SSO allows you to share drives between a master server and multiple media servers. It's not meant to share drives between 2 master servers. A master server controls access to all of the tape drives within a robot - you can't have 2 masters with this control.
I don't know how the logical libraries work on that type of tape drive but SSO is not the answer. .../Ed On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 4:35 AM, Grigore Petrisor <edy2...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > I have a problem to configure two master servers with netbackup 6.0 MP4 > > We have two AIX 5.3 master servers installed with netbackup 6.0 MP4. The > library is IBM TS3500 with 4 drives, partitioned into 2 logical libraries. > The first server, server1, works ok, but the second one doesn’t. We can > install on the second one the robot as a controlled robot by the first > server (the inventory works fine), but when we get to drives it doesn’t > install anything and the message is “no shared storage option installed”. We > have the shared storage option installed, but on both servers appears as > “Feature: share storage option (inactive)” and “valid: no”. The questions > are: 1. did anybody experience similar problem with the license or maybe it > is a configuration issue? 2. is there any other way to use the two servers > independently of one another? >
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