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    Default Listar backup's - Command Line

    Friends,

    How to list what is being backed up now?
    This command, q sess, lists the current sessions.

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    Ramon

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    If the backup is running through a schedule then just tail the dsmsched.log. If it isn't then you could bring the client to the fore ground and view what is in process. Is this a UNIX or Windows client.
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