Networker

Re: [Networker] Problem using library on storage node

2007-05-18 21:55:22
Subject: Re: [Networker] Problem using library on storage node
From: Andrew Dietz <andrew.dietz AT OIT.GATECH DOT EDU>
To: NETWORKER AT LISTSERV.TEMPLE DOT EDU
Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 21:50:36 -0400
Well, I installed the client and storage node software on the storage node server and started the networker daemon in /etc/init.d, so this is what's running:
bash-3.00# ps -ef | grep nsr
   root  1383     1   0 17:48:08 ?           0:01 /usr/sbin/nsr/nsrexecd

I then ran jbconfig and configured the library and it showed up in the Java Admin Console running off the NSR master server.
Is there anything else that should be running? I didn't find any
executables or daemons specific for storage nodes in the software that
got installed, nor does the manual mention any...
Thanks for any help you or anyone else can provide!

Andrew

Rohrich, James G wrote:
I see those errors when the storage node is down. By chance is the networker 
storage node software running on the storage node?

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From: EMC NetWorker discussion on behalf of Andrew Dietz
Sent: Fri 5/18/2007 5:03 PM
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Subject: [Networker] Problem using library on storage node



Greetings,

We just ordered a second Sun/StorageTek SL500 + T2000 server running
Solaris 10 and added it as a storage node to our existing NetWorker
7.3.2 server with its own SL500 library. Followed the instructions from
the NetWorker manual and was able to get the new library to show under
"Storage Nodes" in the Java Admin Console *except* that I can't seem to
be able to issue any commands to the new library -- nsrwatch shows the
following errors:

Fri 17:52:37 media notice: check storage node:
electrical.tape.gatech.edu (nsrmon timed out)
  Fri 17:52:37 media notice: check storage node:
electrical.tape.gatech.edu (nsrmon timed out)
  Fri 17:52:37 media info: restarting nsrmmd #14 on
electrical.tape.gatech.edu in 2 minute(s)
  Fri 17:52:37 media notice: nsrmon was terminated by a signal (9)
  Fri 17:52:37 media info: restarting nsrmmd #13 on
electrical.tape.gatech.edu in 2 minute(s)
  Fri 17:52:37 media notice: nsrmon was terminated by a signal (9)
  Fri 17:52:39 media notice: check storage node:
electrical.tape.gatech.edu (nsrmon timed out)
  Fri 17:52:39 media info: restarting nsrmmd #12 on
electrical.tape.gatech.edu in 2 minute(s)
  Fri 17:52:39 media notice: nsrmon was terminated by a signal (9)
  Fri 17:54:38 media info: restarting nsrmmd #13 on
electrical.tape.gatech.edu now
  Fri 17:54:40 media info: restarting nsrmmd #12 on
electrical.tape.gatech.edu now
  Fri 17:54:40 media info: restarting nsrmmd #14 on
electrical.tape.gatech.edu now

NSR Server name: scotch.tape, NSR Storage Node name: electrical.tape :)

Running nsrjb from the command line on electrical.tape displays a list
of available slots on the library, but interestingly show the following:

Jukebox rd=electrical.tape.gatech.edu:jb1: (Not ready to accept commands)

I'm puzzled as to why the library would "not be ready to accept
commands"... Any has any ideas what I'm missing?

Thanks in advance,
Andrew Dietz

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