Re: INFORMATION ON RUNNING MULTIPLE BACKUPS ON ONE WINDOWS NODE
Install the client on that machine, just change the service name. We do this
same thing for our Exchange servers.
One machine: TESTNODE
But you're going to want TSM to see it as TWO nodes, TESTNODE1 and TESTNODE2
Two services: (name 'em whatever you want)
Your original install, the TSM_SCHED would point to your regular old dsm.opt
file. So you have to get the second to point to another dsm.opt file, maybe
So the command you want to run for the baclient directory goes like this:
dsmcutil install shced /name:"TSM_SCHED2" /node:TESTNODE2 /password:[your
That'll install another service named TSM_SCHED2 that knows it's got a
nodename of TESTNODE2. Register that node with the server and then do what
you want with it (different mgt class, schedule, etc).
Hope this helps.
Research Systems, Inc
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Subject: INFORMATION ON RUNNING MULTIPLE BACKUPS ON ONE WINDOWS NODE
I am looking for information on running multiple backups on the same
node. This is a windows 2003 machine. Has anyone seen documentation to
support this or can it even be done?