Stopping the HFS backup scheduler

WINDOWS

To stop the scheduler on Windows systems:

  1. Select the Windows Start menu > Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools > Services
  2. Double click on the TSM Client Scheduler service.
  3. In the resulting window change the Startup type to Disabled, then click Stop.
  4. You can check that you have successfully stopped the scheduler service.
MACOS / OSX

To stop the scheduler on Mac systems:

  1. Run Applications > Tivoli Storage Manager > TSM Tools for Administrators
  2. Select Stop the Scheduler.
  3. You will be asked for your local administrator password.
  4. You can check that you have successfully stopped the scheduler service. 'checking the TSM scheduler on the Mac'
LINUX

To stop the scheduler and configure the Linux system to not to start it at boot time.

  1. As root, run the following from the command line:

    /opt/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/HFSscheduler off
    
  2. You can check that you have successfully stopped the scheduler service. "checking the TSM scheduler on Linux"

SOLARIS

Stoping the scheduler for Solaris systems will depend on the version of the TSM client used:

Version 6

  1. Stop the scheduler daemon with:
    svcadm disable dsmsched 
    
  2. Remove the scheduler daemon so it doesn't restart at next boot:
    svccfg delete svc:/network/dsmsched:default 

Earlier versions

  1. Stop the scheduler daemon with:
    svcadm disable dsmcad
  2. Remove the scheduler daemon so it doesn't restart at next boot:
    /opt/tivoli/tsm/client/ba/bin/uninstall_xml.sh 

You can check that you have successfully stopped the scheduler service. checking the TSM scheduler on Solaris.

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