ACSLS - Database Failure: No Response From the Backend - DI_S_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCE (Doc ID 1369385.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2015

Applies to:

Sun StorageTek Auto Cartridge Sys Lib SW (ACSLS) - Version 7.2 to 8.4 [Release 7.0 to 8.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 20-Aug-2013***
***Checked for relevance on 22-Dec-2015***

Symptoms

1.  ACSLS terminated.

2.  ACSLS won't start.

3.  The following error messages are logged in the acsss_event.log:
     2011-10-16 12:56:00 ACSMON process[0]:
     1328 N di_pri_get_status_code.c Unknown 212
     di_pri_get_status_code:
     DBMS error. Return code (53100) and message ("[unixODBC]No response from
     the backend;
     No response from the backend"). DI_STATUS = DI_S_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCE

     2011-10-16 12:56:00 ACSMON process[0]:
     2293 E cl_clnt_rea.c 1 475
     cl_clnt_read:
     EXEC SQL failed to open clnt_cursor
     [DI_S_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCE]:

    2011-10-16 12:56:00 ACSMON process[0]:
    1 E mon_clmon_request.c 2 1009
    st_mon_unsolicit_msg: mon_terminate_clients() unexpected status =
    STATUS_DATABASE_ERROR

    2011-10-16 12:56:00 ACSMON process[0]:
    1 E mon_clmon_request.c 2 299
    mon_clmon_request: st_mon_unsolicit_msg() unexpected status =
    STATUS_PROCESS_FAILURE

    2011-10-16 12:56:00 ACSSA[0]:
    1423 N sa_demux.c 1 296
    Data base failure.

4. On an ACSLS 7.3.1 system, the rc.acsss start-up script failed with the following errors:
    $ ./rc.acsss
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    Use is subject to license terms.
    psql: FATAL: could not access status of transaction 0
    DETAIL: could not write to file "pg_subtrans/1007" at offset 139264: No space left on device
    psql: FATAL: could not access status of transaction 0
    DETAIL: could not write to file "pg_subtrans/1007" at offset 139264: No space left on device
    rc.acsss: The ACSLS database contains no ports. Please configure the library to ACSLS via
    acsss_config.

    
5.  df -k  shows /export/home as 100% utilized.

Changes

No known changes in the system

Cause

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