Logs don't get backuped - Veritas Backup Exec

This is a discussion on Logs don't get backuped - Veritas Backup Exec ; The jog logs doesn't get backuped on our BE9 server, everything else in BKUPEXEC is backuped as it seems, except the files in the LOG directory, the files in DBPROT.1 and DBPROT.2 are backuped. Is there a built-in filter that ...

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  1. Logs don't get backuped

    The jog logs doesn't get backuped on our BE9 server, everything else in
    BKUPEXEC is backuped as it seems, except the files in the LOG directory, the
    files in DBPROT.1 and DBPROT.2 are backuped.
    Is there a built-in filter that causes this or is something wrong?

    We have marked to backup the complete SYS-volume and there is no differnece
    if we are running differential or full backup.

    TIA
    Bobo



  2. Re: Logs don't get backuped

    Bobo
    > Is there a built-in filter that causes this or is something wrong?


    There's nothing wrong, the logs are excluded by default.

    Michael
    --
    "If it jams, force it. If it breaks, you probably
    needed a new one anyway"

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  3. Re: Logs don't get backuped

    Ok, it's a "feature"...

    Is there an way to include them? We wan't them to be backuped.

    Is there any chance to get them back from the files in DBPROT.1 and DBPROT.2
    under LOGS?

    "Michael" wrote in message
    news:MPG.1c4f6c11e379659298972a@news.support.verit as.com...
    > Bobo
    > > Is there a built-in filter that causes this or is something wrong?

    >
    > There's nothing wrong, the logs are excluded by default.
    >
    > Michael
    > --
    > "If it jams, force it. If it breaks, you probably
    > needed a new one anyway"
    >
    > * Please post replies via the newsgroup *




  4. Re: Logs don't get backuped

    Bobo
    > Is there an way to include them? We wan't them to be backuped.


    Actually, in the latest build (1152), the whole of the LOG directory is
    backed up with the exception of the *current* job log only (makes sense,
    since that will be open until the current job is finished)

    > Is there any chance to get them back from the files in DBPROT.1 and DBPROT.2
    > under LOGS?


    No, the DBPROT.1 & 2 directories contain backups of database files only,
    not the job logs.

    Michael
    --
    "If it jams, force it. If it breaks, you probably
    needed a new one anyway"

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