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kkhoo
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9 years ago

How to verify if my client has oracle agent installed in it?

Hi,

This is somewhat related to one of my earlier post.

I have a client with db on it.

NBU client ver is 6.5.4.

However, there is no oracle agent installed. I dont have the installation cd.

I can't successfully do a update_dbclients.

So what I did was:

- update client with ver 6.5.5 (NB_CLT_6.5.6_351567.tar)

- install NB_ORA_6.5.6_351582.tar

 

Installation is success.

 

How to verify if the Oracle agent is installed?

 

  • You shoul be able to do a find of libobk in the file system 

    e.g.

    find /usr/openv -name "*libobk.*"

     

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  • You shoul be able to do a find of libobk in the file system 

    e.g.

    find /usr/openv -name "*libobk.*"

     

  • Hi Nicolai,

     

    Yes found it..

    zsinbk01:/usr/openv/netbackup/logs # find /usr/openv -name "*libobk.*"
    /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/libobk.so
    /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/libobk.so64
     

    Any difference with libobk.so64 and libobk.so64.1?

    Am i correct that it refers to OS version? Being libobk.so64.1 for Solaris and libobk.so64 for Linux?

     

    Thanks.

     

  • From :

    https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000073294

     

    Platform

    Oracle

    Library name

    AIX

    64-bit

    libobk.a64

     

    HP Itanium

    64-bit

    libobk.so

     

    HP-UX PARISC

    64-bit

    libobk.sl64

    Linux x86

    64-bit

    libobk.so64

     

    Linux Itanium

    64-bit

    libobk.so

     

    IBM pSeries

    64-bit

    libobk.so

     

    IBM zSeries

    64-bit

    libobk.so

     

    Solaris (SPARC)

    64-bit

    libobk.so.64.1

     

    Solaris (x86)

    64-bit

    libobk.so.1

  • thanks Nicolai.

    I start to worry... My client is on 32-bit...

  • If you have a 32bit OS and a 64 bit Oracle installation, you are really out of luck. That won't EVER work.