Veritas NetBackup™ Vault™ Administrator's Guide
- About Vault
- About the Vault process
- Installing Vault
- About installing and configuring Vault on UNIX and Linux systems
- About installing and configuring Vault on Microsoft Windows systems
- Best Practices
- About preferred vaulting strategies
- About how to ensure that data is vaulted
- About not Vaulting more than necessary
- About preparing for efficient recovery
- About avoiding resource contention during duplication
- About two processes trying to use the same drive
- About load balancing
- About how to avoid sending duplicates over the network
- About increasing duplication throughput
- About organizing reports
- Configuring NetBackup for Vault
- About off-site volume pools
- About creating catalog backup schedules for Vault
- About setting master server properties for Vault
- Configuring Vault
- About Vault configuration
- About configuring Vault Management Properties
- General tab (Vault Management Properties)
- Alternate Media Server Names tab (Vault Management Properties)
- Retention Mappings tab (Vault Management Properties)
- Reports tab (Vault Management Properties)
- About creating a vault
- About creating profiles
- Configuring a profile
- Duplication tab
- Catalog backup tab (Profile dialog box)
- Eject tab (Profile dialog box)
- Reports tab (Profile dialog box)
- Vaulting and managing media
- About Vault sessions
- About monitoring a Vault session
- About the list of images to be vaulted
- About ejecting media
- About injecting media
- About using containers
- About vaulting media in containers
- About managing containers and media
- About vaulting additional volumes
- About using notify scripts
- Creating originals or copies concurrently
- About the continue or fail for concurrent copies
- About creating duplicate images concurrently
- About generating reports
- About consolidating reports
- Vault report types
- Reports for media going off site
- Reports for media coming on-site
- Inventory reports
- Administering Vault
- About administering access to Vault
- About NetBackup Vault session files
- Using the menu user interface
- Debug logs
- Appendix A. Recovering from disasters
- About disaster recovery
- Appendix B. Vault file and directory structure
Creating a Vault policy to generate reports
You can use a Vault policy to generate reports for the Vault sessions that have completed already and for which reports have not been generated. On the Backup Selections tab, in the Vault policy, specify Vault as the policy type, do not specify clients, and specify the vlteject command with the -report option.
You also can specify a robot, vault, profile, or session for which to generate reports.
If the corresponding eject process has completed, pending reports from the selected sessions are generated and distributed. The reports are not generated again if vlteject is run again.
If the eject operation has not been completed, the subset of reports that do not depend on completion of eject are generated and distributed. These reports are generated again if vlteject is run again.
The following is the format of the vlteject command:
vlteject -eject -report -preview [-profile profile_name] [-profile robot_no/vault_name/profile_name] [-robot robot_no] [-vault vault_name [-sessionid id]] [-auto y|n] [-eject_delay seconds] [-legacy]
The vlteject command resides in the following directory:
See the NetBackup Commands Reference Guide.
To create a Vault policy to generate reports
- In the NetBackup Administration Console, in the left pane, expand NetBackup Management > Policies.
- On the Actions menu, click New > Policy.
- Type a unique name for the new policy in the Add a New Policy dialog box.
- On the Attributes tab, select Vault as the policy type.
- On the Schedules tab, click New to create a new schedule.
The type of backup defaults to Automatic Vault.
- Complete the schedule.
- Bypass the Client tab (clients are not specified for Vault jobs).
- On the Backup Selections tab, enter the vlteject command with the -report option and any other appropriate options.
- Click OK.