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NetVault 11.3 - CLI Reference Guide

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

nvreport

Allows you to generate and view canned reports from the command-line interface. For more information about using the reporting functionality, see Using the nvreport utility.

nvscheddbcheck

Verifies the structural, entity, and referential integrity of the Scheduler Database. It checks the following:

Table 84. nvscheddbcheck

List

Lists various records stored in the Scheduler Database. The output includes the following items:

You can use this option to determine which records should be deleted.

Check

Performs database checks, and displays the status.

-v

Specifies the minimum severity level of messages that are displayed. -v can take the following values:

all: All messages
back: Background messages
inf: Information messages
job: Job messages
warn: Warnings
error: Errors
severe: Severe errors

When you set the severity level, only messages at that level and higher are displayed.

nvsendmail

Sends an email to the specified address.

Table 85. nvsendmail

-d

Specifies the email address of the intended recipient.

-r

Specifies the actual name of the intended recipient.

-s

Specifies the subject line of the email.

-f

Specifies the email message file that you want to send.

-a

Specifies the attachment that you want to send. Provide the full path for the attachment file.

-m

Forces mime format.

-n

Specifies notification mode in which the necessary parameters are obtained from the host environment.

nvsendopmsg

Sends an operator message.

Table 86. nvsendopmsg

-n

Sends notification from environment variables.

-test

Sends a test message.

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