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RMAN Maintenance Issue

From: Jim Silverman <jsilverman_at_Solucient.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:17:12 -0500
Message-ID: <2D1EFB433A527D4681B80C94B71E3598043A723F@aaexchange01.HEALTH.AD>


All:

We're trying to bring our rman catalogs up to date. In a couple of instances, maintenance operations such as "delete obsolete" and "crosscheck" are failing. As usual, however, the rman error messages are somewhat less than informative, so I was wondering if anybody on the list might be able to provide some insight.

Following is a snippet of the session log:

                RMAN> connect catalog username_at_rcat

		recovery catalog database Password:
		connected to recovery catalog database

		RMAN> connect target rcat

		target database Password:
		connected to target database: TARGET (DBID=2086885901)

		RMAN> allocate channel for maintenance device type sbt;

		allocated channel: ORA_MAINT_SBT_TAPE_1
		channel ORA_MAINT_SBT_TAPE_1: sid=22 devtype=SBT_TAPE
		channel ORA_MAINT_SBT_TAPE_1: NMO v4.1.0.0

		RMAN> crosscheck backup;
		backup piece handle=/level0_TARGET_16198_1.dat/ recid=16051 stamp=568678370
		crosschecked backup piece: found to be 'EXPIRED'
		...
		backup piece handle=/level0_TARGET_16199_1.dat/ recid=16052 stamp=568678406
		NetWorker: Cannot bind socket to connection port in configured port range on system host.
		NetWorker: Cannot bind socket to connection port in configured port range on system host.

This same operation works without problems from almost all of our servers. Our network administrators, Legato specialists, etc., don't see any problems vis--vis the NetWorker configuration (e.g., permissions, etc.).

Any ideas? TIA.



Jim Silverman
Senior Systems Database Administrator
Solucient, LLC
Telephone: 734-669-7641
FAX:            734-930-7611
E-Mail:         jsilverman_at_solucient.com


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