Symantec NetBackup status code 2091 to status code 2095

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Symantec NetBackup product is a backup and recovery product designed for enterprise users. Symantec NetBackup tool can be used to perform backups of SQL Server databases and provides various features.

Below are some of the NetBackup status error codes from Status Code 2091 to Status Code 2095 which may be received while using the Symantec NetBackup tool.

NetBackup status code: 2091
Message: FT client devices are offline
Explanation: This job requires Fibre Transport, but all Fibre Transport devices
are offline on the client that is required for this job.
Recommended Action: Do one or more of the following:
¦ Verify that the Private Branch Exchange (PBX) service is installed and running.
Run the bpps -x command to ensure that pbx_exchange is listed in the
processes that are running.
¦ Verify that the client is configured as a SAN Client. Run the bpclntcmd
-sanclient command to return the current state of the SAN Client.Aresponse
of 0 (zero) indicates that SAN Client is not configured. Rerun the command as
bpclntcmd -sanclient 1.
¦ Verify that the client is not also a media server, master server, orEMMserver.
The SAN Client process runs only on a NetBackup client.
¦ Verify that a valid license for the SAN Client feature resides on the master
server. SAN Client is a separately licensed feature which requires a key called
“SAN Client” on the master server.
¦ Verify that no server entries for the SAN Client exist on the NetBackup master
server. Remove any SERVER=clientname entry in the master server for the
SAN Client. If the master server has the SAN Client listed also as a server, it
may shut down the SAN Client.
¦ Restart theSANClient service. TheSANClient restarts when the server reboots,
but does not automatically restart after you run the bpclntcmd command. To
start the SAN Client service, run the client startup script or use the Service
Manager in Windows.
For further information, see the Troubleshooting chapter of the NetBackup SAN
Client and Fibre Transport Guide.

NetBackup status code: 2092
Message: FT server devices for client are offline
Explanation: This job requires Fibre Transport, but all Fibre Transport devices
are offline on the media server required for this job.
Recommended Action: Do one of the following:
¦ Verify that marked QLogic Target ports exist in the server The nbftsrvr and
nbfdrv64 processes exit if the system has no ports available for Target Mode
use.
¦ Verify that a valid license for the SAN Client feature resides on the master
server. SAN Client is a separately licensed feature which requires a key called
“SAN Client” on the master server. The Fibre Transport server performs a
license check during startup.
¦ Determine if a reboot is required for the installation of the Fibre Transport
server. Solaris installations require that you reboot the media server after you
install Fibre Transport to load the Fibre Transport drivers on the marked target
ports. In addition, reboot the Linux servers if you choose to not unload the
existing QLogic drivers during the installation of Fibre Transport.
For further information, see the Troubleshooting chapter of the NetBackup SAN
Client and Fibre Transport Guide.

NetBackup status code: 2093
Message: No FT servers for this client are running
Explanation: This job requires Fibre Transport, but no Fibre Transport devices
are configured with connectivity to the media server that is required for this job.
Recommended Action: Do one of the following:
¦ Verify that marked QLogic Target ports exist in the server The nbftsrvr and
nbfdrv64 processes exit if the system has no ports available for Target Mode
use.
¦ Verify that a valid license for the SAN Client feature resides on the master
server. SAN Client is a separately licensed feature which requires a key called
“SAN Client” on the master server. The Fibre Transport server performs a
license check during startup.
¦ Determine if a reboot is required for the installation of the Fibre Transport
server. Solaris installations require that you reboot the media server after you
install Fibre Transport to load the Fibre Transport drivers on the marked target
ports. In addition, reboot the Linux servers if you choose to not unload the
existing QLogic drivers during the installation of Fibre Transport.
Recommended Action: For further information, please refer to the NetBackup
SAN Client and Fibre Transport Troubleshooting Guide.

NetBackup status code: 2094
Message: STU cannot run Lifecycle backups
Explanation: The storage lifecycle job cannot run because the targeted disk pool
is not enabled for Storage Lifecycles.
Recommended Action: Run the nbdevquery -listdp command to check the
configuration of the disk pool. If the Lifecycle attribute is not enabled for the disk
pool, run the nbdevconfig -changedp -setattribute command to enable it.

NetBackup status code: 2095
Message: STU cannot run VMWare backup
Explanation: The media server that is configured for this job’s storage unit cannot
run VMWare backups.
Recommended Action: To run a VMWare backup, a media server must run
NetBackup Release 6.5 or greater. Verify that this version is running, or configure
the backup for a media server that runs NetBackup Release 6.5 or later.

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