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Netbackup tricks and commands

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Hi All,

I got some netbackup tricks and commands.


veritas netbackup tricks and commands

Netbackup Tips and Tricks (Unix)



Term Definition

CLI Command Line Interface

GUI Graphical User Interface

Media Server 

Master Server 


Starting and Stopping Netbackup

Stopping Netbackup

• /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/K77netbackup --> graceful shutdown 

• /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpps -a --> check for any remaining processes 

• /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/goodies/bp.kill_all ---> kills all remaining netbackup processes, not necessarily graceful 

• /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpps -a --> check for any remaining processes 

• kill -9 for any remaining. NOTE: unkillable processes may require a reboot 

Starting Netbackup

• /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/S77netbackup --> after bp.kill_all, to restart 

• /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmd

Common Tasks

Starting the Administration GUI

• java from the windows client 

• x-windows from the server - /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/xnb & 

Checking Backup Status

• Activity Monitor or 

• /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/bpdbjobs -report 

Cleaning a tape manually

• Identify the drive name to be cleaned 

o tpclean -L 

• Manually clean the drive: 

o tpclean -C 

Determining what tapes were used for a backup

• GUI 

o Backup and Restore --> Find the file system --> Preview Media Button 

• CLI 

o Find the correct backup images 

 bpimagelist -U -client -d -e 

o Find the media used for those images 

 bpimagelist -U -client -d -e -media 

Listing the files in a backup


Find the tape(s) used (above procedure using bpimagelist)

cd /usr/openv/netbackup/db/jobs/done

Run the following script and redirect it's output to a text file:

for file in `grep MOUNTING *|grep |awk '{print $1}'|sed 's/:MOUNTING//'`


echo $file

grep PATH_WRITTEN $file|awk '{print $3}'

echo " "

echo "==========================================End of Image======================================"

echo " "




This process works for NBU V3.4:

• cd /usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/ 

• ls -ltr --> this will identify the directory with the proper date 

• verify directory with "bpdbm -ctime 

• cd 

• ls -ltr --> lists all of the backups for this client on this date 

• cat __.f | awk '{print $10}' --> this prints out the files in the backup 


For NBU > V3.4

• bpflist --help --> undocumented netbackup command to list files from a binary .f file 



Inventory the Robot

• Inventory Robot --> /opt/openv/volmgr/bin/vmcheckxxx -rt robot_type -rn robot_number -list (where robot_type is tld, acs, . . .) 

• Inventory Robot and Update Configuration --> /opt/openv/volmgr/bin/vmupdate -rt robot_type -rn robot_number -list (where robot_type is tld, acs, . . .) 

Listing Properties of the Volume Pools

• vmpool -listall 

Scratch Tapes

• Count scratch tapes: /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmquery -pn Scratch | grep -c "robot slot" 

• Moving tapes to the scratch pool 

o If Needed - Expire the tape 

 bpexpdate -ev -d 0 -force -host 

o Move the tape 

 vmchange -p 2 -m 

Checking Drive Usage

• /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmoprcmd 

Taking a drive down or up

• /usr/openv/volmgr/vmoprcmd -down 

• /usr/openv/volmgr/vmoprcmd -up 


Performing a Restore

• From the GUI 

o user backup & restore --> configuration --> client 

o user backup & restore --> configuration --> client to restore 

o directory to search 

o directory depth 

o date range 

o file --> browse backups for restore 

Adding New Tapes to the Library

• Using the GUI 

o Media Management --> Actions --> New --> Single Volume . . --> 

o Media Type (ie DLT) 

o Robot Type (ie TLD) 

o Media ID (from Inventory) 

o Slot Number (from Inventory) 

o Robot Number (ie 0) 

o Volume Group 

o Volume Pool (ie Scratch) 

• Using the CLI 

o vmadd -m -mt -verbose -rt -b -rn -rc1 -p -mm 

 vmpool -listall --> lists all pools, both name and number

o For example: vmadd -m 000151 -mt dlt -verbose -rt tld -b 000151 -rn 0 -rc1 8 -p 2 -mm 0 

Re-using Tapes from other systems or older Netbackups

• Expire the media 

o bpexpdate -ev MEDIA_ID -d 0 -force -host HOST 

• Deassign the media 

o vmquery -deassignbyid MEDIA_ID 4 0 

• Move to the scratch pool 

o vmchange -m MEDIA_ID -p POOL#

• Relabel the media 

o bplabel -ev CIM572 -d dlt -p Scratch

Changing the attributes of media

• Changing the barcode 

o vmchange -barcode CYM100D -m CYM100 

• Changing the Volume Pool 

o vmchange -m MEDIA_ID -p POOL# 


To expire media

• bpexpdate -ev -d 0 -force -host 

To unfreeze media

• List the frozen media 

o /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/goodies/available_media | grep -i FROZEN 

• Unfreeze the media

o bpmedia -unfreeze -ev -h 

To relabel a tape

• bplabel -ev -d -p 

• bplabel -ev 000687 -d dlt -p TriVrgt_OFFSITE 

To remove media from the Netbackup database

• Verify that there are no images on the tape 

o bpimmedia -mediaid 000687 -L 

• Expire the tape 

o bpexpdate -ev 000687 -d 0 -host scorpius -force 

• Get the status and pool number of the tape 

o vmquery -m 000687 

• Deassign the tape 

o vmquery -deassignbyid 

o vmquery -deassignbyid 000687 4 0x0 

• Delete the tape 

o vmdelete -m 000687


Installing the Netbackup Client

• /update_clients -ForceInstall -ClientList /tmp/clients.lst 

o requires that TMPDIR and TEMPDIR be set correctly 

Excludng files from backup on a client

• Create /usr/openv/netbackup/exclude_list 

• Put the file specifications of the files/directories to be excluded 

o /mnt/directory/* 

Displaying Information about a Tape

• vmquery -m --> Displays attributes about a particular tape 

• bpmedialist -U -mcontents -ev 000687 --> Displays media contents 

• bpmedialist -U -mlist --> List of all media 

• bpmedialist -U -mlist -ev CYM966 --> Listing of a particular media id 

• bpimmedia -mediaid 000687 -L --> Listing of images on a tape

Robtest Commands

• Starting robtest 

o robtest 

o 1 --> to select TLD 0 

• Getting help 

o ? 

• Looking at contents of the tape drives 

o s d 

• Looking at the contents of the library 

o s s 

• Moving a tape from a drive to a library slot 

o s d --> to identify drive number that has tape (Contains Cartridge = yes, Barcode=XXXXXX) 

o s s --> to identify an empty slot in the tape library (Netbackup will need to be re-inventoried) 

o m d# s# --> from from drive # to slot # 

o s d --> verify the tape drive is empty 

o s s --> verify the library slot has the tape


Configuration Files


• configuration file, sets backup server and backup clients 

• force statement must be correct 

• client to browse from 

• client to restore to 



To utilize logfiles, create the corresponding directory in /usr/openv/netbackup/logs


Server Logfile directories:

• admin - adminstrative commands 

• bpbrm - backup and restore manager 

• bpcd - client daemon 

• bpdbjobs - database manager program process 

• bpdm - disk manager process 

• bpjava-msvc - Java application server authentication service 

• bpjava-usvc - process that services Java requests 

• bprd - request daemon process 

• bpsched - scheduler process that runs on master servers 

• bptm - tape/optical media management process 

• user-ops - required directory for use by Java programs 

• xbpadm - X based administration utility 

• xbpmon - X based job monitor process 

Client Logfile directories:

• bp - client user interface process 

• bparchive - archive program 

• bpbackup - backup program 

• bpbkar - program that generates golden images 

• bpcd - client daemon 

• bpjava-msvc - Java application server authentication service 

• bpjava-usvc - process that services Java requests 

• bplist - program that lists backed up and archived files 

• bpmount - program that determines local mountpoints and wildcard expansion for multiple streams 

• bphdb - Oracle database backup program start process 

• db_log - database specific extension log 

• tar - tar process log during restores 

• user_ops 

Media Manager logging automatically goes to the system log using syslogd logging facility

.Logging will only occur if these directories are created. These directories will generate a lot of data and should be deleted when no longer necessary.


To increase the amount of logging information set VERBOSE=2 in /usr/open/netbackup/bp.conf (default is VERBOSE=1)






Useful Commands


bpcllist - list classes

bpclinfo -L --> displays info about a class

vmpool - volume pools

vmpool -listall

vmpool -listscratch

bplabel -ev -d hcart

bpbackup db --> backs up the catalog

bpclclients --> lists the clients for a particular policy (class)


bperror -statuscode <-- displays information about the netbackup error.


No Backups are running:

• Check system log file for error messages

• Stop and restart all the netbackup processes 

• Look for a downed drive 

o /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmoprcmd 

o /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmoprcmd -up 0 --> this will bring up drive 0 if it's control shows as down

• Look for pending requests 

o /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmoprcmd or gui --> device management

o If there is a pending request either re-assign it to a drive, or deny the request 

Downed drive does not come back up or does not stay up

• Check for a hardware problem by looking for messages on the tape library 

• Make sure there is not a tape stuck in the drive 

o Use robtest (described above) to look at the drives 

 If there is a tape stuck in the drive, try to remove it using robtest 

 If robtest fails, then you must manually remove it. 

Verify the Client is communicating properly:

• bpclncmd -ip --> from both client and server 

• bpclntcmd -hn --> from both client and server 

• bpclntcmd -pn --> from client only 


Device Actions

Device Management --> info about tape drives

• dlt 

• hcart (ultrium) 

Media Actions

Media id must agree with # of the tape

Create a media id

• actions -->new-->single volume-->dlt cart (not dlt2) 

• put it into the "netbackup" volume pool 

Netbackup Client


To check things out do this:


It could be a couple things. Mostly DNS, bp.conf, or something stupid. On

the client run this command


/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpclntcmd -pn


/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpclntcmd -server "server name"


/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpclntcmd ip "ip_address"



One of these usually fails and your able to fix it right off 


1074 ./bpclntcmd -hn corpbu1

1075 ./bpclntcmd -ip

1076 ping

1077 ./bpclntcmd -hn corpldv1

1078 ./bpclntcmd -hn

1079 ping corpldv1

1080 ./bpclntcmd -ip



Must be able to resolve correctly from the master server and the client or it will not work!!!



Netbackup Command 

Master Server Daemons/Processes

Request daemon bprd

Scheduler bpsched (started with bprd) 

Netbackup database manager bpdbm (started with bpsched)

Job Monitor bpjobd (started with bpdbm) 

Media Server Daemons/Processes

Communications daemon bpcd

Backup and restore manager bpbrm (started with bpcd) 

Tape Manager bptm (started with bpbrm) 

Disk Manager bpdm (started with bpbrm) 

Media Manager ltid

Bar code reader avrd (started with ltid) 

Remote device management/ controls volume database vmd (started with ltid) 

Roboticdaemon (one on each media server) talks to tldcd tldd (started with ltid) 

Robotic control daemon talks to the robot directl via scsi tldcd (started with ltid) 


Master Server 

Information about backed-up files image - /opt/openv/netbackup/db 

Storage Unit, Global Configuration, Catalog backup configuration. config - /opt/openv/netbackup/db 

Backup Policy information class - /opt/openv/netbackup/db 

Job status information jobs - /opt/openv/netbackup/db 

Netbackup logs with error and status information error - /opt/openv/netbackup/db 

Information on volumes, volume pools, scratch pool and volume groups volume - /opt/openv/volmgr/database 

Media Server 

Tracks assigned volumes (media that has data them) media - /opt/openv/netbackup/db 

Information about devices managed by the media server device - /opt/openv/volmgr/database

Log and Information Files

Netbackup and Patch versions /opt/openv/netbackup/bin/version

Media Version /opt/openv/volmgr/version

Patch Level history /opt/openv/netbackup/patch/patch.history

Buffer size /opt/openv/netbackup/db/config/SIZE_DATA_BUFFERS

Number of buffers /opt/openv/netbackup/db/config/NUMBER_DATA_BUFFERS

Network Buffer Size /opt/openv/netbackup/NET_BUFFER_SZ (default = 32) 

Java GUI authorisation /opt/openv/java/auth.conf

Catalog type (binary or ASCII) /opt/openv/netbackup/db/config/cat_format.cfg

Netbackup and media manager parameter files /opt/openv/netbackup/bp.conf


Corrupt Database image files (5.0 and above) /opt/openv/netbackup/db.corrupt

Server Commands

Check license details /opt/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/get_license_key

Start Netbackup netbackup start


/opt/openv/netbackup/bin/initbprd (master)

/opt/openv/volmgr/bin/vmd (media) 

Stop Netbackup (does not disconnect GUI sessions) netbackup stop 

/opt/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/bprdreq -terminate (master)

/opt/openv/netbackup/bin/bpdbm -terminate (master) 

Stop Netbackup and kill all GUI sessions /opt/openv/netbackup/bin/goodies/bp.kill_all

Start the GUI /opt/openv/netbackup/bin/jnbSA

Scan for tape devices sgscan (solaris)

ioscan (HPUX) 

Display all Netbackup processes bpps -a 

lists servers errors bperror -U -problems -hoursago 

bperror -U -backstat -by_statcode -hoursago 

display information on a error code bperror -statuscode [-recommendation] 

Reread bp.conf file without stopping Netbackup bprdreq -rereadconfig

Check database consistency bpdbm -consistency 1

bpdbm -consistency 2

Check for the below lines:

Bad image header

Does not exist

Netbackup Recovery 

Device catalog is intact bprecover -l -m -d dlt (listing)

bprecover -r -m -d dlt (recovering) 

Device catalog is gone or corrupted bprecover -l -tpath (listing)

bprecover -r -tpath (recovering) 

Disk backups bprecover -l -dpath (listing)

bprecover -r -dpath (recovering) 

Volume Commands

Tape Drive and Inventory Commands 

List drive status, detail drive info and pending requests vmoprcmd

List the tape drive status vmoprcmd -d ds 

List the pending requests vmoprcmd -d pr 

Control a tape device vmoprcmd [-reset][-up][-down] 

List all changes in the robot(but do not update) vmupdate -recommend -rt tld -rn 0

vmcheckxxx -rt tld -rn 0 -recommend 

Empty the robot and re-inventory (using barcodes) vmupdate -rt tld -rn -rh -vh -nostderr -use_barcode_rules -use_seed -empty_ie

Tape Media Commands 

List all pools vmpool -listall -bx 

List tapes in pool vmquery -pn -bx 

List all tapes in the robot vmquery -rn 0 -bx |grep 'TLD' | sort +4 

List cleaning tapes vmquery -mt dlt_clean -bx 

List tape volume details vmquery -m 

Delete a volume from the catalog vmdelete -m 

Change a tapes expiry date vmchange -exp 12/31/06 23:59:58 -m 

Change a tape's media pool vmchange -p -m 

Media commands

List the storage units bpstulist -U 

Freeze or unfreeze media bpmedia [-freeze][-unfreeze] -ev 

List media details bpmedialist -ev 

List media contents bpmedialist -U mcontents -m 

List backup Image Information bpimagelist -backupid  

Expire client images bpimage -cleanup -allclients 

Expire a tape bpexpdate -d 0 -ev -force 

List all netbackups jobs bpdbjobs -report [-hoursago] 

Move media from one media server to another bpmedia -movedb -newserver -oldserver 

Tape/Robot commands

List tape drives tpconfig -d 

List cleaning times on drives tpclean -L 

clean a drive tpclean -C 

change a drives cleaning frequency tpclean -F 

set a drives cleaning time to zero tpclean -M 

Move tapes within robot using robtest robtest

commands that can be used are as follows:


s s (show slots)

s d (show drives)

s i (show load port)

m s250 d5 (move tape from slot 250 into drive 5)

uload d5 (unload tape from drive 5) 

m d5 s250 (move tape from drive 5 to slot 250)

m s250 i1 (mov tape from slot 250 to load port 1) 


List load port tapes echo "s i q" | tldtest -r /dev/sg/c0t4l0 

List all slot contents echo "s s q" | tldtest -r /dev/sg/c0t4l0 

List tape drive contents echo "s d q" | tldtest -r /dev/sg/c0t4l0 

Move a tape in s100 to drive 1 echo "m s100 d1" | tldtest -r /dev/sg/c0t4l0 

Move a tape to load port 1 echo "m s100 i1" | tldtest -r /dev/sg/c0t4l0 

Archiving Commands 

list archive info bpcatlist -client all -before Jul 01 2006

bpcatlist -client all -before Aug 01 2006 

archive and remove images bpcatlist -before Jul 01 2006 | bpcatarc | bpcatrm 

restore archive files bpcatlist -before Jul 01 2006 | bpcatres 

Client commands 

test client connectivity bpclntcmd [-ip ]

bpclntcmd [-hn ]

bpclntcmd [-pn]

bpclntcmd [-sv] 


1.To expire the tape


rakshak:/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd [23] > ./bpexpdate -m SVOB06 -d 0


rakshak:/usr/openv/volmgr/bin [40] > ./vmdelete -m SVOB02



/var/adm [1] >> media



/var/adm [2] >> bpps -a

NB Processes


root 536 1 0 Dec 23 ? 0:00 /bin/sh /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/nbdbdmon --user=root

root 548 536 0 Dec 23 ? 0:00 /usr/openv/db/bin/nbdbd --basedir=/usr/openv/db --datadir=/usr/openv/db/var --u

root 441 1 0 Dec 23 ? 0:17 /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bprd

root 476 1 0 Dec 23 ? 3:23 /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpdbm

root 12691 441 0 23:30:19 ? 0:12 /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpsched -ppid 441

/var/adm [12] >> bpps -a to kill the GUI of rakshak


root 11142 11120 0 09:25:25 pts/4 1:06 /usr/openv/java/jre/bin/java -Dvrts.NBJAVA_CONF=/usr/openv/java/nbj.conf -Djava

root 27301 27279 0 Jan 11 pts/2 5:31 /usr/openv/java/jre/bin/java -Dvrts.NBJAVA_CONF=/usr/openv/java/nbj.conf -Djava



To check the media list


/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd [15] > media



Netbackup reboot 

Hi Jerome,


Following timing where I am going to run the backup: ( Please check the below ones, because it's full backup and I have not run from last 2 months )


ZIN05VIEW01:10:15 Sat morning

ZIN05VIEW02:10:30 Sat morning

ZIN05VIEW03:10:45 Sat morning


Rakshak:23:00 Sat night

ZIN05VOB03:23:00 Sat Night 


Check the below steps , If you rebooting the vobserver and veiew servers.


A. Telnet to rakshak

B. Set the display

C. Go to /usr/openv/netbackup/bin and then run ./jnbSA &

D. Gui will open then on the password tab give the rakshak root passowrd.

E. Check any active job is running by clicking activity monitor.

F. If at all any jobs pertaining to critical servers are running, then select the jobs and cancel.


If you are rebooting 





Then check the follwing process are running or not


1. Go to /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/sgscan


zin05view01:/usr/openv/volmgr/bin # ./sgscan 


#WARNING: detected StorEdge Network Foundation connected devices not in

# SG configuration file:


# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf277475

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf9b645a

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cfa17ac8

# Device World Wide Port Name 5080020000197169

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cfa17b08

# Device World Wide Port Name 500000e010136591

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cfa17211

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf9b61fb

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf9b6ada

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf9b6aee

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf9b6898

# Device World Wide Port Name 21000004cf9b61df

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf9b645a

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf277475

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cfa17ac8

# Device World Wide Port Name 508002000019716a

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf9b61fb

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cfa17211

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf9b6ada

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf9b6aee

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf9b6898

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cf9b61df

# Device World Wide Port Name 22000004cfa17b08

# Device World Wide Port Name 500000e010136592


# See /usr/openv/volmgr/MediaMgr_DeviceConfig_Guide.txt chapter

# "Special configuration for "Sun StorEdge Network Foundation" HBA/Driver"

# for information on how to use and sg.install to

# configure these devices



/dev/sg/c0tw2100001086103bacl0: Changer: "ATL M2500"

/dev/sg/c0tw2100001086103bacl1: Tape (/dev/rmt/3): "QUANTUM SDLT320" 

/dev/sg/c0tw2100001086103bacl2: Tape (/dev/rmt/2): "QUANTUM SDLT320" 

/dev/sg/c0tw2100001086104420l0: Tape (/dev/rmt/1): "QUANTUM SDLT320" 

/dev/sg/c0tw2100001086104420l1: Tape (/dev/rmt/0): "QUANTUM SDLT320" 


If it's not showing then do


/etc/rc2.d/S99M2500 start


Again run the sgscan command 


2. go to /usropenv/netbackup/bin/bpps -a


NB Processes


root 27315 1 0 Sep 22 ? 0:00 /bin/sh /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/nbdbdmon --user=root

root 27327 27315 0 Sep 22 ? 0:00 /usr/openv/db/bin/nbdbd --basedir=/usr/openv/db --datadir=/usr/openv/db/var --u



MM Processes


root 29066 28896 0 Sep 22 ? 0:00 avrd

root 27238 1 0 Sep 22 ? 0:01 vmd

root 28896 1 0 Sep 22 ? 0:02 /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/ltid

root 29064 28896 0 Sep 22 ? 0:00 tldd

root 526 27238 0 Sep 22 ? 0:01 rdevmi -sockfd 6 -r

root 29903 27238 0 Sep 22 ? 0:01 rdevmi -sockfd 6 -r

root 66 27238 0 Sep 22 ? 0:01 rdevmi -sockfd 6 -r

root 15380 27238 0 11:07:44 ? 0:00 rdevmi -sockfd 6 -r


If it's not running then go to the below path to start the netbackup service. 




3. On vob03 check vxtask list whether the flashsnap is running or not.


Hope you will understand my problem....












To freeze the tapes you need to login to the respective media servers



cd /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd

zin05view03:/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd # ./bpmedia -freeze -m SVEW03






To check the media list 2 methods


1. avilable media it will displays only what all the media available and which media which belongs

2.bpmedialisd give all the information about what all the media availbles and media which belongs to the pools and when it allocated and expiration last date updated and read etc.. with respect to media servers.






1.rakshak:/ [1] > cd /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/

rakshak:/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd [2] > ./bpmedialist



Server Host = rakshak


id rl images allocated last updated density kbytes restores

vimages expiration last read <------- STATUS ------->


DMON01 8 100 06/14/2004 15:13 N/A dlt2 2212471 0

MPX 10/19/2005 16:19 11/03/2004 19:13 IMPORTED


SDEL01 24 395 04/23/2004 09:45 12/09/2004 17:29 dlt2 211914147 2

MPX 12/07/2014 17:29 12/29/2004 12:18


SDLY01 5 2611 08/26/2004 21:05 01/12/2005 21:57 dlt2 323247463 0





Server Host = zin05view01


id rl images allocated last updated density kbytes restores

vimages expiration last read <------- STATUS ------->


SVEW02 8 3 12/31/2004 23:37 01/12/2005 23:30 dlt2 192245499 0

MPX 01/12/2006 23:30 N/A 


SVEW06 8 317 12/22/2004 11:29 12/31/2004 23:37 dlt2 421554297 0

MPX 12/31/2005 23:37 N/A FULL



Server Host = zin05view02


id rl images allocated last updated density kbytes restores

vimages expiration last read <------- STATUS ------->


SVEW01 8 3 01/01/2005 02:40 01/12/2005 23:54 dlt2 225510259 0

MPX 01/12/2006 23:54 N/A 


SVEW13 8 229 12/18/2004 01:02 01/01/2005 02:40 dlt2 398799500 0

MPX 01/01/2006 02:40 N/A FULL


SVEW14 8 210 12/18/2004 01:02 12/25/2004 01:37 dlt2 408836258 0

MPX 12/25/2005 01:37 N/A FULL


SVEW15 8 1 12/25/2004 01:37 12/25/2004 01:37 dlt2 13287112 0





Server Host = zin05view03


id rl images allocated last updated density kbytes restores

vimages expiration last read <------- STATUS ------->


SVEW03 8 2 01/11/2005 09:23 01/13/2005 00:55 dlt2 101592944 

MPX 01/13/2006 00:55 N/A 


SVEW10 8 14 12/18/2004 11:53 12/18/2004 12:04 dlt2 18070585 0

MPX 12/18/2005 12:11 N/A 


SVEW11 8 44 12/18/2004 11:02 01/11/2005 09:23 dlt2 391753568 0

MPX 01/11/2006 09:23 N/A FULL