It was a long journey but time has come...
Is there any special way neccessary to remove PureDisk server that was replicating to another one (both data and SPA) or just deactivate the relevant PureDisk agents under Agent management?
The bplist command lists all you want, and exactly all you ask for (even not being aware of it), as 1E100 counts problems are not rare.
Basing on the already noticed and described cave-eats (short summary):
I am troubleshooting SPAR replication issue on 6.6.3 PureDisk.
On the Destination Storage Pool SPAR jobs start and keep being queued with 0% progress until 24h watchdog kills them.
On the Source Storage Pool the SPAR job is killed by watchdog aft...
I am trying to find a way to find out if the post 6.6.3a PureDisk upgrade Content Router rebasing has completed.
It is quite easy to check with the crcontrol if the rebasing option is enabled or disabled at all but I would like to know if the reb...
One would like to say WT(...) was that?
Ok. I launched NetBackup 22.214.171.124 Administration Console (Clustered Master Server on Veritas Cluster Server 5.1 SP2) on Windows 2008 R2 server connected via RDP. Activity Monitor worked fine, Media an...
That is what it looks like. Most often PureDisk drops connections because a particular process is crashing or getting out of memory, not really because of network issues.
I assume you have proper resilient network configuration (on the server side),...
Please check RAM utilisation.
Perhaps please try increasing the MBE Engine allowed memory.
But the second operation varies depending on from PureDisk version. The 6.6.5 has this implemented in an automatic way.
If CR Queue Processing completes successfully, there is still some hope. Otherwise, like INT_RND said: please open a support ticket.
The good news is that 6.6.5 is finally stable for PDROE backups too.
Few more caveeats for large clients (tens of milions of files, few TB) installed with different ID, thus duplicated logically:
- It may take a really longer while for another initial backup to complete.
- Duplicated larger clients may stuff your Me...
A small detail, that saves lifes when using SAN transport mode:
The Microsoft Windows automount feature needs to be disabled as described in the Tech Note:
You really do not want to ...