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wojcieh Absent Member.
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Data protector 6.11 keystore is corrupted

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Hi guys, 

 

I need help because my IDB backusp are failing.

 

C:\Users\_k748050>omnidbcheck
Check Level             Mode            Status
==================================================
Core                    -core           OK
Filenames               -filenames      OK
DCBF(presence and size) -bf             OK
DONE!

 

C:\Users\_k748050>omnidbcheck -keystore

Checking keymap file...
Key ID                              Store ID                      Results
=========================================================================


Checking keystore database...
KeyStore KeyFile   Key ID                                  Results
==================================================================


        KeyStore is corrupted.

 

C:\Users\_k748050>omnidbcheck.exe -extended
Check Level             Mode            Status
==================================================
Core                    -core           OK
Filenames               -filenames      OK
DCBF(presence and size) -bf             OK
SIBF(readability)       -sibf           OK
OMNIDC(consistency)     -dc             OK
DONE!

 

 

Any idea hot fix this issue?

Thanks in advance

Wojciech

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Stephan. Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Data protector 6.11 keystore is corrupted

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Hi again,

did you change anything? (Patches, upgrade from 6.x, or ...)

 

Do you use the encryption?

 

I would look for the permissions but I don't have a windows system at hand, so perhaps another user could post it or as suggested before restore the folder from an old backup.

 

Another idea would be stopping all services, save the keymap.idx somewhere else and restart the services to see if it get recreated, but i would only consider it if you do not use encryption.

 

hth,

Stephan

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Stephan. Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Data protector 6.11 keystore is corrupted

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Hi,

does the folder db40/keystore exist?

 

Can you check the permissions of it against an backuped Version where still everything was fine?

 

hth,

Stephan

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wojcieh Absent Member.
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Re: Data protector 6.11 keystore is corrupted

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Hi Stephan.
Folder keystore exists and it contains keymap.idx with 0 bytes and folder catalog.

So to check permissions I have to restore idb somewhere on disk?
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Stephan. Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Data protector 6.11 keystore is corrupted

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Hi again,

did you change anything? (Patches, upgrade from 6.x, or ...)

 

Do you use the encryption?

 

I would look for the permissions but I don't have a windows system at hand, so perhaps another user could post it or as suggested before restore the folder from an old backup.

 

Another idea would be stopping all services, save the keymap.idx somewhere else and restart the services to see if it get recreated, but i would only consider it if you do not use encryption.

 

hth,

Stephan

wojcieh Absent Member.
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Re: Data protector 6.11 keystore is corrupted

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Stephan you were right!.

I recreated it as you suggested and it helped. IDB backup worked fine.

Thanks a lot for help!
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