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Problem to Configuring Centralized Data Storage

Hi

We have one trex 7 on win2003 SR2 .

We wants to add another backup server .

To do that we try to configuring centralized data storage on both servers.

On some file server we create a share file name
myserver\trx02 with permission everybody full controll and SAPServiceSID as owner.

On the TREXdaemon.ini under mappings we write

map_s=
myserver\trx02

user_s=SAPServiceSID

password_s=xxxxx

in the base path we enter :

  1. base paths

TREX/IndexServer/basepath/index=S:/index

TREX/IndexServer/basepath/slaves=S:/index

TREX/IndexServer/basepath/slices=S:/slices

TREX/IndexServer/basepath/snapshots=S:/snapshots

TREX/QueueServer/basepath/queue=S:/queue

TREX/Cruiser/basepath/cruise=S:/cruise

We restart the server , open the trex administration tool , check the "use a file server" and then press on the check button :

We get error message :

" directory 'myserver:s' does not exist or is not accessible".

Please Advice

Regards

Amit

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 08:18 AM

    Hi Amit,

    Try giving the IP Address or FQDN (Fully qualified domain name)..

    Also check the slash in the path (\ or /).

    It differs for Unix and windows.

    Regards,

    Venkat.

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 09:57 AM

    Hi Venkatramana

    Thank you for your quick reply .

    When i open the trace file i see that the mapping succeed:

    "established drive mapping from share
    myserver\trx02 to drive s:

    I think the problem is in the base path configuration .

    Best Regards

    Amit

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