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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering subprocesses died

    I am trying to load the database backed up from ASE11.5 server to ASE12.0 server and I am getting following error message. Has anyone come across this kind of situation? And what was the solution to this problem?

    Thanks

    ssglb

    ***************Error received when load database executed***************
    1> load database SUPREME from "/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump"
    2> go
    Backup Server session id is: 10. Use this value when executing the
    'sp_volchanged' system stored procedure after fulfilling any volume change
    request from the Backup Server.
    Backup Server: 6.28.1.1: Dumpfile name 'SUPREME0402208E90' section number 1
    mounted on disk file '/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump'
    Backup Server: 4.58.1.1: Database SUPREME: 12294 kilobytes LOADed.
    …………………………………………………………
    Backup Server: 4.58.1.1: Database SUPREME: 305656 kilobytes LOADed.
    Backup Server: 4.145.2.73: [0] Error for device
    '/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump'. Pipe I/O returned 0 bytes
    Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering subprocesses died,
    archive /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump.
    Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.3: Multibuffering subprocesses died,
    archive /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump.
    Msg 8009, Level 16, State 1:
    Server 'TTNAOCSYBSE12', Line 1:
    Error encountered by Backup Server. Please refer to Backup Server messages for
    details.
    1>
    ***************Error message from Backup server error log***************
    Jan 22 11:32:07 2004: Backup Server: 6.28.1.1: Dumpfile name 'SUPREME0402208E90' section number 1 mounted on disk file '/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump'
    Jan 22 11:32:13 2004: Backup Server: 4.58.1.1: Database SUPREME: 12294 kilobytes LOADed.
    …………………………………………………………
    Jan 22 11:33:45 2004: Backup Server: 4.58.1.1: Database SUPREME: 305656 kilobytes LOADed.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: A00: SYBMULTBUF ERROR: Emulator interprocess communication failed with error state = 5, error code=0, system message=Pipe I/O returned 0 bytes.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server: 4.145.2.73: [0] Error for device '/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump'. Pipe I/O returned 0 bytes
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.4: Multibuffering sub
    processes died, archive /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.3: Multibuffering sub
    processes died, archive /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'write' call failed for
    device '/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump' with error number 32 (Broken pipe). Refer to your operating system documentation for further details.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering sub
    processes died, archive /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server: 6.32.2.3: /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump:volume not valid or not requested (server: , session id: 10.)
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server: 1.14.2.4: Unrecoverable I/O or volume error
    . This DUMP or LOAD session must exit.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server: 4.141.2.66: [0] The 'write' call failed for
    device '/DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump' with error number 32 (Broken pipe). Refer to your operating system documentation for further details.
    Jan 22 11:33:46 2004: Backup Server Internal Error: 4.62.3.8: Multibuffering sub
    processes died, archive /DOWNLOAD/SUPREME_database_dump.

    Source ASE Server:
    1) @@version -> “Adaptive Server Enterprise/11.5.1/P/RS6000/AIX4.1/1/OPT/Sat Mar 7 18:41:41 PST 1998”
    2) OS -> AIX 4.3.3

    Destination ASE Server:
    1) @@version -> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.0/P/RS6000/AIX .3.2/1576/32bit/FBO/Thu N ov 4 09:40:01 1999
    2) OS -> AIX 4.3.3

  2. #2
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    can't say why sybmultbuf processes are dying.

    one thing that I spotted that you are on ASE 12.0 base release. Perhaps applying some later EBF would do the trick, that if you are hitting a bug. Really not sure, why it is failing on an write call when the command is load from the device.

  3. #3
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    Here is something I found on Sybase web site:
    http://info.sybase.com/resolution/de...umber=10791078

    It looks like this is an OS issue; I need to apply few patches to my AIX.

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