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List of Files

Created: 16 Nov 2012 • Updated: 19 Nov 2012 | 7 comments
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I had a large backup set yesterday on an incremental backp. I want to look at that backupset and see a list of files that were backed up and their filesize, location etc.

 

Is there a way to do this in either the GUI or any commandline utilites that will let me do this?

 

Thanks!

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Donald Eady's picture

GRT?

 

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Sorry .. meant to drop this post somewhere else .. the next posting was meant for you .. Hope you find it Helpful

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Donald Eady's picture

Click on the server that was backed up and on the left bar click on backup sets and then browse to the appropriate set. 

double click on the snapshot and then select the contents tab on the left..

From here you should be able to browse and view what has been backed up

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SOLUTION
prytzen's picture

Yeah i have gotten that far, but it is a paint to manually manipulate. Is there a way to Sort this data, either in BUExec or to export it to a file that can be manipulated?

pkh's picture

 

You can use CatTools to dump the catalogs.  This will give you the list of files backed up.

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH136392

prytzen's picture

Doesnt work in BUExec 2012 (plus i have an appliance so i cant get to the command line utilities)