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Solaris zones enable a system administrator to partition a standard, low cost server into four independent Solaris systems, each with its own isolated file system, and its own instance of Solaris. Please fill all the fields. Network resources on this virtual machine can easily be shared across any of up to guest domains on the server. However, the ability to share kernel resources, such as device drivers, across multiple zones is tenuous at best. Backup and restore operations for database tables. You can dedicate a portion or all of the volumes and drives in a given physical library to a logical library for use by a specific client application.

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On the ACSLS server, create a separate scratch pool in the library for the exclusive use of the CommCell to which the MediaAgents that you want to configure are attached. Make sure that the designated scratch pool contains all of the media that will be used by the MediaAgent.

Move the necessary tapes into this scratch pool or use the Volume Range in the Library Properties to add the necessary tapes. For general information about licenses, see the Commvault Licensing Program Guide. Also, Applying a License in the CommCell Console provides step-by-step instructions on how to view and apply licenses. Detect the devices that are controlled by MediaAgents that will access the library as described in Detect Devices.

The system detects the drives and displays them as a stand-alone library in the Expert Storage Configuration window. Library Type: The IP library type. Volume Range: The ascending barcode ranges of volumes that are available in the specified work pool. Use a dash to specify a range and commas to delimit ranges.

For example: ,, Vendor: The manufacturer of the library. STK Model: The library model. DriveCount: The number of drives in the library. Click OK. The system detects the library. If you want to modify the library properties, right-click the library, and select Properties. In the Library Properties dialog box, you can change the following property: Alias: The user-defined name for the library. This is the name that appears in the CommCell Console for the library.

We recommend that you give each library a descriptive name as its Alias for easier system administration. The devices appear in the library tree with the detection status not configured, detect success. In the Select Drive IDs dialog box, select the most likely drives or all of the available drives.

This process can take several minutes to complete. Right-click the drive, and then click Properties. Configure the library as described in Configuring Devices. The devices appear as configured, detect success. The Library tab provides the physical view of the devices library and drives. You can validate the physical drive configuration by selecting Validate, from the drive, drive pool or library level.

The Data Paths tab provides a logical view of the data path used to access the devices - library, master drive pool, drive pool, drive. Post Configuration Considerations If there are multiple mail slots in the library, you must specify the CAP ID that is associated with the mail slot that will be used for importing and exporting media. This MediaAgent is referred to as the primary MediaAgent in this topic. The system detects the drives and automatically displays them with the DDS setup in the Expert Storage Configuration dialog box.

Configure the Master Drive Pool. Make sure that the drive pool and drives are configured. Because of the unique nature of this kind of library, the goal of this configuration is to eliminate sharing resources across LSMs. Each LSM is configured as a logical library. This procedure configures an LSM as a virtual library. You must configure all of the LSMs in the library. Detect the devices as described in Device Detection. The devices are displayed in the library tree with detection status not configured, detect success in the Expert Storage Configuration dialog box.

If the system detects the drives and displays them as a stand-alone library in the Expert Storage Configuration dialog box, perform the steps described in Configuring Drives Displayed as Stand-Alone Drives. If you want to modify the library properties, right-click the library and select Properties.

From the Library Properties dialog box, you can change the following property: Alias: The user-defined name for the library. This name is displayed in the CommCell Console for the library. We recommend that you give each library a descriptive name as its Alias, for easier system administration. When you are satisfied with your changes, click OK.

Post Configuration Considerations Consider the following after configuring all the LSMs as a virtual library: Creating Storage Policies Recommended Method When a library is configured, the system automatically creates a storage policy.

In the case of libraries with multiple LSMs, a storage policy is created for each of the LSMs configured as a library. Use one of these storage policies and associate all the subclients using the library to this storage policy.

Add the data paths for each LSM in the library as alternate data paths in this storage policy. The advantages to this configuration method is that when there is failure in any one of the LSMs , data protection operations will automatically use the resources in the other LSM. Thus this configuration minimizes the impact of a robot failure in any one of the LSMs. In addition only one storage policy must be configured and maintained resulting in easier administration.

The data might become scattered across several tape cartridges within the library. However, the system can keep track of all the data and automatically restore data from the appropriate tape cartridge. In addition, the MediaAgent software provides several methods to reconsolidate the data. Other Methods Configure all the storage policies associated with each of the LSMs with alternate data paths in each of these storage policies. These alternate data paths must point to all other MediaAgents that have visibility to the drives in that LSM.

Make sure to set the criteria for selecting alternate data paths as When resources are busy or offline. Load balance Spill and fill between Data Paths is applicable only in the case of load balancing. The advantage to this method is that data associated with each storage policy is limited to the LSM to which the storage policy is associated. Data is less scattered than in the previous method. However, you must configure and maintain multiple storage policies in this method.

Configure all the storage policies associated with each of the LSMs with no alternate data paths. If there are multiple mail slots in the library, you must specify the CAP ID that is associated with the mail slot that will be used for importing and exporting media.

Configure Drives Displayed as Stand-Alone Drives Perform the this procedure if the system detects the drives and displays them as a stand-alone library in the Expert Storage Configuration window. As you configure a library for each LSM, make sure to specify the appropriate work pool number that is associated with the LSM. Volume Range: The ascending barcode ranges of volumes available in the specified work pool. Use a dash to specify range and commas to delimit ranges.

When you are finished, click OK. The system detects the library and displays the library information in the Expert Storage Configuration dialog box. Right-click a stand-alone drive and choose the Move To option. In the Move to the Empty Drive Slot dialog box click the drive number to which you want to move the stand-alone drive. Click Yes in the confirmation prompt for moving the drive to the empty slot. Repeat this procedure to move all of the other associated stand-alone drives to the appropriate drive slots in the library tree.

The devices appear in the library tree with detection status not configured, detect success in the Expert Storage Configuration dialog box. Right-click the drive and then click Properties. Verify the drive serial number and obtain the corresponding drive ID, before selecting the drive ID in this dialog box. Select the most likely drives or all the available drives in the Select Drive IDs dialog box.

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We can send you a link when the PDF is ready for download. The following diagram provides an overview of the hardware configuration required for sharing a StorageTek library among multiple MediaAgents with DDS configuration. On Windows, the firewall should be configured using the Library Attach for Windows software. To ensure uninterrupted library service and to avoid unanticipated problems due to resource contention, it is generally recommended that ACSLS run in a standalone environment on a dedicated server.

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On the ACSLS server, create a separate scratch pool in the library for the exclusive use of the CommCell to which the MediaAgents that you want to configure are attached. Make sure that the designated scratch pool contains all of the media that will be used by the MediaAgent. Move the necessary tapes into this scratch pool or use the Volume Range in the Library Properties to add the necessary tapes. For general information about licenses, see the Commvault Licensing Program Guide. Also, Applying a License in the CommCell Console provides step-by-step instructions on how to view and apply licenses.

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