[Veritas-bu] ltid not started

ratheesh.das at mindspeed.com ratheesh.das at mindspeed.com
Wed Feb 17 11:44:26 CST 2010

I also has a data domain and no tape device. So I dont have ltid running.

Thanks ,


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"smpt" <smpt1 at peppas.gr>
"'Victor Engle'" <victor.engle at gmail.com>, 
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02/17/2010 09:27 AM
Re: [Veritas-bu] ltid not started
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If you do not have any devices on the media server, then ltid is not 
active.  I have not use OST , but I do not see a reason for ltid to stay 
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Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 7:05 PM
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Subject: [Veritas-bu] ltid not started
I think this is probably normal behavior but I couldn't find confirmation 
in the docs. I have a media server which had a VTL configured. When the 
VTL was configured, the ltid daemon was running on the media server. The 
VTL is being replaced by data domain which will be used in non-VTL mode 
but as of now, there are no devices at all configured for this media 
server. When the daemons start on this system, ltid is not started. I 
assume this is because there are no devices for ltid to manage.
So I'm just looking for confirmation as to my assumption. Also, if using 
the data domain system in OST mode, should I expect to see ltid running on 
the system?
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