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I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run to get a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin

Post How to List Files in an Image 
On Mon, 12 May 2008, Kevin Miele wrote:

I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run to get
a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this
information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin


Yes but I will have to dig up my documentation, hold.
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Post How to List Files in an Image 
bpflist has a "-backupid" option.

It's a nasty, unfriendly command not really intended, IMHO, as a user-command but if you're looking specifically for files-in-a-specified-image, it's the only way.

-M

bpflist: [-l | -L | -U] [-v]
[-M master_server...]
[-d mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS][-e mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS]
[-ut <unixtime for start and end date>]
[-st sched_type]
[-policy policy_name][-client client_name]
[-keyword "keyword phrase"][-pattern fullpath]
[-pt policy_type]
[-user name][-group name][-raw mode]
[-backupid name][-force_print]
[-psep path_separator_character]
[-malgo match_algorithm (0 1 2 or 3)]
[-rl recursion_level (0..999)]
[-option <list of:
NONE ONE_PASS NO_HSHAKE GET_ALL_FILES
INCLUDE_TIR ONLY_TIR ONLY_DIRS FILESYSTEM_ONLY
ONE_CONNECT INCLUDE_RAW_INCR INCLUDE_BITMAP INCLUDE_FSMAP
INCLUDE_EDI IGNORE_CASE INCLUDE_EFI>]


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I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run to get a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin

Post How to List Files in an Image 
On Mon, 12 May 2008, Kevin Miele wrote:

I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run to get
a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this
information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin


1. bpimmedia -mediaid TAPE_ID | grep ^IMAGE | awk '{print $4}'
client_name_11958282 <- looks like that.

2. bpcatlist -id client_name_11958282
this will give you names like: POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

3. Make a list of those, write a script to give you the full path names
to each one, e.g.:
/usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/client_name/11958282/POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

4. Now the secret command ooOO Wink
/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/cat_convert -dump \
/usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/client_name/11958282/POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

The resulting output: (there's my files!)
0 1 50 0 0 0 0 26630 / 16877 root root 0 1175703373 1196743782 1196743782
0 0 9 51 1 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/ 16872 oracle oracle 0 1175705681 11958282 11958282
0 0 19 51 2 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/ 16877 oracle oracle 0 11958282 1176248632 1176248632
0 0 27 51 3 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/abcdefg/ 16877 oracle oracle 0 11958282 1196819522 1196819522
1 0 56 58 4 1 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/abcdefg/redolog-12345.arc 33184 oracle oracle

Nice, eh?

Justin.

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To see which media / backup IDs etc... were used for a given policy:

bpimmedia -L -policy <policy name> -d MM/DD/CCYY HH:MM:SS -e
MM/DD/CCYY HH:MM:SS

where -d = start time and -e = end time of the backup you're interested
in (you might need -client flag if this is not on your master but on a
media server).

To then see the files associated with a specific backup ID from above:
bpflist -backupid <backupid> -d MM/DD/CCYY HH:MM:SS -e MM/DD/CCYY
HH:MM:SS -rl 999

NOTE: If client/media server is not the master then add "-client
<clientname>".

-rl = recursion level - less than 999 would work for most things (e.g.
/datbase/proddata01/file.dbf is only 3 levels deep so -rl 3 would
restore
that file.)

Not sure why bpflist required the date specification since you'd think
the backupid would have it but unfortunately it does.

Backupid is usually in the form hostname_########## where hostname is
the host that did the backup and the number is unique for that backupid
on that host.


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On Mon, 12 May 2008, Kevin Miele wrote:

I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run
to get
a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this
information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin


Yes but I will have to dig up my documentation, hold.
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Post How to List Files in an Image 
On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 01:21:45PM -0400, Jeff Lightner wrote:

To then see the files associated with a specific backup ID from above:
bpflist -backupid <backupid> -d MM/DD/CCYY HH:MM:SS -e MM/DD/CCYY
HH:MM:SS -rl 999

Not sure why bpflist required the date specification since you'd think
the backupid would have it but unfortunately it does.

Exactly. Fortunately, it doesn't need to be close. I just hardcode a
'-d 01/01/2001' on some scripts of mine and it works fine.

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That's pretty cool -- I added it to my notes for future reference. Thanks Justin.


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On Mon, 12 May 2008, Kevin Miele wrote:

I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run to get
a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this
information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin


1. bpimmedia -mediaid TAPE_ID | grep ^IMAGE | awk '{print $4}'
client_name_11958282 <- looks like that.

2. bpcatlist -id client_name_11958282
this will give you names like: POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

3. Make a list of those, write a script to give you the full path names
to each one, e.g.:
/usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/client_name/11958282/POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

4. Now the secret command ooOO Wink
/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/cat_convert -dump
/usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/client_name/11958282/POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

The resulting output: (there's my files!)
0 1 50 0 0 0 0 26630 / 16877 root root 0 1175703373 1196743782 1196743782
0 0 9 51 1 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/ 16872 oracle oracle 0 1175705681 11958282 11958282
0 0 19 51 2 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/ 16877 oracle oracle 0 11958282 1176248632 1176248632
0 0 27 51 3 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/abcdefg/ 16877 oracle oracle 0 11958282 1196819522 1196819522
1 0 56 58 4 1 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/abcdefg/redolog-12345.arc 33184 oracle oracle

Nice, eh?

Justin.

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Post How to List Files in an Image 
I appreciate all of you responding to this. You have provided a lot of excellent information.
Regards,
Kevin

On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 9:52 PM, Reynolds, Susan K. <SUSAN.K.REYNOLDS < at > saic.com ([email]SUSAN.K.REYNOLDS < at > saic.com[/email])> wrote:
That's pretty cool -- I added it to my notes for future reference. Thanks Justin.


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On Mon, 12 May 2008, Kevin Miele wrote:

I am trying to find out what command or commands I would need to run to get
a list of files that were backed up in an image.
Has anyone done this? If so, how would I go about acquiring this
information?
I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards,
Kevin


1. bpimmedia -mediaid TAPE_ID | grep ^IMAGE | awk '{print $4}'
client_name_11958282 <- looks like that.

2. bpcatlist -id client_name_11958282
this will give you names like: POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

3. Make a list of those, write a script to give you the full path names
to each one, e.g.:
/usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/client_name/11958282/POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

4. Now the secret command ooOO Wink
/usr/openv/netbackup/bin/cat_convert -dump
/usr/openv/netbackup/db/images/client_name/11958282/POLICY_11958282_UBAK.f

The resulting output: (there's my files!)
0 1 50 0 0 0 0 26630 / 16877 root root 0 1175703373 1196743782 1196743782
0 0 9 51 1 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/ 16872 oracle oracle 0 1175705681 11958282 11958282
0 0 19 51 2 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/ 16877 oracle oracle 0 11958282 1176248632 1176248632
0 0 27 51 3 0 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/abcdefg/ 16877 oracle oracle 0 11958282 1196819522 1196819522
1 0 56 58 4 1 0 0 26881 /arch-01/db/abcdefg/redolog-12345.arc 33184 oracle oracle

Nice, eh?

Justin.



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So...you mean to tell me that there is NOT an easy way to get a file listing from a single backup image?

Say I ran policy: redbaron-archive
This backup ran last night.
I now need to get the following information for audit purposes:

1. Directory path and file name
2. File Size
3. VolSer(s) used for the backup

something like:
/u01/app/oracle/admin/oracle_log.txt 123456789 bytes
Tapes used for backup: ABC123

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Post How to List Files in an Image 
On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 03:32:49PM -0400, Dennis Peacock wrote:

So...you mean to tell me that there is NOT an easy way to get a file listing from a single backup image?

It depends.

Say I ran policy: redbaron-archive
This backup ran last night.
I now need to get the following information for audit purposes:

1. Directory path and file name
2. File Size
3. VolSer(s) used for the backup

So if you can identify the image from parameters (client, date, policy,
etc...) rather than backup image, then 1 and 2 are pretty simple:

# bplist -R -l -C bkpsrv -s 05/27/2008 -unix_files /etc
drwxr-xr-x root root 0 May 26 04:02 /etc/
drwxrwxr-x root sys 0 Jan 21 15:50 /etc/cups/
drwx--x--x root sys 0 May 27 18:14 /etc/cups/certs/
-r--r----- root sys 32 May 27 18:14 /etc/cups/certs/0

(This machine is pretty static, so only those files were backed up
during last night's incremental).

Tape used is more difficult. You could get all tapes used in the image
with bpimagelist. But I don't know of a way to use 'bplist' to narrow
it down.

Otherwise you can identify the image with parameters as above, or
explicitly with the image id, then use 'bpflist' to find the specific
files. The image above is bkpsrv_1211937380 so...

# bpflist -client bkpsrv -d 01/01/2001 -rl 999 -backupid bkpsrv_1211937380 | grep /etc
6055 0 5 50 9055506 1 0 0 26625 /etc/ 16877 root root 0 1211850296 1211799749 1211799749
6056 0 10 49 9055509 1 0 0 26625 /etc/cups/ 16893 root sys 0 1211850296 1200959407 1211713332
6057 0 16 49 9055510 1 0 0 26625 /etc/cups/certs/ 16841 root sys 0 1211850296 1211937245 1211937245
6058 0 17 50 9055511 1 0 0 26625 /etc/cups/certs/0 33056 root sys 32 1211937245 1211937245 1211937245

Now this data is harder to read directly, but there's more information,
and the fields are defined here:
http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/271392.htm

With that, you can get the pathname (field 10), size information (field
14), and the offset into the image (field 5).

Given the offset, you can use 'bpimagelist' to see which fragments are
on which volumes. That gives you the location of the file directly.

No, I don't know a command that comes with NBU that will give you all
that information instantly. But scripting it up is very possible.

--
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Post How to List Files in an Image 
To see which media / backup IDs etc... were used for a given policy:

bpimmedia -L -policy <policyname> -d MM/DD/CCYY HH:MM:SS -e MM/DD/CCYY
HH:MM:SS

where -d = start time and -e = end time of the backup you're interested
in

Example: The backup IDs only pipe it to "grep <hostname>_" as this is
contained as part of the backup ID:
bpimmedia -L -policy ATUBKS01-ERPDB-DMXBCV -d 07/14/2007 01:56:00 -e
07/15/2007 01:00:00 |grep atubks01_
example output:
atubks01_1184403590 ATUBKS01-E FULL 4 161 N N R 1 04:59
08/15/2007
atubks01_1184403587 ATUBKS01-E FULL 4 91 N N R 1 04:59
08/15/2007
atubks01_1184403584 ATUBKS01-E FULL 4 96 N N R 1 04:59
08/15/2007

Or use bpimagelist:
bpimagelist -L -policy ATUBKS01-ERPDB-DMXBCV -d 07/14/2007 01:56:00 -e
07/15/2007 01:00:00 |grep atubks01_
example output:
Backup ID: atubks01_1184403590
Backup ID: atubks01_1184403587

You can then use the above backup IDs with bpflist.

bpflist -backupid atubks01_1184403590 -d 07/14/2007 01:56:00 -e
07/15/2007 01:00:00 -rl 999
NOTE: If client/media server is not the master then add "-client
<clientname>".

-rl = recursion level - less than 999 would work for most things (e.g.
/datbase/proddata01/file.dbf is only 3 levels deep so -rl 3 would
restore
that file.)

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On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 03:32:49PM -0400, Dennis Peacock wrote:

So...you mean to tell me that there is NOT an easy way to get a file
listing from a single backup image?

It depends.

Say I ran policy: redbaron-archive
This backup ran last night.
I now need to get the following information for audit purposes:

1. Directory path and file name
2. File Size
3. VolSer(s) used for the backup

So if you can identify the image from parameters (client, date, policy,
etc...) rather than backup image, then 1 and 2 are pretty simple:

# bplist -R -l -C bkpsrv -s 05/27/2008 -unix_files /etc
drwxr-xr-x root root 0 May 26 04:02 /etc/
drwxrwxr-x root sys 0 Jan 21 15:50 /etc/cups/
drwx--x--x root sys 0 May 27 18:14 /etc/cups/certs/
-r--r----- root sys 32 May 27 18:14
/etc/cups/certs/0

(This machine is pretty static, so only those files were backed up
during last night's incremental).

Tape used is more difficult. You could get all tapes used in the image
with bpimagelist. But I don't know of a way to use 'bplist' to narrow
it down.

Otherwise you can identify the image with parameters as above, or
explicitly with the image id, then use 'bpflist' to find the specific
files. The image above is bkpsrv_1211937380 so...

# bpflist -client bkpsrv -d 01/01/2001 -rl 999 -backupid
bkpsrv_1211937380 | grep /etc
6055 0 5 50 9055506 1 0 0 26625 /etc/ 16877 root root 0 1211850296
1211799749 1211799749
6056 0 10 49 9055509 1 0 0 26625 /etc/cups/ 16893 root sys 0 1211850296
1200959407 1211713332
6057 0 16 49 9055510 1 0 0 26625 /etc/cups/certs/ 16841 root sys 0
1211850296 1211937245 1211937245
6058 0 17 50 9055511 1 0 0 26625 /etc/cups/certs/0 33056 root sys 32
1211937245 1211937245 1211937245

Now this data is harder to read directly, but there's more information,
and the fields are defined here:
http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/271392.htm

With that, you can get the pathname (field 10), size information (field
14), and the offset into the image (field 5).

Given the offset, you can use 'bpimagelist' to see which fragments are
on which volumes. That gives you the location of the file directly.

No, I don't know a command that comes with NBU that will give you all
that information instantly. But scripting it up is very possible.

--
Darren
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Post How to List Files in an Image 
Hi,

usr the bpflist commnd.
you can use it with the backupid.
the output is like bplist

bpflist: [-l | -L | -U] [-v]
[-M master_server...]
[-d mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS][-e mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS]
[-ut <unixtime for start and end date>]
[-st sched_type]
[-policy policy_name][-client client_name]
[-keyword "keyword phrase"][-pattern fullpath]
[-pt policy_type]
[-user name][-group name][-raw mode]
[-backupid name][-force_print]
[-psep path_separator_character]
[-malgo match_algorithm (0 1 2 or 3)]
[-rl recursion_level (0..999)]
[-option <list of:
NONE ONE_PASS NO_HSHAKE GET_ALL_FILES
INCLUDE_TIR ONLY_TIR ONLY_DIRS FILESYSTEM_ONLY
ONE_CONNECT INCLUDE_RAW_INCR INCLUDE_BITMAP INCLUDE_FSMAP
INCLUDE_EDI IGNORE_CASE INCLUDE_EFI>]

bpflist: -complete -policy policy_name [-client client_name][-st
sched_type][-bt <unixtime>]

Valid values for sched_type:
FULL, INCR, CINC, UBAK, UARC, ANY, SCHED, USER, NOT_ARCHIVE

Valid values for policy_type:
Standard, Oracle, NetWare, MS-Windows-NT,
OS/2, MS-SQL-Server, MS-Exchange-Server,
NDMP, AFS, NBU-Catalog, PureDisk-Export
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So...you mean to tell me that there is NOT an easy way to get a file
listing from a single backup image?

Say I ran policy: redbaron-archive
This backup ran last night.
I now need to get the following information for audit purposes:

1. Directory path and file name
2. File Size
3. VolSer(s) used for the backup

something like:
/u01/app/oracle/admin/oracle_log.txt 123456789 bytes
Tapes used for backup: ABC123

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Post How to List Files in an Image 
Couple of pointers. You could write a shell or perl script to wrap up
the following commands pretty easily.

To get the list of files and sizes backed up in the last 24 hours for
a certain policy.

bpimagelist -hoursago 24 -policy <POLICY NAME> | grep '^IMAGE' | cut -d ' ' -f 6 | xargs -i bpflist -backup id {} -rl 999 | cut -d ' ' -f 10,14

To get the list of media for a certain policy backed up in the last 24 hours

bpimagelist -hoursago 24 -policy <POLICY NAME> | grep '^FRAG' | cut -d ' ' -f 9 | uniq

The commands above should work for linux. Some UNIX flavors have
different options for xargs, but you get the idea.

tim

On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 8:21 AM, Michal Kadari Langber
<MICHALLN < at > cellcom.co.il> wrote:

Hi,

usr the bpflist commnd.
you can use it with the backupid.
the output is like bplist

bpflist: [-l | -L | -U] [-v]
[-M master_server...]
[-d mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS][-e mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS]
[-ut <unixtime for start and end date>]
[-st sched_type]
[-policy policy_name][-client client_name]
[-keyword "keyword phrase"][-pattern fullpath]
[-pt policy_type]
[-user name][-group name][-raw mode]
[-backupid name][-force_print]
[-psep path_separator_character]
[-malgo match_algorithm (0 1 2 or 3)]
[-rl recursion_level (0..999)]
[-option <list of:
NONE ONE_PASS NO_HSHAKE GET_ALL_FILES
INCLUDE_TIR ONLY_TIR ONLY_DIRS FILESYSTEM_ONLY
ONE_CONNECT INCLUDE_RAW_INCR INCLUDE_BITMAP INCLUDE_FSMAP
INCLUDE_EDI IGNORE_CASE INCLUDE_EFI>]

bpflist: -complete -policy policy_name [-client client_name][-st
sched_type][-bt <unixtime>]

Valid values for sched_type:
FULL, INCR, CINC, UBAK, UARC, ANY, SCHED, USER, NOT_ARCHIVE

Valid values for policy_type:
Standard, Oracle, NetWare, MS-Windows-NT,
OS/2, MS-SQL-Server, MS-Exchange-Server,
NDMP, AFS, NBU-Catalog, PureDisk-Export
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Subject: [Veritas-bu] How to List Files in an Image


So...you mean to tell me that there is NOT an easy way to get a file
listing from a single backup image?

Say I ran policy: redbaron-archive
This backup ran last night.
I now need to get the following information for audit purposes:

1. Directory path and file name
2. File Size
3. VolSer(s) used for the backup

something like:
/u01/app/oracle/admin/oracle_log.txt 123456789 bytes
Tapes used for backup: ABC123

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