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opr-pgctl.sh -restore fails

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Running OBM 2018.05 on two systems.  I took a backup of my primary system with opr-pgctl.sh -force -z -backup backup.zip. 

I copied that to a test system running 2018.05.  I stopped everything.  I started the restore.  At 71% Restore the command failed. The opr-pgctl.log say Restore command failed, stream closed and lines of Java dump.  Cannot I not restore a DB from one system to another?  I have plenty of space on the volume.

Any idea what the problem could be?

Thanks,
Mel

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The restore didn't like that the backup was zipped.  When I did the backup without the -z and did the restore. it worked fine.  It was very, very slow, particularly to start, but it worked.

Problem solved.

 

Mel

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The restore didn't like that the backup was zipped.  When I did the backup without the -z and did the restore. it worked fine.  It was very, very slow, particularly to start, but it worked.

Problem solved.

 

Mel

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