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no teradata backups after netbackup upgrade to 6.0

no teradata backups after netbackup upgrade to 6.0

no teradata backups after netbackup upgrade to 6.0

Just upgraded our TD NB system to 6.0 MP5 this morning. All looks good except one big problem: I cannot kick off backups of the Teradata databases. Receive errors in logs like Requested Access Module not found, ARCMAIN terminated with severity 12. Arcmain cannot login to the database it looks like. Versions of Netbackup and Teradata are compatible, but is ARCMAIN version 8.02 compatible with Netbackup 6.0? HELP PLEASE


RE: no teradata backups after netbackup upgrade to 6.0

Turns out there is a Netbackup bug that removes the Path environmental variable definition during the upgrade. AFter the Path variable was updated with the path to the netbackup bin location all is well. Thanks.

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