Backup other networked servers to internal iSeries LTO4 Drive

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Is anyone backing up other networked servers to their iSeries tape drive? How are you doing this and what software are you using. I would like to stay with IBM iSeries software if possible.

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Hi,

I never do that but i know that you can use QNTC to access files and directories on servers. You must “share” your directories on those server to have access.

You then can use SAV command to save it

SAV DEV(‘/qsys.lib/tap01.devd’) OBJ((‘/QNTC/yourserver/yourdir’))

Regards,
Wilson

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  • Voodoovw
    Hi Wilson, I thought about that but it doesn't appear to work. We're thinking you need BRMS or Tivoli. Vince
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  • WilsonAlano
    Hi Vince, After some search I found this article that state that we can't make a backup of network servers on a i5 device. Take a look to the article. Wilson
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  • WilsonAlano
    Sorry, The link doesn't work Here is it
    http://www.itjungle.com/fhg/fhg050504-story04.html
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  • Voodoovw
    Adding a link in here isn't all that easy...
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