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    In any environment you need to license per...

    In any environment you need to license per PHYSICAL CPU cores. With the ESX environment you have an additional option, making use of the sub-capacity, if you choose. It simply allows one to license a...
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    Actually it is as simple as Harry mentioned. If,...

    Actually it is as simple as Harry mentioned.
    If, however, you do not use every CPU on the box for VMs TSM is backing up, then you can opt to use the sub-capacity nightmare to license you VMs.
  3. I have not tried it therefore I cannot confirm...

    I have not tried it therefore I cannot confirm it. It should work if Server B has been given right to Server A.

    Give it a shot and test it out to confirm it.
  4. FYI, if that second option file uses the same...

    FYI, if that second option file uses the same nodename then, and this may not be relevant, expire those files and not retain those files as long as you are expecting.

    If you are using a different...
  5. In the server you want to restore to: *Assumes...

    In the server you want to restore to:
    *Assumes they are the same OS*
    Edit the the dsm.opt/sys file
    Enter a new line with 'nodename <original servername>'
    Open a gui/clui and restore
    Edit the...
  6. Thread: Move data pool

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    Easily done with the following steps: Read...

    Easily done with the following steps:


    Read the manual (which manual, it's hard to say, as you did not list any TSM server version but pick the manual or redbook for your version)
    Pay...
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    I have yet to fully automate this in a script but...

    I have yet to fully automate this in a script but for testing purposes I used the command line 'sysinternals psexec' to remote a PC.

    Setup: A PC I will remote to had TSM installed but did not have...
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    Yes this did the trick for me. I had no idea it...

    Yes this did the trick for me. I had no idea it would be so simple! Thank you.
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    bump. Really I don't think this is out of the...

    bump.

    Really I don't think this is out of the question. Does this mean that no one has a method for an automated initial log in?
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    It's interesting really. I thought originally...

    It's interesting really. I thought originally that the dsmcutil command would have set the password. It does not.

    Just to mention, before hand I setup the new node on the TSM server with a...
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    password tiv0li

    password

    tiv0li
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    [SOLVED] Initial Login - Automate

    I know this has been asked a few times but I have yet to find a post that has given a solid answer.

    IDEAL: I want to know what method(s) are out there, specificially for a TSM Windows Client...
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    I do not know if it is possible to do this within...

    I do not know if it is possible to do this within TSM. A quick search on adsm.org brought up this thread, which was done from an OS script....
  14. Thread: q drmedia

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    Are the DBB still physically in the library? If...

    Are the DBB still physically in the library? If so, something is not right. If No, then they should not be mountable.

    Please list the command you use to offsite the DR Media.
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    My guess is you are not excluding the folders...

    My guess is you are not excluding the folders from backup under /home/oradev, hence why they are included. See if the below lines gets you closer to what you want...


    EXCLUDE.DIR "/[a-g,i-z]*"...
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    Ok, I am out of ideas of anything legitimate that...

    Ok, I am out of ideas of anything legitimate that would keep that data in there.
    I do not know of other impact deleting the volumes will have.
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    No error messages means you don't need a TSM DB...

    No error messages means you don't need a TSM DB audit.
    Sure there are ways to look at the contents of the disk01 volume BUT if you know they are not critical then why go through the effort to find...
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    Are they local or remote? I would try a manual...

    Are they local or remote?
    I would try a manual backup to see if it hangs on a specific file?
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    Any (error) messages in the activity log...

    Any (error) messages in the activity log concerning these files/volumes?
    Have you determined what files are not migrating? Which node holds the source file(s)? Are they business critical?
    Are they...
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    Double check the current paths and might need to...

    Double check the current paths and might need to reinstall the drivers. I have had this issue before on windows and 5.5.x
  21. Thread: Noob needs help

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    If you question is why no tapes in the bulk, I...

    If you question is why no tapes in the bulk, I suppose it could be a few things:


    No tapes to go offsite (this would concern me as a TSM DB backup should, depending on your requirements, go...
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    For TSM 5.5 it was recomended to store backups...

    For TSM 5.5 it was recomended to store backups of:
    DEVCNFG.OUT, VOLHIST.OUT, DSMSERV.OPT & DSMSERV.DSK; Also, a 'q sys' saved to a file and stored offsite is helpful.

    Not sure if more or less to...
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    Any dsmadmc should do just fine, as long as you...

    Any dsmadmc should do just fine, as long as you are connecting to the correct TSM server.
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    You can start them back up or you can wait until...

    You can start them back up or you can wait until their schedules next run. Depends on your business requirements or your choice.
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    Depends, there are two types of audits you can do...

    Depends, there are two types of audits you can do when you audit the library.
    h audit library shows the details but basically you want to start off with
    audit libr checkl=barcode this audit...
  26. Last time I talked to IBM on that subject they...

    Last time I talked to IBM on that subject they stated it was possible to corrupt data. It has been a couple of years since I had that conversation but I have stayed in the same family of OS's from...
  27. You can use another machine with the same OS as...

    You can use another machine with the same OS as DALET_PROD and use in the dsm.opt/sys file


    nodename dalet_prod


    Retrieve the file you need and then delete the nodename reference.
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    Activity = Any Process or Any Sessions To show...

    Activity = Any Process or Any Sessions
    To show any processes or sessions


    q pr
    q se
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    Have you contacted IBM? If not, might be time.

    Have you contacted IBM? If not, might be time.
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    Perhaps this thread could be of assistance?...

    Perhaps this thread could be of assistance?
    http://adsm.org/forum/showthread.php?21395-search-for-an-archived-file

    Granted they are talking of an archive file but the principle is the same.
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    If you run the queries all at the same time, and...

    If you run the queries all at the same time, and you do them the same way every time, you could put them into a TSM script.

    help define script

    Not sure if that is what you are after:confused:
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    Looking good! Only gotcha is the days, you...

    Looking good!

    Only gotcha is the days, you are not considering leap year; so you will need to add one day for every four years (add one day for the first year, skip three years and then add a...
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    Are the files in use? Did you restart dsmcad...

    Are the files in use?
    Did you restart dsmcad after excluding the files?
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    Query OCCupancy node_nameIs that what you are...

    Query OCCupancy node_nameIs that what you are looking for?
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    Both are correct. 'Vault retrieve' means it is...

    Both are correct.

    'Vault retrieve' means it is ready to come back from the vault.
    'Vault' means it is at the vault.

    Send a note to your vault vendor to send the tapes back and when the tapes...
  36. Thread: Remote Sites

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    I find for my remote sites bandwidth vs. the...

    I find for my remote sites bandwidth vs. the delta change in the amount of data backed up.

    My remote sites, sales offices, for normal files (.doc, .xls, .ppt, etc) TSM does just fine due to the...
  37. Data will expire off the old tapes in one of two...

    Data will expire off the old tapes in one of two ways: the data is old and hits the retention limit or the data is moved (via reclamation or similar process) to a different tape.

    Either way your...
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    One thought, look at creating a select statement...

    One thought, look at creating a select statement to view the BACKUP_END of the filespaces table.

    Check out your options with a specific node name:
    select * from filespaces where node_name='<NODE...
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    The TSM DB grows with the Number of objects...

    The TSM DB grows with the Number of objects backed up, not the Size of the objects backed up. I would check into the following:


    Have a lot of new files been created?
    Have directories (with a...
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    Of course, you are correct.

    Of course, you are correct.
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    Play it safe, don't rename, create a new node. ...

    Play it safe, don't rename, create a new node.

    Granted, if you renamed, the filespace name should be different (i.e. \\oscar1\c$ and \\oscar2\c$) but the data on oscar1 could be expired before...
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    So true... very true!

    So true... very true!
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    Inactive file = means something changed from the...

    Inactive file = means something changed from the active version.


    The file was deleted - the file will be inactive until the retention settings duration deletes it out of TSM.

    (VERE RETE...
  44. Thread: exclude file?

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    I exclude the entire TSM directory, so I use...

    I exclude the entire TSM directory, so I use 'exclude.dir' in the dsm.opt or dsm.sys. If you do a lot of customize dsm.opt/sys files then you may wish to back those up.

    Windows -
    exclude.dir...
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    And this is why I love adsm.org... thanks for the...

    And this is why I love adsm.org... thanks for the 'new to me' command. Using 'macro' <full path & file name> worked in my test.
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