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-add_availability_group -ag_name availability_group_name [-cluster cluster_name] [-ag_id availability_group_ID]

This option applies to SQL Server Intelligent Policies. Adds an availability group to the policy.

In the policy attributes (bpplinfo), -client_list_type must be set to 3 (AVAILABILITY_GROUP). For advanced and basic availability groups, provide the -cluster cluster_name. For read-scale availability groups, provide the -ag_id availability_group_ID. You can add availability groups and availability databases to the same policy. You cannot add instance groups, instances, or standalone databases to a policy that contains availability groups or availability databases.

-add_availability_group_database -ag_name availability_group_name -database database_name [-cluster cluster_name] [-ag_id availability_group_ID]

This option applies to SQL Server intelligent policies. Adds a specific availability database to the policy.

In the policy attributes (bpplinfo), -client_list_type must be set to 3 (AVAILABILITY_GROUP). For advanced and basic availability groups, provide the -cluster cluster_name. For read-scale availability groups, provide the -ag_id availability_group_ID. You can add availability groups and availability databases to the same policy. You cannot add instance groups, instances, or standalone databases to a policy that contains availability groups or availability databases.

-add_rac_database db_unique_name dbid

This option applies to Oracle Intelligent Policies. Adds a RAC database to the policy. In the policy attributes (bpplinfo), -client_list_type must be set to 4 (RAC DATABASE).

-add host_name hardware os [priority]

Adds a client to the policy. If the local system has defined the maximum number of clients already, an error is returned. The maximum number of clients is unlimited (the installation default) for NetBackup Enterprise Server and 4 for NetBackup Server. Specify the host name, hardware type, and operating system. The priority option is not implemented at this time.

To back up a Nutanix Acropolis Cluster, you must add the display name of the virtual machine. The display name of a virtual machine is case-sensitive and it must not include a space.

For the NAS-Data-Protection policy, the clients are the NAS storage arrays or filers. You can add a NetApp filer as client entry in this policy in the form of cluster@StorageVirtualMachine and for Nutanix in the form of NutanixFileServer@NAS-Array-Asset.

-add_instance_database instance_name database_name host_name

This option applies to SQL Server intelligent policies. Adds a specific database in an instance to the policy.

In the policy attributes (bpplinfo), -client_list_type must be set to 1 (INSTANCE). You can add instances and databases to the same policy. You cannot add instances groups, availability groups, or availability databases to a policy that contains instances or standalone databases.

-add_instance_pdb instance_name pluggable_database_name host_name

This option applies to Oracle Intelligent Policies. Adds a specific pluggable database in an instance to the policy.

-add_instance instance_name host_name

This option applies to SQL Server and Oracle Intelligent Policies. Adds an instance to the policy.

In the policy attributes (bpplinfo), -client_list_type must be set to 1 (INSTANCE). You can add instances and databases to the same policy. You cannot add instances groups, availability groups, or availability databases to a policy that contains instances or standalone databases.

-add_instance_group instance_group_name

This option applies to SQL Server and Oracle Intelligent Policies. Adds an instance group to the policy.

In the policy attributes (bpplinfo), -client_list_type must be set to 2 (INSTANCE_GROUP). You cannot add instances, standalone databases, availability groups or availability databases to a policy that contains or instances groups.

-delete_availability_group -ag_name availability_group_name [-clustercluster_name] [-ag_id availability_group_ID]

This option applies to SQL Server intelligent policies. Deletes an availability group from the policy. For advanced and basic availability groups, provide the -cluster cluster_name. For read-scale availability groups, provide the -ag_id availability_group_ID.

-delete_availability_group_database -ag_name availability_group_name -database database_name [-cluster cluster_name] [-ag_id availability_group_ID]

This option applies to SQL Server intelligent policies. Deletes an availability database from the policy. For advanced and basic availability groups, provide the -cluster cluster_name. For read-scale availability groups, provide the -ag_id availability_group_ID.

-delete_rac_db db_unique_name dbid

This option applies to Oracle Intelligent Policies. Deletes a RAC database from the policy.

-delete host_name ...

Deletes one or more clients from the policy. Up to 20 clients can be deleted at a time. Specify the clients as a space-delimited list of host names.

-delete_instance {instance_name host_name [instance_name2 host_name2] [...]}

This option applies to SQL Server and Oracle Intelligent Policies. Deletes an instance from the policy. Up to 20 instances can be deleted at a time. Group instances and host names in a space-delimited list.

-delete_instance_database {instance_name1 database_name1 host_name1 [instance_name2 database_name2 host_name2] [...]}

This option applies to SQL Server intelligent policies. Deletes a database in an instance from the policy. Up to 20 databases can be deleted at a time. Group database names, instance names, and host names in a space-delimited list.

-delete_instance_pdb instance_name pluggable_database_name host_name

This option applies to Oracle Intelligent Policies. Deletes a pluggable database in an instance from a policy.

-delete_instance_group instance_group_name ...

This option applies to SQL Server and Oracle Intelligent Policies. Deletes an instance group from the policy. Up to 20 instance groups be deleted at a time. Specify the names in a space-delimited list.

-generation generation

Ensures that the command acts on a specific generation or version of a policy. The generation value increments each time a policy is saved. Use bpplinfo or bppllist to list the current generation value. If no generation is specified, the command acts on the current version.

-hardware hardware

Specifies the hardware type of this client. In the dialog box for adding clients to a policy with the Backup Policy Management utility, select one of the hardware types.

-include_discovered

This option lists the virtual machines that were discovered and selected the last time a VMware or Hyper-V intelligent policy ran. It also lists the host that performed the virtual machine discovery, such as the media server. This option is ignored if the intelligent policy has never been run.

When the option is used with -allunique, it additionally lists the virtual machines that were discovered and selected in the last run of all VMware and Hyper-V intelligent policies.

When the option is used with -allunique -pt policy_type and the policy_type is either VMware or Hyper-V, it lists the virtual machines that were discovered and selected in the last run of all VMware or all Hyper-V intelligent policies

-L

Displays the listing in long format. No two-line header appears at the top of the listing; the header is embedded in the line for each client. The line for each client includes the following fields:

Client/HW/OS/Pri: (the header)

Client name

Hardware type

Operating system

Priority

Ignore the four additional fields. They are either unused or used for internal processes.

-l

Displays the listing in short format; this option produces a terse listing. It also is called raw output mode. No two-line header appears at the top of the listing; the header is embedded in the line for each client. The listing consists of the following fields:

Field 1 = Client name

Field 2 = Hardware. The operating system type of the client. Example: Linux

Field 3 = Operating system name of the client. Example: Red Hat

Field 4 = Priority. The priority of the client in the specified policy.

Fields 5-7 are unused.

This option is useful for scripts or the programs that rework the listing contents into a customized report format.

-M master_server,...

Lists the alternative master servers. This option consists of a comma-delimited list of host names. If this option is present, each master server in the list runs the bpplclients command. Each master server in the list must allow access by the system that issues the bpplclients command. If an error occurs for any master server, the process stops at that point.

If bpplclients produces a list, the list is the composite of the returned information from all the master servers in this list.

If bpplclients adds, deletes, or modifies a client (explained later), the change is made on all the master servers in this list.

-modify host_name ...

Modifies the attributes for a client within a policy. The client was added to the policy previously. The attribute values follow the client name and replace the previous equivalent attribute values for this client. You must modify at least one of the client's attributes. -priority is not implemented at this time.

-noheader

Displays the listing without any header. The listing consists of one line for each client, which contains the hardware type, operating system, and client name.

-os os

Specifies a different operating system for the client. In the dialog box for adding clients to a policy with the Backup Policy Management utility, select one of the operating systems.

The values that you choose for the hardware and the -os options must form a valid combination.

policy_name | {[-allunique | -allunique_hw_os] [-pt policy_type]}

If the policy_name option is used it must be the first option on the command line.

The policy_name specifies the name of a policy. It lists client information only for that policy.

If you use -allunique without the -pt policy_type option, the command lists client information for all policies that are defined for NetBackup on the master server.

If you use -allunique -pt policy_type, the command lists the client information for only the clients that belong to that policy type.

The -allunique_hw_os without the -pt policy_type option lists all unique hosts based on host name, hardware, and operating system information.

If you use -allunique_hw_os -pt policy_type, the command lists all unique hosts based on host name, hardware, and operating system information for all clients that belong to that policy type.

-pt policy_type

Specifies the policy type by entering one of the following character strings (the default is Standard):

BigData
DataStore
DataTools-SQL-BackTrack
DB2
Deployment
Enterprise-Vault
FlashBackup
Hyper-V
Informix-On-BAR
Lotus-Notes
MS-Exchange-Server
MS-SharePoint
MS-SQL-Server
MS-Windows
NAS-Data-Protection
NBU-Catalog
NDMP
Oracle
SAP
Split-Mirror
Standard
Sybase
Universal-share
Vault
VMware
-priority priority

Not implemented.

policy_name

Identifies the policy that has the client. This option must be the first option on the command line.

-reason "string"

Indicates the reason that you choose this command action. The reason text string is captured and appears in the audit report. Enclose this string with double quotes ("..."). The string must not exceed 512 characters. It cannot begin with a dash character (-) nor contain a single quotation mark (').

-rename old_client_name new_client_name

old_client_name specifies the current name of the client and new_client_name specifies the new name.

-U

Displays the listing in user format. The listing consists of one line for each client, which contains the hardware type, operating system, and client name. A two-line header begins the listing which is the default format.

-v

Selects the verbose mode. This option causes bpplclients to log additional information for debugging purposes. The information goes into the NetBackup administration daily debug log. This option is meaningful only when you enable the debug log function (that is, when the following directory is defined):

UNIX systems: /usr/openv/netbackup/logs/admin
Windows systems: install_path\NetBackup\logs\admin

This option must precede the -add, -delete, or -modify option on the command line.

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