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lla=1500 set replserver PROD_SERVER On the DR TSM server to the Production TSM Server define server DR_SERVER SERVERPA=password hla= lla=1500 set replserver DR_SERVER Create a TSM node group on both TSM servers and add some nodes to it define nodegroup repl_group desc="Node Group for Replication" define nodegroupmember repl_group node1 define nodegroupmember repl_group node2 define nodegroupmember repl_group node2 On the production TSM server, enable replication for each node: update node node1 replstate=enabled update node node2 replstate=enabled update node node3 replstate=enabled On the production TSM server, add an admin schedule to run the replication: define schedule replicate_nodes type=admin cmd="replicate node repl_group wait=yes" desc="3 Hourly Node Replication Schedule" dayofweek=any period=3 perunits=hours active=yes starttime= Now all 3 nodes will replicate their backup data to the DR server every three hours.You can check the progress of replication with the Query Process command.Filespaces can be in 4 states as shown in the output above.Note that if the nodes are deduplicated then the 'Amount Transferred' represents the deduplicated bytes sent.Also, if you keep issuing the Query Process command you will notice that the replication statistics keep changing. When older releases of TSM started to run processes like replication they would sit for a long time while they worked out what to do.The easiest way to manage this is to combine similar nodes into node groups, so you work with groups of nodes rather than hundreds of individual nodes.



Node Replication TSM Command line Running processes in parallel Using the dsmcutil command The effect of ASNODE on restores Setting up an Enterprise Server Which IP ports does TSM use?

Compression, yes/no Compression Statistics Selective Compression by Directory How TSM allocates space on disk and tape Using Cache on Disk Storage Pools MAXSESSIONS and MAXSCHEDSESSIONS Password handling in Unix shell scripts Storage pool migration Controlling the amount of data going to the TSM scheduling and error logs Querying data transfer rates Encrypting the backup data Accessing 2 servers from 1 client Querying nodes associated with a schedule Synchronising your TSM server with the OS Canceling sessions and processes Investigating install problems How to configure an extra DSMCAD on Linux How to Configure a TSM Server on a Windows 2008 R2 Cluster The TSM team introduced a new function in version 6.3, the ability to replicate TSM nodes, or client backups, between TSM servers.



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