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ANR0212E Unable to read disk definition file dsmserv.dsk

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  1. miloz

    miloz New Member

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    Hi This is my first time installing a TSM server (it is installed for evaluation purposes)



    I get the above error when i try to start my TSM server (./dsmserv) on my Linux installation after I edited dsmserv.opt file



    Can any one help me solving this missing file issue?



    thanks in advance :-o)

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    ANR7800I DSMSERV generated at 10:36:50 on Jun 13 2003.

    ANR7801I Subsystem process ID is 1132.

    ANR0900I Processing options file dsmserv.opt.

    ANR0990I Server restart-recovery in progress.

    ANR0212E Unable to read disk definition file dsmserv.dsk.



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  3. dsummers2

    dsummers2 New Member

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    First question - does dsmserv.dsk exist in the server directory (defaults to /opt/tivoli/tsm/server/bin)? If so, try using the original default dsmserv.opt and see if it comes up. If not, create one that points to where your database and recovery log files are (defaults same as above).



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