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Data center movement with NBU

Hi All

I would like to know if there is any white paper/doucment available for data center movement along with NBU.. on all platforms

Regards
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Re: Data center movement with NBU

Can you let us know which version of NBU r u using? What are all the changes that u r going to do while moving  ur data center?
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Re: Data center movement with NBU

HI All

its netbackup 6.5 with Solaris 10 +
Quntaum scalar 50 with 2 Drives

there will be ip change of the server as it moving to different network
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details please


Hi Amit, can you provide some more details of what you are planning to do...

If this is just a ip address change for the master server, then the only think I can think of is that your DNS shall be able to handle this change. Master server should be able to communicate with each and every media server and the clients

Do not make any changes in EMM through nbemmcmd. If the hostname resolution works fine, there shouldn't be any problems.


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Re: Data center movement with NBU

To be in a safer side, it is advisable to take all system’s backup before implementing your data center migration and don’t forgot to take backup of your master server catalog data’s.
 
If anything goes wrong we can comeback with these data’s.
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What Exactly??

Hey Amit,

What exactly you mean by Data Center movement. Is it just a location change, IP address change, old to new server migration, etc.


Will be good if you elaborate on DATA CENTER MOVEMENT

thanks....
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Re: Data center movement with NBU

HI All

yes its going to be location change along with Ip address change, Server will be connect to same library and storage as storage and libraries will be moved along with , thr is not going to be hostname change , just want to know if ip change has any affect on netbackup catalog
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Re: Data center movement with NBU

NetBackup does not care about IP address. As long as hostname can be resolved to IP address and backwards (IP to hostname) at TCP/IP level, everything should work.