March 12, 2009

Retrieving client attributes with nsradmin

Posted in Networker Legato at 11:59 pm by alessiodini

Altough i can use nwadmin as graphical interface , i can use nsradmin command for see the informations about a specific Legato client. This is an example:

nsradmin> . type:NSR client;name:satr01
Current query set
nsradmin> print
type: NSR client;
name: satrdm01;
server: backup_c3;
comment: ULIX-FILESYSTEM;
Save operations: ;
archive services: Disabled;
schedule: full Sabato;
browse policy: tre settimane;
retention policy: tre settimane;
directive: ;
group: WEB_FS_07;
save set: /satr, /opt/autotree;
remote access: root@satr01, lgtoadm@satr_al,
administrator@satr_al;
remote user: ;
password: ;
backup command: savepnpc;
application information: ;
ndmp: No;
aliases: satr01;
archive users: ;
storage nodes: nsrserverhost;
clone storage nodes: ;
client OS type: HpOS;
CPUs: 0;
NetWorker version: 7.2.1.Build.311;
enabler in use: Yes;
licensed applications: ;
licensed PSPs: ;

Good!

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7 Comments »

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    • alessiodini said,

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  3. Mahendra said,

    Is there any way to feed $HOSTNAME attribute in bash to
    and get client information?
    i mean
    we will have a file client_information with contents
    . type:NSR client;name:$HOSTNAME
    print
    we run nsradmin -i client_information should give me output of all client details

    • alessiodini said,

      Hi,
      i think with some basic script … yes you could do it!
      Thank you for visit my blog by the way 😀

  4. Mahendra said,

    is there any method to find the storage node and master server details from the nsr client commands?

    • alessiodini said,

      Sorry but I honestly don’t remember !
      Try to look on man pages !


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