[Veritas-bu] VSS or Microsoft Shadow Copy Provider
juanino at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 31 10:40:57 CST 2005
bpclient will do it from the command line as well.
--- Paul Keating <pkeating at bank-banque-canada.ca>
> If it's similar to 5.0.....
> In the admin GUI,
> Host Properties -> Master Servers -> double click
> the appropriate master
> server to connect, then right click -> properties.
> Select "Client Attributes".
> hit the "Add" button....enter the name of the client
> you want to disable
> VSS on, hit add, then close.
> Once the client is in the list there, click on it to
> highlight it, then
> click on the Windows Open File Backup tab on the
> upper right.
> Take the "check" out of "Enable Windows Open File
> Backup for the
> client"...then ok everything.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
> [mailto:veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu] On
> Behalf Of Jones,
> Rick - IST contractor
> Sent: March 31, 2005 10:31 AM
> To: veritas-bu at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
> Subject: [Veritas-bu] VSS or Microsoft Shadow Copy
> Using 5.1, master is Solaris, we have had very high
> tread counts
> when attempting certain window's backup. This has
> been trace to VSS.
> Realizing that VSS or Microsoft Shadow Copy
> Provider can be
> disable by disabling the service on a window's box,
> I have a box that
> because it's the end of the month I can't modify.
> The question is from
> the NetBackup perspective is there anyway I can tell
> NetBackup not to
> try to start the VSS service when it attempts a
> Rick Jones
> System Administrator
> Mary Kay, Inc. Office 2.029
> 972.687.4327 fax: 972.687.1600
> Cell: 469.450.2478 pager: 877.502.1344
> Rick.Jones at mkcorp.com
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