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    Hi

    We had a hard disk failure which contains the mirror of the log volumes
    The disk was replaced, the logical drive re enabled and the disk initialized in windows
    However when I try to var online the log vols the following error occurs;

    ANR9969E Unable to open volume G:\TSMDATA\SERVER1\LOG01_MIRR.DSM, the most likely reason is that another TSM server is running and has the volume allocated

    I'm guessing I need to halt Tsm and restart before it will view the new drive?
    Do I need to recreate new folders on this drive before trying to vary online? e.g. G:\TSMDATA\SERVER1


    thanks

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    TSM will not see that mirror anymore since it is not there. You have to break the mirror and recreate it within TSM.
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    Thanks for sharing this.






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