BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS bp.conf entries for UNIX servers

Article:HOWTO33188  |  Created: 2010-10-28  |  Updated: 2011-03-10  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO33188
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BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS bp.conf entries for UNIX servers

Use BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS entries to customize the output of the bpdbjobs process. Add a BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS entry for every column you want to include in the output.

Add BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS entries to the bp.conf file to customize the output of bpdbjobs.

Table: BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS information

Usage

Description

Where to use

On a UNIX master server.

How to use

Add BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS to the /usr/openv/netbackup/bp.conf file.

Add an entry for every column to include in the output by using the following format:

BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = COLDEFS_ENTRY [minimum_size [true | 
    false]]

The following variables are defined:

  • COLDEFS_ENTRY is the name of the column to include in the output.

  • minimum_size is the minimum column width. If not specified, the default is a width of 5.

  • true indicates that the column should expand as needed. If not specified, true is the default.

  • false indicates that the column should not expand beyond the minimum_size.

Example

The order of the entries determines the order that the column headings appear.

BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = JOBID 5 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = TYPE 4 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = STATE 5 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = STATUS 6 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = POLICY 6 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = SCHEDULE 8 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = CLIENT 6 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = DSTMEDIA_SERVER 12 true
BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS = ACTPID 10 true

The following items are the ramifications of a BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS entry in the bp.conf conditions:

  • The addition of any BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS entry overrides all default columns.

  • All users on the local system see only those columns that are specified in the bp.conf file.

Equivalent Administration Console property

No equivalent exists in the NetBackup Administration Console host properties.

Table: COLREFS entries shows possible COLDEFS entries and the column which is created by each.

Table: COLREFS entries

COLDEFS entry

Column Name

ACTIVEELAPSED

Active Elapsed (elapsed active time)

ACTPID

Active PID (PID of job)

ATTEMPT

Attempt

BACKUPTYPE

Backup Type

CLIENT

Client

COMPLETION

Completion (percent complete)

COMPRESSION

Compression (yes or no)

DEDUPRATIO

Dedup (shows deduplication rate in bpdbjobs command output)

DSTMEDIA_SERVER

Dest Media Svr (writing media server)

DSTMEDIAID

Dest Media ID (writing media ID)

DSTSTORAGE_UNIT

Dest StUnit (writing storage unit)

ELAPSED

Elapsed (elapsed time)

ENDED

Ended

ESTFILE

Est File (estimated number of files)

ESTKB

Est KB (estimated number of kilobytes)

FILES

Files

GROUP

Group

JOBID

JobID

KBPERSEC

KB Per Sec

KILOBYTES

Kilobytes

LASTBACKUP

Last Backup (date and time)

MAINPID

Main PID (PID that spawns job, if applicable)

NUMTAPESEJECT

Media to Eject (number of tapes to eject; Vault only)

OPERATION

Operation (current operation)

OWNER

Owner

PATHNAME

Pathname

PARENTJOBID

Parent JobID

POLICY

Policy

POLICYTYPE

Policy Type

PRIORITY

Priority

PROFILE

Profile (Vault only)

RETENTION

Retention (retention period)

RESUMABLE

Resumable

ROBOT

Robot (Vault only)

RQSTPID

Request PID(PID requesting job, if applicable)

SCHEDULE

Schedule

SCHEDULETYPE

Schedule Type

SESSIONID

Session ID (Vault only)

SRCMEDIA_SERVER

Src Media Svr

SRCMEDIAID

Src Media ID

SRCSTORAGE_UNIT

Src StUnit

STARTED

Started

STATE

State

STATUS

Status

STREAMNUM BER

Stream Number

SUSPENDABLE

Suspendable

TYPE

Type (job type)

VAULT

Vault (Vault only)

See About bp.conf entries


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