Re: [Networker] Unique save set name problem finally solved?

2007-05-08 18:08:02
Subject: Re: [Networker] Unique save set name problem finally solved?
From: Darren Dunham <ddunham AT TAOS DOT COM>
Date: Tue, 8 May 2007 15:07:02 -0700
> >> /bin/sh /usr/sbin/nsrnmo_level1_test -s server_name -g group_name -LL -m 
> >> client_name -t 1178573804 -l incr -q -W 78 -N path2RMANscript 
> >> path2RMANscript
> >>
> >> So, we would just need to change the value following the '-N' as you 
> >> suggested. However, it's going to be a bit involved getting the correct
> >> time value. If we do it the way we've been doing it then NW figures it 
> >> out and passes all the correct parameters. If we create the wrapper script
> >> and specify that instead then we're going to have to explicitly call the 
> >> nsrnmo script (nsrnmo_level1_test) with all the expected parameters; 
> >> otherwise,
> >> it bombs with the "nsrnmostart returned status of 255" message.
> >>     
> >
> > No... your script will be passed all of that stuff.  You just need
> > to change the -N part to what you want, then pass it all on to nsrnmo.
> >   
> I created a shell script (under /usr/sbin) with the following line:
> /usr/sbin/nsrnmo -N name

If you do that, you're not passing any of that other information.  It
might not be right, but as a first pass I might try:

/usr/sbin/nsrnmo "[email protected]" -N name

> I placed the name of the shell script in the 'Backup command' field for 
> the client resource.
> It expected it to begin with 'save' or 'nsr', so I named its something 
> like


> But when I ran the group, it failed and only backed up the client index. 
> NetWorker reported
> 1 retry attempted on the rman script (save set name) and reported the 
> following error:
> client:RMAN:/path2_rman_script nsrnmostart returned status of 255
> client:RMAN:/ path2_rman_script /usr/sbin/nsrnmo exiting.

You're not passing any of the arguments into nsrnmo.

Darren Dunham                                           ddunham AT taos DOT com
Senior Technical Consultant         TAOS  
Got some Dr Pepper?                           San Francisco, CA bay area
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