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BR0253E errno 13: Permission denied

Hi, Experts

I am facing below mentioned Error during Whole database online + redo log backup (DB13). Can anybody share the knowledge to solve this problem?

Error :

BR0002I BRARCHIVE 7.00 (24)

BR0006I Start of offline redo log processing: adzavgra.cds 2008-10-16 17.01.42

BR0484I BRARCHIVE log file: /oracle/SHP/saparch/adzavgra.cds

BR0101I Parameters

Name Value

oracle_sid SHP

oracle_home /oracle/SHP/102_64

oracle_profile /oracle/SHP/102_64/dbs/initSHP.ora

sapdata_home /oracle/SHP

sap_profile /oracle/SHP/102_64/dbs/initSHP.sap

backup_dev_type tape

compress hardware

tape_copy_cmd dd

cpio_flags -ovB

cpio_in_flags -iuvB

dd_flags obs=64k bs=64k

dd_in_flags ibs=64k bs=64k

rewind mt -f $ rew

rewind_offline mt -f $ offl

tape_size 58587.927 MB

tape_address /dev/rmt/0mn

tape_address_rew /dev/rmt/0m

volume_archive SHPDA1610

expir_period 30

tape_use_count 100

archive_dupl_del only

system_info shpadm/shpadm shreprdb HP-UX B.11.23 U ia64

oracle_info SHP 10.2.0.2.0 8192 5733 51743973 shreprdb UTF8 UTF8

sap_info 700 SAPSR3 0002LK0003SHP0011D09281342360013NetWeaver_ORA

make_info hpia64 OCI_102 Apr 21 2007

command_line /usr/sap/SHP/SYS/exe/run/brarchive +bdzavgra.ant,45940288171,SHPDA1610,51 -jid ALLOG20081016163842 -d tape -c force -p initSHP.sap -cds

BR0252E Function fopen() failed for '/oracle/SHP/saparch/archSHP.log' at location arch_copy_delete-6

BR0253E errno 13: Permission denied

BR0121E Processing of log file /oracle/SHP/saparch/archSHP.log failed

BR0016I 0 offline redo log files processed, total size 0.000 MB

BR0252W Function fopen() failed for '/oracle/SHP/saparch/archSHP.log' at location BrCleanup-8

BR0253W errno 13: Permission denied

BR0121W Processing of log file /oracle/SHP/saparch/archSHP.log failed

BR0007I End of offline redo log processing: adzavgra.cds 2008-10-16 17.01.42

BR0280I BRARCHIVE time stamp: 2008-10-16 17.01.42

BR0005I BRARCHIVE terminated with errors

Thanks in advance

Regards

Former Member
replied

Did you execute

./saproot.sh <SID>

after you updated the BR*tools?

It seems that the s-bit is not set and hence the program running under the wrong permissions.

Markus

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