NDMP restore to Solaris (Sparc) failing

Last post 02-07-2019, 7:42 AM by Liberje. 2 replies.
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  • NDMP restore to Solaris (Sparc) failing
    Posted: 02-07-2019, 6:56 AM


    We are trying to perform an out-of-place ndmp restore from NetApp to a Solaris (Sparc) client. 

    From the logs, we can see the session getting opened on both sides, but on the client side we see the session getting closed because no data is received. 

    Would this be related to issues between intel (on the Media Agent) and sparc? Or shouldn't this be an issue? 

  • Re: NDMP restore to Solaris (Sparc) failing
    Posted: 02-07-2019, 7:31 AM

    Hi Liberje

    An out-of-place NDMP restore from NetApp to Solaris is supported:

    Documentation - http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=19710.htm#o19712 

    You can restore NAS data to a Windows or UNIX client computer from the following file servers:

    • Hitachi NAS (BlueArc)
    • NetApp
    • EMC Celerra, Unity, VNX, and VNXe
    • Isilon

    In order to restore data to a Windows or UNIX client, ensure that the appropriate File System agent is installed on the computer where you want the data to be restored.

    I believe you will need to configure the correct FileSystem agent on the Solaris to get this working. 

    It shouldn't matter the type of MediaAgent used.

    Thank you 


  • Re: NDMP restore to Solaris (Sparc) failing
    Posted: 02-07-2019, 7:42 AM

    Hello Winston, 

    The correct filesystem is already installed on the Solaris Client. But it keeps failing. 

    On other UNIX systems, the restore runs correctly. 

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