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SANergy configuration

Discussion in 'Backup / Archive Discussion' started by Andriano, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. Andriano

    Andriano New Member

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    Hello guru!
    I try to implement LAN-Free backups to disk. I am new for TSM.
    I installed TSM Server 5.4 and TSM Client on win2003. Hosts are AIX 5.3 ML04. After installing SANergy I made nfs-share on server, exported, then mounted it on the host. Everything is ok. But when I type on the client:
    ./SANergyconfig
    Command> fuse /sandisk2
    FTX1028W getVolumeInfo: Transaction failed 10
    ERROR|Unable to find all the disks. Check error log for more information.

    /sandisk2 is nfs mount point on the client.
    Please help me to understand the SANergy functionality in the case of exporting/importing mount points. What I have to do with mounted nfs point on the client and what on the TSM Server?

    Thank you in advance
     
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    The fuse process matches the disks client and server can physically see though the san to whatever nfs shares are currently mounted. Make sure, client and server "see" the disks through your san (LUN masking, zoning, device-scan and recognition etc. should show the physical disks available on client AND server).

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    I have a LUN from array. I made zoning. And now this LUN is available from TSM Server and from TSM Client. I checked in this LUN on Windows TSM Server (and this machine is MDC too) as drive "J:", formated it to NTFS file system and made directory "sandisk2". Also I made share and nfs-share for this directory "J:/sandisk2". After it on the client host I made nfs-import and mounted this nfs-share as "/sandisk2" in rootvg.
    So my questions:
    What I have to do with LUN that I zoned for AIX client host? I have to do VolumeGroup, LogicalVolume, FileSystem anything else?
    I am very confused.
     
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    Can you see the corresponding hdisk as available when running a "lsdev -Cc disk" on the AIX client?

    PJ
     
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    I use an EMC CX3-40 array with PowerPath. So I see this disk as hdiskpower2:

    hdiskpower2 Available 0A-09-02 PowerPath Device
     
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    Hello!
    I found one my mistake in configuration device classes and pools. I repaired them. But now I have another error. Take a look please:
    bash-3.00# mount
    node mounted mounted over vfs date options
    -------- --------------- --------------- ------ ------------ ---------------
    /dev/hd4 / jfs2 Apr 18 16:42 rw,log=/dev/hd8
    /dev/hd2 /usr jfs2 Apr 18 16:42 rw,log=/dev/hd8
    /dev/hd9var /var jfs2 Apr 18 16:42 rw,log=/dev/hd8
    /dev/hd3 /tmp jfs2 Apr 18 16:42 rw,log=/dev/hd8
    /dev/hd1 /home jfs2 Apr 18 16:42 rw,log=/dev/hd8
    /proc /proc procfs Apr 18 16:42 rw
    /dev/hd10opt /opt jfs2 Apr 18 16:42 rw,log=/dev/hd8
    172.26.90.29 /sandisk2 /sandisk2 nfs3 Apr 18 17:21 bg,intr,rw

    bash-3.00# ./SANergyconfig
    Command> owner
    0 rhdisk1 NO INFO
    1 rhdisk6 NO INFO
    2 rhdisk4 NO INFO
    3 rhdisk8 NO INFO
    4 rhdisk2 NO INFO
    5 rhdisk11 NO INFO
    6 rhdisk13 NO INFO
    7 rhdisk15 NO INFO
    8 rhdisk17 NO INFO
    9 rhdiskpower0 NO INFO
    10 rhdiskpower1 NO INFO
    11 rhdisk23 NO INFO FS-ZU
    12 rhdisk25 NO INFO FS-ZU
    13 rhdisk21 NO INFO FS-ZU
    14 rhdisk19 NO INFO FS-ZU
    15 rhdiskpower2 NO INFO FS-ZU
    Command> fuse /sandisk2
    FTX1028W getVolumeInfo: Transaction failed -124

    Command>

    The rhdiskpower2 is Powerpath drive (rhdisk23,25,21,19 are the FC path to this drive).
    Don't know what to do next...
     
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    Help me please
     

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