For example, in the first image in the list (server. This script, when executed, restores the Northwind database which was backed up on November 29th, 2002, at PM.
The RECOVEREDSTATE NOTRECOVERED indicates that other restore operations will be run after this (i.e.
So my next thought is "OK, so it isn't enough that you just edit the file.
Maybe after I edit the file I need to restart something on the client side here." I looked for the netbackup [start | stop] script in /usr/openv/netbackup/bin and /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/goodies and didn't find one.
--== WHAT I' VE TRIED SO FAR ==-- Now, if I: * Log into my current master server * Go to host properties * Select the same client * Go to the servers tab under client properties and add the three new servers there, I can then switch over to the new master server and connect to the client.
When I log back into my UNIX client and pull up the file, I see the same entries that I had typed in manually.
The before the database name indicates a full database backup, the indicates a cumulative incremental, and the indicates a transaction log backup.
The final string of numbers is the date and time, in the following format: YYYYMMDDhhmmss. C:\), the image was created on November 29, 2002, at PM.
It is possible that updates have been made to the original version after this document was translated and published.Useful links to the Net Backup documentations There are also additional important sites as follow: In the above documentations links, you can find not only the Upgrade Guide/Release Notes for a specific Net Backup version but also how to configure Exchange, Sharepoint backup and more as well.For example, if you want to upgrade Net Backup from 7.5 to 7.6, you should follow the link regarding to Net Backup 7.6.This file is installed by default when the client software was installed.The image name is composed of a variety of information drawn from the master server, including the server name, the database name, and the date and time of the backup.I Googled how to restart the NBU client software on a client and saw several different answers: * restart xinetd * run the netbackup [start | stop] script in /usr/openv/netbackup/bin or /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/goodies * run /etc/init.d/s[some number]netbackup [start | stop] I tried all of these suggestions.