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  1. So, the "secret" to 2010 Exchange clusters is to...

    So, the "secret" to 2010 Exchange clusters is to run scheduled backups on both sides of the cluster, but you'd only pick up the passive databases on whichever side of the cluster is not active. The...
  2. I think, perhaps, I found the answer here: ...

    I think, perhaps, I found the answer here:

    http://www.backupcentral.com/phpBB2/two-way-mirrors-of-external-mailing-lists-3/ibm-tsm-13/dag-node-for-exchange-backup-122705/
  3. Exchange 2010 Clustered Install - How to manage DAG TSM CAD

    Hello all,

    I have a 2010 Exchange clustered environment I'm about to configure. Both the TDP and baclient are at version 6.4.*. The TSM server is at version 6.3. This is an active/passive...
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    Thanks. Yeah, I figured it was a flat file kind...

    Thanks. Yeah, I figured it was a flat file kind of backup.
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    Backing up MQ/MQ Broker

    Hi all,

    Is there a TSM backup solution related to MQ Broker? I've never heard of one before, but I'm being asked to integrate with TSM backups.

    Sincere thanks,
    C.J.
  6. Where do you find that log?

    Where do you find that log?
  7. Good advice, thanks!

    Good advice, thanks!
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    Thanks, Sniper. I agree with everything you...

    Thanks, Sniper. I agree with everything you said. I'm just wondering how TSM will decide which nodes to process first if no node name or nodegroup is given? I'm sure I'm not giving the process...
  9. It would seem that the replies to this are saying...

    It would seem that the replies to this are saying the opposite thing. The 2nd link is indeed the procedure to follow if the log directory fills up. That's not the situation I am in. I guess there...
  10. ANR8944E - Error Number=5, ASC=EE, ASCQ=0f

    Hello All,

    I wished there was a good place out there to get real descriptions on all the various codes you can get with ANR8944E messages! I have noticed that every once in a while, I'll see a...
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    How does expiration really work?

    Hello all,

    Can anyone tell me how expiration woks when you're running it from a daily administrative schedule, and you're letting expiration pick/choose which nodes to work on? For example, I...
  12. Move active/archive logs on a TSM 6.2 server

    Hello all,

    I have a 6.2 server which, when built, had the active and archive logs put on the same filesystem as the database. The filesystem for those logs is available, and empty. I just need...
  13. Persistent naming is on at an OS level, yes. ...

    Persistent naming is on at an OS level, yes. I'll try the redefining operations and report back.
  14. A "q san" shows a couple of missing drives and a...

    A "q san" shows a couple of missing drives and a missing tape library device. Would seem to be an issue with a san switch port.
  15. The activity log also shows a SCSI problem: ...

    The activity log also shows a SCSI problem:

    09/13/2013 13:03:38 ANR8840E Unable to open device /dev/IBMchanger0 with file handle 2 and PVRRC 153. (SESSION: 3, PROCESS: 5)
    09/13/2013 13:03:38 ...
  16. Afer a reboot and putting the paths back online,...

    Afer a reboot and putting the paths back online, the error changed slightly:

    09/13/2013 13:03:38 ANR8840E Unable to open device /dev/IBMchanger0 with file handle 2 and PVRRC 153. (SESSION: 3,...
  17. Two of the messages I'm finding in my...

    Two of the messages I'm finding in my /var/log/messages file:

    001-TSM SEV: 4 APTYP: 0 EVTTYP: 3 EVENT: ANR8840E Unable to open device /dev/IBMchanger0 with file handle 5 and PVRRC 153.~(SESSION:...
  18. ANR8840E Unable to open device /dev/IBMchanger0 with file handle 5 and PVRRC 153.

    Hi all,

    Has anyone bumped into this issue before?

    ANR8840E Unable to open device /dev/IBMchanger0 with file handle 5 and PVRRC 153.

    This is a TSM 6.2 server running on RHEL. This path to...
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    Default Wintel Exclude List

    Hi all,

    What's a good default Wintel exclude list for Win 2k* clients?

    Thanks!
    C.J.
  20. Configure the client for Open File Support....

    Configure the client for Open File Support.
    Start the Backup-Archive Client GUI: Start > Programs > Tivoli Storage
    Manager > Backup-Achive GUI.
    Open the setup wizard:
    1) Select the Utilities tab...
  21. Configuring Open File Support (OFS) to Work With Windows VSS

    Hi All,

    I have a client that wants OFS turned on on one of our Win 2008 servers. From what I'm told, this client has VSS turned on already. What do I need to do to turn on this feature with TSM?...
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    Thanks, Harry. In my research, I came to the...

    Thanks, Harry. In my research, I came to the same conclusion. Application consistency cannot be guaranteed. There really is no silver bullet.
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    I spoke to a NetApp guy today on this subject. ...

    I spoke to a NetApp guy today on this subject. He told me that NDMP backups issue a "Consistancy Point" CP which flushes all writes to disk before the snapshot is taken. In that way, the block...
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    You are correct. The customer is using NetApp as...

    You are correct. The customer is using NetApp as a NAS device in the way you described.

    These aren't big shares, and they're not expected to grow very large. The largest share right now is only...
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    Thanks, Harry. I'm still researching what...

    Thanks, Harry.

    I'm still researching what will work best for this client, but I know that they think block level/standard NDMP backups to tape is the direction they want to go. There wouldn't be...
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    NDMP - how does it handle open files?

    Hi all,

    I have a customer whos #1 concern is open file support. I know NDMP backups are snapshots, but is that truly giving us something similar to OFS on the Windows client side? If a file on...
  27. TS3310 - Inbound tapes being assigned to "System"

    Hi all,

    One of my 3310 libraries just started doing something different on me. Since I stood this library up and started using it, inbound tapes from Iron Mountain would get insert into the I/O...
  28. I bumped into this exact same issue with one of...

    I bumped into this exact same issue with one of my 3310's this week. Running the audit fixed the problem. You have to specify "refresh=yes".
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    IBM 3310 library and auto-checkin

    Hi all,

    I have an IBM 3310 library in one of my environments which I seem to have to manually move tapes into every day when we get our daily DRM returns. I haven't found a way to tell this thing...
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    Hi all, Is there a way to have an archive...

    Hi all,

    Is there a way to have an archive schedule run to where it'll pick up all local objects without specifying any object parameters? I really want it to run where it'll pick up everything I...
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    I just thought of another good question ... maybe...

    I just thought of another good question ... maybe this is obvious, but if you're using different .opt files, I'm assuming your running multiple scheduler services for your SQL backups?
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    I'm not sure that's going to work either. ...

    I'm not sure that's going to work either.

    Pointing the .cmd file to a different management class is a nice idea. Does that work in a tdpsqlc backup command, though? The way I'm running that full...
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    Archived SQL backups

    Hi all,

    I have a need to archive some SQL full backups. Normal full/incremental schedules are of action type "cmd". Arhive schedules would need to be of action type "Archive", I'm assuming ......
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    Archived data - standard practices

    Hi all,

    I'm wondering how others in the TSM community here are handling archived data written to tape. I'm going to need to turn on archives (some of them NOLIMIT archives) for a group of...
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    Upon further review, it does look as if all you...

    Upon further review, it does look as if all you need to do to bind an archive schedule to a management class other than the default is to add the "-archmd=***" flag to the options part of the...
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    Archive schedules using -archmc

    Hi All,

    If you're defining an archive schedule for a client and you want to bind it to a specific archive copy group, do you do that an option to the schedule? Perhaps I'd enter it as an option...
  37. Thank you, moon-buddy. Writing a second copy to...

    Thank you, moon-buddy. Writing a second copy to FILE on disk was where I was headed, too.
  38. Database backups - primary and backup copies daily

    Hi All,

    I need to have a duplicate copy of my daily DB backup kept on tape in the library. What's the right way for accomplishing that? I haven't tried taking a second backup, but I'm assuming...
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    Hi Harry, Thanks again for your help on this. ...

    Hi Harry,

    Thanks again for your help on this. Last night was the first time we tested backing up these NAS shares through UNC pathing, and it worked exactly as described. It did take a little...
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    It turns out that in the scenario I described in...

    It turns out that in the scenario I described in this thread, the keys would be shared.
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    I should have also mentioned ... all of the...

    I should have also mentioned ... all of the drives in question are part of the same (LTO) device group.

    Thanks!
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    TKLM Question - Keys assigned per drive

    Hello all,

    I'm new to configuring TKLM and had a question about the configuration of keys. I know you can assign keystores per a group of drives, but the setup I inherited has keystores assigned...
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    Thank you, Harry. I'll get more specifics on...

    Thank you, Harry. I'll get more specifics on these devices on Monday. What I'm most concerned about is two things:
    1) What do restores look like in this scenario? Do you still get file level...
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    I'm also curious what the pros/cons would be to...

    I'm also curious what the pros/cons would be to backing up a NAS device's files this was as opposed to setting up NDMP backups? Maybe that simple comes down to a question of hardware and network...
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    I had one more question related to this...

    I had one more question related to this configuration ... assuming that I'm logged into my management box with an account that has permission to this share. Does that share need to be mapped to my...
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