CDR from Windows Server 2008R2 to Windows Server 2019 ?

Last post 05-06-2019, 1:18 PM by jszutarski. 1 replies.
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  • CDR from Windows Server 2008R2 to Windows Server 2019 ?
    Posted: 05-02-2019, 6:06 PM

     

    I'm on Commvault version 11, SP15, Hotfix Pack 10(25Apr).

     

    I'm having trouble getting CDR replicating files from a Windows Server 2008R2 to a Windows Server 2019 computer.  

    I was able to replicate from one folder to another folder on the same source computer but I can't get the replication to start when I configured a group going to the destination server.

    I'm wondering if what I have is a problem specific to my environment or if Commvault just does not support Windows Server 2019 as a replication target yet.

    In case it is supported, here one snippet of what's in my CDR.log:

     

    3568  169c  05/02 16:44:43 ###### [PIPELAYER  ] Data Pipe Is Down
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::ShutdownPipeline() - stat- SDT [0000000003C77250] [duration - 180 seconds]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::ShutdownPipeline() - pipeline has already been shutdown
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 103531 CStartPipeline::GetDestinationInformation(455) - [A:596] CDR SDT listener listening on V4 port [0] and V6 port [0]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 103531 CStartPipeline::GetDestinationInformation(485) - [A:596] Destination details: Address [ecwnnas1p01], resolved to [172.16.20.203], address family [IPv4]; service listening on [IPv4 port 0 and IPv6 port 0]; we will connect to IPv4 port
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 103531 CStartPipeline::LogConfiguration(286) - [A:596] Encrypt=0, Compress=0, ARsynch=1, ACL=1, SRsynch=1, HandOrp=1, DelOrp=1, LogOrp=1
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline Initiating SDT connection [0000000003C77250] from wnnas1.wnins.com:8400(wnnas1) to ecwnnas1p01:0(ecwnnas1p01)
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline compressionType [CV_NO_COMPRESS], compressWhere [CV_COMPRESS_NOWHERE]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline encryptionType [CV_NO_ENCRYPT], encryptionWhere [CV_ENCRYPT_NOWHERE]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline signatureType [CV_NO_SIGNATURE], signatureWhere [CV_SIGNATURE_NOWHERE]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline Lan-Free - 0
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline Num Buffers [0], Buffer size [65536]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::connectToDest Connecting pipeline to (ecwnnas1p01)ecwnnas1p01:0/0
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CvFwClient::connect() - ERROR: Unable to connect: Must provide a valid remote port number.
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::connectToDest Failed to connect to ecwnnas1p01(ecwnnas1p01):0/0: Unable to connect: Must provide a valid remote port number.
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CPipelayer::InitiatePipeline Cannot connect to the CVD port on machine [ecwnnas1p01]:[0]
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 ###### CCVAPipelayer::StartFileReplicationPipeline()() - Error starting pipeline!
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 103531 CStartPipeline::AttemptToStartPipeline(681) - [A:596] StartFileReplicationPipeline failed, PipelineType=file transfer, JobId=103531, error=268435460 (0x10000004)
    3568 169c 05/02 16:44:43 103531 CStartPipeline::StartPipeline(531) - [A:596] Waiting for 180 seconds (3 minutes) before retrying
    3568 169c 05/02 16:47:43 103531 CStartPipeline::StartPipeline(510) - [A:596] Attempt 11 of 30
    3568 169c 05/02 16:47:43 ###### [PIPELAYER ] Data Pipe Is Down
  • Re: CDR from Windows Server 2008R2 to Windows Server 2019 ?
    Posted: 05-06-2019, 1:18 PM

    As of right now, Server 2019 is not listed as being supported - http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11_sp15/article?p=3425.htm

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