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    Hi All,
    I have a user who is using the TDP for Oracle and we want to point the backups to a new server. He is getting a password error. Below are the files. Do they look correct? Do I need to reset the password and have him regenerate it, if so how does he regenerate it?
    Files:
    DSM.OPT file
    **********
    * Client User Options File for TDP for Oracle on host dtltest
    **********
    SERVERNAME tsma
    *traceflag config
    *tracefile /u01/app/oracle/log/tdporacletrace


    TDPO.OPT file
    ************************************************** *************************
    * This a options file for TDP for Oracle
    ************************************************** *************************

    DSMI_ORC_CONFIG /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/dsm.opt
    DSMI_LOG /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/
    TDPO_NODE dtldbtdp

    * TDPO_FS <user_define>
    * TDPO_OWNER <username>
    TDPO_PSWDPATH /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64
    * TDPO_AVG_SIZE 50
    * TDPO_NUM_BUFFERS 5

    * TDPO_MGMT_CLASS_2 <class_name>
    * TDPO_MGMT_CLASS_3 <class_name>
    * TDPO_MGMT_CLASS_4 <class_name>

    *tdpo_trace_flags orclevel0 orclevel1 orclevel2
    *tdpo_trace_file /home/oracle/rman-tdp/tdpo.out

    DSM.SYS file
    ************************************************** **********************
    * Tivoli Storage Manager *
    * *
    * Sample Client System Options file for AIX and SunOS (dsm.sys.smp) *
    ************************************************** **********************

    * This file contains the minimum options required to get started
    * using TSM. Copy dsm.sys.smp to dsm.sys. In the dsm.sys file,
    * enter the appropriate values for each option listed below and
    * remove the leading asterisk (*) for each one.

    * If your client node communicates with multiple TSM servers, be
    * sure to add a stanza, beginning with the SERVERNAME option, for
    * each additional server.

    ************************************************** **********************

    Servername tsma
    COMMmethod TCPip
    TCPPort 1500
    TCPServeraddress 10.1.32.209
    PASSWORDAccess prompt
    *nodename dtldbtdp
    errorlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/dsmerror.log
    errorlogretention 14
    schedlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/dsmsched.log
    schedlogretention 14

    exclude /.../u*/.../*
    exclude /.../ref*/.../*
    exclude /.../t0*/.../*
    exclude /.../dtest/.../*
    exclude /.../orcltmp/.../*

    The node name for the tdp client is dtldbtdp
    The node primary node is dtldbtdp

    Node dtldptdp files
    DSM.OPT
    ************************************************** **********************
    * Tivoli Storage Manager *
    * *
    * Sample Client User Options file for AIX and SunOS (dsm.opt.smp) *
    ************************************************** **********************

    * This file contains an option you can use to specify the TSM
    * server to contact if more than one is defined in your client
    * system options file (dsm.sys). Copy dsm.opt.smp to dsm.opt.
    * If you enter a server name for the option below, remove the
    * leading asterisk (*).

    ************************************************** **********************

    SErvername tsma
    *Servername dtldbtdp


    DSM.SYS file
    ************************************************** **********************
    * Tivoli Storage Manager *
    * *
    * Sample Client System Options file for AIX and SunOS (dsm.sys.smp) *
    ************************************************** **********************

    * This file contains the minimum options required to get started
    * using TSM. Copy dsm.sys.smp to dsm.sys. In the dsm.sys file,
    * enter the appropriate values for each option listed below and
    * remove the leading asterisk (*) for each one.

    * If your client node communicates with multiple TSM servers, be
    * sure to add a stanza, beginning with the SERVERNAME option, for
    * each additional server.

    ************************************************** **********************

    Servername tsma
    COMMmethod TCPip
    TCPPort 1500
    TCPServeraddress 10.1.32.209
    PASSWORDAccess generate
    nodename newdtldb
    errorlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/dsmerror.log
    errorlogretention 14
    schedlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/dsmsched.log
    schedlogretention 14

    exclude /.../u*/.../*
    exclude /.../ref*/.../*
    exclude /.../t0*/.../*
    exclude /.../dtest/.../*
    exclude /.../orcltmp/.../*

    The old TSM server was named TSM and the new server is called TSMA with an IP address of 10.1.32.209

    Thanks for any insight or assistance.
    B.

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    Hi,

    1) Have you put the the Stanza files in the "/api/bin64" as well?
    2) Try this two command for verify the TDP for Oracle configuration
    tdpoconf show environment
    tdpoconf password

    Hope this help

    Quote Originally Posted by wsimps01 View Post
    Hi All,
    I have a user who is using the TDP for Oracle and we want to point the backups to a new server. He is getting a password error. Below are the files. Do they look correct? Do I need to reset the password and have him regenerate it, if so how does he regenerate it?
    Files:
    DSM.OPT file
    **********
    * Client User Options File for TDP for Oracle on host dtltest
    **********
    SERVERNAME tsma
    *traceflag config
    *tracefile /u01/app/oracle/log/tdporacletrace


    TDPO.OPT file
    ************************************************** *************************
    * This a options file for TDP for Oracle
    ************************************************** *************************

    DSMI_ORC_CONFIG /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/dsm.opt
    DSMI_LOG /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/
    TDPO_NODE dtldbtdp

    * TDPO_FS <user_define>
    * TDPO_OWNER <username>
    TDPO_PSWDPATH /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64
    * TDPO_AVG_SIZE 50
    * TDPO_NUM_BUFFERS 5

    * TDPO_MGMT_CLASS_2 <class_name>
    * TDPO_MGMT_CLASS_3 <class_name>
    * TDPO_MGMT_CLASS_4 <class_name>

    *tdpo_trace_flags orclevel0 orclevel1 orclevel2
    *tdpo_trace_file /home/oracle/rman-tdp/tdpo.out

    DSM.SYS file
    ************************************************** **********************
    * Tivoli Storage Manager *
    * *
    * Sample Client System Options file for AIX and SunOS (dsm.sys.smp) *
    ************************************************** **********************

    * This file contains the minimum options required to get started
    * using TSM. Copy dsm.sys.smp to dsm.sys. In the dsm.sys file,
    * enter the appropriate values for each option listed below and
    * remove the leading asterisk (*) for each one.

    * If your client node communicates with multiple TSM servers, be
    * sure to add a stanza, beginning with the SERVERNAME option, for
    * each additional server.

    ************************************************** **********************

    Servername tsma
    COMMmethod TCPip
    TCPPort 1500
    TCPServeraddress 10.1.32.209
    PASSWORDAccess prompt
    *nodename dtldbtdp
    errorlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/dsmerror.log
    errorlogretention 14
    schedlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/oracle/bin64/dsmsched.log
    schedlogretention 14

    exclude /.../u*/.../*
    exclude /.../ref*/.../*
    exclude /.../t0*/.../*
    exclude /.../dtest/.../*
    exclude /.../orcltmp/.../*

    The node name for the tdp client is dtldbtdp
    The node primary node is dtldbtdp

    Node dtldptdp files
    DSM.OPT
    ************************************************** **********************
    * Tivoli Storage Manager *
    * *
    * Sample Client User Options file for AIX and SunOS (dsm.opt.smp) *
    ************************************************** **********************

    * This file contains an option you can use to specify the TSM
    * server to contact if more than one is defined in your client
    * system options file (dsm.sys). Copy dsm.opt.smp to dsm.opt.
    * If you enter a server name for the option below, remove the
    * leading asterisk (*).

    ************************************************** **********************

    SErvername tsma
    *Servername dtldbtdp


    DSM.SYS file
    ************************************************** **********************
    * Tivoli Storage Manager *
    * *
    * Sample Client System Options file for AIX and SunOS (dsm.sys.smp) *
    ************************************************** **********************

    * This file contains the minimum options required to get started
    * using TSM. Copy dsm.sys.smp to dsm.sys. In the dsm.sys file,
    * enter the appropriate values for each option listed below and
    * remove the leading asterisk (*) for each one.

    * If your client node communicates with multiple TSM servers, be
    * sure to add a stanza, beginning with the SERVERNAME option, for
    * each additional server.

    ************************************************** **********************

    Servername tsma
    COMMmethod TCPip
    TCPPort 1500
    TCPServeraddress 10.1.32.209
    PASSWORDAccess generate
    nodename newdtldb
    errorlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/dsmerror.log
    errorlogretention 14
    schedlogname /usr/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/dsmsched.log
    schedlogretention 14

    exclude /.../u*/.../*
    exclude /.../ref*/.../*
    exclude /.../t0*/.../*
    exclude /.../dtest/.../*
    exclude /.../orcltmp/.../*

    The old TSM server was named TSM and the new server is called TSMA with an IP address of 10.1.32.209

    Thanks for any insight or assistance.
    B.

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