You will have to use bplist command to find the files that were backed up by the client. bpimmedia will list the images (backupid's) on the media.
1. Find the backup time of the client - Use bpimagelist or Catalog in Java GUI
2. Find the exact backup start time and end time of the backupid from bimagelist output
3. Use bplist command using client_name and timings to list the files that are backed up
bplist -B -C client_name -S master -t 0 -k unix_policy -s start_time -e end_time -R -l -u /opt/or/your_path
bplist -B -C client_name -S master -t 13 -k win_policy -sstart_time -e end_time -l -R /D/or/your_path
If you are looking for more, please elobrate your query with more details.
Just use "/" root so that it will list the files in your entire backup, which I usually try to avoid. But you can use "/" and forward the output to a file. Please make sure this command "bplist" is very sensitive to the syntax you give so be accurate. Even If syntax is wrong the output does not mention that instead it just says "no entity was found"
ok got it.
instead i went to each backup job, there the backup_id can be found and once found, i expired them using catalog. then used this command:
nbstlutil bpexpdate -d 0 -backupid serverb01_1490858540
bpexpdate -d 0 -backupid serverb01_1490858540
to "delete" them from disk.
now forcing a manual image cleanup.