Using nsr_ize to install Legato NetWorker
The interactive nsr_ize utility installs or removes Legato NetWorker software and files to or from a server. Informational prompts guide you through a series of questions, many of which already provide default answers to use for a standard environment.
The nsr_ize program modifies several system administration files, including /etc/rpc. If you use YP, modify the YP master's /etc/rpc file with the same modifications that nsr_ize makes to the local copy of /etc/rpc.
The following example describes the format and options available for the nsr_ize program:
# nsr_ize [-i | -r -u] [-c | -s] [-kmnqxv]
- Use the -c option to tell nsr_ize to install or remove only the client software.
- Use the -i option to install the NetWorker software and associated files.
- Use the -k option to kill the NetWorker daemons without confirmation.
- Use the -m option to tell nsr_ize not to install or remove the NetWorker man pages.
- Use the -n option to tell nsr_ize not to perform actions that change the filesystem. When you use the -n option, nsr_ize prints the installation script without performing the commands.
- Use the -q option to run nsr_ize in quiet mode.
- Use the -r option to remove the NetWorker software and associated files.
- Use the -s option to tell nsr_ize to install or remove only the server software.
- Use the -u option to prepare your system for a NetWorker software upgrade. The existing NetWorker software is removed, but the nsr.res file, client file indexes, server bootstrap, and media database are preserved.
- Use the -v option to run nsr_ize in verbose mode.
- Use the -x option to set the debug flag.