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Auf unserem Server (Windows 2012 R2) haben wir Symantec Backup Exec 2014 installiert.
Nun würde ich gerne einen vorhandenen Backup job, der über eine Ethernet-Schnittstelle sichert dazu bringen, dass er zukünftig über FibreChannel sichert. Beim Bearbeiten des Sicherungs jobs kann ich nur eine Ethernet-Schnittstelle auswählen.
Laut unserer Netzwerk-Truppe ist Fibre Channel eingerichtet und Datenübertragung hierüber ist möglich.
Bin allerdings ein newbie was FibreChannel anbelangt. Und bei Symantec Backup bin ich auch noch nicht so firm.
I am trying to restore a single file from Windows VM and trying to restore to same VM in alternate location but getting following error in job details.
12/09/2015 17:05:48 – begin Restore
12/09/2015 17:05:49 – restoring from image SIDCSANMGMT-SIDCSYMMONREP_1449659817
12/09/2015 17:05:49 – Info bprd (pid=26291) Restoring from copy 1 of image created Wed Dec 09 16:46:57 2015 from policy IDC-VM-TEST-RESTORE
12/09/2015 17:05:49 – requesting resource @aaaaj
12/09/2015 17:05:49 – granted resource MediaID=@aaaaj;DiskVolume=STU1;DiskPool=TEST_DP;Path=STU1;StorageServer=SRCPIDC1DD01.in.ril.com;MediaServer=P603XMED03
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) started
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – started process bpdm (pid=42599)
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) reading backup image
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) requesting nbjm for media
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) using 64 data buffers
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) spawning a child process
12/09/2015 17:05:51 – Info bpbrm (pid=42599) child pid: 42600
12/09/2015 17:05:55 – begin reading
12/09/2015 17:05:56 – end reading; read time: 0:00:01
12/09/2015 17:05:56 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) completed reading backup image
12/09/2015 17:05:56 – Info bpdm (pid=42599) EXITING with status 0
12/09/2015 17:05:56 – requesting resource @aaaaj
12/09/2015 17:05:56 – granted resource MediaID=@aaaaj;DiskVolume=STU1;DiskPool=TEST_DP;Path=STU1;StorageServer=SRCPIDC1DD01.in.ril.com;MediaServer=P603XMED03
12/09/2015 17:05:59 – Error bpbrm (pid=42614) bpcd on SIDCSANMGMT-SIDCSYMMONREP exited with status 48: client hostname could not be found
12/09/2015 17:05:59 – Info tar (pid=0) done. status: 48: client hostname could not be found
12/09/2015 17:05:59 – Error bpbrm (pid=42614) client restore EXIT STATUS 48: client hostname could not be found
NBU is 184.108.40.206 and Vcenter 5.5 U2
I have checked the compatability since it is supported from 220.127.116.11, i am not able to log a case.
Dear Friends ,
I am facing a problem in Netbackup related to SLP duplication , Oracle Rman Backup completed at Head Office SLP , and duplication started HO to DR
Out of 12 images 11 images duplicated at DR but 1 image is missing . i tried to check if any image is pending in that particular SLP, but nothing was penindg for that SLP , aftrer that i tried to manually duplicate that image from HO to DR it failed imediatly with error copy 2 already exists . below is the job details i started manually .
Please suggest .
12/9/2015 11:36:00 AM – begin Duplicate
12/9/2015 11:36:03 AM – requesting resource ftmdrae3_dr_stu1
12/9/2015 11:36:03 AM – reserving resource @aaaa5
12/9/2015 11:36:04 AM – reserved resource @aaaa5
12/9/2015 11:36:04 AM – granted resource MediaID=@aaaa7;DiskVolume=DD860_DR_LSU;DiskPool=OST_DD_DR_DISK_POOL;Path=DD860_DR_LSU;StorageServer=ddunbaedr;MediaServer=ftmdrae3
12/9/2015 11:36:04 AM – granted resource ftmdrae3_dr_stu1
12/9/2015 11:36:05 AM – requesting resource @aaaa5
12/9/2015 11:36:05 AM – granted resource MediaID=@aaaa5;DiskVolume=DD890_HO_LSU;DiskPool=OST_DD_HO_DISK_POOL;Path=DD890_HO_LSU;StorageServer=ddunbaeho;MediaServer=ftmdrae3
12/9/2015 11:36:06 AM – Info Duplicate(pid=14968) Initiating optimized duplication from @aaaa5 to @aaaa7
12/9/2015 11:36:06 AM – Error bpduplicate(pid=14968) Backupid t2401_vip2_1443665311 copy 2 already exists
12/9/2015 11:36:07 AM – Error bpduplicate(pid=14968) Duplicate of backupid t2401_vip2_1443665311 failed, the entity already exists (226).
12/9/2015 11:36:07 AM – Error bpduplicate(pid=14968) Status = no images were successfully processed.
12/9/2015 11:36:09 AM – end Duplicate; elapsed time: 0:00:09
no images were successfully processed(191)
Thank You !!
We have a VTL drives goes down issue with our NBU 18.104.22.168 on windows cluster. The VTL is connected to ndmp. Last time the issue was fixed by reconfiguring the storage but the issue has occurred again.
The time when it goes down we see the below event log
Event ID: 2650
Task Category: None
ndmp_public_session_create() failed: Timeout waiting for connected message from NDMP serve
As per the below article it is pointing towards hardware communication side.
Can somebody tell me which logs needs to be checked on both nbu and VTL side to conclude where the issue lies.
Okay, I know this post is going to sound like a broken record, but I have searched and read through other threads but it seemed to either not address or solve the issue directly or give an unclear explanation that pertained to that specific persons problem. Here it goes and please accept my apologies if this post seems so redundant.
Okay so I have a HP Proliant DL380 G4 server running Symantec Backup Exec 2012 (I know, I know, it’s an old server lol) and I’m used to using Puredisk but it seems quite easy administering backups with SBE 2012 UNTIL! it’s time to do recovery testing. I noticed I didn’t have an adequate testing environment for my recovery tests, so I grabbed the best computer I could find which is a Dell Tower 5810 w/ a 1TB backup drive and a 250GB boot drive which isn’t setup for RAID. So I tried doing a recovery of my HP Proliant server to my Dell Tower and I was met with a number of obstacles that indicated my recovery might go so smoothly, I will list those messages at the end. A little FYI – I do full SDR backups on our server here, the server is setup in a RAID 0 with a C: and D: drive and the Dell Tower is booting AHCI. Basically, I am not able to recover my backups to the Dell Tower. It’s obvious that either this scenario won’t work at all or I will need to do quite a bit of tweaking to make my test recoveries successful. I would really like to be able to find a way to recovery to the Dell Tower because if that HP server did crash then that may very well be all I have to use. So I have two questions if anyone can please answer:
1. How can I get this scenario to work; how can I get my recovery my backups to different hardware?
2. In the future, what is the best test environment to setup for conducting test recoveries?
Thanks, thanks, thanks, to anyone who can help me with this. It has been a headache going on three days trying to figure this out on my own. Below are the messages I ran into while trying to test-recover my backups to a different computer:
– Your computer may not start successfully, if your system or boot volume resides on one of the hard disks attached to an inactive controller
– Drivers for one or more controllers are not installed. The computer may not start because the required system…
– If the recovered computer contains multiple hard disks, ensure that the computer’s BIOS is configured to start the computer from the hard disk that contains the Windows Operating System
– invalid partition table (I received this message after rebooting from a restore)
The restore is succesful with NBD transport method but fails for SAN. Tried restoring using both original and alternate restore. NBU= 7.7.1
12/08/2015 17:32:16 – Info tar32 (pid=10072) Restore started
12/08/2015 17:32:16 – connected; connect time: 0:00:00
12/08/2015 17:32:16 – Info bptm (pid=6724) start
12/08/2015 17:32:17 – started process bptm (pid=6724)
12/08/2015 17:32:17 – Info bptm (pid=6724) reading backup image
12/08/2015 17:32:18 – Info bptm (pid=6724) using 30 data buffers
12/08/2015 17:32:18 – Info bptm (pid=6724) spawning a child process
12/08/2015 17:32:18 – Info bptm (pid=6724) child pid: 6636
12/08/2015 17:32:18 – Info bptm (pid=6636) start
12/08/2015 17:32:19 – started process bptm (pid=6636)
12/08/2015 17:32:23 – begin reading
12/08/2015 17:32:28 – Error bpbrm (pid=6984) from client example.com: ERR – Error opening the snapshot disks using given transport mode: san Status 23
12/08/2015 17:32:29 – Info tar32 (pid=10072) done. status: 24: socket write failed
12/08/2015 17:32:29 – Error bpbrm (pid=6984) client restore EXIT STATUS 24: socket write failed
12/08/2015 17:33:31 – restored from image example_144950; restore time: 0:02:03
12/08/2015 17:33:31 – end Restore; elapsed time 0:02:07
NetBackup VMware policy restore error (2820)