[Veritas-bu] Problem removing media from NetBackup
Im going to take advantage of this question..
How do you do it when the media server the media is
assigned to is "unavailable" (e.g. a dual boot system).
From: fx [François-Xavier Peretmere] [mailto:fx AT veritas DOT com]
Sent: Wednesday, 12 December 2001 6:20 AM
To: Veritas BU
Subject: Re: [Veritas-bu] Problem removing media from NetBackup
> From: Jason Ahrens [mailto:Jason.Ahrens AT telus DOT com]
> Sent: Tuesday 11 December, 2001 16:29
> We have had a couple of media go bad. I have removed them
> from the silo, now want to remove their entry in NetBackup, but
> I get the following problem
> [email protected]:/usr/openv/local/bin# vmdelete -m 010248
> cannot delete assigned volume (92)
> [email protected]:/usr/openv/local/bin# bpexpdate -ev 010248 -d 0
> Are you SURE you want to delete 010248 y/n (n)? y
> requested media id was not found in NB media database and/or MM volume
> How can I remove this media if it's assigned, but I can't unassign it?
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