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RDBPROD: RMU/RESTORE Operation with /VOLUMES Processing Only on 1 Tape Drive (Doc ID 956239.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Rdb Server on OpenVMS - Version 7.0 and later
HP OpenVMS Itanium
HP OpenVMS Alpha


An RMU/BACKUP of a database creates a 22 tape volume backup set. This backup now needs to be restored, using 5 tape drives.

RMU/RESTORE using the following command is processing on only 1 tape drive after requesting the next volume (volume 6) be mounted:

%RMU-I-RESTXT_00, Restored root file DISK1:[DB]MYDB.RDB;1
%RMU-I-RESTXT_21, Starting full restore of storage area (RDB$SYSTEM) DISK1:[DB]MYDB.RDA;1
%RMU-I-RESTXT_24, Completed full restore of storage area (RDB$SYSTEM) DISK1:[DB]MYDB.RDA;1
%RMU-I-RESUME, resuming operation on volume 2 using TAPE2
%RMU-I-RESUME, resuming operation on volume 3 using TAPE3
%RMU-I-RESUME, resuming operation on volume 4 using TAPE4
%RMU-I-RESUME, resuming operation on volume 5 using TAPE5
%RMU-I-RESUME, resuming operation on volume 6 using TAPE5
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, LBL06 mounted on TAPE5: (NODE1)
%RMU-I-RESUME, resuming operation on volume 7 using TAPE5
%MOUNT-I-MOUNTED, LBL07 mounted on TAPE5: (NODE1)


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