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daemon.log/utilities ??????

daemon.log/utilities ??????

daemon.log/utilities ??????

I have examined the daemon.log in hope to collect
and calculate how much and how long it takes to backup
our sun solaris systems.

I found that the daemon.log is interwieved with save's
within savegroups does anyone a know a good aproach way or
tools that can achieve what i'm am trying to do?

Please help.

Thank you

RE: daemon.log/utilities ??????

I am running the Solaris version of Legato on our sun systems and have set it up so that it will email me when the savegroup has finished.
On nwadmin on Solaris select Customise, then notifications and
select savegroup notification. This will allow you to set the type of notification required. the email looks like this:-

Solstice Backup Savegroup: (notice) mrplogs completed, 1 client(s) (All Succeeded)
Start time:   Tue Jul 25 10:55:01 2000
End time:     Tue Jul 25 11:19:34 2000

--- Successful Save Sets ---

  sapprda: /oracle/MRP/saparch      level=full,    385 MB 00:05:03     77 files
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch /usr/sbin/nsr/mminfo
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch Start= Tue Jul 25 10:55:06 2000
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch End = Tue Jul 25 11:00:10 2000
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch The volume(s) below already have copies of the requested
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch save set(s) and will not be written at this time:
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch PL0000
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch Automatically copying data to other volume(s)
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch Starting cloning operation...
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch nsrclone: Successfully cloned all requested save sets
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch nsrclone: Clones were written to the following volume(s):
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch CP0001
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch CP0001
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch Outport '1' is full.
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch Outport '2' is full.
* sapprda:/oracle/MRP/saparch CP0001 ejected. Please send to Data Security
  sapprda: /nsr/index/sapprda       level=full,   1302 MB 00:06:31      5 files
  sapprda: bootstrap                level=full,     41 MB 00:02:21     11 files

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