What could be the reason for this error? Though FCC is started I see the following messages in RAC log.
ERROR 2016-04-27 09:55:18,199 - ClientRequestException: VOLUME_FILE_NOT_FOUND_4 000000000000080752977c12875c084b,00e4529778cf875c0
File Client Cache is not enabled. Please contact your System Administrator.
When I checked in the volume folder, the xml file specified in error message is not available. I created a dummy file with that name and when I try to login next time, I get the same error message with another filename.
this may be related to operational system folder permissions.
You may try to give full access on volume folder and subfolders and check if the same messages appear in log file.
thanks for your replies.
it did not work after modifying folder permissions.
User MSS, please let me know if there there is a way to recover from this ?
What is the history of this environment?
Check that the Transient Volume definition is correct. The TV ID is a computed value so changes to the Site ID, Transient_Volume_RootDir or Transient_Volume_Installation_Location can change the math. To validate it, on the server running server (pool) manager:
Another possibility is that this is a clone and the volumes were copied. If that happened then you'll need to ensure that the account running the FSC service is also the owner of the volumes by:
Note: in the example above my volume is named volume01.
NX 11.0.1.mp01 | SW 2016 | TcUA 11.2.3
Thanks MSS and Randy for your responses.
Though I had to run one snapshot back due to time constraints (I am on a developement server on VM) before I could read your responses, I wanted to know the reason behind this problem, because I have faced this few times in past.
I at least got some direction now and I can follow the tips from Randy next time!