If the upgrade conversion
fails, nbvault does not start in
service or daemon mode, and the existing Vault configuration file
remains unchanged. Because the NetBackup Vault Manager must be
running, Vault does not work.
If the conversion fails, do the following:
Read the upgrade log file to determine the details
of the failure.
If the upgrade log file
does not exist, nbvault failed even
before it attempted to upgrade the vault configuration file. In
that case, read the event log (on Windows) or system log (on UNIX
or Linux) for more details.
Based on the information in the log file, take
Start the nbvault
service or daemon manually.
nbvault attempts to upgrade the Vault
configuration file. For every upgrade attempt, nbvault creates a new upgrade log file.
If the upgrade fails
again, nbvault does not start in
service or daemon mode. Repeat the preceding steps to resolve the
reason for failure.
Upgrade information also
is written to the nbvault log but it
depends on the existence of the log directory and the log level
settings of Vault.
nbvault service only starts
automatically if you have a combined license key for both NetBackup
and Vault. If you have a separate Vault license key, you must add
the Vault license key and then start the nbvault service manually. nbvault then attempts to upgrade the Vault