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Failed In Patchmgr Backup for a Guest VM on Exadata Virtual Platform (Doc ID 2631934.1)

Last updated on JULY 27, 2020

Applies to:

Exadata X5-2 Hardware - Version All Versions and later
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

[root@ex01dbadm01 dbserver_patch_19.190828]# ./patchmgr -dbnodes vm_nodes -backup -target_version 18.1.16.0.0.190513.2 -iso_repo /EXAVMIMAGES/parches/YUM/p29700717_181000_Linux-x86-64.zip

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2020-01-21 18:41:17 -0300 :Working: DO: dbnodeupdate.sh running a backup on node(s).
2020-01-21 18:46:00 -0300 :ERROR : dbnodeupdate.sh backup failed on one or more nodes

  SUMMARY OF ERRORS FOR ex01dbadm01vm01:

  ex01dbadm01vm01: ERROR: Backup failed investigate logfiles /var/log/cellos/dbnodeupdate.log and /var/log/cellos/dbserver_backup.sh.log


2020-01-21 18:46:05 -0300 :ERROR : DONE: dbnodeupdate.sh backup on cmrarpadm01vm01

  SUMMARY OF ERRORS FOR ex01dbadm01vm05:

  ex01dbadm01vm05: ERROR: Backup failed investigate logfiles /var/log/cellos/dbnodeupdate.log and /var/log/cellos/dbserver_backup.sh.log


2020-01-21 18:46:07 -0300 :ERROR : DONE: dbnodeupdate.sh backup on ex01dbadm01vm05
2020-01-21 18:46:47 -0300 :INFO : SUMMARY FOR ALL NODES:
2020-01-21 18:46:05 -0300 :ERROR : ex01dbadm01vm01 has state: FAILED
2020-01-21 18:46:08 -0300 :ERROR : ex01dbadm01vm05 has state: FAILED
2020-01-21 18:46:48 -0300 :FAILED : DONE: Initiate backup on node(s).
[INFO ] Collected dbnodeupdate diag in file: Diag_patchmgr_dbnode_backup_210120184046.tbz
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 11523794 Jan 21 18:46 Diag_patchmgr_dbnode_backup_210120184046.tbz
2020-01-21 18:46:53 -0300 :ERROR : FAILED run of command:./patchmgr -dbnodes vm_nodes2 -backup -target_version 18.1.16.0.0.190513.2 -iso_repo /EXAVMIMAGES/parches/YUM/p29700717_181000_Linux-x86-64.zip
2020-01-21 18:46:53 -0300 :INFO : Backup attempted on nodes in file vm_nodes2: [ex01dbadm01vm01 ex01dbadm01vm05]
2020-01-21 18:46:54 -0300 :INFO : Current image version on dbnode(s) is:
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Changes

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Cause

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