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Created: 05 Nov 2012 • Updated: 09 Nov 2012 | 3 comments
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There are two ways this can be done :

To increase the verbose level of all logs (except vault)
Add the entry VERBOSE = <level> into /usr/openv/netbackup/bp.conf.  <level> is a value between 0 and 5, with 5 being the highest.

To increase the verbose level of a specific process:
Add the entry <PROCESS>_VERBOSE = <level> into /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/bp.conf, for example

BPTM_VERBOSE = 5
VAULT_VERBOSE = 5  (note, this must be set to increase the verbose level for/usr/openv/netbackup/logs/vault).

Note:  Not all processes can be individually selected for a custom VERBOSE level in the bp.conf file

 

@Martin:This was ur post which i was reading.

 

Note:  Not all processes can be individually selected for a custom VERBOSE level in the bp.conf file.

 

What all process cannot be selected here?

How to do this in case of widows master server?Path of registry?

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Marianne's picture

Please read through chapter 3 of Troubleshooting Guide: Using logs.

All your questions are answered there. Note in this chapter the difference between legacy and unified logs.

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mph999's picture

I had a flick through the manual, I dodn't notice the processes mentioned that can be set individually.

However, I then looked in the GUI, beacuse and the anser is fairly clear, as the GUI only allows certain processes to be set individually.

So I set them, and looked in bp.conf ...

 

BPDBM_VERBOSE = 2
BPRD_VERBOSE = 2
BPBRM_VERBOSE = 1
BPTM_VERBOSE = 1
BPDM_VERBOSE = 1
VAULT_VERBOSE = 2
BPJOBD_VERBOSE = 1
 
You need to learn ways to work things out - I didn't know the exact answer (memory issues ...) - but it is not that hard to work out.
 
As mentioned, these can be set in the GUI, probably the easiest way on windows.  Perhaps you could set them on a windows machine, and then look in the registry to see the result.
 
Martin
 
 

 

Regards,  Martin
 
Setting Logs in NetBackup:
http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH75805
 
SOLUTION
gc_bus's picture

Beware of using verbose (5 especially) for too long as this can soon fill up your master/media/client file storage.