2001-12-05 20:44:02
Subject: [Veritas-bu] BPSTART TIMEOUT
From: fx AT Veritas DOT com (fx [François-Xavier Peretmere])
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 02:44:02 +0100
> From: Josserand.Moraillon AT agf DOT be [mailto:Josserand.Moraillon AT agf 
> DOT be]
> Sent: Wednesday 05 December, 2001 15:47

> I am on NT with 3.4.1 datacenter
> I use big script before backup on clients to shut db or
> differents thing
> I have to set the time out to 4800 s.
> I have change the BPStart Timeout in registry,
> But what  is the max value?
> And it is necessary to change it in another place than regedt32 ?

 Configure -> right click on master server -> read/write properties
 -> timeouts -> backup start notify timeouts.

 Warning : This is a global settings. Putting 4800 sec (80 mn)
means that if any client bpstart notify script for whatever reason,
there timeout will have to wait this time, causing eventually a missed
backup if backup start window is not so long.
 If such a long time is needed, perhaps bpstart notify is not the
better way.
 If you increase this value, don't forget to increase if needed the
client read value too.
 Check the NBSAG for all the gory details.

 Amicalement, fx.

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