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    Default CBMR failed with ERROR: BMS0001: General failure

    Dear Genius
    I'm still newbie’s for BMR software. Just for better understanding can anyone clarify with me whether my understanding on CBMR is correct .We are using TSM 5.5.1.1 ver and CBMR client running on 5.1.3 .

    1.CBMR backup up OS only ? or any drive mounted in the server?
    let say if there is C D drive and os on C drive cbmr will backup C only or both drive ?
    2:how to view backup list or history via command line ?

    i run the cbmr manually and getting this error from disrec.Err logs. There server have C and D i dont know why TSM recognized C drive as F drive (ENTRY: F:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\*) and D drive ( ENTRY: G:\CIFINST\NODE0000\CIFDB\T0000008\C0000000.USR) as G drive ?

    [17-08-09 18:05:59]
    Successfully updated the DR Configuration.
    Volume Name: DC1WP0A004SIEM
    Operation Started: Mon Aug 17 18:06:01 2009
    Current Mode: Overwrite
    The drive(s) [C,D] were opened on [17-08-09 18:08:23]
    Return value = 0.
    [17-08-09 18:08:24]
    Dataset Name: C:
    [17-08-09 18:13:17]
    ERROR: FSS0012: File not found
    ENTRY: F:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore\Logs\tmp .edb
    [17-08-09 18:16:02]
    Dataset Name: D:
    [17-08-09 19:44:17]
    ERROR: FSS0005: File Read Error
    ENTRY: G:\CIFINST\NODE0000\CIFDB\T0000008\C0000000.USR
    SYS1450: Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
    [17-08-09 19:44:17]
    ERROR: FSS0026: The file size has decreased during the backup
    ENTRY: G:\CIFINST\NODE0000\CIFDB\T0000008\C0000000.USR
    The drive(s) [C,D] were closed on [17-08-09 20:03:30]
    Return value = 0.
    [17-08-09 20:03:31]
    ERROR: BMS0001: General failure
    [17-08-09 20:03:31]

    This error from sds_tsm.err.log
    EndTxn ANS1017E (RC-50) Session rejected: TCP/IP connection failure

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    Hi,

    There is an article on the Crisite knowledge base regarding the SYS1450 error.

    http://support.cristie.com/cgi-bin/k...&id=13&lang=en

    In addition you appear to have a TSM communication failure(ANS1017E) this is quite often network issues, or the config setting in you dsm config files.

    Regarding you questions as whether CBMR backs up all drives on the system. This is spoecified when your create you backup scripts.

    If you are using CBMR with TSM as you appear to be, the recommendation is to use CBMR to backup the OS and TSM to back up user and application data.

    Hope this helps.

    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by chandru0078 View Post
    There server have C and D i dont know why TSM recognized C drive as F drive (ENTRY: F:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\*) and D drive ( ENTRY: G:\CIFINST\NODE0000\CIFDB\T0000008\C0000000.USR) as G drive ?
    These are because of VSS which uses a sort of pseduo-volume to snapshot drives so that a consistent backup can be taken. They are usually deleted at the end of the backup.

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