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Bucky Backup (Linux) - Changing a Bucky Backup Node Password

This document explains how to change the password of a Bucky Backup linux node. If you need to have a Bucky Backup node password reset, contact the DoIT Help Desk.

A Bucky Backup node password can be up to 63 characters in length, is not case sensitive, and can be comprised of the following characters:

Character Description
A-Z Any letter; A through Z, upper or lower case
0-9 Any number; 0 through 9

. ! @ # $ % ^ & * _ - + = ` ( ) | { } [ ] : ; < > , ? / ~

Special Characters

Note: It is recommended that you set a password that is at least eight characters in length and contains at least one letter, one number, and one special character to comply with the UW-Madison - IT - Password Standard.

Changing a Bucky Backup Node Password

  1. Enter "sudo dsmc" from a shell prompt to start an interactive TSM command session.
  2. Enter "set password" at the tsm> prompt.
  3. Follow the password change instructions.
  4. Enter quit at the tsm> prompt to return to the System Console.
  5. Restart the client scheduler - refer to Bucky Backup (Linux) - Stopping and Starting the Client Scheduler for instructions.

Keywordsbucky backup tsm tivoli storage manager password set change reset forgot forgotten linux rhel red hat suse sles novell   Doc ID8916
OwnerKevin K.GroupBucky Backup
Created2009-01-26 19:00:00Updated2022-01-03 14:19:18
SitesBucky Backup, DoIT Help Desk, DoIT Staff
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