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NetVault Backup 12.4 - CLI Reference Guide

Introduction Getting started Using the command-line utilities Using the nvreport utility

Starting or stopping the NetVault Backup Service

The NetVault Backup Service is configured to start automatically on the server and client machines. To manually stop or start the service from CLI, you can use the following commands:

 

Using the command-line utilities

Client-specific utilities

nvclient

Adds one or more NetVault Backup Clients to the NetVault Backup Server, and assigns the clients to the specified client groups.

Table 3. nvclient

-add

Adds one or more clients to the NetVault Backup Server.

-list

Lists clients added to the server.

-password

Specifies NetVault Backup password of the client. This option is required if security is enabled on the client.

-file

Specifies the name of the input file for batch submission. You can specify client name, password, and group names in the file. Specify one client per line.

Example: MyClientList

Client-A -password mypwd2 -group Group1

Client-B

Client-C -password mypwd2

-client

Specifies NetVault Backup names of clients that you want to add to the server.

-group

Specifies names of client groups to which you want to add the clients. Verify that the client groups are created before you add the client.

-log

Specifies the name of the log file.

-failure

Specifies the name of the failed clients list.

-quiet

Suppresses display of output messages on the screen.

-verbose

Displays status and error messages on the screen.

-abort

Aborts the command if licensing does not permit addition of all clients.

-args

Prints program parameters and exits without doing anything.

-timeout

Specifies the amount of time NetVault Backup waits for a client to approve the “add” request. The timeout value is specified in seconds. The default value for this option is 30 seconds. If a client cannot be added within the specified period, an error message is displayed.

To locate a client that is unavailable, use the nvclientlist -find <ipaddress> command. For more information, see nvclientlist.
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