Maintenance Pack OpsCtr_ViewBuilder_7.1.0.2_winnt.x86.zip provides fixes to the Symantec OpsCenter/OpsCenter Analytics 7.1 ViewBuilder on 32-bit Windows.

Article:TECH165300  |  Created: 2011-07-22  |  Updated: 2013-10-24  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH165300
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Symantec OpsCenter for Microsoft Windows                               Sept, 2011

Version 7.1.0.2

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This Maintanence Release requires NetBackup 7.1 or higher be installed before applying.

This Maintenance Pack provides fixes for Symantec NetBackup (tm) OpsCenter for

Windows servers.

 

For additional information about new platform proliferations, new features,

end-of-life notifications, known issues, and the current Maintenance Pack content,

for NetBackup, refer to the following TechNote on the Symantec Support Web site:

 

    http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC4517

                                       

For more information about OpsCenter, refer to the symantec OpsCenter

Administrator's Guide on the Symantec Support Web site:

 

    http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3708

 

This Readme file is intended for the system administrator and other users that

are interested in this release of Symantec OpsCenter.

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Solution



 

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PACK DEPENDENCIES

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     -- Symantec OpsCenter 7.1 must be installed before you install this

        Maintenance Pack.

 

     -- Check the NetBackup OpsCenter Administrator's Guide for a list of the

        supported operating systems (OS), OS dependencies, and support issues.

 

 

 I.   SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

 II.  DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

 III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

 IV.  UN-INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

 V.   RELATED DOCUMENTS

 VI.  SYMANTEC OPSCENTER PRODUCT NEWS & UPDATES

 VII. GETTING HELP

 

 

 

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I. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

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Please refer to the "Installing Symantec OpsCenter" section of the

Symantec OpsCenter Administrator's Guide. Refer to the following

document on the Symantec Support Web site:

 

  http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3708

 

 

 

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II. DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

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Use the following procedure to download the OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack on

Windows. To download OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack

 

1)  Download the OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack from the Symantec Support

    Web site into a local temporary (/tmp) directory. 

 

    You can download the following files that correspond to the specific

    OpsCenter component that you want to upgrade:

 

    -  OpsCenter Server - OpsCtr_Server_7.1.0.2_<platform>.zip

    -  OpsCenter Agent - OpsCtr_Agent_7.1.0.2_<platform>.zip

    -  OpsCenter ViewBuilder - OpsCtr_ViewBuilder_7.1.0.2_<platform>.zip

 

2)  Extract the applicable zip file by double-clicking on it. For example, if

    you want to install OpsCenter Server software, double-click

    OpsCtr_Server_7.1.0.2_<platform>.zip

 

    That creates a number of files that include the Setup.exe file.

 

 

 

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III. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Use the following procedures to upgrade the OpsCenter 7.1 components to

OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 on Windows host systems.

 

Before you install this Maintenance Pack, please review the following items:

 

   -  Symantec recommends that you stop all the OpsCenter Server services 

      before installing 7.1.0.2 by following below steps:

      1. Open command prompt

      2. Navigate to <installdir>\OpsCenter\server\bin

      3. Run opsadmin.bat stop

 

      This recommendation is not applicable when you upgrade to 7.1.0.2 cluster.

 

   -  You must not run any other installation while installing

      OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 components. Additionally, after an installation is

      complete, you should wait for some time before you install other

      OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 components.

 

   -  If you try to install OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 components on a system where

      OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 is already installed, the installer runs in a

      Maintenance mode and lets you repair or remove the OpsCenter 7.1.0.2

      component that is installed on your system.

 

 

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To install OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2:

 

1)  Log on to the OpsCenter system as Administrator.

 

2)  Navigate to the temporary location where you extracted the zip file.

 

3)  Run Setup.exe by double-clicking on the icon from File Manager or Windows

    Explorer. You can alternatively run the Setup.exe from the command prompt.

 

    The Welcome Page of the Installation Wizard appears.

 

4)  The Installation Wizard detects an existing installation of OpsCenter

    Server 7.1 on the system. The following message is displayed on the

    Welcome screen:

 

       The Installation has detected that the following software is

       already installed on your system: Symantec OpsCenter Server: Version 7.1.

       Click Next to continue.

 

5)  Read the license agreement, check ‘I accept the terms of the license

    agreement’ and then click Next.

 

    The installer shows the summary of the installation settings.

 

6)  Check Save summary to option to save the installation summary. Click

    Browse to save the installation summary in your preferred location.

 

7)  Click Install to begin the installation. The installer installs the 

    OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 software.

 

    After a successful installation, you can view the installation logs

    or view the Readme.

 

8)  Click Finish.

 

    The installation logs are generated in the following location:

 

    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Symantec\OpsCenter\

    INSTALLLOGS\OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

 

    Symantec recommends that you save the OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

    file before you install any other OpsCenter component. That is because

    this file gets overwritten when you install another OpsCenter component.

 

    For more information on how to install or upgrade OpsCenter, refer to

    the NetBackup OpsCenter Administrator's Guide, available on the Symantec

    Support Web site.

 

      http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3708

 

 

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To install OpsCenter Agent 7.1.0.2:

 

1)  Log on to the OpsCenter system as Administrator.

 

2)  Navigate to the temporary location where you extracted the zip file.

 

3)  Run Setup.exe by double-clicking on the icon from File Manager or Windows

    Explorer. You can alternatively run the Setup.exe from the command prompt.

 

    The Welcome Page of the Installation Wizard appears.

 

4)  The Installation Wizard detects an existing installation of OpsCenter

    Server 7.1 on the system. The following message is displayed on the

    Welcome screen:

 

       The Installation has detected that the following software is

       already installed on your system: Symantec OpsCenter Agent: Version 7.1.

       Click Next to continue.

 

5)  Read the license agreement, check ‘I accept the terms of the license

    agreement’ and then click Next.

 

    The installer shows the summary of the installation settings.

 

6)  Check Save summary to option to save the installation summary. Click Browse

    to save the installation summary in your preferred location.

 

7)  Click Install to begin the installation. The installer installs OpsCenter

    Agent 7.1.0.2 software.

 

    After successful installation, you can view the installation logs or view

    the Readme.

 

8) Click Finish.

 

    The installation logs are generated in the following location:

 

    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Symantec\OpsCenter\

    INSTALLLOGS\OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

 

    Symantec recommends that you save the OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

    file before installing any other OpsCenter component. This is because this

    file gets overwritten when you install another OpsCenter component.

 

 

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To install OpsCenter ViewBuilder 7.1.0.2:

 

1)  Log on to the OpsCenter system as Administrator.

 

2)  Navigate to the temporary location where you extracted the zip file.

 

3)  Run Setup.exe by double-clicking on the icon from File Manager or Windows

    Explorer. You can alternatively run the Setup.exe from the command prompt.

 

    The Welcome Page of the Installation Wizard appears.

 

4)  The Installation Wizard detects an existing installation of OpsCenter

    ViewBuilder 7.1 on the system. The following message is displayed on the

    Welcome screen:

 

    The Installation has detected that the following software is already

    installed on your system: Symantec OpsCenter ViewBuilder: Version 7.1.

    Click Next to continue.

 

5)  Read the license agreement, check ‘I accept the terms of the license

    agreement’ and click Next.

 

    The installer shows the summary of the installation settings. 

 

6)  Check Save summary to option to save the installation summary. Click

    Browse to save the installation summary in your preferred location.

    Click Install to begin the installation. The installer installs

    OpsCenter ViewBuilder 7.1.0.2 software.

 

    After successful installation, you can view the installation logs or

    view the Readme.

 

7)  Click Finish.

 

    The installation logs are generated in the following location:

 

    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Symantec\OpsCenter\

    INSTALLLOGS\OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

 

    Symantec recommends that you save the OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm file

    before installing any other OpsCenter component. This is because this file

    gets overwritten when you install another OpsCenter component.

 

 

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To upgrade to Symantec OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 silently on Windows host systems:

 

A silent installation avoids the need for interactive input. A silent

installation uses a response file to automate OpsCenter installation. Use a

silent installation when you need to perform an identical installation on

several servers.

 

You must create a response file first and then use the file to perform a silent

installation. The procedure for creating a response file requires that you run

through the Installation Wizard. The values that you specify in the Wizard

pages are saved to the response file. You can also edit the response file if

required.

 

Note the following points about silent installation:

  - Silent installation of OpsCenter is only supported on Windows platforms.

  - Silent installation of OpsCenter is not supported on clusters.

 

 

To upgrade silently to OpsCenter Server:

 

1)  Log on as administrator to the system where you want to upgrade OpsCenter

    7.1 server software to 7.1.0.2.

 

2)  Open the command prompt on your system. Navigate to the temporary

    location where you extracted the zip file.

 

3)  Enter the following command:

 

       SETUP.EXE -NoInstall

 

    Note that the switch -NoInstall command is case sensitive.

 

    This command starts the Installation Wizard where you can specify your

    preferences. Note that the Installation Wizard creates the response file

    based on your inputs and does not install the product.

 

4)  The Symantec OpsCenter Installation Wizard appears. The Installation

    Wizard detects an existing installation of OpsCenter Server 7.1 on the

    system. The following message is displayed on the Welcome screen:

 

       The Installation has detected that the following software is already

       installed on your system: Symantec OpsCenter Server: Version 7.1

       Click Next to continue.

 

5)  Read the license agreement, check ‘I accept the terms of the license

    agreement’ and then click Next.

 

    The installer shows the summary of the installation settings. 

 

6)  Check Save summary to option to save the installation summary. Click

    Browse to save the installation summary in your preferred location.

 

7)  Click Install. Note that clicking Install does not install the product.

 

    The Installation Status screen is displayed. 

 

8)  Click Finish.

 

    A response file named LangMaintPack-<DD-MM-YY-HH-MIN-SS>.XML is created

    at the following location:

 

       %TEMP%\Symantec\OpsCenter 

 

    This XML file can be used to install OpsCenter Server software on multiple

    machines.

 

    Note: If you have generated the response file on a 32-bit machine, use this

    response file to install OpsCenter Server software on 32-bit machines only.

    Similarly, if you have generated the response file on a 64-bit machine, use

    this response file to install OpsCenter Server software on 64-bit machines

    only.

 

9)  On the command prompt, ensure that you are in the directory where

    SETUP.EXE is located.

 

10) Enter the following command to run the silent installation:

 

    SETUP -Silent -RespFile <path of the response file for OpsCenter Server>

 

    Example: Setup -Silent -RespFile C:\LangMaintPack-19-04-10-06-11-31.xml

 

    Note that the switches -Silent and -RespFile are case sensitive.

 

11) The installation logs are generated at the following location:

 

       %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\SYMANTEC\OPSCENTER\INSTALLLOGS\

       OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

 

    Symantec recommends that you save the OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

    file after you have installed OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2. This is because

    this file gets overwritten when you install another OpsCenter component.

 

    After successful installation, you can see Symantec OpsCenter

    Server 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack in Add/Remove Programs.

 

 

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To upgrade silently to OpsCenter Agent:

 

1)  Log on as administrator to the system where you want to upgrade OpsCenter

    7.1 server software to 7.1.0.2.

 

2)  Open the command prompt on your system. Navigate to the temporary

    location where you extracted the zip file.

 

3)  Enter the following command:

 

       SETUP.EXE -NoInstall

 

    Note that the switch -NoInstall command is case sensitive.

 

    This command starts the Installation Wizard where you can specify your

    preferences. Note that the Installation Wizard creates the response file

    based on your inputs and does not install the product.

 

4)  The Symantec OpsCenter Installation Wizard appears. The Installation

    Wizard detects an existing installation of OpsCenter Server 7.1 on the

    system. The following message is displayed on the Welcome screen:

 

       The Installation has detected that the following software is already

       installed on your system: Symantec OpsCenter Agent: Version 7.1

       Click Next to continue.

 

5)  Read the license agreement, check ‘I accept the terms of the license

    agreement’ and then click Next.

 

    The installer shows the summary of the installation settings. 

 

6)  Check Save summary to option to save the installation summary. Click

    Browse to save the installation summary in your preferred location.

 

7)  Click Install. Note that clicking Install does not install the product.

 

    The Installation Status screen is displayed. 

 

8)  Click Finish.

 

    A response file named LangMaintPack-<DD-MM-YY-HH-MIN-SS>.XML is created

    at the following location:

 

       %TEMP%\Symantec\OpsCenter 

 

    This XML file can be used to install OpsCenter Agent software on multiple

    machines.

 

    Note: If you have generated the response file on a 32-bit machine, use this

    response file to install OpsCenter Agent software on 32-bit machines only.

    Similarly, if you have generated the response file on a 64-bit machine, use

    this response file to install OpsCenter Agent software on 64-bit machines

    only.

 

9)  On the command prompt, ensure that you are in the directory where

    SETUP.EXE is located.

 

       Installing Symantec OpsCenter 7.1.0.2

       Installing Symantec OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 on Windows and UNIX

 

10) Enter the following command to run the silent installation:

 

    SETUP -Silent -RespFile <path of the response file for OpsCenter Agent>

 

    Example: Setup -Silent -RespFile C:\LangMaintPack-19-04-10-06-11-31.xml

 

    Note that the switches -Silent and -RespFile are case sensitive.

 

11) The installation logs are generated at the following location:

 

    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\SYMANTEC\OPSCENTER\INSTALLLOGS\

    OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

 

    Symantec recommends that you save the OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm file

    after you have installed OpsCenter Agent 7.1.0.2. This is because this file

    gets overwritten when you install another OpsCenter component.

 

    After successful installation, you can see Symantec OpsCenter Agent 7.1.0.2

    Maintenance Pack in Add/Remove Programs.

 

 

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To upgrade silently to OpsCenter ViewBuilder 7.1.0.2:

 

1)  Log on as administrator to the system where you want to upgrade OpsCenter

    7.1 ViewBuilder software to 7.1.0.2.

 

2)  Open the command prompt on your system. Navigate to the temporary

    location where you extracted the zip file.

 

3)  Enter the following command:

 

       SETUP.EXE -NoInstall

 

    Note that the switch -NoInstall is case sensitive.

 

    This command starts the Installation Wizard where you can specify your

    preferences. Note that the Installation Wizard creates the response file

    based on your inputs and does not install the product.

 

4)  The Welcome Page of the Installation Wizard appears. The Installation

    Wizard detects an existing installation of OpsCenter ViewBuilder 7.1 on

    the system. The following message is displayed on the Welcome screen:

 

    The Installation has detected that the following software is already

    installed on your system: Symantec OpsCenter ViewBuilder: Version 7.1.

    Click Next to continue.

 

5)  Read the license agreement, check ‘I accept the terms of the license

    agreement’ and then click Next.

 

6)  The installer shows the summary of the installation settings. Check Save

    summary to option to save the installation summary. Click Browse to save

    the installation summary in your preferred location.

 

7)  Click Install. Note that clicking Install does not install the product.

 

    The Installation Status screen is displayed.

 

8)  Click Finish.

 

    A response file named LangMaintPack-<DD-MM-YY-HH-MIN-SS>.XML is created

    at the following location:

 

    %TEMP%\Symantec\OpsCenter

 

    This XML file can be used to install OpsCenter ViewBuilder software on

    multiple machines.

 

    Note: If you have generated the response file on a 32-bit machine, use

    this response file to install OpsCenter ViewBuilder software on 32-bit

    machines only. Similarly if you have generated the response file on a

    64-bit machine, use this response file to install OpsCenter ViewBuilder

    software on 64-bit machines only.

 

9)  On the command prompt, ensure that you are in the directory where

    SETUP.EXE is located.

 

10) Enter the following command to run the silent installation:

 

    SETUP -Silent -RespFile <path of the response file for OpsCenter

    ViewBuilder>

 

    Example: Setup -Silent -RespFile C:\LangMaintPack-07-05-10-06-11-31.xml

 

    Note that the switches -Silent and -RespFile are case sensitive.

 

11) The installation logs are generated at the following location:

 

    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\SYMANTEC\OPSCENTER\INSTALLLOGS\

    OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm

 

    Symantec recommends that you save the OpsCenterMaintPackInstallLog.htm file

    after you have installed OpsCenter ViewBuilder 7.1.0.2. This is because

    this file gets overwritten when you install another OpsCenter component.

 

    After a successful installation, you can see the 

    SymantecOpsCenterViewBuilder 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack in Add/Remove Programs.

 

 

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About editing the OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 response file

 

You can edit the response file to change any inputs that you provided to the

Installation Wizard. The silent installation is based on these inputs. To edit

the response file, open it and modify the Value field for the applicable

install property.

 

The following are the contents of a sample response file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?>

    <XML_Install>

    <OpsCenter_MaintPack>

    <InstallProperty Name="RAN_SETUP" Value="1" />

    <InstallProperty Name="INSTALLDIR" Value="C:\Program Files\Symantec" />

    </OpsCenter_MaintPack>

    </XML_Install>

 

For example, you can modify the OpsCenter installation location in this

response file by changing the value of INSTALLDIR property from

C:\Program Files\Symantec to D:\Symantec.

 

Note that the text that you enter or modify in the response file is case

sensitive.

 

You must save the response file after you modify it.

 

Note: Symantec recommends that you do not change the value of RAN_SETUP.

 

 

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About tracking the progress of a silent installation and troubleshooting tips

 

When a silent installation is in progress, you can see SETUP.EXE process running

in the Processes tab of the Windows Task Manager. In addition, you will also

find multiple msiexec.exe processes running in the Task Manager.

 

You can also track if a silent installation is in progress by checking the size

of Vxinst.log file. The size of Vxinst.log file increases as silent installation

progresses. The Vxinst.log file is generated in:

 

    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\SYMANTEC\OPSCENTER\INSTALLLOGS.

 

 

 

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To install OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 on a cluster:

 

1)  Before you install the OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack, ensure that

    Symantec OpsCenter is at release level 7.1 and configured to run in a

    cluster.

 

2)  Ensure that the OpsCenter group is online.

 

3)  Freeze the OpsCenter group. Use the following command to freeze the

    OpsCenter group:

 

       hagrp -freeze <oc_group> -persistent

 

       where <oc_group> is the name of the OpsCenter group.

 

4)  Install OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 on all the inactive nodes of the cluster.

 

5)  Install OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 on the active node of the cluster.

 

6)  Unfreeze the OpsCenter group. Use the following command:

 

       hagrp -unfreeze <oc_group>

 

       where <oc_group> is the name of the OpsCenter group.

 

7)  If the cluster is in a faulted state, clear the fault.

 

8)  Take the OpsCenter resource group offline.

 

    See the cluster documentation for more information.

 

9)  Bring the OpsCenter resource group online. Also verify that OpsCenter

    can failover properly in the cluster.

 

    See the cluster documentation for more information.

 

 

 

 

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IV. UNINSTALL INSTRUCTIONS

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Uninstalling OpsCenter OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2

 

1)  Log on to the target host as a user with administrator privileges.

 

2)  In the Windows Control Panel, click Add/Remove Programs.

 

3)  Click Symantec OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack and click Remove.

 

4)  Click Yes to confirm the uninstallation and remove Symantec OpsCenter

    Server 7.1.0.2 from your computer.

 

 

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To uninstall Symantec OpsCenter Agent 7.1.0.2 

 

1)  Log on to the target host as a user with administrator privileges.

 

2)  In the Windows Control Panel, click Add/Remove Programs.

 

3)  Click Symantec OpsCenter Agent 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack and click Remove.

 

4)  Click Yes to confirm the uninstallation and remove Symantec OpsCenter

    Agent 7.1.0.2 from your computer.

 

 

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To uninstall Symantec OpsCenter View Builder 7.1.0.2

 

1)  Log on to the target host as a user with administrator privileges.

 

2)  In the Windows Control Panel, click Add/Remove Programs.

 

3)  Click Symantec OpsCenter ViewBuilder 7.1.0.2 Maintenance Pack and click

    Remove.

 

4)  Click Next to continue and remove Symantec OpsCenter View Builder 7.1.0.2

    from your computer.

 

 

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To uninstall OpsCenter 7.1.0.2 from a cluster

 

1)  Log on to the 7.1.0.2 cluster as root.

 

2)  Ensure that the OpsCenter group is online.

 

3)  Freeze the OpsCenter group to prevent failover during the uninstall. Use

    the following command:

 

       hagrp -freeze <oc_group> -persistent

 

       where <oc_group> is the name of the OpsCenter group.

 

4)  Uninstall OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 from all the inactive nodes of the cluster.

 

5)  Uninstall OpsCenter Server 7.1.0.2 from the active node of the cluster.

 

6)  If the cluster is in a faulted state, clear the fault.

 

7)  Unfreeze the OpsCenter group. Use the following command:

 

       hagrp -unfreeze <oc_group>

 

       where <oc_group> is the name of the OpsCenter group.

 

8)  Take the OpsCenter resource group offline.

 

    See the cluster documentation for more information.

 

9)  Bring the OpsCenter resource group online. Also verify that OpsCenter can

    failover properly in the cluster.

 

    See the cluster documentation for more information.

 

 

 

 

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V. RELATED DOCUMENTS

====================

 

- Symantec OpsCenter Administrator's Guide

  This document provides information on how to use OpsCenter. 

  It includes information about how to monitor and manage NetBackup,

  collect data from Symantec and third-party products, generate 

  alerts, and create various reports. It also provides details

  on the difference between Symantec OpsCenter (the unlicensed

  version of the product) and Symantec OpsCenter Analytics

  (the licensed version of the product).

 

      http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3708

  

 

 

 

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VI. SYMANTEC OPSCENTER PRODUCT NEWS & UPDATES

=============================================

 

To receive Symantec OpsCenter product news and updates, sign up for

email notification as follows:

 

1)  Go to http://www.symantec.com

 

2)  Select Support.

 

3)  On the support page click on the Email Notification Services

    link.

 

4)  Enter the information requested and select your product from

    the available product list.

 

 

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VII. GETTING HELP

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For updated information about this product, including system

requirements, supported platforms, supported point products, and

a list of current patches available from Technical Support, visit

our web site:

 

  http://www.symantec.com/techsupp/

 

 

Symantec Technical Support can be reached by phone at:

 

  800-342-0652

 


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