view needs reformat mvfs: ERROR: VIEW = view-tag VOB = vob-tag - ClearCase view error A view usually only needs a reformat if the version of CC has been upgraded. If you haven't done so already, do the checkvob on the PVOB containing the problematic stream: ct checkvob -ucm -fix -verbose vob:\
Unable to unmount: Resource device (Device busy) umount: vob-tag busy The first error occurs on Windows and second on UNIX, but both have the same cause. Browse other questions tagged clearcase or ask your own question. sh: bugval: not found CC 3.2, DDTS 4.1, Solaris 2.6 This error shows up when attempting a checkin/out in a VOB integrated with DDTS. cleartool: Error: Source "from" and destination "to" are in different versioned object bases.
This verifies their username and password. 2) Run "nfs register unix-username" so that NFS Maestro has the permission/ability to mount the server's exported drives on the user's behalf. If the view is local to Windows, there is no way to delete the view-private file from the VOB directory. This error showed up when attempting to start a previously working local view on Windows. To rename an element, use the CC equivalent: # ct mv oldname newname Back to the INDEX.
Back to the INDEX. A good check for this is to access the server's drive via Windows Explorer "map network drive" (independent of CC). 2) The VOB has group permissions other than your PRIMARY_CLEARCASE_GROUP. The natural way of selecting a view by ClearCase is: an active dynamic view attached to the stream of the activity a current working directory view (pwv) or started dynamic view Use the -co, -do and/or -other options to isolate those cases to be handled specially.
In ClearQuest Eclipse, the message only appears if you click the View Change Set button on the UCM tab. Note: Put a trailing backslash after the source directory, MySourceCode\, Now, you only copy the contents of the source directory without creating a directory MySourceCode in the target location. cleartool: Error: Source "from" and destination "to" are in different versioned object bases. Back to the INDEX.
That is, setuid "-r-sr-xr-x". It error'd out when it tried to fix the broken hlink. Symptom Trying to set to an activity results in the following error: M:\testproj_int_del>cleartool setact UCMAC00000050 cleartool: Error: View tag "testproj_int_del": ClearCase object not found cleartool: Error: Cannot get view info for WARNING: Ignoring this error message will cause your Windows GUI to look like it's working.
Usage: rm_stream_cspec [-update -force] -recurse ucm_stream_selector... If TMP is set to "/tmp", there is no slash between the environment variable and the filename. This message only occurs if trying to remove the view-private file via Windows. Back to the INDEX.
The error message should not get reported during the cleartool mount execution. This error shows up when attempting a "ct relocate". In this case the view-storage of the view owning the original DO was unavailable. The change set information for element versions exist solely in the VOB, and ClearCase is unable to resolve this information when not set into a view.
i tried removing the baseline, same error. Resolving the problem This issue can be resolved by either of the following: If the view still exists, the view storage database needs to be made available. view_server.exe (PID): Error: Can't determine if the file system on which "." lives supports acls.
This is true for the linked elements case as well. OK then, did you run "checkvob" against the problematic activity? This is the accepted answer. These happen when trying to unmount a VOB that is currently being used.
This is rather odd. You should be able to see this in the stream's properties window (Configuration tab -> Foundation baselines). For those, simply run "ct update element" and all should be back to normal. SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 2007-10-19T03:27:22Z i ran checkvob on all, i.e main admin vob, pvob and also on component vob to be sure.
oid:73bf4d2f.3ff941e4.b13e.99:8a:b3:44:62:[email protected]:2fcc7203.336e11dc.8c1a.00:1b:78:03:b1:40 The stream in which you had problems, the project or the baseline from the "Not a vob object:"-output? String attribute values must be enclosed in quotes inside CC. Do not have any windows that are in the MVFS drive (usually M:), even if they aren't actually inside the view whose tag is being removed. This is a generic error message though, and implies that a proper connection to the vob storage area could not be made.
share|improve this answer edited Mar 13 '12 at 21:00 answered Mar 13 '12 at 20:37 VonC 628k19018051895 To know what vobtag you can use, type cleartool catcs to see However, a view can occasionally, inexplicably need reformatting after a system crash or similar mishap.