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  1. 1. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation andAdministration, Part OneInstructor’s Training GuideS150-2386-00June 2007
  2. 2. Copyright NoticeCopyright © 2007 IBM Corporation, including this documentation and all software. All rightsreserved. May only be used pursuant to a Tivoli Systems Software License Agreement, an IBM Soft-ware License Agreement, or Addendum for Tivoli Products to IBM Customer or License Agreement.No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system,or translated into any computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without prior written permission of IBM Corpora-tion. IBM Corporation grants you limited permission to make hardcopy or other reproductions of anymachine-readable documentation for your own use, provided that each such reproduction shall carrythe IBM Corporation copyright notice. No other rights under copyright are granted without prior writ-ten permission of IBM Corporation. The document is not intended for production and is furnished “asis” without warranty of any kind. All warranties on this document are hereby disclaimed, including thewarranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.Note to U.S. Government Users—Documentation related to restricted rights—Use, duplication ordisclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corporation.TrademarksThe following are trademarks of IBM Corporation or Tivoli Systems Inc.: IBM, Tivoli, AIX, Cross-Site,NetView, OS/2, Planet Tivoli, RS/6000, Tivoli Certified, Tivoli Enterprise, Tivoli Ready, TME. In Den-mark, Tivoli is a trademark licensed from Kjøbenhavns Sommer - Tivoli A/S.Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the Windows logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation inthe United States, other countries, or both.UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.C-bus is a trademark of Corollary, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both.Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States,other countries, or both.Lotus is a registered trademark of Lotus Development Corporation.PC Direct is a trademark of Ziff Communications Company in the United States, other countries, orboth and is used by IBM Corporation under license.ActionMedia, LANDesk, MMX, Pentium, and ProShare are trademarks of Intel Corporation in theUnited States, other countries, or both.SET and the SET Logo are trademarks owned by SET Secure Electronic Transaction LLC. For fur-ther information, see http://www.setco.org/aboutmark.html.Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.NoticesReferences in this publication to Tivoli Systems or IBM products, programs, or services do not implythat they will be available in all countries in which Tivoli Systems or IBM operates. Any reference tothese products, programs, or services is not intended to imply that only Tivoli Systems or IBM prod-ucts, programs, or services can be used. Subject to valid intellectual property or other legally pro-tectable right of Tivoli Systems or IBM, any functionally equivalent product, program, or service canbe used instead of the referenced product, program, or service. The evaluation and verification ofoperation in conjunction with other products, except those expressly designated by Tivoli Systems orIBM, are the responsibility of the user. Tivoli Systems or IBM may have patents or pending patentapplications covering subject matter in this document. The furnishing of this document does not giveyou any license to these patents. You can send license inquiries, in writing, to the IBM Director ofLicensing, IBM Corporation, North Castle Drive, Armonk, New York 10504-1785, U.S.A.
  3. 3. Course Revision History Introduction The Tivoli Worldwide Education Course Development team, IBM Tivoli Support and Services, the GEO Delivery Managers, and instructors from all three geographical regions have been involved in the design, development, and review of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One. This is an update of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.3.2 Implementation. General Revisions to this Course Student’s Training Guide • The course title was changed. • All materials have been reviewed for grammatical and consistent format errors and corrected. • The Instructor fix requests received from the GEO Delivery Managers were evaluated and applied where appropriate. • The course objectives were simplified. • The storage pool hierarchy graphics have been updated to remove the optical device. • References to the new Administration Center have been removed. • Screen captures have been updated for TSM 5.4. • Active-data pools, changes to backup sets, preventing unwanted schedule actions, and changes in stored passwords were added. • The unit on Protecting the Database and Storage Pools was moved to follow the unit on Backup-Archive Client Functions. • See the Detailed Revisions for unit-by-unit changes. • • • 1 • •
  4. 4. Course Revision History Instructor’s Training Guide New Instructor Notes were added. Detailed Revisions There are recorded presentations of the changes to the slides on your Instructor’s Resources CD. Changes from TSM Implementation 5.3.2 TSM Implementation 5.4 (December 2005) Units Preface New Training Roadmap has been added. Mapping solutions to problems slides were moved Unit 1: IBM Tivoli Storage from Unit 1 to Appendix B. The two pages on policy Manager Overview management were combined. The flow was changed to follow the steps in the Installation Guide: – Installing Tivoli Storage Manager Unit 2: Installing IBM Tivoli – Installing the Integrated Solutions Storage Manager Console (ISC) – Installing the Administration Center Tivoli Storage Manager on AIX steps are included. This unit was reorganized and the navigation of the Administration Center was simplified. The lesson on Unit 3: Administrative Administrative Authority was also reduced to an Interfaces and Privileges overview. There was too much detailed information too soon in the course. Finding devices on UNIX was added. The Life Cycle of Tape Cartridges was replaced by the graphic from Unit 4: Storage Media previous versions of the course. Checking Out Devices Introduction Volumes is before Checking In Volumes. Additional suggested changes will be made in the next revision. Unit 5: Managing Storage Active-data pools have been incorporated into the unit. Pools and Storage Pool The Storage Destination and Migration slides were Volumes improved. • •2 • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One ©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  5. 5. Course Revision History Changes from TSM Implementation 5.3.2 TSM Implementation 5.4 (December 2005) Units All define copygroup command parameters are explained. Expire inventory syntax added. Storage Unit 6: Policy Management Management Archive File Management slide was changed from days to months. Bind and Rebinding moved to the end of the unit. Unit 7: Customizing the TSM Estimating Space Requirement was simplified. Two Database and Recovery Log step mirroring was removed. Formerly Unit 9. Backup Operators Group added. Example of a Unit 8: Client Configuration dsm.opt file was included. Copy cloptset command was added. New encryption key password was added. Formerly Unit 10. Changes to the Types of Backup slides. A slide comparing the types of backup replaces the individual slides on different backups. Open File Support, Image Snapshot, Logical Volume Image Backup, Subfile Unit 9: Backup-Archive Backup, and NAS File System Backup were moved Client Functions the end of the unit. New features for Backup Sets were added. The difference in classic and no query backups was moved to IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part Two (formerly IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.x Administration). Formerly Unit 8. New Lesson 1: Tivoli Storage Manager Database and Unit 10: Protecting the Storage Pool Protection Requirements. Disaster Database And Storage Pools Recovery overview was added. Database Recovery lesson was rearranged. Active-data pools incorporated into the unit. The content was organized into the following lessons: Unit 11: Automating Lesson 1: Scheduling Options Operations Lesson 2: Client Scheduling Lesson 3: Administrative Tasks Unit 12: Monitoring and Event Logging Client Log Files slide was added. Appendix A No Changes Appendix B No changes. • •©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One • 3 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  6. 6. Course Revision History Course Materials The following table contains the part numbers for the course materials, along with any part numbers that are being replaced. Item Part Number Replaces IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Student’s Training S150-2387-00 S150-2076-00 Guide IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor’s Training S150-2386-00 S150-2079-00 Guide IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Student Exercises S150-2388-00 S150-2078-00 for AIX IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Student Exercises S150-2385-00 S150-2077-00 for Windows IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Student Resources SK5T-7295-00 SK5T-6253-00 CD IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Resources SK5T-7296-00 SK5T-6254-00 CD IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Classroom Setup SK5T-7297-00 SK5T-6255-00 CD • •4 • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One ©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  7. 7. Instructor Preparation Introduction This section is a compilation of notes by the course developer to help others deliver IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Aministration, Part One. It gives an overview of the course, instructions for setting up the classroom, and other information that instructors should have to make the class a success. This is an updated version of the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.3.2 Implementation course. Course Components The following materials and equipment are needed to deliver the training. The Instructor Kit: • Instructor’s Training Guide • Instructor Resources CD, including, printable Instructor Notes, the PowerPoint Slideshow, and recordings of the course changes, by unit. • Course Setup Guide CD • Student Exercises for AIX • Student Exercises for Windows The Student Kit, for each student: • Student’s Training Guide • Student Exercises for AIX • Student Exercises for Windows • Student Resources CD, including documentation, RedBooks, PowerPoint presentation on Operational Reporting, Field Guides, Technical Notes, and policy planning worksheets. • • • 1 • •
  8. 8. Instructor Preparation Classroom Setup Instructions Follow the instructions on the Classroom Setup Guide on the Classroom Setup CD. Files needed for backup exercises are on the Classroom Setup CD, as well. PC Projection Unit Much of the day is spent on a lengthy slide presentation delivered with a PC-based projection unit. The make and operation of the projection system is apt to vary among classrooms, but there are some common considerations that need to be taken into account. First, the slides are best viewed on a typical 4’ x 4’ screen. This means arranging for the projector to be a good distance from the screen, not on the instructors podium where an overhead project might belong. Most projectors have remote controls, so it is not necessary to place it in reach of the instructor. (It behooves the instructor to get in some practice operating the projector from the remote prior to class.) Most projectors can be adjusted for different graphics resolutions and screen sizes. Some experimentation prior to class may be required to get the best results. It is necessary to project the entire area of the slide, since some utilize the whole frame. Many projection systems cannot support video output to the projector and the PC monitor at the same time. This means the instructor must be prepared to deliver the lecture without turning around to look at the projection screen. This is best accomplished by working from the Instructor’s Training Guide, which contains all the slides used in the lectures. The Instructor Notes table has room for you personal comments and reminders for delivery. • •2 • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One ©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  9. 9. Instructor Preparation Timing Guidelines Reasonable target times for pacing the course lecture and exercises are shown below. Unit Hours Day 1 Unit 1 1 Unit 2 2 Unit 3 3 Day 2 Unit 4 1 Unit 5 2.5 Unit 6 2.5 Day 3 Unit 7 2.5 Unit 8 3.5 Day 4 Unit 9 3 Unit 10 3 Day 5 Unit 11 2 Unit 12 2 Appendix A 1* Appendix B 1* * The Appendices can be reduced or expanded to fit the remaining time. • •©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One • 3 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  10. 10. Instructor Preparation Suggestions for Delivery Audience This course is intended for System Administrators and Implementers who will be responsible for implementing an IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 solution. Required Skills/Knowledge The following list contains the prerequisite knowledge or Tivoli product knowledge an attendee must have prior to taking the course: • All students should have a working knowledge of Internet browsers. • All students should have a basic understanding of client-server concepts. • For classes taught on a Windows platform, the students should have the skills to navigate through Windows 2003 applications. • For classes taught on a AIX platform, the students should have experience using the AIX command-line interface, allocating file system space, and connecting devices to an AIX server. Demonstrations Prompts for instructor demonstrations have been removed from the PowerPoint Slideshow presentation. Suggested demonstrations are in the Instructor Notes, which are included on the Instructor Resources CD. The students will not be installing the Integrated Solutions Console (ISC) and Administration Center, due to time constraints. The demonstration of the ISC and Administration Center installation, as well as navigation demonstrations of the Administration Center, would be very beneficial for the students. • •4 • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One ©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  11. 11. Instructor Preparation Student Exercises There are two Student Exercise Guides: Windows and AIX. These exercises have been tested successfully, by a variety of Course Developers, on a variety of Windows 2003 and AIX machines. If you are having a problem during course preparation testing or in the classroom, please verify the hardware and software requirements in the Course Setup Guide. Altering the Flow of the Course If you have a preferred delivery that differs from the design of the course, please ensure the altered sequence meets the course and unit learning objectives. As you test the lab exercises, you will note that some of the exercises depend on the previous exercise’s successful completion. If you change the course flow, you will need to make adjustments to the exercises. At the end of the course, please have the students fill out the course evaluation. Instructor Notes The Instructor Notes table follows this document. A printable table of Instructor Notes is also available on the Instructor Resources CD. • •©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One • 5 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  12. 12. Instructor Preparation • •6 • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One ©Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 • • Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.
  13. 13. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor NotesInstructor Notes for IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation June, 2007Location Topic Note Preface This course is designed to give the students the necessary skills to install and run TSM. Emphasize the use of the Administration Center in the class, as it is the preferred method of administering TSM (as requested by Development and Support). In many cases there are multiple methods or commands to perform the same function. You can share additional methods with the students. Where applicable, demonstrate the Administration Center. Unit 1 1-1 Introduction This Overview includes the most basic elements of Storage Manager. Assure students that more detailed information will be provided as each subject is addressed in upcoming units. 1-15 Backup-Restore Functions Demonstrate the backup-archive GUI.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 1
  14. 14. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes Unit 2 Topic Note 2-1 Introduction Emphasize the importance of carefully reviewing all of the documentation material provided with the product before beginning an installation. The course follows the suggested installation flow: TSM Server, ISC, Administration Center. 2-5 TSM System SNMP DPI –You can configure the SNMP subagent to send traps Requirements to an SNMP manager, such as NetView, and to provide support for a management information base (MIB). For details about configuring SNMP for use with Tivoli Storage Manager, see the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Administrators Guide. The subagent communicates with the snmpd daemon, which in turn communicates with a management application. The snmpd (R) daemon must support the DPI protocol. Agents are available on AIX . The subagent process is separate from the Tivoli Storage Manager server process, but the subagent gets the information from a server options file. When the SNMP management application is enabled, it can get information and messages from servers. 2-7 ISC Installation The students do not install the ISC or Administration Center in their lab exercises, due to time constraints. There are scree captures for the installation steps. Suggestion: Demonstrate the installation of the ICS and Administration Center while covering this unit. 2-16 Device Drivers- RSM services should be disabled. See Installation Guide. Windows 2-37 Web Browser To determine JRE level, type java fullversion at OS prompt. 2-36 Student Let students know that the MMC is now partially functional. Exercises©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 2
  15. 15. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes 2-43 Query System The query system command consolidates the output from a number of query commands with a number of SQL SELECT commands. The query commands can obtain detailed information about specific areas of the server, while the SELECT statements can produce summaries of certain key areas. In many situations it is helpful to both the TSM administrator and other support personnel to obtain an overview of the TSM installation. This is addressed by the introduction of the query system command. Commands which can be issued by administrators with various privileges are also presented; however, the detailed syntax is not discussed.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 3
  16. 16. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes Unit Topic Note 3 3-4 ISC, Demonstrate opening and navigating the ISC and Administration Administration Center. Center Introduction 3-8 Navigating the These slides show the opening of each task in the tree and the Administration actions available for the tasks. This is a good place to do a Center demonstration. 3-19 Support Utility Appendix B has tips on what to do before calling IBM Support. 3-29 Lesson 4: GUI At this point, you enter TSM. 3-30 Backup-Archive The dsmcad process must be started (dsm or dsmj on UNIX). Gui 3-32 Command Line You can add the Use Command Line action to the Administration Center Favorites. 3-32 Command Line Let the students know that the Administrative command line is invoked when executing the dsmadmc.exe program found in the baclient directory (C:Program FilesTivoliTSMbaclient) The default TCP/IP port address is 1580. Trivia: Program naming convention appears to be DSM=for product code, formerly ADSM; ADM=for administrator; C=for command line.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 4
  17. 17. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes 3-32 Command Line Experience has shown that students get confused in lab exercises with the differences between the Administrative command-line interface and the backup-archive command-line client. It is important that you make sure students understand the difference between the command-line interfaces, DSMADMC for administrative and DSMC for clients. 3-39 Administrator Refer to the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Administrator’s Guide and Authority the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Administrator’s Reference for complete lists of the commands and the list of tasks that the different levels of TSM administrator privilege can perform. 3-47 Privilege There are two differences between what an administrator with Classes restricted and unrestricted privilege can do: • The unrestricted administrator can issue commands which affect all domains and pools, whereas the restricted administrator can only issue commands which affect the domain and pools to which they are authorized. • The unrestricted administrator can issue all policy and storage commands, whereas the restricted administrator can only issue a subset of those commands.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 5
  18. 18. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes Unit 4 Topic Note 4-4 Connect a For other types of libraries, such as fibre channel libraries, refer to SCSI library the procedures provided by the manufacturer. Mention the A-Tape library. 4-8 Element 3494 libraries can automatically detect the element number. number 4-11 Working with If you define a volume explicitly with Define Vol, the volume Media becomes private and empty. 4-13 Labeling tapes The use of dsmlabel is no longer a supported method now that autolabel, label libvolume, and the Administration Center can perform the function.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 6
  19. 19. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes Unit 5 Topic Note 5-12 Defining The “devclass” in the define stgpool command is the name of the Storage Pools previously defined devicetype TSM object. 5-16 Storage If backing up a mail server, it is best to go directly to tape. Destination 5-22 Deleting The q content command looks to a TSM table and not Storage Pools to the tape cartridge. and Volumes 5-24 Move Data Use the parameter reconstruct=yes with aggregates. 5-33 Reclamation Mention the possible problems with aggregate migration. 5-34 Single Drive Check to see if students have a single drive library. If nobody has Reclamation one, skip the next 2 pages. 5-38 Collocation The data belonging to Client D will go to the volume with the most Example free space.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 7
  20. 20. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes Unit Topic Note 6 6-1 Introduction Begin to introduce the concept of having business requirements for data management or service level agreement between the client and TSM administration personnel in the IT organization. 6-10 Policy Set Created automatically when you use the Administration Center. 6-11 Defining MC Include-Exclude is covered in Unit 8. 6-14 Copy Group A copy group contains the parameters regarding how to manage the data (objects) belonging to the client, how many versions of backup to keep, and how long to keep the archive data. Notice that you can specify zero, one or two copy groups in a management class. If a management class is defined with no copy groups, users will receive warning messages if they choose to bind their files to this management class. When bound to this management class, files will never be backed up or archived. However, as a precautionary measure, TSM is designed to cover this problem by using the grace retention periods for backup and archive defined in the policy domain. 6-23 Expiration, This chart is to be used to go through what happens as TSM is Part 1 backing up a changed file every day. Use the letter A for active and the letter I for inactive. Notice on day 6, the file goes unchanged. Go through the process for each day. If possible, project slides on a writable surface. If not, draw the diagram on a writable surface. On day 1 the file is changed or created. That evening it is backed up. Ask the students if the file on TSM storage would be Active or Inactive. Answer: Active. Write the letter A under the box for backup 1 on day 1. Follow this logic through to day 4. Write the letter I on all the extra versions. Ask the students what happens on day 4 to backup version 1. Answer: It will expire, since we are only keeping three versions of the file. Cross out the versions other than the first three on days 4, 5, and 6.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 8
  21. 21. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes 6-24 Expiration, This takes over where we left off in the previous slide. Fill in active Part 2 and inactive under the boxes. You should have done this on the board in the previous visual. Ask the students why backup 1 on day 4 is gone. Answer: Because we are keeping only three versions based on VERExist=3. Notice that the file goes unchanged from day 5 on. Ask the students what happens to extra backup 2 and 3 and on what days. Answer: On day 33 extra backup 2 should expire. Fill in active and inactive under the boxes. Cross it off the board and write 33 by the first ?. Ask the students why, if we were keeping three versions, there is only one left. Answer: Because retainextra is set to 30 and needs to be no limit if you always want three versions. This is very important emphasize. Ask the students when the active backup will expire. Answer: It will not expire. Ask the students why backup 2 expired on day 33. Answer: It became inactive on day 3 and you add 30 days based on RETEXTRA=30. Use a story about a resume being updated daily. Then on Day 5 no more changes are made because the salary was doubled and the person was given a car as a bonus. 6-25 Expiration, Complete the process by erasing the file on the morning of day 4. Part 3 Ask the students what happens now. Answer: Backup 3 will go inactive. Mark it on the board with the letter I. Ask the students how many extra copies will be there after the incremental backup on day 4. Verdeleted is set to 1 so we lose backups 2 and 1. Mark them out on the board. Ask the students when the only backup will expire. Answer: Around day 64. Retonly is set to 60. Now, resume.doc is expired. The employee likes the new car and decides to stay with the company, and no longer needs the resume. 6-31 Validate and Point out what happens when you activate a policy set. But first Activate Policy review what a domain is. Set Ask students what goes inside a domain. Answer: Policy sets. Ask students what goes inside a policy set. Answer: Management classes. Ask students what goes inside management classes. Answer: Copy groups. With each answer write the name on the board in the visual in the appropriate box that is policy set, management class, and copy group. Ask students what happens when you activate. Answer: TSM makes a copy of the policy set, and names it ACTIVE. You cannot change the active policy set. You can change only the one from which it was activated. Ask students what is the minimum number of policy sets you can have in an active valid configuration. Answer: Two, the one you defined, and the active one.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 9
  22. 22. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One Instructor Notes 6-32 Binding MC Be sure students understand the difference between active and inactive. 6-33 Summary If time allows, walk through another expiration example.©Copyright IBM Corp. 6/1/07 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4 Implementation and Administration, Part One This document may be reproduced for use in classroom training. 10