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Different versions being displayed in GUI and Server

prakash_sharma
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I installed a SAN and a LAN agent of version 7.5.0.6 on AIX and Windows server respectively. The Netbackup version on my GUI console is showing correctly 7.5.0.6 but on the Solaris server , when I use the command bpgetconfig -g <hostname>, it shows 7.5.04.

 

The solaris server is of version 7.5.0.6.

 

Please tell the problem and how to resolve it.

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RamNagalla
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when you say  GUI.. is that from GUI--> Host properties..--> clients    ?

 

check the version file in the client.what it is showing.

login to the client..

cat /usr/opevn/netbackup/bin/version    ---> unix

install Drive/netbckup/bin/version ---> windows

 

 

Marianne
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Show us these files on the Solaris server:

cat /usr/openv/netbackup/version

cat /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/version

prakash_sharma
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Output of  cat /usr/openv/netbackup/version:

HARDWARE SOLARIS
VERSION NetBackup 7.5.0.6
RELEASEDATE Mon Jun 10 21:48:03 CDT 2013
BUILDNUMBER 20130610

 

Output of  cat /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/version

 

NetBackup-Solaris10 7.5.0.6

RamNagalla
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just to make sure... are you seeing the version  difference for Master server or for clients?

Marianne
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I have always wondered where bpgetconfig gets its info from.

This the version file on my Windows 7 laptop (NBU version 7.5.0.6):

HARDWARE Windows x64
VERSION NetBackup 7.5.0.6
RELEASEDATE Mon Jun 10 21:45:17 2013
BUILDNUMBER 20130610
 
This is what 'bpgetconfig -g' reports:
 
PC-x64, WindowsXP
7.5.0.0.0.4
NetBackup
7.5
750000
C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin
WindowsVista 6
 
 
(I have not checked registry entries... probably in there somewhere...)
 
No idea where Solaris gets its incorrect info from! 
 
 

prakash_sharma
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Hi Nagalla,

Yes, GUI means, Host properties--> clients.

For UNIX , the version is as mentioned:

HARDWARE RS6000
VERSION NetBackup 7.5.0.6
RELEASEDATE Mon Jun 10 22:34:09 CDT 2013
BUILDNUMBER 20130610
 

For Windows server, the Version is as follows:

HARDWARE Windows x64
VERSION NetBackup 7.5.0.6
RELEASEDATE Mon Jun 10 21:45:17 2013
BUILDNUMBER 20130610

 

The versions are different for the client.

RamNagalla
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could you check below  command output.

bpgetconfig VERSIONINFO

bpgetconfig -s <clientname> -A -L