Teradata SQL Error and Failure Codes from Error 5188 To 5197

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5188 The WCI read was not the one requested.
Explanation: The WCI read did not have the expected internal extent id.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates that the vconfig.out file was incorrectly edited or that the devices referenced in the vconfig.out file
have been incorrectly modified
Remedy: Correct the vconfig.out file and/or the devices assigned to the VPROCS.

5189 The logical position for the WDBD in the WMI is invalid.
Explanation: The logical position for the current WDBD in the WMI is invalid for the current append operation.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5190 WCI First WLSN: %.8X%.8X
Explanation: Identifies the logical data contained in a WCI.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This is a second level error providing additional information.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5191 The WAL cylinder index checksum is invalid.
Explanation: The checksum located in the WCID does not match the data in the WCI.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a Hardware or a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5192 The WAL Data Block block code or version number is invalid.
Explanation: The WAL Data Block block code is invalid or the version number in the header and trailer do not match.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates either a File System software error or a Hardware error has occurred.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5193 The WAL data block checksum is invalid.
Explanation: The checksum located in the WDBD does not match the data in the WDB.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a Hardware or a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5194 The WDBD and WDB log record ranges do not match.
Explanation: The first WLSN in the WDB does not match the WDBD.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates either a File System software error or a Hardware error has occurred.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5195 An invalid WDBD reference array index has been detected.
Explanation: An invalid WDBD reference array index was detected.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates either a File System software error or a Hardware error has occurred.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5196 The requested WDBD was not found.
Explanation: A WDBD for the specified WLSN did not exist. The WDBD positioned to is the WDBD with the largest
WLSN less than the one requested.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

5197 A WDBD that should exist could not be found.
Explanation: A WDBD that should exist could not be found.
Generated By: File System
For Whom: Field Engineer
Notes: This indicates a File System software error.
Remedy: Contact a field engineer.

Above are list of Teradata Errors or Failure Codes from Error 5188 To 5197 received while performing certain operation against Teradata Database or related products.

What are Teradata Database Errors?

In general, each Teradata error message contains the following information:
• The message number.
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the message number. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
• Generated-by text that indicates the software module which initiated the message. This field serves a diagnostic purpose for support and development personnel.
• A remedy which suggests how to resolve the condition.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
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