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sivachandraredd's avatar
13 years ago

Unable to load information for netbackup storage units and Host Properties from Master server

Hi All,

I Need help..

When i am clicking on Storage Units and Host Properties It doesnt show any information.

i am Using Netbackup 7.1 Master server and

Netbackup java Console 7.1

 
Through Command line it shows all Storage units and properties.

 

Thanks!

Sivachandra

 

 

  • Need to look in the Java log I suspect :

    I would set up the logs as below, then open the GUI, click ONLY on the Storage Units, wait a few minutes then close the gui (, but don't click anywhere else).

    The Java GUI connects to the PBX, so the PBX log would be needed as well I think, as well as nbsl

    Eg. this gives the last 20 mins of PBX log

    vxlogview -p 50936 -d all -o 103 -t 00:20:00

    And the nbsl log (-p 51216 -o 132 )

    PBX should already be set up, to set nbsl 

    vxlogcfg -a -p 51216 -o 132 -s DebugLevel=6 DiagnosticLevel=6

    (Use DebugLevel=1 to turn back down, Diag 6 is default )

    Setting up the Java logs, on the machine you are running the java console on:

    Unix

     

    Edit the file /usr/openv/java/Debug.properties
     
    Add or uncomment the following lines :
     
    printcmds=true
    printCmdLines=true
    debugMask=0x0C000000
     
     
    A .log file will be created under /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/user_ops/nbjlogs for each instance of Java GUI you have open.
     
    Windows
     
    http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH154433
     
    Martin

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  • Need to look in the Java log I suspect :

    I would set up the logs as below, then open the GUI, click ONLY on the Storage Units, wait a few minutes then close the gui (, but don't click anywhere else).

    The Java GUI connects to the PBX, so the PBX log would be needed as well I think, as well as nbsl

    Eg. this gives the last 20 mins of PBX log

    vxlogview -p 50936 -d all -o 103 -t 00:20:00

    And the nbsl log (-p 51216 -o 132 )

    PBX should already be set up, to set nbsl 

    vxlogcfg -a -p 51216 -o 132 -s DebugLevel=6 DiagnosticLevel=6

    (Use DebugLevel=1 to turn back down, Diag 6 is default )

    Setting up the Java logs, on the machine you are running the java console on:

    Unix

     

    Edit the file /usr/openv/java/Debug.properties
     
    Add or uncomment the following lines :
     
    printcmds=true
    printCmdLines=true
    debugMask=0x0C000000
     
     
    A .log file will be created under /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/user_ops/nbjlogs for each instance of Java GUI you have open.
     
    Windows
     
    http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH154433
     
    Martin