I was wondering if anyone knew if netbackup provided a script for starting and stoping its own client smf services.
atrcx730(root) #: svcs -a | egrep "bpcd|vnetd|vopied|bpjava-msvc"
online 17:34:19 svc:/network/bpcd/tcp:default
Has any body else noticed that Netbackup does not restore files that a zero bytes in size.
The file I'm restoring in /etc/dfs/sharetab.
I can see it in the BAR GUI, but if I'm restoring the whole of the /etc directory it does not get restored, but if...
I have a Solaris 10 update 6 master/boot server and I'm trying to create an srt for a Solaris 9 client.
The location i use to locate my srt's is a ZFS filesystem. i have no problem creating solaris 10 srt's in it.
But as soon as I try to crea...
Hi All I have Netbackup 6.5.3 installed on my windows's 2003 server (X4100 M2 hardware). And I've created a Fast Windows SRT. The problem is that when I try to do a Disaster Recovery. The SRT only detects 2 of the 4 Network interfaces on the server. ...
Hi all.I've been trying to install Netbackup 6.5 on a windows 2003 machine and keep getting the following error.Error 1723. There is a problem with this windows installer package. A DLL required for thisinstall to comlpete could not be run. Contact y...
There is a Netbackup Client Job tracker that runs on windows, it might be something your customer can use to view his backup jobs.
Wont give him any great amount of detail, but might be enough to keep him happy knowing he can see some th...
This will at least tell you what files and folders where backed up.
I suppose checking the bpbkar logs on the client will let you know if the backup job was successfull or not.
Try this from your windows client
<Install_path>\bplist.exe -C <hostname used for backup> -t 13 -R <n> /<drive>
where n is how how many sub directories of the selected drive you want to search recursively