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tandra
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ignite

hey all

i have hp_ux 11iv3.

in order to have a backup of the operating system.after runing this command:

make_tape_recovery -Av -a dev/rmt/2mn

i have at the end this result:

note: could not read the /etc/resolv.conf file.
*cleaning up old configuration file directories

===== 02 /19/9 15:44:42 WAT make_tape_recovery completed successfully!

plz find attached the snapshot.

my question is if the backup was successeful or there is something wrong!

thx
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Torsten.
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Re: ignite

It's just a note, not a warning or even error.

There was nothing attached.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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tandra
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Re: ignite

thxx..

sorry i forgot to attach it..u can find attached the snapshots now
sujit kumar singh
Honored Contributor
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Re: ignite

Hi


The system does not seem to have an /etc/resolv.conf file.
The last Line says you that the Ignite backup had been successful.
Ignite happens to be successful despite some Not very Critical Warnings also.
But that is always good that you have a look at the make_tape_recovery logs once ignite is finished and sometime you cannot see the Onscreen messages for ignite.
the make_tape_recovery logs can be found at /var/opt/ignite/recovery/latest
regards
sujit
tandra
Frequent Advisor

Re: ignite

i dont have an acces to the server right now to check the logs file..

fot this moment i can say that i have a successuful backup !

Right?

thx
Ganesan R
Honored Contributor

Re: ignite

Hi Tandra,

For ignite, /etc/resolv.conf file is essential file to be backed up. It seems you server does not have this file and ignite just saying that. Nothing harm in that message.

Apart from that your backup completed successfully.

You should have get the errors if any just before the "completed successfully" message.
Best wishes,

Ganesh.
sujit kumar singh
Honored Contributor

Re: ignite

hi Tandra,

it is just that your Ignite backup is 100 % successful but you do not have the /etc/resolv.conf file configured in your system, which ignite backup scripts think to be important. Thats it.
It is up to you that your system may/maynnot have a /etc/resolv.conf ... so no harm ..
Actually the logs i asked to refer will tell the saem things as you have already mentioned.
regards
sujit
tandra
Frequent Advisor

Re: ignite

thx sujit and Ganeson for ur help:D