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* - Windows Only
nsrndmp_savensrndmp_save - use NetWorker and Network Data Management Protocol(NDMP) to save data
nsrndmp_save -T backup-type -c client-name [ -Lnq ] [ -g group ] [ -l level ] [ -m masquerade ] [ -N name ] [ -s server ] [ -t date ] [ -e expiration ] [ -w browse_time ] [ -y retention_time ] [ -W width ] path
nsrndmp_save coordinates the backup process with NetWorker and a target Network Data Management Protocol(NDMP) system. Only the super-user may run this command. The user must specify a backup type, client-name, server, and path. The behavior of the backup depends on the NDMP system being protected. Certain environment variables may be needed depending upon the target system. Documentation for such backups should be consulted for more details. The status of a backup can be monitored using the X Window System-based nwadmin(1) program or the curses(3X) based nsrwatch(1) program for other terminal types. nsrndmp_save is not responsible for moving data on the NDMP system. All such activity is handled by the NDMP system. nsrndmp_save receives messages from the NDMP system and processes them appropriately. Such messages could request a new tape be mounted or a file index entry to be created. Refer to the NDMP specification and documentation avail- able at www.ndmp.org for more details. Details about handling media are discussed in nsrmm(1) and nsr_device(5). In order to save data for another system, make sure the user performing the nsrndmp_save operation is on the remote access attribute list of the client resource. See nsr_client(5).
-c client-name Specifies the client name for starting the save session. This is useful on clients with multiple network interfaces, and hence multiple host names. It can be used to create multiple index databases for the same physical client. Note that this does not specify the network interface to use. This is specified in the server network interface attribute of the client resource. See nsr_client(5). -g group Is used by savegrp(1) and savefs(1) to denote the group of the save. See nsr_client(5) and nsr_group(5). It is also used by the NetWorker server to select the specific media pool. -l level Indicates the level of the save. This option is used by save- -m masquerade Specifies the tag to precede the summary line. This option is used by savegrp(1) and savefs(1) to aid in savegrp summary noti- fications. -n Indicates no save. Not supported, but provided for compatibil- ity. -N name Indicates the symbolic name of this save set. By default, the most common prefix of the path arguments is used as the save set name. -q Indicates quiet. Not supported, but provided for compatibility. -s server Specifies which machine to use as the NetWorker server. -t date Indicates the date (in nsr_getdate(3) format) after which files must have been modified before they will be saved. This option is used by savegrp(1) and savefs(1) to perform scheduled saves by consulting with the media database to determine the appropri- ate time value based on the previous saves for the save set and the level of the scheduled save. -T backup-type The type of backup on the NDMP server, for example celestra. -e expiration Set the date (in nsr_getdate(3) format) when the saved data will expire. When a save set has an explicit expiration date, the save set remains both browsable and non-recyclable until it expires. After it expires and it has passed its browse time, its state will become non-browsable. If it has expired and it has passed its retention time, the save set will become recy- clable. The special value forever is used to indicate that a volume that never expires (i.e. an archive or a migration vol- ume) must be used. By default, no explicit expiration date is used. -w browse Sets the date (in nsr_getdate(3) format) after which the saved data will no longer be browsable. By default, the server deter- mines the browse date for the save set based on the browse poli- cies in effect. This option allows overriding the existing policies on a save by save basis. -y retention Sets the date (in nsr_getdate(3) format) when the saved data will become recyclable. The special value forever is used to indicate that a volume that never expires (i.e. an archive or a migration volume) must be used. By default, the server deter- mines this date for the save set based on the retention policies in effect. This option allows overriding the existing policies on a save by save basis. -W width
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