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I have problem take snapshot for MAXDB. I´ve obtained error which can you see in attachment.
any idea what can be wrong?
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What user account is used to run the Snap Creator Agent?
As the same user account above, are you able to run the below command from the shell?
/sapdb/clients/LM1/bin/dbmcli -d LM1 -u control,xxxxxxxx db_state
Do you have % in your password? If so, please change the password without % and try again.
The % may need to be escaped in your shell environment with a \
Please let me know.
Snap Creator Agent is running under root user.
Output from command from the shell:
/sapdb/clients/LM1/bin/dbmcli -d LM1 -u control,XXXXX db_state
Password doesn´t contain "%".
Any next tips?
Please upload a scdump (obtained by running Action->scdump from the GUI).
You may email the output to sivar at netapp.com
I will review your config file and associated logs and get back to you.
Also, please try with a DBADMIN user.
In my setup, I have dbm user defined as below.
# dbmcli -d MaxDB1 -u dbm,dbm user_get dbm
email has been send with scDump.
[root@tsbp01sap10 configs]# /sapdb/clients/LM1/bin/dbmcli -d LM1 -u control,XXXXX user_get control
I have found what caused this issue probably. Wrong password Hash in config file.
I have the same problem on other one system when I have started testing new official release SC 4.1.0.
I tried to use command: snapcreator –pwdConvert /install_path/engine/config.
Command completed successfully however when I compated hash from config file and output from commad snapcreator –pwdCrypt then I saw difference hash.
So I tried to change it manually and it´s working OK now.
It seems that I'll need to change all password hashes in all configuration files manually.
Thank you Siva for help
Email from Siva:
pwdConvert is only to be used in scenarios where 3.6 to 4.0 upgrade happens.
pwdCrypt is the command you need to use in 4.1
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