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Message Posted: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 @ 16:40:58 GMT
Teradata spreads the Rows of a table across each amp so ideally 1/nth of the rows reside on each amp. If you have a AMP that isn't working properly because the disk is corrupted or inacessible, you can't access 1/nth of the rows (unless you created your table FALLBACK). therefore we can't allow you to access the table becuase you might get invalid results from your queries.
If you are running the Teradata Demo Software, Simply UNINSTALL the teradata Database portion of the DEMO and reinstall it.
If you are running a REAL copy of Teradata contact the Teradata GSC and they will work with you to bring the system back up to full capacity and recover the data ( even if that includes you needing to reload it from scratch ).
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