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Hi, you should check what your log policies are set for because it appears
that they may have been expired, thus no longer available for creating reports.
To do this
ob> lsp -l logs
adminlogevents (none) [default]
Names of events that are logged in the administrative server activity l
adminlogfile (none) [default]
Pathname of the administrative server activity log.
clientlogevents (none) [default]
Names of events that are logged in each client's local log file.
jobretaintime 30 days [default]
Duration for which scheduler job database records are retained.
logretaintime 7 days [default]
Duration for which Oracle Secure Backup daemon log entries are retained
transcriptretaintime 7 days [default]
Duration for which backup transcripts are retained.
unixclientlogfile (none) [default]
Pathname of the local activity log file for all UNIX clients.
windowsclientlogfile (none) [default]
Pathname of the local activity log file for all Windows clients.
Ours are setup with the default values so for the different retension times, they are relatively short and job 272 was completed later part of last year.
I did further research and testing and can't find anything else I can use to either rebuild the logs or give me more details to the situation at hand.
If anything else comes to mind, let me know and thanks for taking a look at this.