TSM sysback scheduler on AIX

wmp,

I want to create a new schedule for our AIXs to make a sysback  backup to TSM. I finally found the tsm sysback licenses and now I can use it on our AIXs.

On the TSM-scheduler I created SYSBACK action type (command)  to execute on AIX side this script:
/tools/scripts/sysback_backup.ksh

See image attached.

This script execute 'sysback -ftsm0 -x -u' and I'm not sure this is the right command I should  execute  to make a SYSBACK of rootvg or other VG on AIX? Which do you think is the right command to make this sysback?

If you see there is a parameter on the command above ' -ftsm0 ' which I found is in this place:

[root@lpar2rrd:/] cat /usr/lpp/sysback/tsm/dsm.opt.tsm0
SErvername SYSBACK_LPAR2RRD

Any, as always, brilliant idea? ;)
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carlmdCommented:
If you have installed complete Sysback in TSM then first try doiing what you want using SMIT. In this way you can select the choices you want, and then view the command that it is going to execute. You can take that command and execute using "at" or any other scheduler you want.
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woolmilkporcCommented:
Hi,

sorry for the delay, I had to travel around all day and half of the night.

Use

sbtsmdevice -l

to list the TSM virtual devices. I think it will indeed be "tsm0", because there is an opton file containing that string in its name.

"SErvername SYSBACK_LPAR2RRD" in the options file points to a server stanza of that name in dsm.sys. Is there such a stanza?

Use

sbtsmlist -l -n tsm0 -m

If you see your management class bindings then "tsm0" is correct, as well as the TSM access configuration.

The "-x" flag of sysback is useless in a script, because it activates the progress indicator.
Rather use "-v" and redirect the script's output to a logfile.

"-u" is not a valid flag for sysback. "-U" (uppercase U) designates the host to be backed up, which is also useless if you're going to back up the local machine where the script runs on.

All in all, the command to use should just be something like

sysback -v -f tsm0

That's all.

And maybe you should read this:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v1r1/topic/com.ibm.itsmsbr.doc/smsbr.html
particularly:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v1r1/topic/com.ibm.itsmsbr.doc/sbrug610168.htm?path=18_0_19#bmr51tsmint1003491

Good night!

wmp
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sminfoAuthor Commented:
OK Wmp!! That's what I needed... Thanks
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