Paul Winkeler

NAME

coverage.pl - Analyze Which File-Systems (if any) Are Backed Up

SYNOPSIS

coverage.pl [options...] [hostname [hostname ...]]

DESCRIPTION

NetBackup's command line utility bpcoverage provides most of the fodder for this script. However, by pulling in information on all the policies of which the list of hosts are members a more complete picture can be drawn.

By default all file-systems on each host are listed along with all policies that explicitly reference them. Inactive policies are shown in parentheses.

Policies which apply to the client but do not reference a particular file-system are listed separately. These could be policies associated with database extension agents, or simply policies with file-lists with entries starting somewhere below any file-system mount-points.

For Windows based hosts substitute the concept of mount-point with drive-letter. Note that NetBackup is very strict about wanting the drive-letter references in the policy file-list in upper case, with the colon but without a leading back-slash.

Without any hostnames, coverage.pl will list coverage information on all clients known to the master server.

OPTIONS

-c

Only list file-systems that are covered.

-u

Only list file-systems that are uncovered.

-x

Produce output in XML format

AUTHOR

Winkeler, Paul pwinkeler@pbnj-solutions.com

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2002 Paul Winkeler

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