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dsmerror.log in citScanOutput.xml can't be found

Panagiotis

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Hello everyone, i am kind of new to TSM and this is my first thread in the forum. If i posted in the wrong section, i'm sorry.

I recently installed in 3 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 the tdp4ve 8.1.10.
Due to we had to change vcenter because of the flash player to a newer version it was the perfect time to setup new Datamovers.
I had done a part of the installation into the old vcenter and due to limited resources the plan was to move them and then continue the installation into the new vcenter 6.7.3.
That didn't go very well i can say :) After the move there were many issues and i decided instead of troubleshooting late at night to manually unistall tdp4ve and reinstall it again.
This went exceptionally well and the same day i could manually backup VMs. The next day the schedules run smoothly and so on.
The issues know is that i get in the dsmerror.log : ANS1836I citScanOutput.xml can't be found.
I checked and i couldn't find the file.

Is there any way to recreate this file ? It keeps popping up in the dsmerror.log daily now.

Thanks in advance.
 

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