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TSM server and client is on different systems, devices are connected to client only.

Discussion in 'TSM Installation, Upgrade and Configuration' started by shammss, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. shammss

    shammss Newcomer

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    Hi all, new to TSM

    I am running my TSM server 6.3.2 on linux_x86 platform. Devices are connected to my TSM client which is on different system bt same platform. How can i configure my server-client so that server can send commands to backup client data on client connected backup devices. How the device configuration will be? thanks in advance..
     
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    moon-buddy ADSM.ORG Moderator

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    Short answer - cannot be done
     
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    shammss Newcomer

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    sry..4gt to mention that I m working in SAN environment...so to configure the storage agent on client system do i need to zone the backup devices with both client and server?
     
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    inestler ADSM.ORG Senior Member

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    you must zone the SAN backup-devices (libraries, tape drives etc.) to both: server and storage agent
     
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