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ARCSERVE 6.X and Btrieve errors

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A little background.
Servers running over a lan/wan netware 3/4..
on netware 4.. I have an admin account that has god rights to all contexts.

1. I cant see any of the jobs. (I am assuming this is because I am not a super user in the user profiles in arcserve..)

The problem is that when trying to add a superuser profile in arcserve 6.1 or 6.6 I am getting error message "Btrieve error 200, accessing file asprofil.db attempting to update record"

Also even when I am logged in as admin on the fileserver I am now getting the same error message.

Any ideas!
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by:ECollin
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hi,

are you sure about the error number ?
Isn't is 20 instead of 200 ?
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by:pwoolford
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Possibly a corrupt database.  Check this out http://support.cai.com/techbases/as61/10125.html
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marcus_williamson earned 200 total points
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Sounds like you need to increase the Btrieve parameters.

See my AppNote for info on doing this.


http://developer.novell.com/research/appnotes/1999/a9902.htm

regards
Marcus


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