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Problems with Cluster-Configuration of TSM

obiwan2

ADSM.ORG Member
#1
Hi guys,

I'm a little bit confused now with the configuration of the TSM-services on a cluster-system... maybe a few lines will help me to make it better :)

I installed only the TDP scheduler as a windows-service and defined within the cluster a role (generic service) that will start this service. I this windows-service enough or do I additionally need a TSM CAD service ?

The TDP scheduler service nodename is msdb_sql, the opt-file resides in s:\tsm\config\msdb_sql.opt
If a CAD is needed, which nodename and which opt-file do I have to use ? Those from the TDP ???

Thanks in advance !
 

obiwan2

ADSM.ORG Member
#3
Hi marclant,

I'm really confused at this time......

What would be the best installation in your eyes ?
Only installing a TDP scheduler without a CAD ? We don't need access to this system using a tsm webclient...so i think a CAD is not neccessary, right ?

The scheduler will be started within the cluster-definition....
 

marclant

ADSM.ORG Moderator
#4
Only installing a TDP scheduler without a CAD ? We don't need access to this system using a tsm webclient...so i think a CAD is not neccessary, right ?
Personal preference. Pros and cons either way.

Without CAD is a simpler configuration.
With CAD, the scheduler is started and stopped every time, so it's a clean start each time.
 

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