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Discussion in 'Backup / Archive Discussion' started by pferreir, May 5, 2009.

  1. pferreir

    pferreir New Member

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    Hello,
    It could be basic question but ....

    I would like send a QUERY BACKUP command from a script for a remote TSM Client Server ... But it doesn't work

    I send "DSMC Q BA -virtualnodename=ClientNodeName -password=xxx
    /var".

    It works on the main TSM Server1. The problem is if I want to to send it from another "TSM Server". We have 4 TSM servers.

    I'm able to send this command from "TSM Server1" but not for clients defined on "TSM server2 to 4"

    I think is a problem to connect to the right "TSM Server".

    Someone could help me ?

    In advance many many thanks.
    Paulo
     
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  3. Phil_02GT

    Phil_02GT New Member

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    You need to add -servername=<put TSM server here>
    so it knows to which TSM server to connect

    So depending if you are running this from a Windows or Unix machine, this would relate to a dsm.opt or dsm.sys server definition
     
  4. pferreir

    pferreir New Member

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    Hello Thanks for your answer. It looks ok, but when I try with "TSM Server 2", I have the folowing message :

    Node Name: "ClientNodeName"
    ANS1357S Session rejected: Downlevel client code version

    The command is : dsmc q ba -servername="TSM Server 2" -virtualnodename="ClientNodeName" -password=xxxxxx '*'

    Any idea about this problem ?
     
  5. Phil_02GT

    Phil_02GT New Member

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    Check your TSM client and server version and make sure they work together.
     
  6. pferreir

    pferreir New Member

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    many thanks to all. problem resolved.
    Kind regards
     

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