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Error DB2 backup (libob2db2.dll return Reason code: "2")

Hello folks!

 

I'm with troubles to do a DB2 backup. Sometimes the error below occur:

 

 

[Critical] From: OB2BAR_DB2BAR@srvepd02.mydomain.com.br "DB2ECP"  Time: 4/19/2012 5:00:18 AM
      DB2 returned error:
      app. message      = backing up the database
SQLCODE           = -2071
SQL2071N  An error occurred while accessing the shared library "C:\Program
Files\OmniBack\lib\libob2db2.dll". Reason code: "2".

 


An alternative solution is restart the DB2 services in the client. Doing this I can run the job more a few times but suddenly the error occur again.

 

 

My environment currently is running Windows Server 2008 64Bits with HP Data Protector A.06.11(32Bits).

 

 

Patches on Cell Manager:
DPWIN_00521         Core Component
DPWIN_00522         Cell Manager Component
DPWIN_00526         Disk Agent
DPWIN_00524         Media Agent
DPWIN_00523         User Interface
DPWIN_00523         Manager-of-Managers User Interfac

 

Patches on Client:
DPWIN_00521         Core Component
DPWIN_00521         Core of Integrations component
DPWIN_00526         Disk Agent
DPWIN_00524         Media Agent
DPWIN_00474         SAP R/3 Integration
DPWIN_00485         DB2 Integration

 

 

Anyone already had this problem or have any suggestion to solve it?

 

 

I tried reinstall the patch DPWIN_00485, deleting the libob2db2.dll file before and I tried restart the Data Protector Inet agent too but no sucessfully.

 

 

Thanks!!!

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Re: Error DB2 backup (libob2db2.dll return Reason code: "2")

What I've seen so far, this is something for HP support. I don't think anyone in the forum can help you with this error. Would be nice if you could report back, as soon you found a solution.

Regards,
Sebastian
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