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agent unix error

agent unix error

agent unix error

(OP)
My backup for an unix system (SCO v 504) "suddenly" stop to work. The unix agent was down, everytime that I try to run it I get this message error:
unable to get host address for merlin
NRLInit:net/service address not found for merlin/grfs
FindAdvertisementReceivers: failed
/etc/bkupexec/agent.be: Communication system failure:NRL initialization failed.


In /etc/hosts I have:
0.0.0.1  merlin.nuphase.com  merlin
In /etc/bkupexec/agent.cfg I have:
TELL MERLIN
In my windows NT machine (Ah...this is merlin) If I do:
"hostname" command i get  -> merlin
"ifconfig.exe" I get  -> 0.0.0.1
I was reading in Veritas support about it and I change everything to lower case (In /etc/bkupexec/agent.cfg -> TELL merlin , but before was working fine!!!!!, anyway) , I ping 0.0.0.1 and I get answer from merlin machine....but still I get the same message error...

Any help will be apreciate....Thanks


PS: 0.0.0.1 is a hypotetic ip address....
Backup exec 7.2 Multiserver edition
Unix agent v5.023 (I downloaded from the wep page)
Merlin has windows NT server v4sp4

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