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bpimagelist - Full backup info

Created: 21 Feb 2013 • Updated: 19 Mar 2013 | 3 comments
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Hi All,

I am trying to get full info of Weekly Full backup with the below command.

Our master server is running under Sun Solaris 10, with NBU 7.5.0.4

./bpimagelist -U -policy Unix_Prod_IBM -hoursago 124 -option COMPLETE_COPIES -st Full -sl Weekly-Full -tape
Backed Up Expires Files KB C Sched Type On Hold Index Status Policy
---------------- ---------- -------- -------- - ------------ ------- ------------ ------------
02/17/2013 21:00 03/20/2013 247332 43847656 N Full Backup 0 0 Unix_Prod_IBM
02/17/2013 21:00 03/20/2013 284812 48331774 N Full Backup 0 0 Unix_Prod_IBM
02/17/2013 21:00 03/20/2013 518338 67318714 N Full Backup 0 0 Unix_Prod_IBM
02/17/2013 21:00 03/20/2013 1001346 275979823 N Full Backup 0 0 Unix_Prod_IBM
02/17/2013 21:00 03/20/2013 348452 38694840 N Full Backup 0 0 Unix_Prod_IBM

<< Command syntax

bpimagelist [-media] [-l | -L | -U | -idonly] [-tape] [-d date] [-e
date] [-hoursago hours] [-keyword "keyword phrase"] [-client
client_name] [-server server_name] [-backupid backup_id] [-option
INCLUDE_PRE_IMPORT | INCLUDE_TIR | LIST_COMPLETE_COPIES |
LIST_OLD_TO_NEW | ONLY_PRE_IMPORT | ONLY_TIR] [-policy policy_name]
[-pt policy_type] [-rl retention_level] [-sl sched_label] [-st
sched_type] [-class_id class_guid] [-stl_complete] [-stl_incomplete]
[-stl_name storage_service_name] [-M master_server,...] [-v]

>> 

-rl = retention level
-sl = sched_label (Weekly-Full)
-st = sched_type (Full)

-tape

But I am not able to get info for -rl, -sl, -tape etc

Many thanks in advance for your replies.

With Regards

Harpreet

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Nicolai's picture

I am not 100%sure what you want to do. Not all combination of qualifiers are valid for  bpimagelist.

Can you  explain what output format you are looking for ?

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Harpreet_Singh's picture

Hi Nicolai,

I want to get the output in .txt file or excel format.

With Regards.

Harpreet Singh

Nicolai's picture

What output (fields) do need from bpimagelist ?

This command will work:

bpimagelist -U  -policy Unix_Prod_IBM -hoursago 168 -st full

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