2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 23, 2011 1:42 AM by 858839 RSS

    Error: can't pass command line options to data service - error code 200018

    858839
      hi

      when restoring backups from tape I get this error (catxcr output):



      Error: can't pass command line options to data service - error code 20001803
      09:00:48 ANPO: warning: Stopping data service



      backups are done without error. Os is HP-UX and OSB version is 10.3.0.3. I could not find anything on internet or oracle metalink about it. What should I do?
        • 1. Re: Error: can't pass command line options to data service - error code 200018
          rdoogan
          Are you doing the restore using the webtool? In the restore window is anything getting populated in the command line options field? I have found the word "admin" appears in mine, which I suspect is Firefox thinking it should autocomplete that for me. Removing that entry is sufficient to resolve the problem.

          Thanks

          Rich
          • 2. Re: Error: can't pass command line options to data service - error code 200018
            858839
            Hi

            thank you

            No, The job is not started from webtool, I use rman.

            Also I found these erors in obndmpdms.log:

            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_dataosbargs: job ID is oracle/274.1
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] Error: Error: could not attach to SBT shared memory area in '/usr/tmp/obsbt_18180_0_130882536518180a' (error 536877059)
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] dsinit: shmem_init failed with error code 20001803
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_dataosbargs: dsinit failed - error code 20001803
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_dataabort: bytes processed 0x0
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_dataerror: sent notify_data_halted to DMA
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_movererror: sent notify_mover_halted request
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_datastop: bytes processed 0x0
            2011/06/23.10:42:35 [18077] svc_moverstop: bytes moved 0x0


            any other suggestions?

            Edited by: user10924150 on Jun 22, 2011 11:30 PM

            Edited by: user10924150 on Jun 22, 2011 11:42 PM