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Hi,We are going to refresh our Commserve server to a new hardware, but we are looking if its possible to deploy its DB on different SQL server. We searched Commvault documents but all deployment procedures found are to deploy DB on the same server.
Hi Team, I have getting an error in Our Commvault backup infra as follows below "The SCSI command to drive is stuck on the active drive controlling media agent” Please advice on this case
We’ve been using disk libraries on our offsite DR mediaagent for years now. We only store the last week of changed data in it in case of absolute disaster (we store a year’s worth of changes on our on-prem mediaagent).Our office just got a large amount of S3-compatible storage and gave us a path to it. I successfully added a new “S3-compatible” cloud library to my commserve and I can see it (a single mount path, vs the 50 mount paths my disk library has, going to each disk).My goal is to change my existing Storage Policy settings, the policy called “SSCC Auxilary Copy” so that it stops using the disk library, and starts using the Cloud library for all future Aux copies.I went into the properties of the Storage Policy and I see the tab “Data Paths” that only contains a single item, with the correct MediaAgent02 listed, and the current disk library, just also named “MediaAgent02” - I think this is what has to be changed. My new cloud library is named “DoIT-S3-Storage”.But when I click on
Just wanting a warm fuzzy on this setting…as we have been upgrading Commvault since v9...We have CacheMFTRecs added and set = 1 on all our Virtual Server proxy servers via several “Client Groups” that explicitly add it. The documentation (https://documentation.commvault.com/additionalsetting/details?name=%22CacheMFTRecs%22&id=2163) indicates “For Version 10 Service Pack 6A and higher, this key is enabled by default.”. We are on SP11, but I’m not seeing the setting set in the “Advanced settings” (It’s not even there to select) if I make a new Virtual Server proxy group.Question: So would it be ok to remove the CacheMFTRecs additional setting from the client groups, as “set by default” means its internally set to 1 inside the … errr...Virtual Server client or something... and not “set by default means “it is set by default inside a default client proxy group”? It feels like after Version 10 Service Pack 6A and higher, you would only manually add this to a virtual server proxy client
Hello Community,I have a MediaAgent/Access node in AWS account A. I want to backup EC2 instances in AWS accounts B and C. My AWS account A is supposed to have access to accounts B and C. Can I backup EC2 instance in other accounts?It seems to be supported based on this page:https://documentation.commvault.com/2022e/essential/107777_amazon_web_services_system_requirements.htmlAnd if it is supported, are there any specific requirements. I could not find any information on the Commvault Documentation page. Or at least I didn’t find it.Thanks so much for your help.
Hola estimados tengo un error al ejecutar una backups por schedule. Veo que en los el error es por los token. ¿Alguna idea de este error?
Hello all I have multiple Backup sets I want to create a rule on the backup set level to make sure that for example VM that is a member of backup sets does not belong to others is that possible?
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Hi to all,at a customer I perform an NDMP backup of a Volume containing a VMware Datastore (5 year retention).I need to change the backup type from NDMP to VSA backup (vCenter Client) protecting the entire Volume itself.My question is should I buy double the license capacity or does Commvault understand that it is protecting the same data?The customer has a TB capacitive "Complete" license.
1， Anyone could guide me how to install helm on windows access node？only download helm.exe from Github.2, where is system PATH of the Kubernetes access nodes?like this? Download the most recent Helm binary for your Kubernetes distribution from helm / helm on GitHub.Requirements are as follows: The Helm binary must be installed in the system PATH of the Kubernetes access nodes. The following labels are required on applications that are deployed by Helm chart: app.kubernetes.io/instance app.kubernetes.io/managed-by You can disable backups of helm charts. https://documentation.commvault.com/2022e/essential/124720_system_requirements_for_kubernetes.html
/ws/ddb and /opt/commvault/MediaAgent64/IndexCache are not mounted anymore after the faulty SSD replacementSSD has been replacedNode has been rebooted oncethe entry is in the /etc/fstab
Hello Commvault community,In case of VMware restore as native Azure VM, is there any way to manually select / set the Azure VM generation (V1 or V2)?I see in Commvault restore wizard, in VM sizes both gen1 & gen2 supported, but Im not sure If Im able to select the generation manually before restore..Please for your feedback!
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