How to Clear the DBMS_ERROR Alarm Reported After an Upgrade

Constraint:

l This recovery guide is applicable to V200R011C03SPC200, V200R012C00, and

V200R012C01 only.

1 Identifying the Problem

1.1 Querying the Database

Run the :dbms-query:”23310000.dbf”,mdb command. The query result is shown

in the following attachment:《Result.txt》

 

1.2 Checking Whether a Residual SNCP Pointer Exists

As shown in the attachment in 1.1 “Querying the Database”, the 3112103 field is 00 but the

23312301 field is not 00000000, so the SNCP pointer exists.

Records 1, 2, 5, and 6 need to be recovered, as shown as follows:

 

SNCP

SNCP

 

2 Recovering the Database

2.1 Identifying the Recovery Mode

2.1.1 V200R011C03SPC200, V200R012C00, or V200R012C01

If the NE version is V200R011C03SPC200, V200R012C00, or V200R012C01, run the :

alm-get-curdata-ext:0,DBMS_ERROR,0; command to check whether the DBMS_ERROR

alarm is reported.

If the DBMS_ERROR alarm is not reported, perform the steps in 2.2 “Recovery Method When No

DBMS_ERROR Alarm Is Reported”; if the DBMS_ERROR alarm is reported, perform the steps in

2.3 “Recovery Method When the DBMS_ERROR Alarm Is Reported”.

2.1.2 Versions Earlier than V200R011C03SPC200 

If the NE version is earlier than V200R011C03SPC200 and a residual SNCP pointer exists, check

whether the DBMS_ERROR alarm will be reported after the upgrade. If the DBMS_ERROR alarm

is not reported, perform the steps in “Recovery Method When No DBMS_ERROR Alarm Is Reported”

after normally upgrading the NE; if the DBMS_ERROR alarm is reported, the activation of the

processing board will time out, so perform the steps in “Recovery Method When the DBMS_ERROR

Alarm Is Reported”.

The method to check whether the DBMS_ERROR alarm will be reported after the upgrade is as follows:

In the query result, the record of the residual SNCP pointer exists. If the value of the 23312301 field is

displayed twice, the DBMS_ERROR alarm will be reported after the upgrade; if not, the DBMS_ERROR

alarms will not be reported.

The query result in 1.1 “Querying the Database” is used as an example. Confirm that records 5 and 6 are

residual data by referring to 1.2 “Checking Whether a Residual SNCP Pointer Exists”. The value of the

23312301 field is c7240000. In the query result, c7240000 is displayed twice. The DBMS_ERROR alarm

will be reported.

 

 

SNCP

SNCP

2.2 Recovery Method When No DBMS_ERROR Alarm

Is Reported

2.2.1 Running Commands to Recovery the Database

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 poid 23312301 00000000″

Poid indicates the decimal value converted from the hexadecimal value of the 14112301 field in

the residual SNCP pointer records. Values of other fields are fixed (pay attention to the space

between data).

For records 1 and 2, the decimal values for 2469 and 246b in the 14112301 field are 9321 and

9323 respectively.

Run the following two commands:

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 9321 23312301 00000000″

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 9323 23312301 00000000″

Recover all residual records in sequence.

2.2.2 Checking Recovery Results

Run the :dbms-query:”23310000.dbf”,mdb command to confirm that all residual SNCP

pointer records are recovered.

2.2.3 Saving the Database

Run the :dbms-copy-all:drdb,fdb command.

The recovery is complete.

2.3 Recovery Method When the DBMS_ERROR Alarm

Is Reported

2.3.1 Temporarily Allowing External Operations

Run the :sm-set-nebusy:0,0,0,0,none command.

When the DBMS_ERROR alarm is reported, no external operation is allowed on the NE. After

the command is executed, you can perform operations on the NE in five minutes. If the residual

records are not recovered after five minutes, you need to run the command again. Do not

configure the NE during this period.

2.3.2 Running Commands to Recovery the Database

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 poid 23312301 00000000″

Poid indicates the decimal value converted from the hexadecimal value of the 14112301 field in

the residual SNCP pointer records. Values of other fields are fixed (pay attention to the space

between data).

For records 1 and 2, the decimal values for 2469 and 246b in the 14112301 field are 9321 and

9323 respectively.

Run the following two commands:

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 9321 23312301 00000000″

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 9323 23312301 00000000″

Recover all residual records in sequence.

2.3.3 Waiting for Alarm Clearance and Completing Active/Standby

Backup

After completing all recovery operations, wait for about 45 minutes. Run the :

alm-get-curdata-ext:0,DBMS_ERROR,0; command to confirm that the DBMS_ERROR

alarm is cleared. Run the :hbu-get-backup-info command and confirm that the returned

value is 3.

The recovery is complete.

If the returned value is not 3, contact Huawei‘s engineers.

2.4 Upgrade and Recovery Measures for the NE on

Which the DBMS_ERROR Alarm Is Reported After

an Upgrade

The upgrade steps are adjusted. The system control board and processing board are loaded

and activated respectively. Upgrade the system control board. After the fault is rectified,

upgrade the processing board.

2.4.1 Upgrading Active and Standby System Control Boards Based

on Simulation Package Loading

When confirming the simulation loading and activation sequence, for the group where the

system control board is not located, select Pause Before Current Group, as shown as follows:

 

SNCP

SNCP

 

After the system control board upgrade is complete, the NE stops the activation of more boards.

2.4.2 Temporarily Allowing External Operations

Run the :sm-set-nebusy:0,0,0,0,none command.

External operations are not allowed on the NE during backup. After the command is executed,

you can perform operations on the NE in about five minutes. If the residual records are not

recovered after five minutes, you need to run the command again. Do not configure the NE

during this period.

2.4.3 Running the Command to Recovery the Database

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 poid 23312301 00000000″

Poid indicates the decimal value converted from the hexadecimal value of the 14112301 field

in the residual SNCP pointer records. Values of other fields are fixed (pay attention to the

space between data).

For records 1 and 2, the decimal values for 2469 and 246b in the 14112301 field are 9321

and 9323 respectively.

Run the following two commands:

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 9321 23312301 00000000″

:cfg-gsp-test:”modifyPO 23310000 9323 23312301 00000000″

Recover all residual records in sequence.

2.4.4 Waiting for Alarm Clearance and Completing Active/Standby

Backup

After about 45 minutes, run the :alm-get-curdata-ext:0,DBMS_ERROR,0; command

to confirm that the DBMS_ERROR alarm is cleared. Run the :hbu-get-backup-info

command and confirm that the returned value is 3.

If the returned value is not 3, contact Huawei’s engineers.

2.4.5 Continuing Tasks and Completing Processing Board Activation

 

SNCP

SNCP

 

The recovery is complete.

 

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