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BR0973W Database operation alert - level: WARNING, operation: bdwraxei.dbv, time: 2007-11-24 22.00.52, condition: Last 'dbv' operation failed with rc=3.

BR0973W Database operation alert - level: WARNING, operation: sdwntifl.tse, time: 2007-11-07 12.13.01, condition: Last successful 'tse' operation older than 10 days.

how to fix tje above two warnings.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:20 AM

    Hi Siva

    You need to check the log files for the details of the error for the above operations.That should give an insight of the actual reason. If possible, post the log files to help further.

    Lokesh Gupta

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 02:30 PM

    <b>BR0973W Database operation alert - level: WARNING, operation: bdwraxei.dbv, time: 2007-11-24 22.00.52, condition: Last 'dbv' operation failed with rc=3.

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    This means that the last time you ran a DBVerify, it failed. check in directory /oracle/[SID]/sapbackup for file bdwraxei.dbv, you will get an explanation on why it failed. this error will remain until you run a new DBVerify (through DB13). another possibility is to go into DB17 and disable this check if you do not plan on using it anymore... this is not recommended, though.

    also, you might find the following link useful:

    warning-in-checkdb-in-production-server

    <b>BR0973W Database operation alert - level: WARNING, operation: sdwntifl.tse, time: 2007-11-07 12.13.01, condition: Last successful 'tse' operation older than 10 days.

    </b>

    last time you manipulated brtools, it ended with an error, check log sdwntifl.tse to understand why.

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