Additional create_nbdb options on Windows

Article:HOWTO34677  |  Created: 2010-10-29  |  Updated: 2011-03-11  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO34677
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Additional create_nbdb options on Windows

In addition to using the create_nbdb command to create the NBDB database, you also can use it to perform the following actions. In each command, NB_server_name matches the name in server.conf.

See About the NetBackup server.conf file on Windows

  • Drop the existing NBDB database and recreate it in the default location by typing the following command:

    create_nbdb -drop[current_data_directory]

    The -drop option instructs NetBackup to drop the existing NBDB database.

    Provide the location of the current NBDB data directory, current_data_directory, if the default location is not used.

  • Drop the existing NBDB database and do not recreate by typing the following command:

    create_nbdb -db_server NB_server_name -drop_only[current_data_directory]

    Provide the location of the current NBDB data directory, current_data_directory, if the default location is not used.

  • Drop the existing NBDB database and recreate it in the directories as specified by typing the following command:

    create_nbdb -drop [current_data_directory] -data data_directory-index index_directory -tlog log_directory [-mloglog_mirror_directory]

If the NBDB database files were moved from the default location by using nbdb_move, use this command to recreate them in the same location. Specify current_data_directory.

If the location of NBDB.db changed from the default, BMRDB.db must also be recreated. The BMRDB.db files must reside in the same location as the NetBackup database files.

See Relocating the NetBackup database on Windows

See Moving the NetBackup database from one host to another on Windows

See Moving NBDB database files after installation on Windows


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