Maintenance Pack NB_DMP_60_6_M.hp_ux.tar provides updates and fixes for Veritas NetBackup (tm) Enterprise Server / Server 6.0 NDMP Agent on HP-UX platforms.

Problem

Maintenance Pack NB_DMP_60_6_M.hp_ux.tar provides updates and fixes for Veritas NetBackup (tm) Enterprise Server / Server 6.0 NDMP Agent on HP-UX platforms.

Solution

DMP 6.0GA Pack NB_DMP_60_6_M README February 7, 2008
Requirement: NB_CLT_60_6_M
================================================================================
This Maintenance Pack should only be applied to Veritas NetBackup (tm) UNIX
servers running NetBackup for Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP).

================================================================================


=================
PACK DEPENDENCIES
=================

-- Installation of this Maintenance Pack requires version 1.33.10.18
of the Vrts_pack.install.

-- NB_CLT_60_6_M client Maintenance Pack must be installed prior to
installing this Maintenance Pack.



I. NEW FEATURES AND PLATFORM PROLIFERATIONS
II. KNOWN ISSUES
III. DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS
IV. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
V. UNINSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
VI. CURRENT MAINTENANCE PACK INDEX
VII. MAINTENANCE PACK CONTENT
Conventions
Current Maintenance Pack
NB_DMP_60_6_M
Maintenance Pack History
NB_DMP_60_5_M
NB_DMP_60_4_M
NB_DMP_60_2_M



============================================
I. NEW FEATURES AND PLATFORM PROLIFERATIONS
============================================
Many new features, enhancements, and platform proliferations have been made
to NetBackup 6.0 MP6 in general. For a complete list of these additions, refer
to the New Features and Platform Proliferations section in the NB_CLT_60_6_M
online Readme that you installed prior to installing this package.




==================
II. KNOWN ISSUES
==================

This section contains known issues with this maintenance pack that have not
yet been fixed in NetBackup. These issues will likely be fixed in future
Maintenance Packs for this version of NetBackup.

There are no known issues with this maintenance pack.




==========================
III. DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS
==========================
1) Download NB_DMP_60_6_M_<6 digit number>.<platform>.tar into the
/tmp directory.

where <6 digit number> is an internal tracking identifier

where <platform> is: hp_ux, linux, rs6000, solaris

2) Extract NB_DMP_60_6_M_<6 digit number>.<platform>.tar
/bin/tar xvf NB_DMP_60_6_M_<6 digit number>.<platform>.tar

This will create the files
Vrts_pack.install
VrtsNB_DMP_60_6_M.README
VrtsNB_DMP_60_6_M.<platform>.tar.Z




=============================
IV. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
=============================
** The content of this online Readme supersedes the information in the Readme
contained in the download. **

As root on the NetBackup Server with NetBackup for NDMP:
1) Install Maintenance Pack binaries.

cd /tmp
/bin/sh Vrts_pack.install




=========================
V. UNINSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
=========================
Note: This will ONLY uninstall the Maintenance Pack from your local machine.

1) Close the NetBackup user interfaces.

Make sure the NetBackup server has no active jobs running (for
example, backups, restores, or duplications).

If a database agent is being used, such as Oracle,
ensure that the database services are stopped.

2) Change directory to the patch save directory.
Substitute the pack name for ${PACK.EN_US} in the following command:

cd /usr/openv/pack/${PACK.EN_US}/save

3) Run the un-install script:

./Vrts_pack.uninstall

4) Verify that the pack uninstalled successfully by checking
/usr/openv/pack/pack.history.

5) If necessary, restart the NetBackup and Media Manager daemons:
/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/goodies/netbackup start




==================================
VI. CURRENT MAINTENANCE PACK INDEX
==================================

This section contains a master index for all UNIX packages of Etracks that
have been fixed in this release, sorted according to the containers that
they comprise.


NB_60_6_M
---------
819221 1065715 1133900 971561 1051431 1064859 917571 1050256 1077696 1047273
786040 1086515 962767 937157 971736 1019102 1060918 1075048 1075976 1101998
1110609 1102522 1108542 1112393 1099114 1089269 1102716 1081386 1118152 1053711
1122376 1056577 1016205 1103635 1032459 1122873 1078507 1081410 856463 1119141
609282 788886 1125132 1074817 701767 1058587 930868 1124179 1128964 1115039
1061995 1032486 993132 1077799 1125794 1034245 991063 1067776 1062667 1129777
1130930 1131165 1131156 1101047 999338 862454 1059861 1132293 1072957 1087582
834749 1133604 1131174 1131176 1131169 1064771 1096991 1118074 1127677 1124931
1098793 1131177 1131183 1094037 1131285 1128915 1136368 1052440 1054432 1129714
1054522 1122310 1016365 1030320 1138853 1051726 1139766 1107694 1138823 1141194
1049452 1143290 1141860 1131162 1078652 1141801 1146112 1145873 1141129 1043447
1150050 1137310 1154517 1154458 829241 1152641 1142057 1157508 1077555 1161182
1161349 1163510 1161334 1167061 1166792 1150787 1151846 1174720 1162317 1159724
1177687 1173328 1176655 1176304 1177982 1177072 1178397 1140137 1183648 1176200
1182020 1177985 1182062 1173920 1186192 1187051 1165566 1190469 1143454 1055679
1188445 1190635 1190602 1188080 1198270 1210874

NB_ADC_60_6_M
-------------
1111632 1118215 1116287 1131098 1119235 1137969 1155362 1161161 1127680 1152595
1170164 791283 1178736 1183173 1179361 1186775 1187805

NB_BBS_60_6_M
-------------
1113798 1128744 1134158 1091226

NB_BMR_60_6_M
-------------
1100826 1116059 1109594 1115944 1119044 1130594 1131126 602147 1162774 1148909
1172182 1171778 1166347 1159518 1160487 1177593 1182143 1181897

NB_CLT_60_6_M
-------------
819221 1065715 1133900 971561 1051431 1064859 917571 1050256 1077696 1047273
786040 1086515 962767 937157 971736 1019102 1060918 1075048 1075976 1101998
1110609 1102522 1108542 1112393 1099114 1089269 1102716 1081386 1118152 1053711
1122376 1056577 1016205 1103635 1032459 1122873 1078507 1081410 856463 1119141
609282 788886 1044598 1126542 1126545 1125132 1074817 701767 1058587 930868
1124179 1128964 1115039 1061995 1032486 993132 1077799 1125794 1034245 991063
1067776 1062667 1129777 1130930 1131165 1131156 1101047 999338 862454 1059861
1132293 1072957 1087582 834749 1133604 1131174 1131176 1131169 1064771 1096991
1118074 1127677 1124931 1098793 1131177 1131183 1094037 1131285 1128915 1136368
1120743 786841 1052440 1054432 1129714 1054522 1122310 1016365 1030320 1138853
1051726 1139766 1107694 1138823 1141194 1049452 1143290 1141860 1131162 1078652
1141801 1146112 1145873 1141129 1043447 1150050 1137310 1154517 1154458 829241
1152641 1142057 1157508 1077555 1161182 1161349 1163510 1161334 1167061 1168990
1166792 1150787 1151846 1172601 1002113 1174720 1162317 1159724 1177687 1173328
1176655 1176304 1177982 1177072 1178397 1140137 1183648 1176200 1182020 1177985
1182062 1173920 1186192 1187051 1165566 1190469 1143454 1055679 1188445 1190635
1190602 1188080 1198270 1210874

NB_DB2_60_6_M
-------------
1014122 1152840

NB_DMP_60_6_M
-------------
1135508 1162159

NB_ENC_60_6_M
-------------
1172601

NB_INX_60_6_M
-------------
1112364

NB_JAV_60_6_M
-------------
1096255 1113358 1066322 1066330 1067652 1039772 1026840 1115060 1135357 1137877
1173731 1179942

NB_LOT_60_6_M
-------------
1095195 1075535 969293 1075540 1060843 1075552 1129723 1154418 1167648

NB_NOM_60_6_M
-------------
1131094 1131134 1131137 1131103 1131138 1131108 1137125 1171031 1167658 1167639
1170302 1186173

NB_ORA_60_6_M
-------------
1095133 1173881

NB_SAP_60_6_M
-------------
642819 637916 1082843

NB_SMC_60_6_M
-------------
1078643

NB_SMU_60_6_M
-------------
1101108 1114252 1157026

NB_SYB_60_6_M
-------------
1112364 1115046

NB_VLT_60_6_M
-------------
1104857 1075835 619266 1051239 1054735 1168696 1169329 1160350




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VII. MAINTENANCE PACK CONTENT
=============================
This section contains the maintenance pack conventions, content, and historical
content that is applicable to the release.

Conventions:
------------
The following list describes the conventions used in the subsections that
following this section. Each item listed in the Current Maintenance Pack
subsection describes a feature, enhancement, or issue fixed with this
Maintenance Pack.

Description
Describes a particular problem contained in this pack.

** Description **
Describes a problem that can lead to potential data loss. Please
read these problem descriptions carefully.

Workaround
Any available workarounds to a problem are also listed. Workarounds can be
used INSTEAD of applying the patch, however, Symantec strongly recommends
the "best practice" of being at the latest available patch level.

Additional Notes
Any additional information regarding a problem is included.



Current Maintenance Pack
------------------------
Each item listed in this section describes a feature, enhancement, or change
that comprises this Maintenance Pack. Please read this section thoroughly to
understand the contents of this update.
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Etrack Incident = ET1135508

Description:
Restoring from a multi-path NDMP backup may hang on a file from second
or later paths.

This type of backup fails with a restore from an NDMP backup that
included two or more paths, where the first path backed up completely
on one tape, then tape spanning occurred on a subsequent path. The
restore fails if a file from the first path is selected, then a file
that is completely on the second tape is selected.

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, restore files that are all within the same backup
path. If additional files are needed, restore them in a separate job.
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Etrack Incident = ET1162159
Associated Primary Etrack = ET1129884
Titan cases: 281-199-021 281-218-316

Description:
Remote NDMP backups fail with the following error:

"Error ndmpagent(pid=4100) Received continue when not PAUSED, state =
ACTIVE"


Workaround:
To resolve this issue, lower logging levels and make sure the fragment
size is not too small.
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Maintenance Pack History
------------------------

This section contains an accumulative list of all Maintenance Pack information
contained in previous releases.


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NB_DMP_60_5_M
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Etrack Incident = ET863277

Description:
Disk Access Record (DAR) information is not saved if type=TAR is set using
all capital letters.

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, use lower case letters when setting the type by using
the following command: set type=tar.
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Etrack Incident = ET863424

Description:
Because IBM markets NetApp filers, new checks have been added to search for
either "NetApp" or "IBM" as a filer vendor.

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Etrack Incident = ET863343

Description:
The restore would fail to recover the requested backed up files for Hitachi
filers.
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Etrack Incident = ET863306

Description:
Restoring a spanned backup would display the wrong number of restored KB's.


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Etrack Incident = ET276146

Description:
Changes were made to enhance the performance of an NDMP DAR restore to
optimize catalog calls. These changes also improved performance on the
restore of a large number of files.
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Etrack Incident = ET863338

Description:
An issue exists where you are unable to verify a spanned non-NDMP image
using an NDMP drive.

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, do not use an NDMP drive to verify a spanned
non-NDMP image.
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Etrack Incident = ET863353
Associated Primary Etrack = ET863346

Description:
A restore failure would occur that caused bptm to send the wrong image
length to ndmpagent.
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Etrack Incident = ET863363

Description:
Job details for backup shows NDMP_XDR_DECODE_ERR error message, even though
the job completes successfully. This occurred only when the backup job
spans tapes.

Workaround:
If the job completed successfully, this error can be ignored.
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Etrack Incident = ET863403
Titan cases: 280-516-588

Description:
The selected host does not have the service BPRD operating. (Error 25)

This problem occurred on Windows. The handle count for the process
"tldcd.exe" was very high (several thousand). This resulted in a lack
of resources that caused other processes, such as bprd, to fail.

Workaround:
Stopping and starting the Device Manager Services will cause a new tldcd
process. The old tldcd process will shutdown and release all its unclosed
handles.
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Etrack Incident = ET863430
Titan cases: 240-172-903

Description:
An NDMP backup this is greater than 4 terabytes (TB) fails on duplication.
The following error appears in the progress log:

ERR - Unable to create data socket to receive TIR data.

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, break up the backups so that they are smaller than 4TB.
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Etrack Incident = ET863447

Description:
NDMP restore from an Overland tape device failed because the same
fragment was loaded twice.
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Etrack Incident = ET863435

Description:
It was possible that tape drives for SSO could cause a DEVICE_BUSY_ERR
error on the backup host. Retry logic was added in this maintenance
pack so that if an NDMP_DEVICE_BUSY_ERR error is received when opening
an NDMP drive, a retry will occur.
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Etrack Incident = ET863432
Titan cases: 290-208-339

Description:
ndmpagent dumps core if the last line in the path list is not a path.

This happens if the user incorrectly adds a "SET" line to the end of the
path list. For example:
/vol/dir_to_backup
SET HIST=n

The "SET" line must come before the path to backup. A fix was added so
that it no longer causes a core dump and instead runs the job and reports
partial success.

Workaround:
To resolve this issue, correct the path list so that it ends with a path.
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Etrack Incident = ET863453

Description:
An error message "write to socket returned -1" occurs on NDMP restore.

The restore is reported as successful. In fact, the restore is successful.
The error message is misleading and has been removed from the user
interface.

Workaround:
Since the restore was successful, the error message can be ignored.
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Etrack Incident = ET863454

Description:
The Veritas Unified Logging (VxUL) logging level for NDMP (ORGID=151) does
not change while an NDMP backup or restore is in process. A change has
been made that enables you to change to DebugLevel for NDMP so that it
takes affect while an NDMP backup or restore is in process.
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Etrack Incident = ET863357

Description:
A change was made to ensure that bpadm asks for Max Fragment Size on an
NDMP storage unit in the create and modify modes.
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Etrack Incident = ET863458

Description:
NDMP backup no longer fails a block position check when two directories are
backed up.
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Etrack Incident = ET863457

Description:
NDMP restores using SpectraLogic Gator fails

The NetBackup NDMP log showed an NDMP_MOVER_STOP message failing with
NDMP_ILLEGAL_STATE_ERR.


Additional Notes:
The SpectraLogic Gator did not detect that the data connection from the
data side of the 3-way backup had closed. It also did not process the
NDMP_MOVER_CLOSE message properly, as that should have brought it to a
HALTED state where the NDMP_MOVER_STOP would have been okay. And
NetBackup should have ignored all of this because the data side
reported a SUCCESSFUL status for the restore.

This fix detects the problem in the mover side and issues
NDMP_MOVER_ABORT to bring it to HALTED state.
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Etrack Incident = ET863443
Titan cases: 230-115-105

Description:
An NDMP backup a file that is greater than 2GB no longer causes the reported
size of that file to be incorrect in the catalog file.
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Etrack Incident = ET863377
Associated Primary Etrack = ET863373
Titan cases: 290-035-402

Description:
After an NDMP backup spans media, the second tape is mounted in a drive in
the same robot, however the drive is attached to a different NAS filer. The
tape mount caused the backup to fail because it should not have used a
drive that is attached to a different NAS filer.
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Etrack Incident = ET863289

Description:
NDMP_LOG_ERROR messages are now sent to the progress log.

When doing an NDMP backup or restore, if the NAS device detects an error
and sends NetBackup a message of type NDMP_LOG_ERROR, this message will
be displayed in the progress log. This is consistent with functionality
in pre-6.0 NetBackup.
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Etrack Incident = ET863382

Description:
bpduplicate would fail when using the ndmp_mover_connect method.

In NetBackup 6.0, the ndmp_mover_connect method is not used by default, so
this would only fail if this feature had been explicitly enabled. The
failure occurred when the duplicate fragments because of a maximum fragment
size or tape spanning.
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Etrack Incident = ET848040
Associated Primary Etrack = ET841853
Titan cases: 280-687-557 290-397-014

Description:
Incremental NDMP backups would fail with status code 99 when no data has
changed. The problem occurred because of an incremental backup that had no
changed data, and thus, was a 0-byte backup.

A change was made to add support for backup, restore, duplicate, verify, and
import of 0-byte backups.
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Etrack Incident = ET828518 ET959929 ET959931
Associated Primary Etrack = ET828513
Titan cases: 290-343-976

Description:
Added NDMP support for multiple NICs with multiple disjoint networks.

For example, consider the following configuration:
- Media Server with two NICs (Network Interface Cards)
- Each NIC is connected to a network that is independent of the other.
- NDMP servers on each of the networks.
- Tape drives attached to the Media Server (used for Remote NDMP backups)

Previous to this patch update, the Media Server would not be able to
perform Remote NDMP backups for all of the NDMP servers in the
configuration. It would have been able to support the NDMP servers on
one network or the other, but not on both.

With this update, a single Media Server can support multiple NICs and
multiple networks.

Another smaller part of this update is that, when writing the catalog file
to tape (which is done after every NDMP backup) and when doing duplicate,
verify, and import using NDMP drives, NetBackup now creates a listen socket
and sends it to the NDMP server to connect to. Previous to this patch, the
NDMP server would create the listen socket and NetBackup would connect to
it. This change is intended to help control firewall situations by
enabling NetBackup users to specify the port ranges used. The port ranges
that are used are specified in the "Host Properties" for NetBackup.

Additional Notes:
For most network topologies this should work without any additional
configuration of NetBackup. Where an additional configuration might be
needed is in situations where there are more than one network path to a
particular NDMP server, and one network path is preferred over another.
An example might be where there are both 100 Mbps and 1000 Mbps networks.
In such cases, the preferred network can be specified.

NOTE: These parameters effect only the NDMP data connections, they do not
effect the NDMP control connections. The NDMP control connection is used
to send/receive NDMP control messages, while the NDMP data connection is
used to transfer the backup data stream.

To specify the network path to use for NDMP data connections, create the
following file:

<installdir>/netbackup/db/config/ndmp.cfg


To specify the Media Server host name to use for all NDMP data
connections between the media Server and any NDMP host, add the following
line:

NDMP_DATA_CONNECTION_HOST_NAME=host_name

Where host_name is either xx.xx.xx.xx or the host_name as a string.


To specify the Media Server host name to use for NDMP data connections
between the Media Server and a specific NDMP host, add the following
line:

NDMP_DATA_CONNECTION_HOST_NAME_FOR_nnnn=host_name

Where nnn is the NDMP host name, and
Where host_name is either xx.xx.xx.xx or the host_name as a string.
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Etrack Incident = ET515960

Description:
When a NDMP backup is initiated on Windows using a local NDMP drive, and if
a write-protected tape is grabbed, the backup will hang and continuously
mount and unmount the same write-protected tape.

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, do not put a write-protected tape in the media pool.
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Etrack Incident = ET1042448

Description:
Snapvault backups are running has snapshot backups on the filer,
under the volume's .snapshot directory and no "sv" is present in
the snapshot name, for example:

NAS+NBU+PFI+steeljacket.min.veritas.com+snapvault+sr+vol1+
2007.05.04.14h37m35s
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Etrack Incident = ET1043639

Description:
Restoring files on a second tape of an NDMP backup would cause a failure.


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Etrack Incident = ET1052642

Description:
Added credentials from the user interface for an NDMP host failure
that occurred on HP-UX 11.11 systems.

From command line the following command would fail on HP-UX 11.11:
- "tpautoconf -verify <ndmphost>"
- "set_ndmp_attr -verify <ndmphost>"

(This failure occurred only with certain patches on HP-UX 11.11.)
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=============
NB_DMP_60_4_M
=============
Etrack Incident = ET646977

Description:
A backup would fail if there was a space in the user and group name
in bpdbm.
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Etrack Incident = ET649559
Associated Primary Etracks = ET646615

Description:
NDMP backups no longer fail with a status 84 - Cannot write TIR data to
media.
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Etrack Incident = ET791401
Associated Primary Etracks = ET647711

Description:
If the Media Mount Timeout was set in the Master Server properties >
Timeouts section, the backup for NDMP would fail with the following
error message.

"timed out waiting for media manager to mount volume"

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, disable the media mount timeout in the Master Server
properties > Timeouts section. For NDMP backup, the backup should execute
if this is disabled.
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Etrack Incident = ET784650
Associated Primary Etracks = ET829340

Description:
NetBackup communication between components that were separated by a
firewall did not work. For instance, when a master server was behind the
firewall and a media server was outside the firewall, all communication
from the master server had an internal host address that was not accessible
from outside systems.

This is the same when clients and other services are in question.

Additional Notes:
To activate NAT address replacement, systems outside of the firewall should
have the FIREWALL_IN parameter specified in their bp.conf/registry.

Format: FIREWALL_IN=hostname1,nat_address1|hostname2,nat_address2|...

Where: <hostname> is the name of the host system that needs to be accessed
and <nat_address> is the actual NAT address for the firewall to do
forwarding.
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Etrack Incident = ET796423
Associated Primary Etracks = ET783384

Description:
Remote NDMP performance for NetBackup 6.0 was less than half that of
NetBackup 5.x. This issue appeared to affect UNIX more than Windows, as
Windows performance was much closer to NetBackup 5.x rates. Also, this
was only a problem with GigE and high performance tape drives.

This fix brings the Remote NDMP performance rates closer to that of
Previous NetBackup versions for both UNIX and Windows.

Additional Notes:
You may also need to increase the number of buffers to 16 or 32. Use the
following to add the number of buffers desired to the file:
/user/openv/netbackup/db/config/NUMBER_DATA_BUFFERS

If you have multiple NICs and want to choose which is to be used for
the data connection to the filer, (for example, if one of them is not
1000Mbps) create the following file:
/user/openv/netbackup/db/config/ndmp.cfg
With the following line:
NDMP_DATA_CONNECTION_HOST_NAME=<host_name>

<host_name> can be either xx.xx.xx.xx or the host_name as a string.

Also, performance can be impacted by VxUL tracing. DebugLevel=4 should be
used for ndmp and ndmpagent (to avoid tracing file history which can also
cause a 2x to 3x reduction in performance).

To set DebugLevel, use the following commands:

/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/vxlogcfg -a -p nb -o ndmpagent -s
"DiagnosticLevel=5"
/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/vxlogcfg -a -p nb -o ndmpagent -s "DebugLevel=4"
/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/vxlogcfg -a -p nb -o ndmp -s "DebugLevel=4"
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=============
NB_DMP_60_2_M
=============

Etrack Incident = ET521071

Description:
NDMP backups do not complete after an upgrade to NetBackup 5.1 or later.

This problem can occur when doing NDMP backups to a NAS device that is on
the other side of a firewall from NetBackup. An error occurs when
NetBackup attempts to connect to the NAS device to write the catalog
information (after the backup has completed), but the error is not
reported and the job never terminates. This pack contains a fix for the
error reporting.

Workaround:
To avoid the error caused by the inability to connect across the firewall,
add the following line to the netbackup/db/config/ndmp.cfg file.

NDMP_MOVER_CLIENT_DISABLE

This workaround will impact the performance of backups that have a large
number of files.
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Etrack Incident = ET494976

Description:
The backup no longer fails when backing up a directory that contains
special files such as named pipe, blockdevice, and chardevice. Another
type of special file is, TYPE=tar (path based FH).

Additional Notes:
Additional Notes:
The bpbrm log would show something similar to the following:

15:53:13.321 [14506] <16> bpbrm main: db_FLIST send failed:
file read failed (13)
================================================================================


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