The xbsa (Datastore)
license is not installed in NetBackup.
If the Datastore license
is not installed in NetBackup, the test fails. The user interface
does not provide any notification that a licensing issue is the
cause of the failure.
If it is a licensing
issue, the following message (or something similar) appears in the
InvalididParameterHandler bsa_checkfeatureID: None of the
features are licensed.
This string may also
appear in the Dtrace logs.
Failed to initialize xBSA. Make sure NetBackup client is
installed and configured.
To resolve this issue, perform the following:
Install the required NetBackup license.
Restart the NetBackup services. Do that only if it
NBUMigrator is not registered.
In certain scenarios you
must manually install and register the migrator. In this case, if
you have not followed the registration steps then the following
error appears as an Enterprise Vault pop-up dialog box.
selected file migration software is not registered or installed.
Reason: Class not registered
To resolve this issue,
register the Enterprise Vault migrator.
In the first version of
the Enterprise Vault migrator (NBUMigrator.dll), the path of the file
xbsa.dll needed to be present in the
PATH environment variable. That is no
longer the case with the later releases of the Enterprise Vault
migrator. The path is now configured programmatically.
If the xbsa.dll is not present in the system path, then
the following message is logged on the Dtrace logs.
Failed to load xbsa library. Check the Net Backup client
installation, ensuring that xbsa.dll is installed.
To resolve this issue perform the following:
Add the path of xbsa.dll to the PATH
environment variable. The xbsa.dll is
present under NBU_INSTALL_DIRECTORY\bin.
Restart the Enterprise Vault Admin Service .
Restarting this service restarts all of the Enterprise Vault
services. You need to restart all of the Enterprise Vault processes
because certain processes may use the migrator (NBUMigrator.dll). Restarting them enables them to
locate and load the xbsa.dll.