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Error -59

Created: 29 Aug 2012 • Updated: 05 Nov 2012 | 6 comments
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Hi friends.

Access to the client was not allowed (59) .

I am using Redhat Linux Server and also my client machines have same OS installed.

I checked /usr/openv/netbackup/bp.conf on my client machine and found that the hostname is same as configured in Netbackup .

I am also able to ping my client machine using hostname from Master Server and vice versa.

Kindly let me know,how to resolve this issue.

Thank You

Regards

Girish

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Mark_Solutions's picture

Make sure your clients have the Master and Media Servers in their hosts files and vice versa - in short netbios and FQDN format

Setup bpcd log folder on the client to see exacty what it is complaining about

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Marianne's picture

In addition to above excellent posts, check that spelling in SERVER matches EXACTLY what is in hosts file. Check entries for all media servers that can backup this client.
As pointed out by Mark - client's bpcd log will tell you exactly how client resolves incoming IP address from the server and how it is compared with SERVER entries.

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rajeshthink's picture

Please provide the log output of bpcd of the client...

also please provide us the output of

/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/nbemmcmd -listhosts

you would  get the List of media server you have .

More over also try to ping and other connectivity command from the media server which you have provided in the STU is associated with.

you can also make media server entry from the master server Java console.

Cheer,

Rajesh Kumar

Possible's picture

Hi Girish,

You have not mentioned anything about media server in your concern.

Please check the correctness for IP/HOSTNAME by below command from media server.

bptestbpcd -verbose -debug -client <Client Name>.

Also go for Forward (Host Resolution) and Reverse (IP Resolution) by bpclntcmd from media and client.

bpcd logs on the client will help a lot...

Thanks.

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Mark_Solutions's picture

bear in mind that this thread is 2 months old with no reply from the original creator since it was made .. another "can you solve these" !

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