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Trying to find what tapes an image is on.

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Trying to find what tapes an image is on.
June 28, 2013 02:06PM
All:
Our environment, HP-UX 11-31 currently running one master / media server on NetBackup 6.5.6
.
I have the image name from a backup. Is there a command that I can use the image name as input and find out all the copies and what the tape bar codes are that the image is on?

Thanks in advance…

Wayne BeDour
Unix System Administrator
PH: 248-447-1739
Internet: wbedour < at > lear.com
Trying to find what tapes an image is on.
June 28, 2013 02:19PM
bpimagelist -l -backupid <BID>

What are the fields in 'bpimagelist -l'?
[url=http://support.veritas.com/docs/193085]http://support.veritas.com/docs/193085[/url]
IMAGE client_name, date1, date2, version, backupid, policy_name, client_type, proxy_client, creator, sched_label, sched_type, retention, backup_time, elapsed, expiration, compression, encryption, kbytes, num_files, copies, num_fragments, files_compressed, files_file, version, name1, options, primary, image_type, tir_info, tir_expiration, keywords, mpx, ext_security, raw, dump_lvl, fs_only, prev_BItime, BIfull_time, obj_desc, requestID, backup_stat, backup_copy, prev_image, jobid, num_resumes, resume_expr, ff_size, pfi_type, image_attrib[, ss_classification_id, ss_name, ss_completed, snap_time]
(field 6 is backup id, field 13 is retention level, field 16 is expiration, field 19 is kbytes, field 21 is number of copies, field 28 is primary copy number.)
HISTO -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1
FRAG copy_num, frag_num, KB, remainder, media_type, density, file_num, id/path, host, block_size, offset, media_date, dev_written, f_flags, media_desc/f_unused1, expiration, mpx, ret_level, checkpoint, resume_nbr, media_seq_no, media_subtype/unused4, ss_try_to_keep_date/unused3, copy_date/unused2, unused1
(field 17 is the copy expiration, field 19 is the copy retention level.)

[b]Subject:[/b] [Veritas-bu] Trying to find what tapes an image is on.

All:
Our environment, HP-UX 11-31 currently running one master / media server on NetBackup 6.5.6
.
I have the image name from a backup. Is there a command that I can use the image name as input and find out all the copies and what the tape bar codes are that the image is on?

Thanks in advanceĀ…

Wayne BeDour
Unix System Administrator
PH: 248-447-1739
Internet: wbedour < at > lear.com

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You can also use a "bpimagelist -L" (that's a capital L) which will be an more human readable format. If this is a big backup image with multiple copies, it can have lots of fragments that can be hard to work through.
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