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AMOVERVIEW

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NAME

amoverview - display file systems processed by AMANDA over time 

SYNOPSIS

amoverview [[-config] config] [-hostwidth width] [-diskwidth width] [-skipmissed] [-verbose]

 

DESCRIPTION

Amoverview displays a chart showing hosts and file systems processed by AMANDA along with the backup level performed each day.

See the amanda(8) man page for more details about AMANDA.

 

OPTIONS

-config config
Use configuration config instead of configuration daily.

-hostwidth width
Set host field column width to width characters instead of 8.

-diskwidth width
Set disk field column width to width characters instead of 20.

-skipmissed
Compacts the output by only printing stats for the days AMANDA actually ran.

-verbose
Amoverview can take a long while on large systems. This option reports intermediate steps while it is working.

 

RESULTS

amoverview is a summary of the output of " amadmin <config> find ". When the last column of amadmin find contains anything other than ``OK'', amoverview translates this into ``E'' for that day.

A number indicates the level of backup and it succeeded. An ``E'' indicates an error for that day. You get an ``E'' for all errors, like failed to connect, datatimeout, computer crashed, etc, but also for failing to write to tape.

You can have an ``E'' followed by a number if a filesystem ran into end-of-tape once (gives an ``E'', and later that day, you flush it to a second tape (a number: the level, indicating success). If the flush failed too, you get a double ``EE'' for that day.

You can also have a double code if you have two tapes in the changer and AMANDA failed to write to tape the first time because it hit end of tape (resulting in ``E0'', for a full, ``E1'' for an incremental etc.) or twice with error (``EE''), and may a successful flush afterwards giving maybe ``EE0''. (Only the latest 2 characters are printed).

 

EXAMPLE

This shows the /home file system on host2 was backed up at level 3 on the 8th, 9th and 10th of December, had a full backup on the 11th, a level 1 on the 12th and a level 2 on the 13th.

# amoverview                         date 12 12 12 12 12 12host     disk                 08 09 10 11 12 13 host1    /                     0  1  1  1  1  1host1    /var                  0  1  1  1  1  1host2    /                     1  1  1  1  1  0host2    /home                 3  3  3  0  1  2host2    /opt                  1  1  1  1  1  1host2    /var                  1  1  0  1  1  1 

 

SEE ALSO

amadmin(8), amanda(8)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
RESULTS
EXAMPLE
SEE ALSO

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