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Problems sending data with TSM 5.1.5.2

harango

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I have a box with TSM v5.1.5.2 on AIX 5.1.0.0 (64 bits), TSM clients v5.1.5.2 on AIX 5.1.0.0 and Win2k, and TDP for domino v.5.1.5 on Win2k. The TSM clients and TDP start to work fine sending data but after a while the transfer suddenly stops. They are not hung but they do not work any more. The Backup/Archive GUI does not show any message but the TDP GUI shows the following message "waiting for TSM server".



When I do a q session I can see that clients send some bits extremely slow, almost nothing.



Is there someone who could give me any suggestion?. Thanks,





Henry Aranda Gonzales
 

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