Thanks for confirming what I thought. Actually, that is our configuration.
1-TSM server is the LM for offsite tapes and the other LM server is for
onsite/primary tapes. All TSM servers talk to all LM servers. So, as I
figured, I will have to upgrade both LM servers at the same time.
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 12:39 AM, Roger Deschner <rog...@uic.edu> wrote:
> My understanding is you can do almost any combination of versions as
> long as the Library Manager servers are always at an equal or higher
> release than their Library Client servers. You should be able to upgrade
> the Library Managers one at a time, unless they are clients of one
> another, which I'm not sure is possible.
> It gets trickier when you have multiple TSM servers on a single OS
> image, one of which is a Library Manager. This is my configuration. (It
> seemed like a good idea at the time...)
> Roger Deschner University of Illinois at Chicago rog...@uic.edu
> ======I have not lost my mind -- it is backed up on tape somewhere.=====
> On Mon, 19 Sep 2016, Zoltan Forray wrote:
> >Just a few questions to confirm my upgrade process.
> >I have 6-RH Linux TSM servers. All are at 18.104.22.168. 2-of these servers
> >are Library Managers for my TS3500.
> >>From what I understand, I will have to upgrade BOTH LM servers to 7.1.3.x
> >(and then jump to 22.214.171.124) at the same time BEFORE I can upgrade the rest
> >of the servers/Library Clients to 126.96.36.199.
> >Since this is a big jump and I am having lots of problems with replication
> >(most of which are addressed in 6.3.6), I am going to upgrade to 6.3.6
> >first and then do the 7.1 upgrades at a later date.
> >Anything else I should be concerned with or do differently?
> >*Zoltan Forray*
> >TSM Software & Hardware Administrator
> >Xymon Monitor Administrator
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