About operating systems commands

Article:HOWTO94413  |  Created: 2013-11-26  |  Updated: 2014-05-05  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO94413
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About operating systems commands

The following rules apply to the operating system commands:

  • The following commands were available in the previous releases are still available:

    awk, bash, cat, clear, cut, grep, head, ls, rm, sudo, uname, vi

  • The commands that are useful for scripting :

    date, mkdir, rmdir, touch, whoami, hostname, and so forth

  • A NetBackup administrator can use the passwd command to change their password.

  • To perform a host name lookup you must use the host command. The nslookup command is not supported.

See About running NetBackup commands

See About creating a NetBackup touch file

See About best practices

See About known limitations

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