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Legacy logs in Windows

Created: 28 Oct 2013 • Updated: 28 Oct 2013 | 6 comments
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Hello Experts,

I want to know if i want to increase the verbose mode of  legacy log for a particular process in win 2008 server. How could i do that?

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Nagalla's picture

you can do that from the host properties if the windows server is Master server or Media server..

please see the avalaible legency logs below 

if you are looking for client only the Global log level is avaliable.. 

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revaroo's picture

For legacy logs you can only control so many processes when increasing logs

Host Properties -> Logging - set specified logs to the level you require

another way is just to remove the netbackup\logs\<process> directory to stop all logging for that process.

Marianne's picture

See NBU Admin Guide for Windows, Volume I  http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3653  

Chapter 3: Configuring Host Properties

page 142 - Table 3-37 Legacy Logging

Figure 3-31 Logging dialog box

 

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belse's picture

thanks for your comment.

are these the complete legacy log processes BPBRM,BPTM,BPDM,BPDBM,BPRD,BPJOBD,VAULT?

If yes i got the answers if some legacy processes are left i want to know how to increase the verbose for particular process?

Marianne's picture

Those are the only ones for which individual logging level can be changed.

The rest will be the same as global level set for the server/client.

 

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