ufsdump output from oracle

From: VDK <vdkamp_at_inter.nl.net>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 00:01:40 -0700 (PDT)
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Recently we installed Oracle Enterprise Manager. We keep the processes of this tool running (so we didn't stop them with emctl), but shutdown the databases because we wanted to know what kind of messages were generated and what the effect would be on ufsdump. Ufsdump didn't complain.
During the last full backup however we received the following output. 19570o(oracle) 10884o(oracle) 5627c(root) 25359o(oracle)

Actually there were more lines, but the pattern is the same <number><letter>(<user>). We checked the backup and all the Oracle files we expected, were present on the tape. So it seems that the output is informational and does not indicate a problem. But we want to know were this output comes from and what it means. Anyone any idea?
Oracle version: 10.2


Peter Received on Mon Jun 16 2008 - 02:01:40 CDT

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