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Terry L Johnson Absent Member.
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DP 6.1 Bad catalog access for message #20007 in set 611

DP 6.1
Bad catalog access for message #20007 in set 611.
RHEL 5.2 Cell Manager. Error occurs while restoring. Any ideas?
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Kuttiraja Absent Member.
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Re: DP 6.1 Bad catalog access for message #20007 in set 611

Hi,

Is your restore session continues? if so, you can ignore this error.

-Kutti
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RoMa64 Absent Member.
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Re: DP 6.1 Bad catalog access for message #20007 in set 611

Hi Terry,

you can check the message as follows:

omnigetmsg 611 20007.

regards,
Robert
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Terry L Johnson Absent Member.
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Re: DP 6.1 Bad catalog access for message #20007 in set 611

ooh good Stuff!
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Absent Member.. Joseph P. Smith Absent Member..
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Re: DP 6.1 Bad catalog access for message #20007 in set 611

I recommend upgrading Cell Manager.

We had v6.11 cell and v6.0 GUI Cell Manager. After upgrading/installing v6.11 Cell Manager, the "bad catalog" messages resolved to real messages in the context of the DP operation.

Thanks also for the omnigetmsg suggestion.

Joe S.
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