2.3.8. 'ANS4023E Error processing ...: file input/output error' or 'ANS4046E There is an error processing ... the object is corrupted and unreadable' or 'ANS4047E There is a read error on .... The file is skipped.'
If TSM is having trouble reading certain files, then it could be because they are corrupted. If this is the case then you will see error messages in your
dsmerror.log about certain files being unreadable by TSM. For example, they may take the form:
ANS4023E Error processing '/var/log/test.log': file input/output error.
ANS4046E There is an error processing '/var/log/test.log': the object is corrupted and unreadable.
ANS4047E There is a read error on '/var/log/test.log'. The file is skipped.
- In Windows, in My Computer, right-click on the offending drive (e.g. C:), and select
[Tools]. Then, under 'Error-checking', click on
Check Nowand tick the box marked 'Automatically fix file system errors', then
Yesto the question about running a disk check the next time the computer is restarted. Any file system errors that are easily fixable will then be fixed on the next reboot.
- On a Mac, in Finder, go
[Disk Utility]; then, in the left-hand window, click on the relevant drive and, in the
[First Aid]tab click
Verify Diskor, if appropriate,
- In Linux or Solaris, use the command
fsckto check your disk - please refer to your system documentation for the appropriate procedure.