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Backup process at 100%, No data backed up

Created: 09 Mar 2013 | 6 comments

Netbackup 7.5 is successfully running on all clients but on one server, it shows the process is at 100% but I do not find any data backed up. Back up complete within 2 mins of running with 100%.

NM

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RamNagalla's picture

what is Client OS? and policy Backup selection?

does this ever backup successfully?

bpbkar would give the more info what actaully its doing... 

Trun on the logs with VERBOSE =5 in Client and create bpbkar log dir and retrigger the backup.

and then attach the log file to this post.

sazz.'s picture

Back up complete within 2 mins of running with 100%.

Is it incremental backup? If yes then there might not be any changes made and it completed without doing anything and that is fine.

Also check the exclusion for the client and provide the detailed status of the job. What is the status code on the job, is it successful with status code 0?

Anshu Pathak's picture

1. Enabling multistream will create new jobs for each item in policy backup selection list...... This will help in isolating the problem.
2. Check client exclude list

Anshu Pathak

Anshu Pathak's picture

1. Enabling multistream will create new jobs for each item in policy backup selection list...... This will help in isolating the problem.
2. Check client exclude list

Anshu Pathak

nmathema's picture

Multistream is already enabled. Backup is running successfully on rest of the 2 drives, but on the third one, it runs for few secs with no data yet shows 100%. Thanks

NM

sazz.'s picture

You didn't provide any of the information that we asked for

Is this full or incrmental?
Please post the detailed status for that stream.
Post output of bppllist policyname -U -verbose
What is that stream backing up? Is data changing on that if it is incrmental?
Is it backing up the data if you take a full?