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  1. Hi Anil,
    I have seen many of the TSM tutorials that you have posted on Youtube. Very helpful. Thanks for them.

    1 question. I am using Operation Center to manage my TSM 7.1. 5 setup. Can you tell if there is a way to make Tape library and drive definition in the Operation Center GUI ? I have used the Command Builder utility to create that. However doing it from GUI would be an easier option.

    Also, can you point me to any tutorial, that mentions the differences between TSM Administator Center and Operation Center, and why is it advantages to use Operation Center for the latest versions of TSM.

    Thanks,

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    1. I know it is a late reply but just in case if you needed it still.

      Admin center is stopped from V6.3.4 and IBM introduced operation centre for next versions. You can 80% of the work through operations center which you generally do in command line. so it is better to learn OC for the future use.

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  2. Hi Anil Sir,

    This is ravi, am from testing background,
    I am planning to shift my carrier to TSM,
    Please suggest me the training institute to start up in Hyderabad
    I have plan to take up certification exam too while finishing the course.
    please do guide me that would be so helpful

    Thanks
    Ravi

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    1. Hello!

      Could you please tell more about TSM carrier ? As I know, TSM is additional experience for UNIX/Linux positions.

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  3. Hi Anil,

    In our organisation we are migrating the setup, so we need database of current environment to newly setup environment, the problem is we are transfering the tsmdb filesystem to new setup over the network..
    The issue is how we can transfer particular date files in database , for restore in new setup..

    Waiting for ur response..
    rkrockz@hotmail.com

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    1. Am not sure if it works. Ideally you should transfer entire DB filesystem not just particular data files. You probably want to take DB2 admin support for this query. Thanks

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  4. Hi Anil, your videos are too good and helpful . In our environment , We have TDPO configuration and DB2 configuration on Linux and AIX server . Please upload with TDPO and DB2 configuration on Linux and Aix environment . And how to configure DATA domain with TSM , Please please help me out , i really appreciate

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  5. Hi Anil , How to configure data domain with TSM , and TDPO Configration on Unix and Linux server pleasse share this video ,it will be help us lots ,, Thank you

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    1. Hi, I dont have those videos at the moment. I will upload them when i get them. If anybody have good tsm videos mail me so that i can let you upload them so that everybody can learn.

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  6. Hi Anil,
    I have seen many of the TSM tutorials that you have posted on Youtube. Very helpful. Thanks for them.

    wt is diff b/w migrating data and move data?


    thanks...

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    1. Migration is the process of sending entire data from disk storagepool to tape storagepool within primary pools. With move data, you can move particular node data or group of nodes data from one storagepool to another storagepool.

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    2. With "move data" you can move data only from one storage pool volume to other storage pool volumes. Don't confuse move data with "move NODEDATA". With migration you can move data from one storage pool to another storage pool within storage pool hierarchy.

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    3. Hi Petro,

      What you said is right. Thanks for the correction.

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  7. Hi
    Could you tell me how to create a STG pool and device class for SAP for Oracle in AIX,
    Normally data backup size is 320G to 620G around, what is the good method to backup and is it
    possible to backup this system in to Diskpool ?

    TSM server OS version :- ReadHat 7
    TSM version :- spectum Protect 8.1
    Client 0S ;- AIX 7

    SAP DB size is 230 to 670 G
    two tape drive available
    07 -AIX LPAR need to be backup different type of SAP system with in different retention period

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    1. Hi,

      Since your SAP DB size is small, you can diskpools to take backups. Create 2 stgpools, one for archive-log backups and another for online/offline SAP DB backups. Check the below link and subsequent links for detailed instructions for protecting SAP landscape.

      http://www.tsmtutorials.com/2014/02/ibm-tdp-sap-for-oracle-v6-backup-plan.html

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  8. HI Anil
    IT will really help full thank a lot I have created as bellow
    Storage Storage Device
    Pool Name Pool Type Class Nam

    online_SAPDB_POOL Primary TAPE
    offline_SAPDB_POOL Primary TAPE
    SAP_LOG Primary DISK
    COPY_online_SAPDB_POOL SECONDARY TAPE
    COPY_offline_SAPDB_POOL SECONDARY TAPE
    COPY_DB_POOL_SECONDY SECONDARY TAPE

    and how to we assign policy set for that , it should configure in TSM level or Oracle , and please explain how to configure bellow requirement as example
    14day backup and 7day archived

    nice day

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  9. For TDP SAP, data retention policies are configured in initSID.utl file initSID.sap file. Check this link for more info
    http://www.tsmtutorials.com/2014/02/tsm-tdp-sap-oracle-install-upgrade-steps.html

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