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Originally Posted by Peasant
Perhaps you should look into omnicreatedl command for specific creation of backup specification using command line.
http://bizsupport.austin.hp.com/bc/d.../c01631222.pdf

You can check out your specification via omnirpt command.
Code:
omnirpt -report dl_info -datalist YourSpec

Unfortunatly, i have never directly edited the backup specification in such manner your mentioned so cannot help much.

Regards
Peasant.
Peasant,

Thanks again for your reply.

"omnicreatedl" is to create a backup specification of a specific type. So, this command only uses a subset of all options possible in a datalist file.

"omnirpt" only provides information "as is".

I'm really looking for the full syntax, so I either need those man pages or a document with the full description.
# 9  
Found a version on an old HP-UX system.
The man pages for omnidatalist and omibarlist appear in chapter 4 (file formats) of the unix manual set where the footnote on each "man page" is:

Data Protector A.05.00: Jul. 2002

Actual package installed is "HP Openview Storage Data Protector A.05.50".

It seems to matter whether the package was installed as a Cell Manager. Client machines don't have those man pages.

Also found the two "man" pages on an old server which was historically a Cell Manager. The "man" page footnote is:

OmniBack II A.04.00 : Jun. 2001


No mention of omnisap.exe - but I don't have the SAP add-in.


Did you mention what version you have installed?
Code:
swlist | egrep -i "omni|protector"


Last edited by methyl; 12-23-2011 at 09:51 AM..
# 10  
Quote:
Originally Posted by methyl
Found a version on an old HP-UX system.
The man pages for omnidatalist and omibarlist appear in chapter 4 (file formats) of the unix manual set where the footnote on each "man page" is:

Data Protector A.05.00: Jul. 2002

Actual package installed is "HP Openview Storage Data Protector A.05.50".

It seems to matter whether the package was installed as a Cell Manager. Client machines don't have those man pages.

Also found the two "man" pages on an old server which was historically a Cell Manager. The "man" page footnote is:

OmniBack II A.04.00 : Jun. 2001


No mention of omnisap.exe - but I don't have the SAP add-in.


Did you mention what version you have installed?
Code:
swlist | egrep -i "omni|protector"

Thanks Methyl,

This is finally some good news.

These systems have been maintained by someone else in the past. I can see DP 5.5 has been on the system once. When we got the systems the DP version was at 6.0 and currently we are on the latest version 6.2.

The version is not really relevant though.

I'm more than happy if you could send me those man pages of 5.5. It seems in the 6 versions those man pages are no longer part of the bundle.

I don't know if it is allowed to post those man pages as an attachment in here. If not I can send you a private message with an e-mail address where to send them.

It is logical for the man pages of "omnidatalist" and "omnibarlist" to be only present on the server running the cell manager. Basically they are the backup definition files, and therefor should be present on the server (cellmanager) and not the clients.

If a man page for "omnisap.exe" exists, it should be present on the Client running a sap application. Ofcourse the SAP plugin should be installed. The binary is on my system but doesn't have a help option.

Thanks for your help sofar
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Manual compressed format is unsuitable for posting on this site and local rules prevent me sending by email.
Can you source these files from you licenced Data Protector 5.5 kit ?
# 12  
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Manual compressed format is unsuitable for posting on this site and local rules prevent me sending by email.
Can you source these files from you licenced Data Protector 5.5 kit ?
Methyl,

No I can't. Systems were maintained by someone else before we got them. No 5.5 sw source bundle present at the system.

Looked at the HP site, but cannot download older versions, at least I cannot find it.

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