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Hi.  We are running TSM version 5.3.3.  We backup our files to disk and have recently been getting the following message for some of the disk volumes:

ANR9999D pvrfil64.c(1885): ThreadId<54> Invalid block header: expected magic (5a4d4e50),
actual magic (0). ANR9999D ThreadId<54> issued message 9999 from:
ANR1146W Move data process terminated for volume E:\SANDATA\00000001.BFS - excessive read
errors encountered.

This happens whenever I try to access the volume (e.g. for move or reclaim commands).

Is there anything that I can do to fix the errors?

Thanks.
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Hi! Have you tried to audit the volume? try aud vol E:\SANDATA\00000001.BFS if it reports any errors you can fix the consistency between the contents of the volume and the tsm database by adding FIX=YES to the aud vol command.
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