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script to get Netbackup exclude list for OS Linux & windows

Manumohan
Level 4

Can you plese help me to give a good script for netbackup which can get the exclude list details of all client configured in the Master.

I have two platforms 

1. Linux

2. Win 2012

3. Win 2008 R2

Netbackup versions are 7.6.1.1 , 7.6.0.2 , 6.6.0.4 and 7.0.1

 

 

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Will_Restore
Level 6

here's a starting point

Linux:  bpgetconfig -e /localfilename  clientname | cat /localfilename 

Windows: bpgetconfig -M clientname | grep Exclude

 

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RamNagalla
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yes... file read failed means.. this specific client does not have the exclude_list file at all.

if you are looking for all unix client do the below one

put all list of unix  clients in file /tmp/clientlist and then run below for loop

for i in `cat /tmp/clientlist`;do  /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/bpgetconfig -e /tmp/$i  $i ; done 

once this command is compleated you will have the files in /tmp with client name and with their exclude lists

like /tmp/client1, /tmp/client2 and so on... 

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Will_Restore
Level 6

here's a starting point

Linux:  bpgetconfig -e /localfilename  clientname | cat /localfilename 

Windows: bpgetconfig -M clientname | grep Exclude

 

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Manumohan
Level 4

Hi Will,

The command did worked for windows. But Linux it is not working..

./bpgetconfig -e /usr/openv/netbackup/exclude_list  clientname (name of the client i have given)

socket read failed

The client i seperately checkeed it is syncing well with master. verified under host properties.

 

why it is showing "file read failed"  Is that i need to understand no file mentioned for this client (bwdbackup-nb)

bpgetconfig -e /usr/openv/netbackup/exclude_list  bwdbackup-nb
file read failed

 

 

 

RamNagalla
Moderator
Moderator
Partner    VIP    Certified

yes... file read failed means.. this specific client does not have the exclude_list file at all.

if you are looking for all unix client do the below one

put all list of unix  clients in file /tmp/clientlist and then run below for loop

for i in `cat /tmp/clientlist`;do  /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/bpgetconfig -e /tmp/$i  $i ; done 

once this command is compleated you will have the files in /tmp with client name and with their exclude lists

like /tmp/client1, /tmp/client2 and so on... 

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