5. Updating an Existing Automatic Scheduled Backup Service
The principal reasons for updating an existing Automatic Scheduled Backup service are as follows:
- An existing Scheduler service is misconfigured and not working.
- You have changed the TSM password manually through the GUI or via the OUCS Self-Registration pages.
- You have shut down the Scheduler service - as recommended - and upgraded the TSM client software.
- You have changed the registered tsm nodename (aka account name).
In the above Authentication Screen please ensure that the Nodename displayed in the first field is the same as the name registered for TSM backup and the same as value of the
Nodenameentry in the dsm.opt options file. This name will nearly always be of the form
Now enter the current TSM password. Note that this requires input if you have manually updated the password from the
Utilitiesmenu, as the TSM Password for the Scheduler service is stored separately in the Windows Registry.
Ideally, the services should run under the System account. If the scheduler services are to run under any other account, before proceeding please read our page on how to back up in Windows as a non-administrative user. Without the necessary rights, the Scheduler will be unable to backup all the files and objects on the local system. The system account has all the necessary rights for the entire local filestore to be backed up, and TSM advises that the service be installed under this account. You should select the option Automatically when Windows boots so that the services start automatically. Clicking the
Nextbutton displays the following screen.
Nextto display the Completion screen and click the
Finishbutton. A message should display confirming the Scheduler service has been successfully updated. The service should now restart if it was already started.