Teradata SQL Error and Failure Codes from Error 8247 To 8256

8247 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8248 Internal error.
Explanation: Indicates an mmu error which has to be logged. The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request
is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem
more quickly.
Generated By: Sanity-check and reformat a restore parcel (hutrfm1). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8249 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8250 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8251 Internal error.
Explanation: Indicates the TOS VProc ID is wrong. The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly
formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more
quickly.
Generated By: Sanity-check and reformat a restore parcel (hutrfm1). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8252 Illegal use or invalid sequence of parcels.
Explanation: Indicates mismatch in identifiers of Parcel Hash function and DBS hash functions. The errors (8241-8257)
are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support
to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Restore data block host utility step (hutrdb). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8253 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8254 Illegal use or invalid sequence of parcels.
Explanation: Indicates that Feild header could be located but there is problem in the phase of restore operation. The
errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values
just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Build phase of tbl restore (hutbld). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8255 Internal error.
Explanation: Indicates that the append monitor has not been allocated. The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed
request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support to isolate the source of
the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Append foreign hashed rows to work table (hutrdbap). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8256 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

Above are list of Teradata Errors or Failure Codes from Error 8247 To 8256 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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