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Re: Many warnings

How can I put it back to aliases from command line?

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Re: Many warnings

I thought that it will help me with warnings...

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Re: Many warnings

From the error it looks like NetWorker thinks your backup servers hostname is changed. Did you edit the hosts file on the backup server? If the shortname mentioned just after the IP, like follows :

1.1.1.1     backupserver    backupserver.xxx.com

either ways get the following output

# nsradmin -d "path_to_nsr\res\nsrdb"

nsradmin> . type: nsr client; name: backup_server_hostname

nsradmin> option hidden

nsradmin> show name; aliases

nsradmin> print

nsradmin> . type: nsr client; name: backup_server_hostname.fqdn.com

nsradmin> option hidden

nsradmin> show name; aliases

nsradmin> print

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Re: Many warnings

Hi,

Did you make any changes in either DNS or hosts file? If so please revert those changes back.

As for the change of the alias, well, that is not really good practice, but to solve it please follow these steps:

On NW server run the following command:

nsradmin -d /nsr/res/nsrdb   <- This has to be the correct path to the nsrdb folder

nsradmin>. type: nsr client; name:server_name

nsradmin>update aliases: server_name, server_name.domain.com

update?y

(Type y every time you are asked for, as that will update every single client entry for the server)

nsradmin>quit

Thank you,

Carlos

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Re: Many warnings

What does this line perform? Does it delete nsrdb?

nsradmin -d /nsr/res/nsrdb

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Re: Many warnings

unknown command "-d"

my NW is on the WS2008

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Re: Many warnings

Maximus,

       -d allows you to connect to the nsrdb when the nsrd is down. Ensure all the services are down both nsrd and nsrexecd then run the following command:

nsradmin -d "C:\Program Files\Legato\nsr\res\nsrdb"

Then follow what Carlos has mentioned in his post.

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

nsradmin>. type: nsr client; name:server_name

nsradmin>update aliases: server_name, server_name.domain.com

update?y

(Type y every time you are asked for, as that will update every single client entry for the server)

nsradmin>quit

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

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Re: Many warnings

I updated resources... but have the same error.

thank you for help

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Re: Many warnings

Can you provide the output of the command from my previous post. Also, let us know the output of the command - hostname

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Re: Many warnings

thank you for your answers.

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