[Veritas-bu] return code "1" on backups regarding OTM !!!!
David A. Chapa
david at datastaff.com
Wed Nov 29 08:53:08 CST 2000
Why not just use the java interface to configure your NT clients? You can
modify all of these 'REG' entries without having to touch the registry.
If you don't like the java administrative interface, then you can try the
Windows NT Administrative Client, this will accomplish the same thing for
David A. Chapa
847 413 1144
On Tue, 28 Nov 2000, Ayaz Mudarris wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 28, 2000 at 02:42:46PM +0100, Dave Pearson (EML) wrote:
> > < a good practise for OTM is to change the default config from
> > "fail backup if OTM fails" to "continue without OTM", so if the
> > OTM cache is full, the backup will still continue instead of
> > failing. >
> > Any advice (apart from RTFM) on how to do this?
> Make a file called veritas.reg with the contents shown below,
> between START and END blocks.
> Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
> And run it on your NT/2k boxes
> Here's what they mean:
> OTM_Cache_Size_Max 0 (auto adjusting)
> OTM_Cache_Size_Init 0 (auto adjusting)
> OTM_Current = "NO" (Default), "YES," or "ALL."
> YES = Good for "ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES" backups that do not require synchronization.
> NO = Good for "ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES" backups that require synchronization.
> ALL = Use for Multiple Data Stream backups.
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