Symantec NetBackup status code 1531 to status code 1533

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Symantec NetBackup product is a backup and recovery product designed for enterprise users. Symantec NetBackup tool can be used to perform backups of SQL Server databases and provides various features.

Below are some of the NetBackup status error codes from Status Code 1531 to Status Code 1533 which may be received while using the Symantec NetBackup tool.

NetBackup status code: 1531
Message: An import storage lifecycle policy requires one copy with remote
retention type
Explanation: The storage lifecycle policy definition cannot be created or modified
as specified because an imported image must make at least one copy by using the
(imported) remote retention type.
RecommendedAction: Add a destination to the storage lifecycle policy that uses
the remote retention type.
Do one of the following:
¦ Change one of the destinations in the storage lifecycle policy to use the remote
retention type. If the storage lifecycle policy has only one destination that is
an import destination, then it must be a remote retention type.
¦ Add a destination to the storage lifecycle policy which uses the remote retention
type.

NetBackup status code: 1532
Message: Import failed because the imported image specifies an SLP name which
does not exist
Explanation: The image imported does not match any configured storage lifecycle
policy and was immediately expired.
Recommended Action: Do one of the following:
¦ Verify that the storage lifecycle policy in the source domain where you
configured an Auto Image Replication matches the storage lifecycle policy in
the destination domain where you configured the import. The match is case
sensitive.
¦ Add a storage lifecycle policy with an import destination using the same name
as your storage lifecycle policy in the source domain.

NetBackup status code: 1533
Message: Import failed because the imported image data class is different than
the SLP data class
Explanation: The image that is imported has a data classification which does not
match any of the import storage lifecycle policy data classifications and was
immediately expired.
Recommended Action:
Do one of the following:
¦ Change the data classification of the storage lifecycle policy in the source
domain where you configured an Auto Image Replication to match the
following: the data classification in the destination domain where you have
configured the import. The match is case sensitive.
Verify that the storage lifecycle policy in the source domain where you
configured an Auto Image Replication matches the following: the storage
lifecycle policy in the destination domain where you configured the import.
The match is case sensitive.
¦ Change the data classification of the storage lifecycle policy in the destination
domain where you configured an Auto Image Replication to match the
following: the data classification in the source domain where you have
configured the import. The match is case sensitive.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
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