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SP 8.1.3 Node Access Anomoly


ADSM.ORG Senior Member
Can anyone out there with SP 8.1.3 Server confirm if they see their Nodes 'Days Since last Access' is updating..?

i.e via a 'Q node'

I have a mixture of v7.1.6 & 8.1.2 clients connecting to a SP 8.1.3 Server (Windows) with a mixture of TCP/IP & SSL, and within the dsmadmc cli (logged in with System privileges) the 'Days Since Last Access' column remains the day when the node was registered? Also the File Space backup date and times are not visible, they're empty?

Backups have been running for 27 days and are completing and verified via a 'q eve * *'
Stg pool is growing too so I know data is coming in.

I don't have an OC reporting on this server yet as I'm waiting for a replication server to be built to protect this particular one.

Never seen this behaviour before?


ADSM.ORG Senior Member
I can confirm that the issues that I highlighted in my OP have now been resolved via the ISP Server version upgrade from 8.1.3 to 8.1.4. :cool:

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