[Veritas-bu] bptm logs
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* Lewick, Taylor <tlewick AT hrblock DOT com> [2003-12-17 10:08]:
> Okay, using 4.5 FP 5 on HP-UX unix hosts. Everyone try this and let me
> know if it is just a problem with my site. =20
> Cd to /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/bptm. Vi, or whatever one of the logs.
> You should search for "read_brm_msg:" This is when it is getting ready
> to perform a backup. Just below this, I see some io_init lines, and
> they state: "io_init: using 65536 data buffer size" Okay, also look
> for an io_set_recvbuf line that says something like:
> io_set_recvbuf: setting receive network buffer to 262144 bytes
> io_set_recvbuf: receive network buffer is 65535 bytes
> Here is my problem. We set the NET_BUFFER_SZ parameter to be 262144
> bytes. This is done in a file in /usr/openv/netbackup called
> NET_BUFFER_SZ. This is done on both the master and the clients, yet it
> looks like NETBACKUP sees this and tries to set it, but the OS reverts
> to using the default of 65535 bytes.
> My question is, why? What am I not setting correctly, or what else
> needs to be done to ensure NetBackup can set and use this parameter..?
It looks like you just got done with the 4.5 Advanced class ;-) I saw
the same thing during the class on a Solaris System, but only ONE of the
machines was doing it. You are not going crazy, and the instructor
didn't know what was going on, either. Unfortunately, I still have not
gotten an answer on this and not being much of a Solaris admin yet, I
don't know where in Solaris to look.=20
The only thing I can think of is that there is a kernel parm somewhere
that is limiting it.
david AT graniteweb DOT com
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