Type: Posts; User: Cyclone
Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.
Yeah, I used the Passport Advantage copy to install the licenses and it looks as I would expect.
# lslpp -l all |grep -iE "Tivoli|tsm"
I downloaded the software from IBM's ftp server.
I don't have the DVD of V184.108.40.206, so I...
I have a v220.127.116.11 server running on AIX. I am practicing upgrading TSM v6.3.3 on my DR server. I performed an upgrade and the server has come up and is running well. But looking over...
I have upgraded my TSM v6.2 EE system to AIX 6.1 TL7 FP5. I followed the above instructions and my db backup takes the same amount of time after the upgrade as it did before.
I realize that this is an old thread, but I needed to upgrade my server to TL7 this week. Thanks to this thread I was aware of this issue before I went ahead with the upgrade. I called IBM support...
Follow up. Sure enough, once I set the ownership of the raw LVs, I could add the volumes to the storage pool. I guess that on the source system that the server process is executed by root, so it...
Ok, thanks. I will try this out. Gotta love a DR system to play with.
I guess that this is where my inexperience with raw LVs come in. Do I just chmod tsmuser:tsmgroup /dev/rlv100* for these raw LVs, or is there somewhere else that I set permissions. The only...
Thank for responding Chad. I did create the raw LVs using mklv in the OS. But for some reason I still can not add those LVs to my diskpool. I dropped the sizing off the "define volume" and the...
I guess that I thought that the "def vol" command was going to format the raw lv. I saw some references to a dsmfmt command, but I could not located it on my system. Not in server bin.
Yes, I did check, they are both the same
tsm2:/ #ls -l /dev/rlv*
crw-rw---- 1 root system 45, 1 Jul 30 14:19 /dev/rlv100
crw-rw---- 1 root system 45, 2...
Yes, the source system is using 'raw' logical volumes and has been doing so for well over a year and a half.
I am doing a DR test and I'm restoring my TSM server on new hardware. Everything has been going well but I have reached the section of the DRM where I am recreating my disk pool. My...
Yeah, it sound like just using two schedules is going to solution to my service requirement.
Thank you for responding.
12-07-2011, 02:21 PM
select node_name from nodes where node_name NOT IN (select node_name from associations)
I love that command.
Found it in the thread mentioned above. :D
I would like to define a schedule to run a command twice a day. Specifically at 10:00 & again at 19:00. I found that I can do this by define two schedules, but if there is a way to do...
I'm in the same boat. I have some very large VM that sometimes don't start succesfully until their 4th attempt. I schedule them, but too often the fail and then I have to wait until the next day's...
2I know that I'm someone who struggles with doubt when I RTFM, so I always like to see examples of how someone successfully has implemented a solution. This held true when I tried to find a way to...
In all honesty, the answers are relative to each system. There are small TSM systems, and there are large TSM systems. So the time it takes is relative.
But this is why you test. To answer...
01-24-2011, 04:49 PM
I have a incremental schedule set up for many workstations and servers. I have found that my desktop and several others are backing up their windows/system32/*.exe dll and other binary type of...
Excellent. Thank you for the response. Will this also work for TDP for MS SQL nodes?
We just did a serious revamp on a server and for sensitive reasons, and we want all of the data that is no longer on the server, purged from TSM.
My first thought is that I can just rename the...
12-14-2010, 11:01 AM
The commands did reveal which systems are the "heavy" burdens. I still don't know how much db pages are occupied by each node, but at least I have an idea on where to take aim.
Thanks again for...
12-07-2010, 02:10 PM
Follow up. I had a DB bufferpool problem that I have correct. They system is now much speeder and this sql command is now working.
12-03-2010, 09:50 AM
For some reason my commands have failed due to a problem with the "occupancy" table.
tsm: TSM1>select node_name,sum(num_files) as Total_file_sum from occupancy group by node_name order by 2 desc...
12-01-2010, 04:34 PM
Well, that is quite a select statement. I'm running it now (its been running for about 30 mins, but it did warn me ;) ) I will have to reply once I get some output.
12-01-2010, 03:07 PM
I've added about 30 nodes, but most have been PC workstations and the others have been servers. One that I particularly suspect is TSM-like cloud backup server. It creates about 3 million plus file...
12-01-2010, 01:22 PM
I have a TSM system that I inherited back in May. I have upgraded it to 5.5 and put many new nodes into the backup rotation to this server. Since then I have watched the db grow from only 47% full...
07-28-2010, 08:52 AM
Thank you for the reply. I do have access to the node passwords, so I setup my dsm.opt with the other nodename as you suggested and it worked. I am still at a loss as to why I could not...
07-27-2010, 06:26 PM
I want to restore a file from another node's backup to my PC using the BA GUI.
This should be simple, but I appear to be unable to do this. I am a newbie TSM admin. I inherited a neglected...
Can that TSM v6 client run to a v5.5.4 TSM server and still perform the VMWare backups?
Results 1 to 31 of 31