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drd error: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY

 
Mugur Stef_1
Advisor

drd error: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY

I tried to test a disk for becoming an drd clone on a host with HP-UX 11.23 and I got the following error:
"ERROR: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY:
No such file or directory (errno = 2)
ERROR: System information retrieval fails.
- Gathering system configuration information fails with the following error(s):
- Parsing the system configuration information fails with the following error(s): ""
- Parsing of the configuration file "/var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY" fails.
* Reading Current System Information failed with 1 error."

Did you get any of you a similar error?
4 REPLIES

Re: drd error: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY

Are there any directories missing on your system in that long path? /var/opt/drd/tmp/?
Mugur Stef_1
Advisor

Re: drd error: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY

ll /var/opt/drd/tmp/
total 0
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 96 Nov 25 13:56 drdngGsgffv
drwx------ 4 root sys 96 Nov 25 17:33 listeners

Re: drd error: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY

Anything in /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdngGsgffv?

You didn't remove that other directory?
You'll probably need to contact the Response Center to report this problem.
Mugur Stef_1
Advisor

Re: drd error: parser cannot open file: /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdmPb46O1j/sconfrZxuGfhY

ll /var/opt/drd/tmp/drdngGsgffv/
total 0
-rw------- 1 root sys 0 Nov 25 13:56 0wrs5yc
-rw------- 1 root sys 0 Nov 25 13:56 lxrbcDGuS

and no, I didn't remove anything from the /var/opt/drd/tmp.

I will probably log a case to HP.