Re: [Veritas-bu] MS-Sql server
There is normally a "Parent" Job that kicks off. After this,
there should be child jobs for each Database.
Was the .bch file configured with the ALL$
Also, to clarify, goto the Backup, Archive, Restore tool,
specify the client machine and the policy type, in your case
You would run this BAR tool on the Master Server (assuming its
Hope this helps
My Windows team has asked me if I can see what databases have
been backed up on a particular Windows server. It is running MS-SQL, and
when the master server kicks off the backup it looks at a .bch script on that
server. It looks to me like the backups work, but I cannot find a way to
say what actual databases were backed up. Is there an easy way to do
And can I assume that if I get a status 0, that all the databases
in the .bch file get backed up?
Linux master/media server, 6.5.6. Client is Windows
2003 server (r2) running MS-Sql server.
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