Veritas NetBackup™ Commands Reference Guide
- Appendix A. NetBackup Commands
nbseccmd — run the NetBackup Security Configuration service utility
-setuptrustedmaster -add | -remove -masterserver master_server_name -remotemasterserver remote_master_server -mutualtrust -domainname domain_name -username name -password pwd
-setuptrustedmaster -add | -remove -masterserver master_server_name -remotemasterserver remote_master_server [-remoteonly | -localonly]
-command -option -help
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\
The nbseccmd -setuptrustedmaster command sets up a one-way or two-way trust relationship between a master server and a remote master server. You can specify that only the master server trusts the remote master server (-localonly) or that only the remote master trusts the master server (-remoteonly).
This command can be run only on the master server.
- -domainname domain_name
Specifies the domain to which the user that is specified in -username belongs. It is used with -password to validate the credentials.
- -masterserver master_server_name
Specifies the name of the master server that the user has logged into. Auto Image Replication uses this name for the current master server or the source master server.
Establishes bidirectional trust between the two specified master servers (-masterserver and -remotemasterserver).
- -password pwd
Specifies the user password used with -username and -domainname to validate the credentials of the remote master server host.
- -remotemasterserver remote_master_server
Specifies the name of the remote master server where the trust is to be established. Auto Image Replication uses this name for the target master server.
- -remoteonly | -localonly
Specifies the way that a trust must be established. Either the local master (source) trusts the remote master (target) or vice versa. If neither of these options is specified, a two-way trust is established.
- -setuptrustedmaster -add | -remove
Add or remove inter-domain trust across master servers.
- -username username
Specifies the login user name of the remote master server host. It is used with -domainname and -password to validate the credentials of the remote master server host.