Veritas NetBackup™ Commands Reference Guide
- Appendix A. NetBackup Commands
bpgetdebuglog — Run helper program for backuptrace and restoretrace. Prints out debug log file. Useful as a stand-alone program.
remote_machine [remote_program mmddyy [user_name|user_name@domain_name]]
On UNIX systems, the directory path to this command is /usr/openv/netbackup/bin/admincmd/
On Windows systems, the directory path to this command is <install_path>\NetBackup\bin\admincmd\
If all arguments are specified, bpgetdebuglog prints the contents of the specified debug log file to standard output. If only remote_machine is specified, bpgetdebuglog prints to standard output the number of seconds of clock drift between the local computer and the remote machine. A positive number means that the local computer is ahead of the remote machine. A negative number means that the remote machine is ahead of the local computer.
If the user_name option is specified, the command fetches only those log files which are appended with the specified user name. On Windows platforms, the command input format requires username along with the machine or domain name (user_name@domain_name). For the log folders that do not have read-access granted, the command returns a Permission Denied error.
The bpgetdebuglog command must be in the specified directory (see SYNOPSIS) for backuptrace and restoretrace to use it.
You must have administrator privileges to run this command.
Name of the remote server.
Name of the debug log directory on the remote server.
The day stamp that is used to identify the log file (log.mmddyy for UNIX, mmddyy.log for Windows) to be read.
The name of the user for whom the debug log files are fetched.
The name of a non-administrator user along with the domain name or machine name from where the debug log files are fetched.
# bpgetdebuglog peony bpcd 071214 # bpgetdebuglog peony # bpgetdebuglog peony bpcd 071214 Bob@example