New bug with NetWorker and DD Boost devices
Please clarify what you mean. My understanding regarding this notice is that a DD Boost device other than the one being created is labeled and as a result, data will be lost. That sure seems like a bug to me, or am I missing something?
On Jun 2, 2012, at 7:55, "TERVEEN FRANK (INT/TEI)" <frank.terveen < at > telindus-isit.nl> wrote:
This is not a bug although EMC states this in an ETA
This is what one would call : works as designed
The problem for networker admins is: They should read what is automatically done and not depend on Microsoft like 'are you sure' ? questions
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From: Stanley R. Horwitz [mailto:stan < at > TEMPLE.EDU]
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2012 10:45 PM
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Subject: [Networker] New bug with NetWorker and DD Boost devices
Those of you who have NetWorker 18.104.22.168 or earlier versions and use NMC to set up new Data Domain Boost devices ought to be careful. A bug in NMC will cause it to relabel an existing DD Boost device when setting up a new one and using the default option to label and mount the new device. EMC has published a hotfix for this issue.
Here is a link to information regarding this bug, which is esg128427
On the plus side, today is national donut day in the United States.