Symantec NetBackup status code 221 to status code 225

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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 221 to Status Code 225 which may be received while using the Symantec NetBackup tool.

NetBackup status code: 221
Message: continue
Explanation: This status code is used to coordinate communication between
various NetBackup processes and normally does not occur. If the logs show that
it is associated with a subsequent error, it usually indicates a communication
problem. In this case, concentrate your troubleshooting efforts on the subsequent
error.
Recommended Action: Determine the cause of the status code that follows this
one.

NetBackup status code: 222
Message: done
Explanation: This status code is used to coordinate communication between
various NetBackup processes and is normally not seen. If the error logs show that
it is associated with a subsequent error, it usually indicates a communication
problem. In this case, concentrate your troubleshooting efforts on the subsequent
error.
Recommended Action: Determine the cause of the status code that follows this
one.

NetBackup status code: 223
Message: an invalid entry was encountered
Explanation: Arequest to the bpdbm process (on UNIX and Linux) or the NetBackup
Database Manager service (on Windows) had invalid information or some
information that conflicted. This error is usually a result of the use of software
from different versions. Another cause can be incorrect parameters on a command.
RecommendedAction: Verify that all NetBackup software is at the same version
level and the command parameters are specified correctly. If neither of these is
the problem, obtain detailed troubleshooting information by creating a bpdbm
debug log directory. Then retry the operation. Check the resulting debug log.

NetBackup status code: 224
Message: there was a conflicting specification
Explanation: Arequest to the bpdbm process (on UNIX and Linux) or the NetBackup
Database Manager service (on Windows) had some information that conflicted.
This error is usually a result of the use of software from different version levels
together.
RecommendedAction: Verify that all NetBackup software is at the same version
level. If that is not the problem, obtain detailed troubleshooting information by
creating bpdbm and admin debug log directories. Then retry the operation. Check
the resulting debug logs.

NetBackup status code: 225
Message: text exceeded allowed length
Explanation: Text in a request exceeds a buffer size. The request was made to
the bpdbm process (on UNIX and Linux) or the NetBackup Database Manager service
(on Windows). This error is usually a result of the use of software from different
version levels.
RecommendedAction: Verify that all NetBackup software is at the same version
level. If that is not the problem, create debug log directories for bpdbm and admin.
Then, retry the operation and examine the resulting debug logs.

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