i have checked wth the storage team and the volumes do exist on the filer , but i assume there are chnages to be done in the backup selction list for the filer to complete a successful backup , can any one help ?
8/13/2013 14:57:33 - Info ndmpagent (pid=20567) syd-netapp04: DUMP: ERROR: No volume found for path: /vol/wglocal1
08/13/2013 14:57:33 - Error ndmpagent (pid=20567) syd-netapp04: DATA: Backup terminated: backup configuration failure (2) on RPC error: ERROR: VOL NOT FOUND (for /vol/wglocal1)
08/13/2013 14:57:34 - Error ndmpagent (pid=20567) NDMP backup failed, path = /vol/wglocal1
08/13/2013 14:57:34 - Error bptm (pid=9848) none of the NDMP backups for client syd-netapp04 completed successfully
08/13/2013 14:57:34 - Info bpbrm (pid=9833) sending message to media manager: STOP BACKUP syd-netapp04_1376434644
08/13/2013 14:57:35 - Info bpbrm (pid=9833) media manager for backup id syd-netapp04a_1376434644 exited with status 99: NDMP backup failure
08/13/2013 14:57:35 - end writing; write time: 0:00:04
08/13/2013 14:59:36 - Info bpbrm (pid=1988) rtp1-netapp04a is the host to backup data from
08/13/2013 14:59:36 - Info bpbrm (pid=1988) telling media manager to start backup on client
NDMP backup failure (99)
Volume could exist, but whether it's export out correctly is another question.
On Netbackup side, it needs to be able to view and access the volume to back it up. Check your credential to the export path of your volume as well.
from there side , all volumes have been correctly configured and everythiig seems to be fine from the storage end , should i enable any logging ndmp logging and enable the backup again ?
Here we using another account to backup from NDMP.
You have to check the path to each volume and add in the backup selections like /vol/volume01
In Netbackup your Media need access to NDMP host, you always use one Media Server like NDMP host, see in Devices > Drives.
Your post with 'Include list for the policy ..' does not show any data.
Please post policy config by running this command on the master:
bppllist <policy-name> -U
Backup selection example is:
Thank you All , seems we had 2 versions of the volumes put into production , this is what i have from my storage team now .
"Actually this will be target volume after migration. You can disable these volume backup policy now and start backup once we had start using these volumes."
I will restart the backups once i get a heads up that these are into prodcution .
thank you Watson , thiago rahman , and marianne for the replies .