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Only Blade and E-server are on screen as devices from the blade. There are 6 serves who also should be available to chose. They are running and if I push the "select" button on a server, the screen is not jumping to the prompt of the chosen server.
Q: Where is the error ?
Please provide me a complete list of components on your server and I will be more than happy to help..
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
SOURCE: veritas netbackup server 6.0
on the trouble of the multiple messages of
"emmlib_update drive runtime failed: status 328"
Let's ensure the 'device mappings file' is current on this installation?
Veritas NetBackup (tm) Server / Enterprise Server 6.0 and 6.5 Device Mappings Package for Windows Servers 1.70
Download the small 14k text file
Copy the external_types.txt file from the temporary location to C:\Program Files\VERITAS\NetBackup\var\global\
C:\Program Files\VERITAS\Volmgr\bin\tpext -loadEMM
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: x3500 could not start (power on)
Suggest you change the power supply unit. 'Sounds' like a faulty power supply.
Suggest Electrolytic Capacitors have gone bad, in the power supply unit.
Check the link below, to see what Electrolytic Capacitors look like, and what they look like when they have failed. These capacitors don't Always show the visual signs when they fail, but most of the time they do.
I do not suggest you open the power supply unit chassis to observe closer though, as the capacitors can hold a charge for a L-O-N-G time. Sometimes weeks, or months. (Sometimes up to a year)
These capacitors are designed to slowly build a charge, then release it all at once. Should your fingers contact the terminals, of any of the larger capacitors, they could discharge their charge to You!
These could result in a bad shock or worse. (Even if your fingers contact a circuit that the capacitors are in, if your fingers complete the circuit, you'll be the recipient of the released charge)
Power supply unit unplugged from power, you can take a flashlight, and look through the ventilation holes, or slots. See if you do observe any bulging, or leaking capacitors. When they leak, there is a yellowish, or brownish ooze that comes out. It may come out of the top, or bottom of the capacitor.
At the top of the capacitor is an X, or this -> lK. It this is split open, you have a bad capacitor.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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