Thanks JB
Well maybe it should !
But when I type TSAFS at the console I just get a screen full of options as follows, and not the promised confirmation

MYSERVER: TSAFS

TSAFS <Options>
Options: Options are case insensitive require = between switch and value, and no spaces in between
/? Displays this help information
/Help blah blah blah
/Version (Which incidentally reports 6.51 rev 4)
- - - - - - -
then half a dozen more irrelevant option switches then
- - - - - - -
/EnableGW Enable or disable GroupWise backup and restore
[StartupOnly Type: Value=True] Whatever that may mean !

So after unloading TSAFS and then typing TSAFS /EnableGW=yes I still don't know whether TSAFS has enabled GroupWise backup or not
Anyone got any ideas ?
I know the TID says I should get confirmation, but I don't, and the logger reports nothing either

What's even worse is that I can't get GWTSA to work with NetWare 6.5 SP5 & GroupWise 6.5 SP6
So since applying the latest service packs we now have no confirmed backup of GroupWise for any of our networks
What should we do

Splash

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>>> JB<jbishop@risd.k12.nm.us> 08/05/2006 20:59 >>>


When you type tsafs at the prompt, it should show the last option /EnableGW, and to the right, "value = True" which means it loaded.
Value = False means it's not loaded.

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>>> Splashsplash@softsel.com> 4/20/2006 3:07:02 PM >>


Ref. 10095203: FAQ: Backing up GW 6.5 with TSAFS.NLM
After following the instructions:
MYSERVER:unload tsafs
Module TSAFS.NLM unloaded
MYSERVER:tsafs /EnableGW=yes
I am attempting to establish whether tsafs has been enabled for GW
Entering TSAFS at the console just produces a list of /options but it doesn't show the current status
How do I discover if the NLM is properly configured ?

Splash