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I'm not aware but I would snapshot the VM excluding the data volume, then install BA for files in that.
Good info on what you'll need
http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/tsminfo/v6r4/topic/com.ibm.itsm.srv.doc/t_rpt_bkup_db2_win.html <-- here's a good section on this, fairly detailed. I haven't done that myself though, I don't really...
If I'm not mistaken 6.3.3 upgrades db2 as well, so will it work if you're using a backup from 6.3.2 down?
There's this from the fix pack readme:
Reverting to an earlier level after you upgrade...
You have a typo on "perfmontcpserveradress 10.xx.xx.xx" it should be "perfmontcpserveraddress 10.xx.xx.xx"
I don't know about line 10, but over here: ...
06-13-2012, 12:29 PM
When you installed the client, did you go to custom and select the vmware option?
FYI people, IBM has just uploaded a deployment guide for TSMVE. If you're having issues with this, it's a very good resource; it even includes some select statements for reporting on the backups.
I ran into that as well before I had the =!ERROR issue.
If you have an empty field on the DM drop down, make sure the CAD scheduler you installed is using the DM name. So, VCLI looks to the DC...
I'm using the VMFolder option with nested folders. Doesn't matter how far in they are as long as they have a unique name.
You can specify folder3a in this case.
What the vCenter plugin was doing for me was not picking the data mover at the point where I was creating a schedule.
So instead of 'dsmc -asnodename=dm1 backup vm.......' it just did 'dsmc...
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