Plus, the crosscheck command uses/looks at the Netbackup
*catalog* so the files do not necessarily need to be directly
available/accessible at the time the command is issued. But they do need
to exist in the NB catalog - which you can check with some form of the NB bplist
command (before issuing the crosscheck command), if I am not mistaken. If
you need the exact syntax shoot me a message and I will try to locate an old
script I have.
On 5/29/07, Tony van Lingen
exactly what I'm afraid of. The backup exists on some tape
NetBackup, which may or may not be available at the time of
crosscheck command. If it's not available, and what you say
is true (and I
understand it the same way), then I effectively lose a
backup, don't I. Surely there is a more robust way to get
If the file is available, crosscheck
should find it.
If not, it will be marked as expired.
IAC, if you
don't run crosscheck, your backup of the archive log will not work.
files erroneously come up missing, you can always catalog them manually if need
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