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SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

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Hello
I have a client that has SQL 2000 running on Windows 2000 is it possible Of Use SnapManager for SQL?
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Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Hi,

Following combination is listed as being supported:

- Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (SP4) or AdvServer (SP4)

- SnapDrive 4.2.1 for Windows (32-bit, x86)
- SnapManager 2.1.2 for SQL Server (32-bit, x86)

So you are looking at pretty old products in the NetApp stack.

Regards,

Radek

Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Please see the attached output from the Interoperability Matrix Tool on field portal -

Also, check out the SMSQL 5.01 release notes and admin guide (attached)

Please not that SMSQL 5.1 was just released as well and has some caveats regarding SQL 2000.

Regards,

Tom

Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Tom,

I believe the culprit is Windows 2000, not the SQL  2000 - this is why interop matrix doesn't show anything beyond SMSQL 2.1.2 as being  supported.

Regards,
Radek

Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Radek,

No dispute here - just trying to educate the original questioner on how to fish :-)

Thanks,

Tom

Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Good evening
Thank you for your answers I'll test the version 2.1.2 of SnapManager for SQL. It is available now. By cons I need SnapDrive 4.2.1 which is no longer available now. Where can I download it? This is what I understood with the compatibility matrix

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Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Near the bottom of the download software page, http://now.netapp.com/NOW/cgi-bin/software, you need to select "SnapDrive 3.x or above for Windows" from the drop down list next to "To access a specific" field.

You then type in 4.2.1 for the version and click the Go! button.

You can also click on this link as well:  http://now.netapp.com/NOW/download/software/snapdrive_win/4.2.1/

Thanks,
Mark

Re: SQL 2000 WINDOWS 2000 SNAPMANAGER

Thank you for the link, I did not have access to this version. I have more of every test next week