пятница, 8 июля 2011 г.

veritas netbackup и отрыжка aix

Warning FREEZING media id 088AAI, it contains MTF1-format data and cannot be used for backups
Warning FREEZING media id 180AAI, it contains ANSI-format data and cannot be used for backups


These are usually tapes written outside of NetBackup that have found their way into the library. By default, NetBackup will only write to a blank media or other NetBackup media. Other media types (DBR, TAR, CPIO, ANSI, MTF1 and recycled Backup Exec BE-MTF1 media) will be frozen as a safety measure. This behavior can be changed with the following procedure:

UNIX

To allow NetBackup to overwrite foreign media, add the following to /usr/openv/netbackup/bp.conf for the media server in question:


ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE = DBR 

ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE = TAR
ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE = CPIO

ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE = ANSI ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE = MTF1
ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE = BE-MTF1


Stop and restart the NetBackup daemons for the changes to take effect
 



PS
и заодно уже: 


Warning FREEZING media id 160AAI, it contains NetBackup database backup data and cannot be used for backups
Warning FREEZING media id 190AAI, it contains NetBackup database backup data and cannot be used for backups
 

How to reuse or recycle unnecessary NetBackup database catalog tapes for normal backups with NetBackup 4.5 or later 

Step 2. Unassign the tapes you wish to re-use:

Example:
# /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmquery -deassignbyid 000101 1 0x1

Step 3. Overwrite the tape label:

NOTE: This will effectively erase any previous information on the tape.

Example for robotic volume:
# /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/bplabel -m 000101 -d dlt -o -p NetBackup

 

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