[136:32] Bad import file format in file "media.txt"

Hi

 

I can't import command "omnidbutil -readdb -mmdb /restore/ex_mmdb -cdb /restore/ex_cdb"

(writedb normally)

 

[root@cell1]:/restore/ex_mmdb>omnidbutil -readdb -mmdb /restore/ex_mmdb  -cdb /restore/ex_cdb
Database import will overwrite old database. All data will be lost!
Are you sure (y/n)?y
07/13/15 13:37:54 Importing libraries ...
07/13/15 13:37:54 Importing pools ...
07/13/15 13:37:54 Importing devices ...
07/13/15 13:37:54 Importing compounds ...
07/13/15 13:37:54 Importing cartridges ...
07/13/15 13:37:54 Importing media ...
[136:32] Bad import file format in file "media.txt",  line#: 1,  field#: 8!

 

How to solve this case

Thank you

 

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  • If this is DP 7x on windows with latest DP patches it may be a known issue.

     

    If it isn't, there is very possible a corruption with media.txt file.  an Unsupported workaround is to delete the mentioned line in the media.txt and then, attempt the readb again .....

     

    but to NOTE, that is an unsupported way of doing things.  Asusming you try it, and it gets, past line 1, but complains of line 2, or 5, or ...etc..ect...best you do not import from this writedb, period as there is corruption

     

     

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  • If this is DP 7x on windows with latest DP patches it may be a known issue.

     

    If it isn't, there is very possible a corruption with media.txt file.  an Unsupported workaround is to delete the mentioned line in the media.txt and then, attempt the readb again .....

     

    but to NOTE, that is an unsupported way of doing things.  Asusming you try it, and it gets, past line 1, but complains of line 2, or 5, or ...etc..ect...best you do not import from this writedb, period as there is corruption

     

     

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