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Backup Exec trust Relationship Lost for all Servers

Any of you experienced the trust relationship of Backup Exec was lost for all servers? It just suddenly happened to all servers. But if trust is re-established, backup jobs will run again. My ...
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SQL Server with Veritas HA

I am configuring SQL Cluster using VERITAS HA and DR replication using VVR, I have configured the cluster and storage as per the cluster implementation document for SQL Server 2012 but in SQL Server ...
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HP-UX grow VxVM root diskgroup on HW raid

On a HP-UX B.11.31 server I had a 72 GB disk (actually two in a RAID 1), which is used for rootdg to hold several OS related partitions (/, /usr, /tmp, ...), all using VxVM. It grew too tight, so I ...
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VXFS (veritas) File system filling up - except it's not

I have a Solaris 10 server which is reporting that a file system is filling up: # df -h /opt/CSCObac/var Filesystem size used avail capacity Mounted on /dev/vx/dsk/RDU-VAR-DG/RDU-VAR-...
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Can I format a Veritas cluster shared volume from windows?

We have a Microsoft Failover Cluster with dynamic disks managed by Veritas Storage Foundation. Today the sysadmins added a new disk for SQL Server but the cluster size on the volume was wrong, so I ...
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Veritas and VNX LUN Expansion

I have an EMC VNX Storage array and a front end Linux server running Veritas. A 4TB lun has been assigned from a diskpool on the VNX and presented to the server where Veritas has split it out into ...
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VERITAS Backup Exec does not accept tapes

VERITAS Backup Exec 8.60 Rv 3878 does not accept brand new Sony SDX3-100C tapes using a Compaq AIT 50 GB tape drive. I want to introduce new tapes to an ancient backup system as described above on a ...
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How to tell if linux disk IO is causing excessive (> 1 second) application stalls

I have a Java application performing a large volume (hundreds of MB) of continuous output (streaming plain text) to about a dozen files a ext3 SAN filesystem. Occasionally, this application pauses for ...
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Netbackup. How to move frozen tape to bad_tapes pool

In the backup server one of the tape has frozen and I want to move this frozen tape to bad_tapes pool. Please let me know how to do this. I am using veritas netback
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VxFS on both Solaris and RHEL?

I'd like to know if VxFS could be used in order to share a volume ( on a SAN mounted using FC) between a RHEL (5 or 6) and Solaris (11) host ? What I'm trying to achive is to shared a volume (from a ...
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Veritas Cluster Server for HA for regular user processes

In the past I have used Veritas Cluster Server for HA clusters of Sybase and other databases at large financial institutions. Now I am going to have locally written processes that could benefit from ...
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vxprint equivalent in Solaris volume manager

vxprint -m -g command in vxvm give lot of inofrmation about the volume like rid , pub offsets etc. Is there a command in solaris volume manager to get the such information? and vxprint -F %len -g -...
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remove path from VxDMP

Due to some temporary parallel cabling, VxVM 5.0 began to use two paths to a 3510 disk array: # vxdmpadm getsubpaths NAME STATE[A] PATH-TYPE[M] DMPNODENAME ENCLR-NAME CTLR ATTRS =======...
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Veritas cluster 5.0 mp3 failover policies

Dear ServerFault users i've got a question here. My setup is following: Two node cluster, one service group which consists of 4 tiers of resources. Group is activated and probed on both nodes and ...
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Solaris to Linux conversion: Use VxFS or GFS?

We're a Solaris shop looking at RedHat Enterprise Linux and one of the things we're wondering is if we should keep Veritas Volume Manager + FileSystem or go with LVM+ext3 or RedHat's preferred cluster ...
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Lost P/W Tape Backup

We need to perform complete restore to critical server using tape backup (Veritas). Found out that former IT director put p/w on tape and we cannot locate or figure it out. Options for recovery?
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BackupExec - write a yearly backup to multiple tapes in a library?

I have BackupExec 12.5. I have about 25 servers that need to be backed up to tape. I already have the tape library "partitioned" into the 12 tape slots for normal backups, so it isn't just a single ...
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help me setup Veritas 9.1

So we are running with veritas 9.1 with exchange agent, and I am having issues setting it up. I tried following the manuels, but I do not believe I have archived the backup-setup that I want. I do ...
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Veritas BackupExec 9.1 on Windows 2003 R2 x64

Will Veritas BackupExec 9.1 install (and work) on Windows Server 2003 R2 x64? I know the Agent is supported but I need to install the Veritas Backupexec 9.1 for Windows Server.
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How to repair a Veritas tape that has been overwritten a bit?

I meant to restore some files, but I forgot that there was a monday backup job just waiting for tape loading. So veritas 10d started to write over my tape and that valuable data is now gone. The ...
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How to get drive info from the solaris commandline for veritas netbackup

We use Veritas Netbackup to control our L180 tape robot at $WORK, but I'm getting some weird results from the GUI. So in the age old struggle for truth.. it's back to the commandline. Unfortunately, ...
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Has anyone switched from Netbackup to Acronis?

We're a site with over 100 servers and we're considering a switch from traditional file-level backups (using Netbackup) to block-level (using Acronis). Of course, with this, we're also considering a ...
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Network tape restore is faster than disk to disk copy

How can this be? Running a cp or rsync (with -W --inplace) takes two hours for 93Gb; a tape restore over the dedicated backup network is 41 minutes. Tape restore is 50 Mb/s; disk to disk was ...