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    Quote Originally Posted by imarks001 View Post
    It doesn't look like netbackup has binded in xinetd. Have you tried to restart xinetd? I think the related files are /etc/xinetd.d/bpjava-msvc and bpcd. Are those set to to disabled = no?
    bpjava-msvc and bpcd are not in the xinet.d directory.

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    Did you install the client on your mail server?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imarks001 View Post
    Did you install the client on your mail server?
    We did. Version 6.5, the services says it's running.

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    What operating system? Are you running selinux? Is there anything in the netbackup logs directory, I think by default /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/

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    Quote Originally Posted by imarks001 View Post
    What operating system? Are you running selinux? Is there anything in the netbackup logs directory, I think by default /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/
    Running Redhat 4.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@MCC View Post
    We did. Version 6.5, the services says it's running.

    Where do you see that it is running? How are you starting the service on your mail server?

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    We're pretty sure we know what the problem is at this point. I'm running 64bit everything (rehat, zimbra) and apparently symantec is still working on support for intel chips atm.

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    For some reason the client install was not updating the correct files. We installed the netbackup server, uninstalled it then installed the client. After this the service started. Wierd, but it's working.

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