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|Source: Backup Exec Catalog|
Catalog index file was corrupt and could not be repaired. Corrupt catalog file has been saved as CorruptBetopcat.idx. A new catalog index will be created. This process may take several minutes or longer for large catalog sets.
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As per Veritas: "When a Backup Exec server is restarted or if Backup Exec services are stopped and then restarted, it performs a self-verification of the catalogs index file in Backup Exec 8.6 or later. If Backup Exec discovers a corrupt catalog index file, it will recreate a new index file named betopcat.idx, and rename the old one to CorruptBetopcat.idx to resolve the issue". See "Veritas Support Document ID: 237243" for more details.
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|Links: Veritas Support Document ID: 237243|
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