Restarting NOM after upgrading to OpsCenter on Windows

Article:HOWTO43407  |  Created: 2011-03-06  |  Updated: 2011-03-06  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO43407
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Restarting NOM after upgrading to OpsCenter on Windows

After you upgrade from NOM to OpsCenter 7.1 on Windows, the NOM processes are stopped. In case you want to reuse NOM after upgrading to OpsCenter 7.1, the following steps help you to restart NOM.

To restart NOM services after upgrading to OpsCenter 7.1 on Windows

  1. Run the following command to enable VxPBX.

    C:\Program Files\Veritas\Security\Authentication\bin>vssat setispbxexchflag -enable

  2. Run the following command to delete the domain NOM_MACHINES from the system.

    C:\Program Files\Veritas\Security\Authentication\bin>vssat deletepd --pdrtype ab --domain NOM_MACHINES@<system name>

  3. Run the following command to delete the broker domain vx:domain name.

    C:\Program Files\Veritas\Security\Authentication\bin>vssat deletebrokerdomain --domain vx:NOM_MACHINES@<system name> --broker <system name>:2821

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    If the NOM services are still not up, restart the pbx services and vxat services. Restarting the services helps in restarting the NOM manager. Once the NOM manager is up, you can start the NOM GUI.

See Upgrading from NetBackup Operations Manager to Symantec OpsCenter 7.1 on Windows


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