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Point client node to two different TSM servers?

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Hi,

I'm trying to figure out on how to have a SUSE linux client node to backup some data to one TSM and some data to another TSM server.
I have some data on the SUSE client node that i want to backup to one TSM server and some data that I want to backup to another server.
Do I have to configure multiple dsmcad instances as: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/configuring-multiple-dsmcad-instances-single-linux-host

or multiple schedules as: https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/spectru...age-multiple-schedule-requirements-one-system

Im new to TSM so please be kind.... ;-)
 

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Yes, the schedules are defined on the server, 2 servers = 2 schedules. So you will have one NodeA pointing to Server1, and there will be a schedule associated with NodeA on it. And NodeB will be pointing to Server2, and on it there will be a shedule that's associated with NobeB.
 

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