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NetVault 11.4 - CLI Reference Guide

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

nvscheddbcheck

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

Table 83. 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 84. 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 85. nvsendopmsg

-n

Sends notification from environment variables.

-test

Sends a test message.

nvtrace

Use this utility to perform the following tasks:

Table 86. nvtrace

--status

Displays whether tracing is enabled or disabled on the specified machine. You can use the following option with --status:

--client: Specifies the NetVault Backup Client. If the client name is not specified, the status of tracing on the server is displayed.

--enable

Enables tracing on the specified machine. You can use the following options with ‑‑enable:

--client: Specifies the NetVault Backup Client. If the client name is not specified, tracing is enabled on the NetVault Backup Server.
--startat: Specifies the date and time when tracing should be started on the machine. The format for specifying this option is YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.
--stopat: Specifies the date and time when tracing should be stopped on the machine. The format for specifying this option is YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.
You can omit the --startat and --stopat options to start tracing immediately.
--process: Specifies the process for which trace files are required. You can provide a comma-separated list of process ID numbers to generate trace files for the specified processes.

--disable

Disables tracing on the specified machine. You can use the following option with ‑‑disable:

--client: Specifies the NetVault Backup Client. If the client name is not specified, tracing is disabled on the server.
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