Cleartool Error Unable To Access View
and /ccase/ccbld2/views/... More information might be ... The solution was that, somehow, the executable /usr/bin/rsh was not owned by "root" with a group of "bin". However, it they do a "ct ls", they will see two versions, one view-private and the other in CC but eclipsed. http://tubee.net/cleartool-error/cleartool-error-unable-to-create-view.html
we have a team with admin access, it may take some time before I get to run them. –Jayan May 22 '14 at 6:35 Go to the control panel, At this point it's looking like it's a diffmerge issue and not a clearcase issue. –Khanmots Nov 21 '13 at 17:14 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded cleartool: Error: Trouble protecting versioned object base "vob-tag". This excludes some commands: lsvob, lsview, clearlicense, etc ... https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=422152
In addition, the solutions may not be the only solution, but the one that was used at the time. The user had previously been able to use this VOB and view successfully. brcowan 2000005CYP 763 Posts Re: Not able to set the view on unix. 2012-03-23T14:52:33Z This is the accepted answer. CRVAP0239E Error: CRVSV0078E Error from RPC server: CRVSV0841E 'Permission denied' cleartool: Error: Failed to record hostname "hostname" in storage directory "local-path-to-storage-directory".
java.lang.IllegalStateException: The platform metadata area could not be written: user-home\.Rational\CCRC71\workspace\.metadata. Another approach is to cancel that rebase, and try it again in a dynamic view instead of a snapshot view, in order to avoid any side-effect with a snapshot view not This error occurred on a Windows server that was previously working fine. scrubber/scrubber: Warning: skipping VOB "..." due to earlier errors This error was written in the /var/adm/atria/log/scrubber_log on a Solaris 2.5.1 server running CC 3.2.1.
This error showed up when attempting to start a previously working local view on Windows. cleartool: Error: There are no credentials registered for database db. That is, setuid "-r-sr-xr-x". http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21616739 i didn't get proper message from view log . > tail /var/adm/atria/log/view_log 2012-03-21T07:41:56-04:00 view_server(1666): Ok: Db closed 2012-03-21T07:58:27-04:00 view_server(488): Ok: Db closed 2012-03-21T07:58:27-04:00 view_server(488): Ok: exiting, status = 0 2012-03-21T07:58:27-04:00 view_server(488):
Back to the INDEX. That is, all versions of all elements always point back to the original in the VOB and behavior is much more predictable. Hi, Try UNIX & LINUX ONLY: Recreate the uid and or gid files and set the appropriate setuid bits. A good reference for VOB database troubleshooting can be found at: http://www.abs-consulting.com/ftp/PAPERS/vob_db_sg.pdf Errors cleartool: Error: Not an object in a vob: "filename".
Error: "Unable to connect to server at "http://server/TeamWeb/services/Team"" WSWS3035E: Error: com.ibm.rational.stp.ws.teamservice.VersionHandler.handleFault threw RuntimeException CRVAP0239E Error: CRVSV0078E Error from RPC server: CRVSV0841E 'error detected by ClearCase subsystem Request failed in method UcmStreamProps::fetch_prop http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24393737/clearcase-error-reports Moreover, in dynamic views, checkout of a version you are requesting will not default to the one selected by the view's config_spec as in snapshot views. rcmd: socket: permission denied This error shows up when trying to checkout an element in a newly integrated VOB. Mahinadh 270004JDXA 2012-03-21T12:29:36Z Hi, I tried solution one but it's not working and not able to kill the view . > ct recoverview -synchronize -tag Daily_G4_lin.view cleartool: Error: Unable to open
Operation "view_ws_is_ws_view" failed: view storage directory or control files unavailable. check over here Meaining even if something seems like it would have been obvious to do, please point it out; I may be unaware. Not VOB owner. Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search Accessing a ClearCase VOB's root folder yields "No such file or directory" rootdir; root directory; branch type; rule; RATLC01542388
In the first case, the rmdo command removes the DO configuration record (CR), but leaves the data container alone. cleartool: Error: Unable to raise the VOB family feature level - error detected by ClearCase subsystem Error copying file "albd.z" Access is denied. share|improve this answer edited Jun 24 '14 at 18:41 answered Jun 24 '14 at 18:36 VonC 643k19918571967 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log his comment is here As root: # cd atria-home/etc # ./atria_start stop # ./atria_start start Back to the INDEX.
Did Donald Trump say that "global warming was a hoax invented by the Chinese"? This was not happening on the system in question. This error can show up if a VOB was deleted in a non-ClearCase manner.
cleartool: Error: Unable to lookup job "...": ClearCase object not found.
On Windows, run atria-home/etc/utils/credmap. The only downside to local groups is that they are difficult to administer en masse in the future. If you cannot restore the view storage, you should complete the deletion of the view in ClearCase. Unable to open file "/tmp9999.pmt": permission denied This error message shows up anytime CC tries to write a file to the directory pointed to by the environment variable TMP.
The status of the file returned by the cleartool ls can give you a clue as to what is going on. mv: cannot rename element: Read-only file system. Deleted it again. weblink I prefer redirecting stderr in a file, that I can parse (after executing the command) to detect rare errors, while ignoring all the warning (like label already existing and moved).
element [loaded but missing] cleartool: Error: The feature level of at least one replica is unknown; the VOB family feature level can not be raised. That is, independent of CC the following command should be successful: # rsh $BUGTRACK_PROXY_HOST -l $BUGTRACK_PROXY_USER getpolicy NOTE: I've noticed that even if this command doesn't run correctly from the command-line Back to the INDEX. To see who owns the VOB: # ct describe -long vob-tag To change the permissions, see Change a VOB's permissions.
cleartool: Error: Trouble looking up element "element" in directory "directory". cleartool: Error: /ccase/ccbld2/views/Daily_G10_lin.view isn't a view: No such file or directory It is listing: /ccase/cchgd2/views/... Back to the INDEX. cleartool: Warning: Operation "view_get_fhandle" failed ("element"): not a ClearCase object.
That is, if you checkout a non-selected version from one of the linked elements, you will get the version you expected. As a work-around, you can update each VOB mounted under the view individually. For unknown reasons, the protections on the VOB were not optimal. clearcase share|improve this question asked Jun 24 '14 at 18:26 rafafan2010 1018 You could just redirect stderr output to /dev/null ? –Paul R Jun 24 '14 at 18:29
cleartool: Warning: Operation "view_change_oid" failed ("element"): Read-only file system.