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Activity Monitor
NBU utility that displays NBU information and limited Job control
Robotic Library
A robot and accompanying software. Includes tapes or optical platters used for data storage and retrieval. Ex a tape library DLT(TLD) refers to a robot that has a TLD robotic control
Archive Bit
A files status bit that the MS OS sets to indicate the file change when written to
Netbackup Client Service
NBU windows service that runs on clients and servers and listens for connections from NBU servers and clients on the network. this service starts the necessary programs when a connection is made.
Netbackup database manager service
Netbackup windows service that runs on the master server and manages the netbackup internal databases called catalogs this service runs on the master server during all nbu admin operations
NBU device manager service
NBU windows service "ltid" starts and controls the robotic control process on a NBU server also controls the reservation and assignment of volumes. Only runs if the server has devices under media manager control.
Internal backup and media manager databases. contain configuration, media, devices, status, errors, and the files and directories in the stored backup images.
Alternate read server
A server used to read a backup image which was originally written by a different media server. the ARS must have access to the media containing the backup image or images it is configured to read.
access control list (ACL)
Security information associated with files on some file systems.
active node
The designated node in a clustered environment where NetBackup is installed and from which NetBackup can push to other nodes in the cluster. The NetBackup daemons are running on an active node.
A special kind of backup where NetBackup backs up the selected files, and if the backup is successful, deletes the files from the local disk. In this manual, references to backups also apply to the backup portion of archive operations except where otherwise noted.
backup window
The period of time during which backups can begin.
A magnetic label written on media that associates the media to its slot location in a robot.
barcode rule
A rule that specifies criteria for assigning attributes to new robotic volumes.
A backup, archive, and restore utility for users on NetBackup UNIX clients. It has a character-based, menu interface that can be run from terminals that do not have X Windows capabilities.
In a SAN network, a bridge connects SCSI devices to Fibre Channel. A third-party copy device can be implemented as part of a bridge or as part of other devices. Note that not all bridges function as third-party copy devices.
cumulative-incremental backup
A backup that is scheduled by the administrator on the master server and backs up files that have changed since the last successful full backup. All files are backed up if no prior backup has been doneAlso see differential-incremental backup.
debug logs
Logs that can be optionally enabled for specific NetBackup and Media Manager programs and processes and then used to investigate problems.
destination storage unit
In Vault, a storage unit that contains the resources to which the copies of the backup images will be written. There may be up to four storage units. If the duplicated backup images are to be vaulted, the destination storage unit must correspond to the robotic volume group.
differential-incremental backup
Scheduled by the administrator on the master server and backs up files that have changed since the last successful incremental or full backup. All files are backed up if no prior backup has been done. Also see cumulative-incremental backup.
external media ID
This is an identifier written on a media cartridge or canister to help the operator identify the volume before inserting it into a drive or robot. For labeled media, the external media ID should be the same as the media ID recorded on the media.
Fibre Channel
A type of high-speed network composed of either optical or copper cable and employing the Fibre Channel protocol. NetBackup supports both arbitrated loop and switched fabric (switched fibre channel) environments.
A special type of raw-partition backup that requires the NetBackup FlashBackup separately-priced option. FlashBackup is available only for NetBackup Enterprise Server.