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VERITAS NetBackup (Tm) 5[1].1 System Administrators Guide for UNIX, Volume I

VERITAS NetBackup (Tm) 5[1].1 System Administrators Guide for UNIX, Volume I

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In order to administer a server from another master server make sure that the following
conditions are true:

◆ The destination server is operational.

◆ NetBackup daemons are running on both hosts.

◆ There is a valid network connection.

◆ The user has administrative privileges on the destination host.

◆ The current host is listed in the server list of the destination host “Adding a
NetBackup Server to a Server List” on page 420. This is not required for a media
server, client, media and device management, or device monitoring.

To ensure that the new server entry is used by all NetBackup processes that require it,
stop and restart:

◆ The NetBackup Database Manager and NetBackup Request Manager services on
the remote server if it is Windows.

◆ The NetBackup Database Manager (bpdbm) and NetBackup Request Manager
(bprd) on the remote server if it is UNIX.

(See “Managing Daemons” on page 413 for information on starting and stopping
daemons.)

◆ Authentication is set up correctly, if used.

◆ If you have problems changing servers when configuring media or devices or
monitoring devices:

◆ If the remote server is Windows, verify that the NetBackup Volume Manager
service is running on that server and start it if necessary.

◆ If the remote server is UNIX, verify that the Media Manager Volume daemon is
running on that server and start it if necessary.

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NetBackup System Administrator’s Guide for UNIX, Volume I

Using the NetBackup-Java Windows Display Console

◆ If you cannot access devices on the remote host, it may be necessary to add a SERVER
entry to the vm.conf file on that host. See the Media Manager System Administrator’s
Guide for instructions.

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