UNIX client processes that use legacy logging
Many UNIX client processes use legacy logging. To enable legacy debug logging on UNIX clients, create the appropriate subdirectories in the following directory.
You can use the following batch file to create all of the debug log directories at once:
Table: UNIX client processes that use legacy logging describes the directories for the legacy debug logs that apply to UNIX clients.
Table: UNIX client processes that use legacy logging
Menu driven client-user interface program.
Archive program. Also useful for debugging bp.
Backup program. Also useful for debugging bp.
Program that is used to generate backup images.
NetBackup client daemon or manager.
Command-line utility that produces a status report on client NetBackup images or removable
Command-line utility on the clients that test NetBackup system functionality and enables Fibre Transport
Program that starts a script to back up a database on a NetBackup database agent client.
See the system administrator's guide for the appropriate NetBackup database agent for more information.
The NetBackup Java application server authentication service that inetd starts during the startup of the NetBackup Java interface applications. This program authenticates the user that started the application.
The NetBackup program that bpjava-msvc starts upon successful logon through the logon dialog box that is presented when a NetBackup Java Backup, Archive, and Restore (BAR) interface is started. This program services all requests from the Java user interfaces on the host where bpjava-msvc is running.
Program that lists backed up and archived files. Also useful to debug bp. On pre-7.6 versions of NetBackup, the bpclntcmd command and the bpclimagelist command send their debug log messages to the bplist directory. On NetBackup 7.6, bpclntcmd and bpclimagelist send their debug log messages to the bpclntcmd and the bpclimagelist directory, respectively.
Program that determines the local mount points and wildcard expansion for multiple data streams.
Command-line program on clients to export Oracle data in XML format. Communicates with bprd on the server.
64-bit command-line program on clients to export Oracle data in XML format. Communicates with bprd on the server.
Command-line program on clients to import Oracle data in XML format. Communicates with bprd on the server.
64-bit command-line program on clients to import Oracle data in XML format. Communicates with bprd on the server.
Restore program. Also useful for debugging bp.
Tests and analyzes DNS and connectivity problems with any specified list of hosts, including the server list in the NetBackup configuration.
For more information on these logs, see the NetBackup guide for the database-extension product that you use.
These logs have information about the mtfrd process that is used for phase 2 imports and restores of the Backup Exec media.
nbtar processing during restores.
The user_ops directory is created during the install of NetBackup on all servers and clients. The NetBackup Java interface programs use this directory for temporary files and for job and progress log files that the Backup, Archive, and Restore program (jbpSA) generates. This directory must exist for successful operation of any of the Java programs and must have public read, write, and run permissions. This directory contains a directory for every user that uses the Java programs.
In addition, on NetBackup Java capable platforms, the NetBackup Java interface log files are written in a subdirectory that is called nbjlogs. All of the files that are in the user_ops directory hierarchy are removed according to the setting of the KEEP_LOGS_DAYS configuration option.