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  • #46406 Reply
    sijil
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    can any body tell me the procedure of taking backup of
    apz(not cp)in axe apz40 node

    #46407 Reply
    Samurai Jack
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    Hi Sijil, could u explain to me what is the difference between apz and cp. In my oppinion it is the same thing.

    #46408 Reply
    samuri
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    like in axe-10 there are to backup cp backup,sp backup same in apz40 (cp and apz)

    #46409 Reply
    lest33ph
    Guest

    hi,
    if apz40 = apg40 ?
    you need to do “burbackup” command.

    #46410 Reply
    vvasil
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    APZ40 IS THE CP AND ITS NOT EQUAL TO APG40 (APG40 IS THE EVOLUTION OF IOG20). SO THE DUMP PROCEDURE IS THE SAME AS IN APZ30 OR 33 (SYBUE; – SYBUP:FILE=RELFSWXX; ……). THE PART THAT HAS BEEN CHANGED DUE TO THE FACT THAT YOU NO LONGER HAVE IOG20 BUT APG40 IS THE WAY YOU TRANSFER THE DUMP TO EXTERNAL MEDIA (THE DAT TAPE OF THE APG40). BURBACKUP IS FOR APG40, IT BACKUPs UP WINDOWS NT.

    CP BACK UP IN EXCHANGE WITH APG40

    1. Initiate a manual dump to highest RELFSW file of FFR:

    SYBUE;
    SYBUP:FILE=RELFSW2;

    Wait for the result printout.

    2. Check : SYBFP:FILE;

    The dump is located to L:\FMS\ DATA\ CPF\ RELVOLUMSW\ RELFSW2
    in active node of APG40.

    3. Check through pc anywhere in active node that the SMO file is empty. SMO file is
    located in : L:\FMS\DATA\TMP\SMO.
    If not, delete it with right click.

    4. Transfer the dump in SMO file of (L) directory:

    Cpfport -e relfsw2 L:\FMS\DATA\TMP\SMO

    Check SMO file.

    5. Transfer dump from Hard Disk to DDS Tape:

    Put a tape on active node of APG40.
    Through pc anywhere:
    Programs  administrative tools (common)  back up
    Go to drivers, choose directory L:\FMS\DATA\TMP\SMO
    And click X only to the FILES that need to be transferred.
    Click BACK UP button, in back up information choose append or replace (according to
    what you need).
    Put a name on description and click OK.
    When the transfer is finished check with tape button the tape.

    6. SYTUC;

    7. SYBFP:FILE;

    8. SYBUI;

    APG 40 BACK UP

    1. Login to the active node of APG40:
    prcstate
    hostname

    Check that in C:\ directory a DIR with name bur exists:

    C:\
    cd bur

    2. Store the partition information of the data disks into the directory c:\ bur

    burbackup -savedatadiskinfo c:\bur\name.ddi.

    Wait for the printout:
    Execute burBackup with these parameters:
    -SaveDataDiskInfo c:\bur\name.ddi
    [y=yes, n=no]?: y (Write y for yes)

    Wait for the printout:
    Partition information of disks 2-4 successfully saved in c:\bur\name.ddi

    3. Check that the partition is saved with the exact name to c:\bur:
    C:\
    cd bur
    dir

    4. Check that in C:\ directory of the passive node a file with name bur exists (step 1). Copy the name.ddi from the active node to passive:

    copy c:\bur\name.ddi \\passivenodename\c$\bur

    Wait for the printout:

    1 file(s) copied.

    5. Connect to the passive node of APG:

    prcstate
    hostname

    6. Copy the contents of the C:\ partition to D:\ :

    burbackup

    Give image name:

    Image name: xxxxx

    Wait for the printout:

    Execute burBackup with these parameters:
    -src C:\
    -dest D:\
    -ImageName “xxxxx”
    [y=yes, n=no]?: y (Write y for yes)

    Wait for the printout:

    burBackup execution completed
    903 directories and 8853 files copied or equal and 0 files locked

    7. Login to the active node and check that K:\images exists :

    k:

    cd images

    cd Nodea (or b)

    8. When the back up to D:\ has finished, a copy of the back up should be zipped and transferred as one file to the directory images on the K:\ drive.

    Login to the passive node of APG and give the following command:

    prcstate
    passive

    hostname

    burbackup -src D:\ -imgdest \\clustername\images\node passive\name.zip

    Wait for the printout:

    Execute burBackup with these parameters:
    -src D:\
    -imgdest \\bth12c\images\nodea\bth12a_190106.zip
    [y=yes, n=no]?: y (Write y for yes)

    Wait for the printout:
    burBackup execution completed

    9. The zip file should now be verified.
    burverify –i \\activenodename\images\Node(a/b)\name.zip

    Wait for the printout:
    ok

    10. Log out from passive node and login to active node. Check in the k:\images that the file exists:

    k:

    cd images

    cd Nodea(or b)

    dir

    11. Change the node state from active to passive using restart command:

    prcstate
    active

    hostname

    prcboot

    Wait for the printout:

    Do you want to REBOOT this node ? [y(es)/n(o)]: y (Write y for yes)

    Wait for the printout:

    REBOOT INITIATED!

    12. Connect to the new passive node of APG:
    prcstate
    passive

    hostname

    13. Repeat steps 6-9 in the passive node because we need a back up in the other node of APG.

    #46411 Reply
    M ANAND DEEPAK
    Guest

    how to change the APG from active to passive without a reboot to APG

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