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    Default Storing TSM's backup data in cloud

    Hi All,

    I would like to know whether data backed up by TSM can be stored in the storage space available in cloud.

    Is there a possibility in TSM to re-direct the data backed up to a IP address or URL.

    Thanks in advance..


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    Karthik

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    If by IP address, and the IP address presents itself as a NFS mount AND this is a permanent allocation, then it would be possible through devclass=file.

    JUST make sure that everytime TSM is rebooted, the NFS mount point is available.

    I don't think via URL is possible UNLESS it can be presented as, again, a NFS mount.
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    Moon-Buddy is correct, but the link needs to be good also since you wont have a dedupe function available using the cloud.
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