I assume you already checked the logging level from the host properties from NetBackup console, if yes then check using the below command :
vxlogcfg -p 51216 -o Default -l > to print the config
It should show you debug level at 1 and diagnostic level at 0 if not then you need to change using below command:
vxlogcfg -a -p 51216 -o Default -s DebugLevel=1 -s DiagnosticLevel=0
Let me know how it goes.
# To reset all logging levels for vxlog on the master
vxlogcfg -a -p 51216 -o ALL -s DebugLevel=0 -s DiagnosticLevel=0
Yet one of the clients logs keeps filling up.
NetBackup Management > Host Properties > Clients > (select client) > Properties > Logging
also under Windows Client > Client Settings > Additional Logging Levels
Your solution did not work as the logs are still filling up. I have multiple huge files in bpbkar folder. For now I have deleted this folder to check how it goes.
bpbkar is not a unified log, so is unaffected by the vxlogcfg commands.
The verbose level is controlled by a VERBOSE setting in either bp.conf (unix) or registry (windows)
I am guessing this is a Windows client - if so:
This controls the Registry setting Martin is referring to. The location in the Registry that this setting modifies is:
Hope this helps,