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Cisco Bug: CSCus71718 - SVN Backup failing to restore on 2B2 PCRF

Last Modified

Dec 26, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco Mobility Services Engine

Known Affected Releases

7.0.1.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
when use env_import.sh to import backed up file, it will fail. 

[root@ndc2bpcrf2g-cm-a env]# env_import.sh --svn /var/tmp/env_export_SVN.tgz
!!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!
                                      WARNING 
                  This script will overwrite data in the environment. 
              Please make sure to backup data - use the env_export.sh script -
                            before running this script.
!!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!    !!!!

Extracting data from the archive to /var/tmp/qps_env_backup for processing...

Checking options and matching against the data in the archive...
    --svn : Policy Builder configuration data will be replaced

Is it OK to proceed? Please remember that data will be lost if it has not been properly backed up [y|n]: y
Updating Policy Builder policy configuration...
Updating Policy Builder configuration from /var/tmp/qps_env_backup/svn to http://pcrfclient01/repos-proxy-sync repository...
svn: Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to OPTIONS request for 'http://pcrfclient01/repos-proxy-sync'
[2015-01-27T16:37:04-0700] Caught error in svn_load (/var/qps/bin/support/env/env_functions.sh:672):
[2015-01-27T16:37:04-0700] 
[2015-01-27T16:37:04-0700]     from main (/var/qps/bin/support/env/env_functions.sh:442)

Conditions:
Any env_import.sh  ran from cluster manager.
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