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TSM Server 6.1.2 released

Discussion in 'TSM Server' started by Kramer, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. Kramer

    Kramer New Member

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  3. barteku

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    hi,

    i have already upgraded.
    I am preparing my dev TSM installation for testing.

    Session established with server TSMSRV: AIX
    Server Version 6, Release 1, Level 2.0
    Server date/time: 08/12/09 10:56:47 Last access: 08/12/09 09:05:38
     
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    Kramer = Dedup will only be interesting if you have an diskpool in file devclass... No dedup is supported with Tape classe, like LTO or on a VTL.. But on the bright side..

    Backup set and Table of Contents support in Tivoli Storage Manager Version 6.1 = Finaly!
     
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    Does anyone know if TOC was fixed in this release? That is the only thing that is holding us up from upgrading to 6.
     
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    I am surprise to see thet you are still at the base level of 5.5.

    Are you not experiencing any problems/issues at this level? Technically you should be at 5.5.3.
     
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    We have only run into a few issues with 5.5.0:
    - SAN discovery not supported & causing BSOD on Win x64 Servers and Storage Agents (disabled SANdiscovery as workaround)
    - Missing info in tsmdlst
    - Stgpool backups failing claiming they are already active (only after 50+ days uptime, so we usually have a security patch every month - thanks to Microsoft)

    Yeah, so I probably should look at 5.5.3 - it will be much, much easier than upgrading to 6.1.x
     
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