we're using TSM 126.96.36.199 on AIX 5.2. The client is at 188.8.131.52, also on AIX
5.2. (Both 64 bit)
I cloned a machine using mksysb. On the clone, I changed the IP address.
I accidentally started the dsmcad process with an unchanged configuration.
This caused the TSM server to update the information it has for that node.
This was shown in a "q nod tridev1 f=d". I stopped and disabled the TSM
installation on the clone, and did a manual backup with the original
This worked fine, and both 'q nod tridev1 f=d' and "select * from nodes
where node_name='TRIDEV1'" now show the correct IP address. However: the
scheduler still insist on using the wrong IP address. Given the output of
"select * from nodes where node_name='TRIDEV1'" below, how is this
PWSET_TIME: 2003-10-29 14:27:10.000000
LASTACC_TIME: 2004-04-23 09:22:21.000000
REG_TIME: 2001-06-11 13:43:07.000000
Only after executing "UPD NOD TRIDEV1 HLADDRESS='172.17.1.42' LLADDRESS='1500'",
the scheduler used the correct address.
There's also something wrong with UPDATE NODE: if you issue "UPD NOD
TRIDEV1 HLADDRESS='172.17.1.41'" the response is "Node updated", but that
is in fact not the case. In the actlog an error is reported:
04/23/04 10:39:07 ANR2017I Administrator JOSKAM issued command: UPDATE NODE
tridev1 hladdress=172.17.1.42 (SESSION: 26308)
04/23/04 10:39:07 ANR4739E Either the high level address ( 172.17.1.42 ), l
ow level address( ? ), or both were entered in error. (
04/23/04 10:39:07 ANR2063I Node TRIDEV1 updated. (SESSION: 26308)
You don't get to see the ANR4739E unless you look in the actlog.
"Avoid putting a paging file on a fault-tolerant drive, such as a mirrored
volume or a RAID-5 volume. Paging files do not need fault-tolerance." - 308417