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Veritas in 32 bit

Created: 10 Aug. 2012 | 3 Kommentare

Hi All , 

I just started with Veritas VOlume Manager and Cluster , And i want to do it with Red Hat OS.

My System is 32 bit , My OS is also 32 bit , can you please specify which version along with link from where i can download

veritas storage foundation and cluster file system ,,,AND WHICH WON'T ASK LICENSE. 

Note - I tried "Q17083H.sf_ha.cd1.4.1.00.10.rhel4_i686.tar.gz" but it is always asking for key ...there is no later option.

So please guide me to do this at my home.....i do have rhel 4,5,6 but 32 bit , and want veritas 32 bit which wont ask license.

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Hi Apurva,

you need a 64 bit OS for the installation to happen , 32 bit OS won't work. Moreover 4.1 is an obsolete product, even if you get that installed on a 64 bit OS, you need a demo license to get that working ...

If you have a 64 bit OS, you can get latest 5.1 or 6.0 installed which has a keyless licensing feature, meaning you can install the product with a inbuild demo license for 60 days..

Hope this helps

G

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You can get trialware version here:

http://www.symantec.com/products/downloads/?inid=u...

G

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32 bit stopped being supported from SF 5.0, so SF 4.1 is the latest version that supports 32 bit and there is still "Assisted Support" for 4.1 until 2013-08-06 - see https://sort.symantec.com/eosl/show_detail/52588

You need demo keys for 4.1 and 5.0.  Keyless licencing (where you can run on eval for 60 without requiring a key) started in 5.1 for SF on Unix/Linux.  

Are you looking to run SF and VCS in Production on 32 bit or just on test servers or on a virtual machine on a client.

VCS supports 32 bit until 5.0, but this still requires a demo key.

Mike

UK Symantec Consultant in VCS, GCO, SF, VVR, VxAT on Solaris, AIX, HP-ux, Linux & Windows

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