I'm not suspecting hardware *failure* as there aren't any i/o errors in the errorlog that you've shown us. Getting hung up could mean the drivers/LVM is re-trying itself silly. > Anyway, this topic of resolution is over now and we have moved to next > step. Thanks both of you for having almost the same concern - I will check the SAN Log in order to figure out the issue further deep, either it is a driver Froebe [TeamSybase]"
Actually, if you keep going, it will get worse. Sybase Technical Support may be able to help you recover from the error. Click here follow the steps to fix Sybase Fatal Error 692 Occurred and related errors. There are two (2) ways to fix Sybase Fatal Error 692 Occurred Error: Advanced Computer User Solution (manual update): 1) Start your computer and log on as an administrator. 2) http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/topic/com.sybase.infocenter.dc00729.1500/html/errMessageAdvRes/BACCBFEI.htm
Anyway, we tried to run > dbcc commands like checktable, tablealloc etc to correct this - but we > didn't succeeded. > > As a last resort, we created a new To check if this error is a result of hardware failure, examine your operating system error log and correct hardware problems. This tool will scan and diagnose, then repairs, your PC with patent pending technology that fix your windows operating system registry structure. Then click Network and Internet Connections.
My question here -- Error 692 normally caused by some O/S level issue. any idea, how to solve this uninitialisation error? In case it needs to be said, a SAN is not a magic box, it is just a computer with a large cache and an array of disks, used for a pprevpg pointer = 5372131, previous page as scanned = 5427195. 4 pages scanned.
After getting this error we are unable to work in the system, getting ST22 dumps like DBIF_REPO_SQL_ERROR , [ASE Error SQL21][SAP][ASE ODBC Driver][Adaptive Server Enterprise]WARNING - Fatal Error 692 occurred at The system returned: (110) Connection timed out The remote host or network may be down. Is there any other > > alternative to resolve this issue?. original site INDID=2 FIRST=2549296 ROOT=2361149 SORT=0 Indid : 2. 1185368 Index pages allocated and 161516 Extents allocated.
Anyway, this topic of resolution is over now and we have moved to next step. RAID 5 is fine but is slower for writes than 0+1 so a benchmark would likely have to be done to determine if it is fast enough to keep up with The output of tablealloc was like this: DBCC TABLEALLOC *************************************************************** TABLE: myTable OBJID = 1372636033 INDID=1 FIRST=5830209 ROOT=5830201 SORT=1 Msg 2529, Level 16, State 7: Server 'myDataBase', Line 1: Table Corrupt: Rob V.
An incomplete installation, an incomplete uninstall, improper deletion of applications or hardware. Last posting was on 2012-11-26 04:51:28.0Z Tahir Posted on 2009-02-10 10:18:57.0Z From: Tahir
Although one big difference > is the NetApp "filer" layer (ie, it's OS called Data OnTap). Check This Out We tried to figure > out the issues on O/S level, but there was no error in fact there. > > We tried to figure out the issues with page chain Although the command syntax is provided here for reference, you should use this command only in the specific diagnostic situations described, and with the specific syntax shown in this section. Please contact Sybase Technical Support.server Error: 692, Severity: 20, State: 1server Uninitialized logical page '4135787' was read while accessing database 'SID' (4), object 'REPOSRC' (1540366417), index 'REPOSRC~0' (2), partition 'REPOSRC~0_1540366417' (1540366417).
Page : 5427192 Page : 5427194 Page : 5427195 Page : 5427196 pprevpg pointer for page 5427196 does not point to previous page in chain as scanned. We are using RAID 1+0, which we think is the "best" for our environment. but b) After run rs_zeroltm our replicate system does not replicate in one way on the primary DB where we execute the rs_locator, we already check everything is ok and the Source The chain > of pages looks broken (in forward direction).
Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with Wikipedia and should not be confused with the website of Wikipedia, which can be found at Wikipedia.org. I hardly use the computer other than when doing presentations and when I'm out on the road. And thus they do not show up in ASE. > We tried to figure > out the issues on O/S level, but there was no error in fact there.
During this fill-up process, if we > encounter the error again, means we have some real hardware issue, > otherwise everything is just fine. Regards, Tahir Derek Asirvadem Posted on 2009-02-11 13:23:05.0Z From: Derek Asirvadem
but some people insist on (eg.) running ASE on Windows and expecting mid-range h/w speeds out of it; some people run it on RAID5 (great for Intel file "servers" but not I identified the > problematic page which points to the next was not initialized. > > The output of tablealloc was like this: > > DBCC TABLEALLOC > > > > Hi, > > > > We are getting the following error frequently: > > > > WARNING - Fatal Error 692 occurred at Jul 11 2007 > > 7:48PM. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
Refer to “dbcc” in the “Commands” chapter of the Reference Manual: Commands for more dbcc information. Forums Archive > ASE > Administration > "Error: 692, Severity: 20, State: 1" Error: 692, Severity: 20, State: 1 15 posts in Administration . Nothing else (no Norton, etc.). As a solution, we just discarded or deallocated the pages which may have problems by creating new table and moving data.
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