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I am trying to do a restore redirect

Created: 11 Oct. 2012 • Updated: 11 Décembre 2012 | 4 comments
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I am trying to restore data that was backed up on one client and restore it to a directory on another machine through the command line. I have many backups that have to be done. I want to automate the process. I am using the following CL syntax.

C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin>bprestore -C clienta -D serverb -R change /clienta/d/ to /serverb/F/test/clienta/2002/APR/22/ -s 04/22/2002 -e 04/22/2002
 
I get the following error when I run the CLC The rename file change must start with '/'. EXIT STATUS 144: invalid command usage
 
Could someone help me?
 
Thanks,
 
Matt

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The rename directive only take a file as input. See T/N

How to use the bprestore command to redirect a restore to an alternate path on the client

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH34216

How to run bprestore from the command line to restore information to an alternate path and/or client

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH21196

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I have backups from many days and I need to restore each to an individual directory. Is there a way to automate this? I want to be able to put the command into a batch file and then run the batch file. Do I have to use the extra file for the detination. If that is the case then I will just have to do it through the GUI.

I do not want to change the file names only the restore location.

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The use of rename file is required. You can't specify the rename path on the command line.

You can automate but that require scripting skills.

Best Regards

Nicolai

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