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backup recovery error

Hello, when you restore a file backup Linux, I get the error "No index was found. You have not backed up any files from the source machine, or you need to connect to the server as the supervisor." Although the backup can be removed without problems.

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Re: backup recovery error

Hello Alex,

Could you run the restore from the client, from command line adding some debug options so we can have more information?

Thank you.

Carlos.

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Re: backup recovery error

ALEX.SERYOGIN wrote:

Hello, when you restore a file backup Linux, I get the error "No index was found. You have not backed up any files from the source machine, or you need to connect to the server as the supervisor." Although the backup can be removed without problems.

This means either:

a) you are running restore with user who does not have permission to browse the index or

b) index has been saved under different client name

c) rather unlikely, you may have run backup which does not save index (eg. wrong pool)

d) again unlikely, your index is expired and since then no backup run

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Re: backup recovery error

Hi Alex,

If the Index are expired. Please follow the below steps and try to rebuild the index for the particular client.

1)Take ssid of the saveset to be recoverd
  Run the below command.
   mminfo -avot -q ssid=<ssid number> -r name,"savetime(20)",nsavetime,ssbrowse,ssretent,ssflags,sumflags


2) Second the mminfo command to get the index saveset details. 

  

    mminfo -avot -q name=index:Client name -r name,ssid,ssflags,sumflags,volume, nsavetime,savetime

    Search for the particular date index backup was backed up after the saveset you are trying to recover for that client

    Make a note of the ssid and nsavetime


3) Then Run nsrchk command to rebuild the index for particular date

   nsrck -L7 -t <nsavetime of index> clientname

Regards

Panwar

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Re: backup recovery error

Hi,

You can verify if the indexes are prsesnt for the client, using nsrls. Run the following command to check if the indexex are present and what is the size. If possible try posting the output.

#nsrls clientname

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