Deactivating a BMR boot server on a UNIX or Linux system

Article:HOWTO68835  |  Created: 2012-02-06  |  Updated: 2012-02-06  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO68835
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Deactivating a BMR boot server on a UNIX or Linux system

Deactivate a BMR boot server by using the following procedure.

To deactivate a BMR boot server on a UNIX or Linux system

  1. On the NetBackup BMR master server, run the following command to determine the boot server name:

    /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bmrs -o list -r bootserver

    This command lists all BMR boot servers.

  2. Log on as the root user to the BMR boot server host.

  3. On the NetBackup BMR master server, run the following command to delete the boot server name from the BMR database:

    /usr/openv/netbackup/bin bmrsetupboot -deregister

On successful execution of the command, the boot server instance is not visible in NetBackup Administrator Console: NetBackup Administrator > BMR Menu > Boot server. Unregistering stops the BMR Boot server daemon running.

Note:

BMR Boot server deactivation does not remove SRTs hosted by the BMR Boot server. The SRTs will exist in case they need to be imported by another BMR Boot server or the same Boot server if enabled again in the future.


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