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Command sequence for AIR configuration

Created: 11 Nov 2013 • Updated: 11 Nov 2013 | 5 comments

Hi,

I am trying to configure AIR with the help of commands.

please send me command sequence for AIR (auto image replication) for PureDisk based setting.

I required the command sequence for below doc.

Thanks in advance.

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Mark_Solutions's picture

You are asking quite a lot here for someone to do all this for you - there are an awful lot of commands involved to do all of this.

As you have your process document and know the steps needed then work through each one in conjunction with the NetBackup Commands Guide : http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5182

The main commands involved will be nbemmcmd, nbdevconfig, bpstuadd

Hope this helps - maybe someone does have the free time to do all of this for you but i have my doubts

Good luck

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vishal_nechclst's picture

Ok.

Thanks for your reply.

Could you please share command to add replication target on master server.

Marianne's picture

Why not simply use the GUI?

If you are not a consultant who needs to do this on a daily basis at multiple sites, I really don't see the need for commands and/or scripts.

I bet even Mark (who is a consultant and has configured this more than any other person that I know) is using the GUI. It is only a couple of short steps and clicks...

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vishal_nechclst's picture

Hi Marianne,

Thanks for reply !

But i requried commands for Automation.

Mark_Solutions's picture

It will be nbdevconfig to do it but i haven't pinned down the latest command for it yet

This tech note indicates a new -setreplicationconfig switch but not many details and it doesnt recognise it on my 7.5 system

http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO72710

You will have to keep digging or hope someone from Symantec has access to the latest commands

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