The error means:
<EBR,0,3029> BRDl: disk read error
and could be a lot of things. There is a more elaborative log (usually quite
big) called EBRsomething, where something is date and time.It could tell you
more (especially on which datafile the error occurs).
You also neglect to mention platform, version and if you are running site-
or FileNet controlled database.
My first shot would be a protection problem on eiter the datafiles or the
links (if UNIX) in /fnsw/dev/1
Hope this helps,
"Wil Artman" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > schrieb im Newsbeitrag