1 what is networker? 2 Which networker version you are working on? 3 What is console server in networker?

4 What is networker server? 5 What is networker datazone? 6 What is networker storage node? 7 Networker commands
mminfo -q "savetime>'01/01/2009 11:50',savetime<'10/01/2009 13:00', client=sqll160va.bdn.neas.aero , name='MSSQL:'"-r savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags nsrjb -j CTCLIB01 -lnv -S3 -f\\.\Tape4801102 scanner -v -i -S \\.\Tape1

Legato used these commands to find out if there were any objects in the index for a particular saveset mminfo -av -q"ssid=4272099412" -r"nsavetime" 1168314325 nsrinfo -t 1168314325 sqll160va.bdn.neas.aero scanning client 'sqll160va.bdn.neas.aero' for savetime 1168314325<Tue Jan 03:45:25 0 objects found mminfo -q "savetime>'07/26/2007 17:00',savetime<'10/01/2007 17:00', client=datl102v.bdn.neas.aero,name='S:" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags Command for working out when a tape was first labelled into the media index mminfo -avr "volume,olabel" >> c:\tape_age.txt mminfo -q "savetime>'11/27/2008 17:00',savetime<'11/29/2008 17:00', client=datl102va.bdn.neas.aero, name='P:\shares\Global'" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags

mminfo -a -vV CT0711L2 >> D:\CT0711L2.txt

scanner -i -N I:\ \\.\Tape0 -N I:\ NOTE:For Scanning scanner -ivvv -S406887354 \\.\Tape4801104 mminfo -q "savetime>'11/21/2009 17:00',savetime<'11/22/2009 17:00', client=sqll140va.bdn.neas.aero, name='MSSQL:'" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags mminfo -q "savetime>'02/28/2009 17:00',savetime<'03/18/2009 17:00', client=pkgl104z.bdn.neas.aero, name='E:\'" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags>>C:\Vini1.txt mminfo -q "savetime>'11/29/2007 17:00',savetime<'12/02/2007 17:00', client=exhl314v.bdn.neas.aero, name='MSEXCH:IS/Storage Group 1'" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags Scanner –ivvv –N MSEXCH:IS/Storage Group 2 \\.\Tape10 Scanner –ivvv –N MSSQL: -c \\.\Tape2 Scanner –ivvv –N MSEXCH:IS/Storage Group 2 -c exhl025v.bdn.neas.aero \\.\Tape10 Scanner –ivvv –N MSEXCH:IS/Storage Group 2 \\.\tape10 sjimm scsidev@26.3.0 slot 4 drive 1 sjirdtag scsidev@26.3.0 **** Adding Drives to jukebox ***** jbedit -a -i -j CTCLIB02 -p rd=sapt296z:\\.\Tape0 -s bakl040z.bdn.neas.aero -vvv mminfo -q "savetime>'11/20/2008 17:00',savetime<'11/22/2008 17:00', client=datl102v.bdn.neas.aero" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags scanner –ivvv –N MSSQL: -c sqll160va.bdn.neas.aero \\.\Tape2147483646

mminfo -q "savetime>'02/24/2009 17:00',savetime<'03/18/2009 17:00', client=cndl314na.bdn.neas.aero" -r volume,ssid,name,savetime(20),sumflags,sumsize,ssflags>>C:\Vini2.txt nsrjb -Lv -b <pool> -S <slots> ----- labelling nsrjb -e -s<slots>-------- Ejects tapes

mminfo -m -t <date>-------queries tapes used scanner -ivvv -c <client_name> -N <save_set> \\.\Dev_name ------scanning mminfo -c <client> -s<backupserver> -avot -t<date> -r"client,savetime(23),sscomp(23),totalsize(8),level,name,volume"

nsrjb -Lv -b <pool> -S <slots> ----- labelling nsrjb -e -s<slots>-------- Ejects tapes mminfo -m -t <date>-------queries tapes used scanner -ivvv -c <client_name> -N <save_set> \\.\Dev_name ------scanning mminfo -xc, -s bakl038z -avot -q"savetime>'02/25/2011',savetime<'02/28/2011',level=full" -r"volume,client,sumflags,savetime(23),sscomp(23),pool,name" recover –D5 –s bakl038z.bdn.neas.areo -c server_2 -m /root_vdm_6/SW_Home02/Restore /root_vdm_4/CTC_GLOBAL02/root/global/BASE SERVICES PM/TechnicalDoc/Drawing Office/Masters/DS – NDMP recover command mminfo -q volume=CN0001L4 -r volretent,name,savetime,ssflags,sumflags,client nsrjb -j CTCLIB01 -lnv -S3 -f\\.\Tape4801102 – inventorying a particular slot mminfo -av -q"ssid=4272099412" -r"nsavetime" - command to find out if there were any objects in the index for a particular saveset mminfo -avr "volume,olabel" – tape age command mminfo -a -vV CT0711L2 – tape query command sjimm scsidev@26.3.0 slot 4 drive 1 – tape movement command sjirdtag scsidev@26.3.0 – library status inquire -N nas1090 -T –t – inquire command for NDMP Library Configuration

jbconfig Legato Networker on Windows 2003 Dell PowerVault 160T

This is an example for running the jbconfig command using Windows 2003 as the Networker Server connected to a Dell Powervault 160T device. This is only showing the setup for one tape drive, if you have more than one drive you would just repeat the process 3 more times. If you have any comments please feel free to add to this... Bring up a command prompt and do the following.. C:\Program Files\Legato\nsr\bin>jbconfig Jbconfig is running on host server.domain.com (Windows Server 2003), and is using server.domain.com as the NetWorker server. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Configure Configure Configure Configure Configure Configure an AlphaStor Library. an Autodetected SCSI Jukebox. an Autodetected NDMP SCSI Jukebox. an SJI Jukebox. an STL Silo. a Microsoft Removable Storage Jukebox.

What kind of Jukebox are you configuring? [1] 2 Scanning SCSI buses; this may take a while ... Installing 'Standard SCSI Jukebox' jukebox - scsidev@#.#.#. What name do you want to assign to this jukebox device? DELLPOWERVAULT160T Attempting to detect serial numbers on the jukebox and drives ... Will try to use SCSI information returned by jukebox to configure drives. Turn NetWorker auto-cleaning on (yes / no) [yes]? no The following drive(s) can be auto-configured in this jukebox: 1> LTO Ultrium-2 @ #.#.# ==> \\.\Tape0 These are all the drives that this jukebox has reported. To change the drive model(s) or configure them as shared or NDMP drives, you need to bypass auto-configure. Bypass auto-configure? (yes / no) [no] yes Is (any path of) any drive intended for NDMP use? (yes / no) [no] yes Is any drive going to have more than one path defined? (yes / no) [no] yes You will be prompted for multiple paths for each drive. Pressing on a null default advances to the next drive.

Please enter the device path information in one of the following formats: \\.\Tape0 --for local path or host:device-path --for remote node or NDMP device(s) or host:drive-letter:directory path --for Windows disk file After you have entered a device path, you will be prompted for an NDMP user name for that path's host. If this device path is not an NDMP device, press the enter key to advance to the next device path. For NDMP devices, you need to enter the user name and password the first time we encounter that NDMP host. Pressing the enter key for the NDMP user name for any subsequent device path on the same host will set the user name and password to those defined the first time. You will not be prompted for the password in such a case. Drive 1, element ###, system device name = \\.\Tape0, local bus, target, lun value = #.#.#, WWNN=################ model LTO Ultrium-2 Device path 1 ? [\\.\Tape0] \\.\Tape0 Device path 2 ? StorageNode:\\.\Tape0 Is this device configured as NDMP? (yes / no) [no]no Device path 3 ? StorageNode:\\.\Tape0 Is this device configured as NDMP? (yes / no) [no]no Device path 4 ? DataMover:device-path Is this device configured as NDMP? (yes / no) [no]yes Enter NDMP user name: ? username Enter on NDMP password (characters will not be echoed): ******** Device path 5 ? DataMover:device-path Is this device configured as NDMP? (yes / no) [no]yes Enter NDMP user name: ? username Enter on NDMP password (characters will not be echoed): ******** Device path 6 ? Only model LTO Ultrium-2 drives have been detected. Are all drives in this jukebox of the same model? (yes / no) [yes] yes A Dedicated Storage Node can backup only local data to its devices. Should StorageNode be configured as a Dedicated Storage Node? (yes / no) [no] no A Dedicated Storage Node can backup only local data to its devices. Should StorageNode be configured as a Dedicated Storage Node? (yes / no) [no] no

Jukebox has been added successfully The following configuration options have been set: > Jukebox description to the control port and model. > Autochanger control port to the port at which we found it. > Autocleaning off. > At least one drive was defined with multiple paths. All such drives are defined with a hardware identification as well as a path value to avoid confusion by uniquely identifying the drive. The hardware identification for all drives which have one is always 'autochanger_name - Drive #' where "autochanger_name" is the name you gave to the autochanger that was just defined, and the # symbol is the drive number. > Barcode reading to on. > Volume labels that match the barcodes. You can review and change the characteristics of the autochanger and its associated devices using the NetWorker Management Console. Would you like to configure another jukebox? (yes/no) [no]no
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