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Created: 08 Oct 2012 • Updated: 08 Oct 2012 | 7 comments
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Hi Team,

How to find the throughput of a completed job which is not shown in the java console.

Thanks,

Gopinath.

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Mouse's picture

Check bpbkar log on the client. You should have entries similar to

 

tar_base::backup_finish: TAR - backup:                          15114 files
tar_base::backup_finish: TAR - backup:          file data:  995460990 bytes  13 gigabytes
tar_base::backup_finish: TAR - backup:         image data: 1033197568 bytes  13 gigabytes
tar_base::backup_finish: TAR - backup:       elapsed time:        649 secs     23099898 bps

 

Divide data transferred by seconds and you'll get the speed 

Andy Welburn's picture

Or if that's not available, just take the same info (amount backed up & time) from the job details , bpimagelist output or the client backups report......

Gopi4sl's picture

Hi Mate,

We dont have client access and i have used the below commands but no luck

 

bpgetdebuglog INVLDNVMGMM1 bpbkar 100212
 
Could you please five me any other way.
 
Thanks,
Gopinath
Gopi4sl's picture

Hi Andy,

 

 

Backed Up         Expires       Files       KB  C  Sched Type   Policy
----------------  ---------- -------- --------  -  ------------ ------------
10/07/2012 08:49  INFINITY     370321 106101468  N  Full Backup  PAT-PROD-VCB2
10/05/2012 03:35  10/19/2012    17110  6428711  N  Differential PAT-PROD-VCB2
10/04/2012 00:54  10/18/2012    21406  6902519  N  Differential PAT-PROD-VCB2
10/02/2012 18:33  10/16/2012    11868  6999094  N  Differential PAT-PROD-VCB2
10/02/2012 04:18  10/16/2012    14322  6912556  N  Differential PAT-PROD-VCB2
 
How to find the throughput in the above o/p
 
Thanks,
 
Gopinath
Mouse's picture

Just divide this number 106101468 on number of seconds it took to backup?

Andy Welburn's picture

If you use bpimagelist -l then you could do a bit of strategic 'pruning' of the output:

e.g.

bpimagelist -l -client client_name -hoursago 24|grep "^IMAGE"|awk '{print $15 " " $19}'
340 585178

 

so 585178/340 ~= 1721 Kb/s

 

 

DOCUMENTATION: What are the different fields in "bpimagelist -l" output?
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?pag...
 

***EDIT***

*Exactly* the same info can be gleaned from the 'Client Backups' report in the Admin Console GUI (it does use bpimagelist - with slightly different options - afterall to produce it's output!), just make sure you've editted the GUI if necessary to provide you with the relevant columns.

e.g. same output from report as above:

Kilobytes    Elapsed Time
585178            00:05:40
 

For info:

DOCUMENTATION: The command line equivalents for running the NetBackup reports available in the NetBackup user interface
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?pag...

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Gopi4sl's picture

Hi Anty,

Thanks you verymuch its worked.

Thanks 

Gopinath.