Friday, 27 January 2017

VDP Restore Fails With "Operation Not Permitted"

Today, a restore of a virtual machine was failing. Infact, restore of all virtual machines were failing. The data was sent to a data domain, but regardless of what the backend storage is, this issue would still occur.

In the restore logs under /usr/local/avamarclient/var with the keyword MOD-EPOCH-vmimage1.log, the following was seen:

2017-01-26T13:11:53.027+04:00 avvcbimage Info <6688>: Process 13007 (/usr/local/avamarclient/bin/avtar) finished (code 1: Operation not permitted)
2017-01-26T13:11:53.027+04:00 avvcbimage Info <7238>: Stream complete: 0 bytes read from stream
2017-01-26T13:11:53.027+04:00 avvcbimage Warning <6690>: CTL workorder "MOD-1485454308259" non-zero exit status 'code 1: Operation not permitted'
2017-01-26T13:11:53.028+04:00 avvcbimage Error <0000>: [IMG0011] Avtar exited with 'code 1: Operation not permitted'
2017-01-26T13:11:53.028+04:00 avvcbimage Info <19647>: Restore Job Wrap-Up Stats:

The avtar log for the same had this:

2017-01-26T13:11:53.025+04:00 avtar Warning <10786>: Cannot use --verbose with --stream=&1, remove the verbose option flag to stop this error

The restore progress used to fail right at 0 percent. 

As the error message stated, we had some additional unwanted entry in the avtar.cmd file. To resolve this:

1. Go to /usr/local/avamarclient/var
2. Open the avtar.cmd file in a vi editor
3. Remove the " --verbose " flag from this and save the file
4. Restart the avagent using:
# service avagent-vmware restart

Post this, the restore should work without issues.

Hope this helps.


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