I am wondering if anyone can help me please. I am running a hosted RHEL5 Linux partition on Power 5+ I running V6R1.
I have installed Extended Integrated Server Support, configured the Samba share & can view the shares via QNTC. I have added a member to QAZLCSAVL for the NWSD & the share I want to backup
When I run the SAV command I get the following error messages:
SAV DEV('qsys.lib/foxb.lib/save.file') OBJ(('/QNTC/PRFILE01/home/brettfox1/*'))
NTA02F4 - Server PRFILE01 was unable to prepare for file level backup
CPFA0D4 - File system error occurred. Error number 44
Any help would be greatly appreciated
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ed_pollard 100000TMFH16 Posts
Re: File Level Backup Problem2009-11-30T17:20:20ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Brett,
Sorry for the delay here, we are tracking down an expert in this area to get you an answer. The one question I have to ask is if you have the powerpc-utils from the following web page:
Re: File Level Backup Problem2009-12-07T18:44:21ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.In addition to installing the Integrated Server Support on System i, the Hosted Linux server needs to have code installed and running that will communicate with IBM i operating system that will accept the save request and bundle up the saved data to be returned to the SAV command. This is installed from a Linux command prompt, but the code resides on IBM i in directory '/qibm/ProdData/IntegratedOS/Linux/GUEST/Install'.
Information about running the post install utility can be found at this link:
Note that these specific directions are for iSCSI attached Linux servers as opposed to LPAR Linux servers, but the ibmsetup.sh installation script exists for both platforms.
Re: File Level Backup Problem2009-12-16T12:19:53ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi
Many thanks for the responses. I had installed the utilities & I installed the post install utilities as part of installing Extended Integrated Server Support. The issue was resolved by installing the group PTF SF99357 IBM i Integration with BladeCenter - even though I am not using a BladeCenter!!
Thanks for all your help