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Question


How can I start the Backup Manager with all disk safes in a closed state?
The steps below demonstrate how this can be accomplished.

Solution


1, Before starting, make sure the Backup Manager service is stopped

# /etc/init.d/cdp-server status OR # systemctl status cdp-server

2. Next, edit the server.properties file, found here:

/usr/sbin/r1soft/conf/server.properties

3. Locate the following line in server.properties, and set it to "true"

close-all-disk-safes-on-start-up=true

4. Save and exit the file

The next time the SBM starts, all disk safes will be closed.

NOTE: Remember to revert this to line back to "false" to ensure disk safes are again opened on startup.

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