Articles tagged with: netbackup
NetBackup is an enterprise-level distributed backup and recovery application. The environment consists of the master server, media server, storage library, networking hardware, and client agents. NetBackup supports a wide variety of Unix, Linux, VMS, and Windows systems. The original backup solution was developed by Control Data Corp., later acquired by Openvision, which gave the product its “NetBackup” name. NetBackup was then bought by Veritas and is currently owned and supported (poorly) by Symantec.
A few screenshots taken with Sun Java Desktop running under Solaris 10 on a SunBlade 2000 workstation, which also works great as a heated footstool when placed under your desk.
A general view of the desktop …
This script uses the output of the script in the previous example to calculate yearly backup load for each Veritas NetBackup client.
The following script will calculate total size of data backups for each Veritas NetBackup client over the past week (or as defined by the “daysago” variable in the script). The final output will be uploaded …
enable “Rename hard links”
disable “Rename soft links”
if root of destination drive is mounted as /destination/ then select “Restore to alternate path: from / to /destination/ , Restore search path
This is the alternate path for everything: …