try to load a db, It apears the following error:

Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Backup Server: 2.23.1.1: Connection
from Server dbacg_stby on Host dbacg-stby with HostProcid
4911.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Backup Server: 4.132.1.1: Attempting
to open byte stream device:
'compress::1::/backup/bristol.bkp::00'
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Backup Server: 6.28.1.1: Dumpfile name
'bristol090400386E' section number 1 mounted on flujo de
bytes 'compress::1::/backup/bristol.bkp::00'
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: CS-Library Error: 1.1.0
cs_convert: cslib user api layer: common
library error: Unknown error.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Open Server Error: 16368.10.0:
srv_senddone(): A message was initialized, but not completed
.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Open Server Error: 16368.10.0:
srv_senddone(): A message was initialized, but not completed
.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Backup Server: 1.28.2.82: Open Server
routine srv_senddone failed. See Backup Server error log
for additional information.

Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: CS-Library Error: 1.1.0
cs_convert: cslib user api layer: common
library error: Unknown error.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Open Server Error: 16368.10.0:
srv_senddone(): A message was initialized, but not completed
.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Open Server Session Fatal Error:
16269.15.0: Final DONE not sent by event handler
.
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Backup Server: 6.32.2.3:
compress::1::/backup/bristol.bkp::00: volume not valid or
not requested (server: , session id: 9.)
Feb 9 05:30:01 2009: Backup Server: 1.14.2.4: Unrecoverable
I/O or volume error. This DUMP or LOAD session must exit.


thanks,

Damian
Neal Stack [Sybase]
2009-02-25 16:41:08 UTC
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Hello,

What version of ASE is this (select @@version)?

Is your Backup Server using a different character set than ASE?
1) In ASE type the following command:
sp_helpsort

2) Two things to check for backupserver character set:
a) Look in your RUN_backupserver startup file for the "-J" parameter which specifies
a different character set than the default for your operating system.
b) Login to ASE with ISQL from the same environment you start the Backup Server
and type "select @@client_csname" to see what is the default for your
operating system clients.

Regards,
Neal
Damian
2009-02-26 18:38:04 UTC
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Post by Neal Stack [Sybase]
Hello,
Is your Backup Server using a different character set than
sp_helpsort
a) Look in your RUN_backupserver startup file for the
"-J" parameter which specifies
a different character set than the default for your
operating system.
b) Login to ASE with ISQL from the same environment
you start the Backup Server
default for your
operating system clients.
Regards,
Neal
Neal thanks a lot!!!!
First, I cheked the char set in isql and it was UTF8, the
database server chart set by defualt, is "ISO_1". Then I ran
the load and it worked. I just modified the script and the
problem was solved.

Thanks again.
Damián.

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