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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: onbar -b fails with ASSERT: file bar_unix.c line 1261

    Hello gurus,

    I've just installed Informix 10.0 HC4. Once my applications started on the database, if I issue an onbar -b, I get this error in the bar_act.log:

    2006-01-10 16:41:53 192 190 Begin level 0 backup fmd_rootdbs.
    2006-01-10 16:41:53 192 190 Successfully connected to Storage Manager.
    2006-01-10 16:41:53 192 190 ASSERT: file bar_unix.c line 1261 - contact product support
    2006-01-10 16:41:53 192 190 See also: /opt/informix/export/dump/fmdsgm/core
    2006-01-10 17:17:13 20813 20811 /opt/informix/10.0/bin/onbar_d -b
    2006-01-10 17:17:16 20813 20811 Archive started on fmd_rootdbs, fmd_log, fmd_log2, fmd_phys, cnp_pm, fmd, fmd_audt, fm
    d_audt_c1, fmd_ibm, fmd_machii, fmd_machii_down, fmd_machii_upr, fmd_oppar, fmd_opr, fmd_optx, fmd_po, fmd_reqpa, fmd_re
    quire, fmd_sgm, fmd_sgm_at, fmd_sgm_eff, fmd_sgm_prt, fmd_text, fmd_wkord (Requested Level 0).
    2006-01-10 17:17:17 20813 20811 Begin level 0 backup fmd_rootdbs.
    2006-01-10 17:17:18 20813 20811 Successfully connected to Storage Manager.
    2006-01-10 17:17:18 20813 20811 ASSERT: file bar_unix.c line 1261 - contact product support
    2006-01-10 17:17:18 20813 20811 See also: /opt/informix/export/dump/fmdsgm/core


    The core file mentionned at the end of the log is not even created. My platform is HP-UX 11i.

    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    Hi,
    Please test if your IDS 10, is correct for HP-UX11i. I think that IDS should be FDx or UDx.

    Gustavo.

  3. #3
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    Don't think so!

    Gustavo,

    Here is an excerpt of the IBM Informix Web page.

    HP-UX is supported on PA-RISC and Itanium. IDS versions shown below are for the most current versions for each code line.

    Note: The following codes are used in the tables on this page.

    F = 64-bit on any UNIX/Linux platform
    H = 32-bit build on any HP PA-RISC 11.x platform; also runs on HP PA-RISC 11.x 64-bit
    U = 32-bit on any UNIX/Linux platform


    We are running a 32 bit version of IDS on HP-UX 11i.

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