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NETBACKUP Process flow

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Master Server

Backup Policy Managemen t File Database BPRD

Netbackup Backup And Restore GUI Backup Plus Policy Execution Resource Daemon Database Manager Netbackup Request Broker Manager EMM Job Manager On master servers,isthenbpem service uses nbproxy to get the Onthe server that the NetBackup database managerclient and master servers, defined serviceEMM responds tonbrb from nbjm as the EMMserver, nbemm request daemon server, requests accepts job the program service that manages bpdbm, commands such as bplabel and policy list from requestscreates the policy-client tasks, tpreq. administrative the configuration, error, and file databases. manages nbpem and from media for the following: devices, By: accepts media, and storage nbjm Startedresource (also by unit configuration, and performs determines Restores bprdrequests from nbjm, acquires physical resourcesselection. Replaces vmd and runs the /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/initbpdbm due jobs. when jobs (scheduled and user-directed)device allocator. Backups are due to run, and starts on UNIX) jobs once resource acquires job resources from nbrb, as the from nbemm, /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/bpdbm resources Stopped Started By: and manages logical resources. ArchivesBy:Started when NetBackup starts. -terminate Started is /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/nbpem command on UNIX and or NetBackup StoppedBy: backed whenstopping thestarts. -terminate List thatBy:Startedup by archived filesNetBackup Database are available. /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/nbemmm -terminate Stopped By: /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/nbrb Started immediate when NetBackup starts. -terminate Manager service on backups Debug Log: On theWindows. (started through the or ManualBy: Started server, /usr/openv/logs (UNIX)NetBackup Debug Log: bpdbm server, /usr/openv/logs (UNIX) or install_path\logs (Windows). log directoryoption) server. administration/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/nbjm -terminate interface manual backup on the Stopped By:On the legacy install_path\logs the Debug Log: On (Windows). See Unified Logging Request Daemon option on the Special Started By: Initiate server, /usr/openv/logs (UNIX) or See Unified logging install_path\logs (Windows). Actions See Unified logging menu in bpadm (also the /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/initbprd command). Stopped By: Terminate Request Daemon option on the Special Actions menu in bpadm. Debug Log: bprd legacy log directory on the server.

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BPCD BPTM

Netbackup Backup And Restore GUI Netbackup Remote and Device Management Startup Backup Plus Client Daemon Process Media Manager Tape Manager and Manager Backup and Restore Monitor service Remote Process clients, and is the NetBackup client daemon conduit On UNIXManagerbpcd Monitor Service (nbrmms) is the and lets master and media servers, the Backup/Restore Manager bptm manages both disk and manages NetBackup start programs on and configures automatically through the client discovers or bpdm process. be UNIX clients Media which EMM and bptm remote hosts (canIt also uses tape and device management processes arestorage on media servers. during initiated In addition It is used when the storage unit type is backup servers). For configuration management, nbrmms error or otherand restore.toexample, the server can connect to UNIX provides all access To start server resources to monitoring NetBackup the client and from bptm or on the remote run either status without requiring /.rhosts entries bpdm for determine clients fromstartup. to mediathese processes manually, host.the and bp.start_all of backup or restore starts bpbrm disk status (UNIX) or bpup nbjm operations. and transfer of final or Media Manager. This program manages thewhen starts The program is used when (Windows). ltid automatically bpbrm event notifications. other daemons and client and images between thethe client. the storage The daemons Started By: For each backup or necessary.device. communicates with programs as restore, nbjm starts an should be Started running after NetBackup client daemon instance By: For each backup or restore, bpbrm starts an (For a description of the initial startup. starts, or byon PC clients, Started when NetBackup /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/nbrmms In bpbrm instance on the server with the below.) of the case of robotic daemons, appropriate and tlhd, the see BPCDW32.EXE(for windows)such as tl8d storage unit. associated the server when NetBackup of bptm By: Stopped also hasconfigured for the by StoppedBy: inetd. Startedon robot must thatof operation. stops, ordaemon to Completion be the storage unit. /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/nbrmms to start the run. There are also additional ways-terminate stop daemons. Debug Log: Completion of operation. Stopped By:bpbrm legacy log directory on and server. Debug Log: bptm legacy log directory on both client and On the server, /usr/openv/logs (UNIX) or bpcd legacy log on the server. install_path\logs (Windows). server. See Unified logging Backup Plus Client Daemon Service On Windows clients, BPCDW32.EXE is the executable file that starts the NetBackup client daemon. Started By: When Windows starts if the daemon is in the Startup group. Otherwise, by double clicking on its icon. Stopped By: On Windows, you can stop it through the Services application in the Control Panel. Debug Log: BPCD legacy log directory on the client.

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Netbackup Backup And Restore GUI Backup Plus Filesystem Snapshot Provider Backup/Archive Client Daemon Manager INET Daemon On UNIX clients the Backup/Archive Manager daemonthat bpfis Often called a super-server, NetBackup client generates ports clients, bpfis creates the inetd listens on designated the clients, bpcd is and deletes snapshots. Note and lets backup internet NetBackup start services on remote hosts (can be UNIX clients used byimages. programssuch as FTP, POP3, and telnet. When is part of the Snapshot example, the with a Started By: or UDP packet arrives server particular destination or other servers). ForClient server product.storage unit. a TCP packet bpbrm on the add-onwith thecan connect to UNIX Started By: requiring /.rhosts entries StoppedBy: inetd launches the appropriate server program clients withoutCompletion of operation. on the remote host. to port number, bpbrm. Stopped By: Completion Debug Log: bpbkar when services that on not expected The program is used legacynbjm starts bpbrm and when to handle the connection. Foroflog directory are the client. bpbrm operation. Debug high loads, this method uses memory more efficiently, communicates with the client. Backup, Archive run withLog: bpfis legacy log directory on the client or alternate client. Started specific servers run only when needed. Furthermore, since theBy: inetd. or Restore from Stopped By: Completion of operation.GUI no network code is required in the application-specific Debug Log: bpcd hooks log directory on both stdin, stdout daemons, as inetd legacy the sockets directly toclient and server. and stderr of the spawned process. Backup Plus Client Daemon Service On Windows clients, BPCDW32.EXE is the executable file that starts the NetBackup client daemon. Started By: When Windows starts if the daemon is in the Startup group. Otherwise, by double clicking on its icon. Stopped By: On Windows, you can stop it through the Services application in the Control Panel. Debug Log: BPCD legacy log directory on the client. BPCD BPBRM

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Netbackup Backup And Restore GUI

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Logging
Log locations

All unified logs are written to the /usr/openv/logs directory (UNIX) and the install_path\NetBackup\logs folder (Windows). Unlike legacy logging, you do not need to create logging subdirectories. Log files for originator IDs are written to a subdirectory with the name specified in the log configuration file. 10/17/12

Unified Logging file name format


Unified logging uses a standardized naming format for log files, as follows:

productID-originatorID-hostID-daterotation.log

The following shows the meaning of each of the variables in the log file name:

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product ID - Identifies the product.

EXAMPLE

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Vxlogview Command
Use this command to view the logs that unified logging creates. These logs are stored in subdirectories in /usr/openv/logs on UNIX or install_path\logs on Windows. Unlike the files that are written in legacy logging, you cannot view unified logging files with a text editor. The unified logging files are in binary 10/17/12

Log View Examples Part I

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Log View Examples Part I

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