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Veritas 9.1 Printout of backups

Posted on 2006-06-26
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Is there any way to make a printout of what each backup is backing up.  I need to make a hard copy of everything that is being backed up and I would rather not do it one manually if at all possible.  :)
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lbbcsg earned 1500 total points
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You can just go into the Log file for each completed job, expand all, and print the log itself.
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You can, but I am looking for more of a tree type listing. And more detailed if at all possible.
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How much more specific are you trying to get? You want to see a each file being backed up in each folder of each server?
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by:r_naren22atyahoo
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open veritas backup exec.
go to job monitor
down in the list double click the latest successful job that was completed.
you will see a new window, on lesf side click on job history
on right side click on expand all
now on the bottom click print

regards
naren
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