Error Code details
V-106-58644-1
Severity: Error 
Component: Storage Foundation Windows 
Message:
An unexpected error has occurred.
Description:


 

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Last Modified: 2009-11-11 03:08:56 PDT
Platform: Generic
Release: Generic
Content:

Description

This message appears if an object that has been specified as a parameter does not exist or could not be obtained.


Possible Causes

- A specified object or attribute mentioned in the command does not exist.
- The disk group that is associated with the object is deported.
- At the time that the command was run, the object was being updated in the Veritas Enterprise Administrator (VEA) database.  During this time, the object was unavailable.
- The attributes of the object have recently been changed.  This may cause any operations that refer to the older attributes to fail.
- The Veritas Enterprise Administrator service (vxob) stopped while the operation was running.
- The Veritas Storage Agent service (vxvm) stopped while the operation was running.

Solution

Verify the following:
1. The Veritas Enterprise Administrator service is started
2. The Veritas Storage Agent service is started
3. Any objects or attributes that were specified as parameters actually exist
4. The disk group that is associated with the object is imported
5. The parameters that are being specified accurately reflect the current status and attributes of the object
6. The object is not being updated by another process at the same time that the current operation is running.  Try running the command again at a later time

Recommendations

If the problem persists, restart the Veritas Storage Agent service and try to run the command again.

Warning: Restarting the Veritas Storage Agent service in a clustered environment may cause Volume Manager Disk Group (VMDG) resources to fault.  If Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) is present, freeze any cluster service groups that contain VMDG resources before restarting the Veritas Enterprise Administrator service.  If Microsoft Clustering (MSCS) is present, move any cluster resource groups that contain VMDG resources to another node before restarting the Veritas Storage Agent service.

Reference: http://entsupport.symantec.com/docs/286569

 

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