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it seems like you are right about the APAR ic69141.
Yea, I tried a couple of sql command and every one stall when polling the event table. I've been successful with any other table until now. I was also successful running select on the event table a...
04-15-2011, 09:58 AM
help ANR0480W will give you more details about that warning.
see http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v1r1/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.itsmm.doc%2Fanrcmsg315.htm for the same output...
I can't query the events table at all while using sql commands.
select * from eventsWhen I run that sql command above, it just stall (command runs, but there is no output). I let...
start dsmadmc using the option "-noconfirm".
> dsmadmc -noconfirm
Did you changed anything for it to fail? Are all client failing?
If so, you may want to check the size of the server log file, and dbspace. Schedule will fail if they are full.
06-14-2010, 07:57 AM
06-10-2010, 03:40 PM
I believe what you are looking for would be a sql command, since there is no tsm command to compare start/end time.
Thanks, I'll try those suggestions, and let you know.
06-10-2010, 11:18 AM
Is there a way to limit a user to some specific directory in the webGUI?
My setup :
User owns 1/more physical machine
Their home directory are stored on a NFS share
NFS also contains other...
TSM doesn't care on what the data are being backed up on. That's the good point about TSM. It just keeps a DB of metadata, and stocks data somewhere you told him to.
I am unsure on what features...
Here is what I would like to know how to do :
create offsite volumes to bring offsite once a month.
I already have 3 stg pools which are :
stgpoolname | devclass | purpose
I have defined a server, and used that server in my paths to library and drives.
Since I only have one TSM server, I can directly use the hostname when defining paths to library and drives,...
I shouldn't be using server1 as the server name, but the actual hostname of the server.
thanks for the help.
I've used the lastest firmware for both the library and the drives, which didn't changed anything.
Lib: D.90/3.00e (13 Apr 2010)
Drive: W51W (01 Feb 2010)
The update removed the serial and elem from the Q drive f=d command.
Did the "audit libr SL24" cmd but it did nothing. The actlog says it started and finished (at the exact same time) successfully....
05-13-2010, 03:41 PM
It might be it. I definitively don't have any console directory under my server instance directory (/instance/server1/.../).
It would be nice of you to post it here. I've been searching for this...
sorry for that format, I don't have direct access to the server. I'll type the info which have data in them. Consider the rest as blank.
q libr f=d
05-13-2010, 01:00 PM
thx for replying so fast.
where can I get that tsmdlst command? I don't have that installed on my server at the moment.
Only command I can find that is similar to this is mtinfo, which list...
05-13-2010, 12:02 PM
Can anyone explain me how to find the mtx:y:z:n part in the "define path device=mtx:y:z:n" command?
x: SCSI ID
I am running RHEL5, and the only details I found...
I just installed and configured a new TSM6.1 server using RHEL5 and a SL24 scsi library.
The installation and configuration of TSM went smooth. Autoconf detects both drives and the library fine....
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