DP 9 - Oracle backup - Bad message format. *RETVAL*3011

Hi all,

We are getting this message during a backup.

[Major] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:0
    Bad message format.

*RETVAL*3011
client.domain.com:5555


It seems that the database backup complete successfully, but got the message anyway.

¿Any Idea to solve this problem?

Environment:

Cellmanager:

DP 9 (patches 9.09)

Windows 2012 r2

 

Client (Virtual Machine) :

Linux / DA (patches 9.09)

Client (Physical Machine) :

Oracle Linux / MA (patches 9.09)

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Recovery Manager complete.
[Normal] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:03:58
    Oracle Recovery Manager completed.

[Normal] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:03:58
    Starting backup of Data Protector managed control file backup.

[Normal] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:04
    Backing up current control file completed.
    Location: /var/opt/omni/tmp/ctrl_data_base_28139.dbf.

[Major] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:04
    Bad message format.

*RETVAL*3011
client.domain.com:5555

[Major] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:04
    Backup of Data Protector managed control file backup failed.

[Normal] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:04
    Backup of target database completed.

[Major] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:04
    Bad message format.
    *RETVAL*3011
    client.domain.com:5555

[Major] From: ob2rman@client.domain.com "data_base" Time: 09/19/18 21:04:04
    Bad message format.
    *RETVAL*3011
    client.domain.com:5555

[Normal] From: BSM@cellman.domain.net "backup_job" Time: 9/19/2018 9:04:05 PM
    OB2BAR application on "client.domain.com" disconnected.

[Normal] From: BMA@cellman.domain.net "Drive_1" Time: 9/19/2018 9:05:40 PM
    Tape12:0:7:0C
    Medium header verification completed, 0 errors found.

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  • Hello, 

    Try to add the information for name resolution for each server involved on hosts file. Like this

    IP_Address       FQDN       ShortName.

    Then retry. 

    Also, check the user used to perform the backup and check permissions on Oracle. 

    Victor Andrés Fallas Salazar
    DP L3 Technical Support Engineer
    San José, Costa Rica

    Please consider to give a like, and if it solved your issue, consider to mark it as the solution. 

  • Hello Victor,

    First of all thanks for reply.

    The hosts files are good, exactly on the format you mentioned, and the user has the "sysadmin" role.

    All seems good from this point of view.

    Any idea or approach to solve this problem!?

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