Created a new video that demonstrates an installation of Commvault software onto a Linux client who resides in a restricted network. i.e. My client has no direct communication to Commserve.
If the video helps you, please provide feedback. This helps with the motivation needed to do this sort of thing.
If you’d like to see Commvault 11 Linux File System iDA Interactive Installation demonstration you’ve come to the right place.
When it comes to uploading via FTP to the Commvault support site (qnftp01), it seems the most common problem people face is confusion when they see a directory listing that contains nothing.
I created this video clip several months ago, as it’s a quick reference for someone to watch and to understand why the directory is empty and how to manually change into the blind directory.
The video clip has helped a great deal so far, so I thought I should publish it here on my blog.
Remember to watch the HD version, so you can see what is on the screen.
Just remember the CCID is unique to every installation/deployment of Simpana, so use your one, not the one in the video.
Of course, if FTP is not allowed outbound in most corporate sites, so in those situations, it is recommended to use the
Commvault – Maintenance Advantage Portal ( http://ma.commvault.com/) and the HTTP Log upload feature on the site.
A demo I put together that shows how to perform a Commserve DR Backup in Simpana 10. It talks about the process of how to do it manually and where you can find the files associated with the process. Sometimes this might need to be performed manually and collected manually so that you can upload it via some manual process due to lack of connectivity in an environment to the outside world. i.e. internet.
It’s a follow on from a previous post that talks about the same process in Simpana 9. Which you can find
Hope you enjoy the demo. If this post helps you, please leave a comment.
I put together the following demo/information session to assist with the manual running of a Simpana 9 Commserve DR backup and where/how to locate it.
Hope you enjoy the demo.
Another video clip from a demo/information series I put together. This one talks about how to manually rollback a Service Pack on a Unix client.
Hope you enjoy, always remember to provide feedback.
Another video clip from a demo/information series I put together. This one talks about how to find your Simpana 9 Unix Log and Install Location.