This short article provides a list of the eight most commonly used NetWorker commands.
To verify the integrity of the NetWorker client file indexes use the nsrck command and to verify media database use nsrim.
Only VSS-based full backups are GLR-compatible. No additional configuration is required for GLR-compatible backups.
A NetWorker volume expiration date is set by default at two years from the date that the volume was most recently labelled.
Sometimes you get into a situation where the only possible location of data that you need to get back is in a saveset that aborted during the backup.
If you have multiple savesets in suspect or notsuspect mode and you want to change their mode without using scripts simply review this article.
At first glance the answer this is not straight forward, but the answer is quite simple; Using two commands mminfo and nsrinfo we get the results.
This is a simple procedure on how to recover the NetWorker client data onto a different NetWorker server or datazone.
Occasionally when performing a restore NetWorker is unable to browse the content of a saveset due to the saveset passing its browse period.
The mminfo command reports information about NetWorker media and save sets and can produce several different reports depending on the flags specified.
A word of caution: before you begin removing a client, make sure you have a recent bootstrap backup; If we make any mistakes we can easily recover