How to enable-disable the Debug logging from Beutility in Backup Exec 11/12.x/2010
|Article:TECH37110|||||Created: 2009-01-11|||||Updated: 2014-04-25|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH37110|
How to enable-disable the Debug logging from Beutility in Backup Exec 11/12.x/2010.
3.Select Enable Debug Logs to activate Backup Exec debug routines for a variety of Backup Exec services. In addition to activating the debug feature, debug log files are created and stored on a media server hard drive.
In a default installation, Backup Exec log files reside in the Logs directory, in the following path : drive letter>\Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec\Logs.
4.Selecting Enable debug log for Job Engine and Remote Agent service activates the log required to debug both the Backup Exec Job Engine and Remote Agent services.
Refer Fig 2.
6. Remote Agent NDMP debug level sets the level of Remote Agent debug details that are logged.
Either of the 3 Choices can be included in the debug logging :
Log NDMP errors only, Log flow messages and Verbose Logging.
Selecting Log NDMP errors only gives general information and errors that are generated.
Selecting Log flow messages includes both a higher level overview of the activity occurring, and the NDMP errors that are generated.
Verbose Logging offers even more information and should only be used with VERITAS Technical Support guidance.
7. Deselect "Enable debug log for Job Engine and Remote Agent service" to disable the debug logging.
Note: Enable Debug Logs should only be used when specific information is needed about your Backup Exec installation in order to diagnose issues. Activating debug logging will greatly impact media server performance.
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