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Surendhar.j | 04 Apr 2014 | 1 comment

Hi all,

we are facing some issue, when i restore sharepoint Item from Back-up Tape,job says successful but Item not restore,we have updated service pack-4,still we are facing this kind of issue

 

Kindly advice on 

 

 

THanks & Regards

Surendhar.J

Artegic | 01 Apr 2014 | 0 comments

In https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/lin... I reported being surprised by my Backup Exec 2012 installation accusing me of a license violation (translated from German):

     Message:       Linux Media Server Option-License Violation
                    The trial period for the Linux Media Server Option has expired.
                    You must acquire the Linux Media Server Option or deactivate the devices.
        ...

Hadley Robinson | 14 Mar 2014 | 0 comments

V-79-57344-65245 - A failure occurred accessing the object list error solved

SymTerry | 28 Feb 2014 | 0 comments

Upgrading… For System Administrators, this can be a painful idea.  What are the new hardware requirements? Where do I get the software? What is the correct process for my environment’s upgrade? So much has to be planned for with minimal downtime in mind.

Symantec has a great one-stop shop for tools and services supporting NetBackup upgrades and troubleshooting, the SORT Web Portal (https://sort.symantec.com/netbackup). SORT stands for Symantec Operations Readiness Tools and simplifies some of the most time-consuming administrator tasks. It helps you identify risks in your datacenters and improve operational efficiency, enabling you to manage the complexity associated with datacenter architectures and scale.

For NetBackup upgrades, there are data collection tools that point out common issues, identify installation and upgrade requirements, track product licenses, and gather data for support troubleshooting. ...

Mark_Solutions | 25 Feb 2014 | 0 comments

My experience of an easy oversight during a staged upgrade and a word of warning for users whose Catalog backup may look OK but may be of no use!

Alex Sakaguchi | 22 Jan 2014 | 2 comments

Virtual environments are growing fast, data is growing faster, and new demands are being placed on IT to deliver better. Enterprises need to be able to grow, transform, and modernize their data center to support these trends, but they need to do it in a SCALBLE way that’s not going to put them at risk. That’s where NetBackup comes in – the backup product that 80 of the top Global Fortune 100 companies choose to protect their data.

Sat-Chit-ananda | 22 Jan 2014 | 0 comments

Respected forum members,

This is my first ever thread. I have tried to make it as informative as possible.This blog is inspired by Curtis Preston's blog .http://searchdatabackup.techtarget.com/tip/Tape-backup-best-practices-How-to-improve-tape-storage-performance but not copy/paste job.I have used only headings from that article.

Tape is not going to go away as much as I like to throw it out.So to get best out of Tape drives in Netbackup based environment with Disk staging,please have your Architect hat ON and procced furthur.

Understand the limits of your tape drive

 LTO-4 tape drive's maximum native (uncompressed) transfer rate is 120 MB/s. LTO-4 Drives we used had about 128MB of SRAM as cache. More data you are able to send to the drive cache more faster your drive is going to perform.

Below table gives you speed and capacity numbers for each LTO drive type and media.My goal was to achive 240MB/s in my environment...

Satkay Satish | 20 Dec 2013 | 0 comments

Thus we were able to snoop the query and modify as per requirement. Connected to ASA DB and ran the query.
The output was then processed to produce report