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Linux Liveupdate Agent

How is it possible to tell if Liveupdate agent is installed on Linux (6.5x) ?

 

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When you install the

When you install the liveupdate agent onto the master server, it will request where the folder is on the server in question. It will create an `nblu.conf` file in the '/usr/openv/netbackup' folder.

so check if you have nblu.conf file in the location /usr/openv/netbackup

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Hi, Check this

Hi,

Check this artical

 

DOCUMENTATION: The NetBackup LiveUpdate Process.

Article:TECH57671  |  Created: 2008-01-14  |  Updated: 2009-01-14  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH5767

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https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/push-liveupdate-agent-75-65-linux-clients

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When you install the

When you install the liveupdate agent onto the master server, it will request where the folder is on the server in question. It will create an `nblu.conf` file in the '/usr/openv/netbackup' folder.

so check if you have nblu.conf file in the location /usr/openv/netbackup

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When you install the

When you install the liveupdate agent onto the linux master server nblu.conf file is created.  It will have informaton about the liveupdate configuration