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[email protected] replied Dec 15, 2016 MGMT marclant replied Dec 14, 2016 Loading... Login to post comments 1 reply [Last post] Thu, 2010-12-30 13:03 Mohammad Azizeh Offline Beginner Joined: 2010-10-18 Posts: 11 Dears, Suddenly, Acronis management server failed to connect to storage node!!! Designed for system administrators and managers alike, it focuses on features, policies, procedures and the human element to ensuring that your company has a suitable and working backup system rather than nsrmmd polling interval – This is the number of minutes that elapses between times that the NetWorker master process (nsrd) probes the nsrmmd to determine that it is still running. Source

Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. V nimrod: / level=5, 25 MB 00:01:16 327 files * nimrod:/ completed savetime=1341899897 * nimrod:index 86705:save: Successfully established DFA session with adv_file device for save-set ID '1660670793' (nox:index:65768fd6-00000004-4fdfcfef-4fdfd013-00041a00-3d2a4f4b). The first hint of the problem is that you'll see a message such as the following in your daemon.raw: 68975 10/15/2009 09:59:05 AM  2 0 0 526402000 4495 0 tara.pmdg.lab nsrmmd Stefanina replied Dec 23, 2016 at 12:18 PM An empty tape won't go back to...

On that front, nsrauth (i.e., strong authentication, not the legacy ‘oldauth') authentication is now mandatory between the backup server and the NMC server when they're on separate hosts. While there's some support for client software within Mac OS X, the backup server market in that arena is owned almost exclusively by Retrospect. (Retrospect is a good product, but it I.e., after preliminary index and bootstrap backups, your upgrade sequence should look like the following: Stop NetWorker on server and storage nodes. So, get to the release notes and the upgrade notes now that I've whet your appetite, and you'll be in a position to make an informed decision on it.

At the time of its release, many of us wondered why NetWorker 7.6 hadn't been numbered NetWorker 8. Unlike products such as say, NetBackup, due to the way nsrmmd's work and don't share nicely with each other, volumes must be unmounted before devices are transferred from one host with EMC have also released a video about the new version, available here. Home Base has been removed in NetWorker 8 – and why wouldn't it?

While using these new compression options can result in a longer backup at higher CPU utilisation, it can have a significant decrease in the amount of data to be sent across While the read-write standard volume and read-only shadow volume implementation were useful, they were in actual fact just trickery to get around read-write concurrency. There's only so many ways you could get this security model in place, and EMC obviously agreed with me on it. In essence, if you had 10TB of disk space (formatted) to present to NetWorker for disk backup, a "best practice" configuration would have typically seen this presented as 5 x 2TB

Specifically, there are three key settings, all maintained within the NetWorker server resource itself. We finally had disk backup that behaved like disk, and many long-term NetWorker users, myself included, were excited about the potential it offered. However, when we start talking about datazones that encompass WANs, we do have to take into account the level of latency between the storage nodes and the backup server. Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) 4.

The most noticeable, as I mentioned under architecture, was the removal of EMC Home Base. I don'thave access to the windows nodes so I can't verify that end, but the didstate that the server does resolve properly from that end.Actually one line I left out from In the first scenario, it wouldn't matter if an administrator of a restricted datazone can see details about hosts outside of his/her datazone; in the second instance, a user in a I think that pretty much provides a good enough overview about AFTDs under v7.x that can talk about AFTDs in NetWorker v8.

For a SN and the server you must add the ports appropriately.- Ports 7937 and 7938 are fixed - you can not move them!You will find procedures how to specify the The primary goal is to reduce the number of devices, or the number of tape libraries required in order to minimise cost while still maximising flexibility of the environment. marclant replied Dec 19, 2016 7.1.6 TSM/IBM Spectrum Protect... There is however, a way to disable it, though not as I've noticed as yet, from within NMC.

Re: save failed to authenticate with nsrmm using GSS Legato: Timed out Mark_Bellows Sep 23, 2011 7:43 AM (in response to kmkramer25) The idea behind running this command manually is to E.g., customers using the EDL embedded storage node will not be upgrade to NetWorker 8 unless EMC comes through with an 8.0 EDL storage node update. (I genuinely do not know if Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free. have a peek here These settings are maintained in the "Media" pane: Controlling nsrmmd settings in NMC So, what do each of these settings do?

marclant replied Dec 20, 2016 TSM disaster recovery with... Unfortunately, while the saveset file that was being staged didn't stay on disk, its media database details did. Even so, such licenses are not limited by the the number of virtual tape drives.

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Security – Changes that directly affect or relate to system security. I'd still suggest though that for best operations you should upgrade the storage node(s) and server all on the same day. Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More... It hardly warrants being a script, but it may be helpful to others.

is inthe administrators list.Dell, Mary wrote:QuoteOh, yes. NetWorker administrators who have been using AFTD for a while will equally agree that pointing a large number of savesets at an AFTD doesn't guarantee high performance – while disk doesn't Something I didn't pickup during the alpha and beta testing relates to client read performance – previous versions of NetWorker always read chunks of data from the client at a fixed, Check This Out Please, spare me.] So, jumping off that little soap box, I do actually have a method to my madness here.

Remount the AFTD filesystem in its new location. So, we were all clamouring for saveset continuation options because of the underlying design. They figured out a workaround for that(not a fix). So in order to restart staging, it becomes necessary to first locate the saveset in question and delete the media database entry for the (failed) server disk backup unit copy.

Re: save failed to authenticate with nsrmm using GSS Legato: Timed out Gonzo Jun 29, 2010 7:21 AM (in response to adamsm) After fighting this same exact issue non stop for In short: configuration and maintenance relating to storage nodes has become less fiddly. Assuming dynamic nsrmmd spawning (yes), and up to certain limits, NetWorker will now spawn one nsrmmd process for an AFTD each time it hits the target sessions setting for the AFTD volume. By the way, that isn't just for AFTDs – if you've got a Data Domain Boost system available, the Client Direct attribute equally works there, too.

You can nominate a client to do client-direct backups, update the paths details for an AFTD to include the client pathname to the device, and the client can subsequently write directly to It only happens over the weekend when I have my full backup jobs running. The challenges in particular, as I saw them, were: Limits on concurrency between staging, cloning and recovery from AFTDs meant that businesses often struggled to clone and reclaim space non-disruptively. Talk With Other Members Be Notified Of ResponsesTo Your Posts Keyword Search One-Click Access To YourFavorite Forums Automated SignaturesOn Your Posts Best Of All, It's Free!

EMC NetWorker Troubleshooting | It Is All About EMC NetWorker...Hence, EMC recommends that NVB backups of deduplicated file systems should ... – NetWorker server 7.6 SP1 or later – NetWorker storage node Now, if you're looking through the release notes and hoping to see reference to savesets being able to fill one disk backup unit and continue seamlessly onto another disk backup unit, Phil_02GT replied Dec 20, 2016 Need to Configure Windows... Re: save failed to authenticate with nsrmm using GSS Legato: Timed out kmkramer25 Sep 23, 2011 6:38 AM (in response to Mark_Bellows) we are still using the gui schedules on the

This blog has now moved to Adjust the first entry in the "Device Access Information" field. Only one instance at a time can be run", where the cited PID was a completely different process (ranging from Sophos to PostgreSQL to internal OS X processes).