amtoc



AMTOC(8)                                                              AMTOC(8)




NAME

       amtoc - generate TOC (Table Of Contents) for an AMANDA run


SYNOPSIS

       amtoc [-a] [-i] [-t] [-f file] [-s subs] [-w] [--] logfile



DESCRIPTION

       Amtoc  generates  a  table  of  contents for an AMANDA run. It’s a perl
       script (if you don’t have perl, install it first!).



OPTIONS

       -a     The output file name will be label-of-the-tape.toc in  the  same
              directory as logfile.


       -i     Display help about amtoc.


       -t     Generate the output in tabular form.


       -f file
              Write the output to a file (’-’ for stdout).


       -s subs
              Evaluate  the  output  file  name  from subs, with $_ set to la-
              bel-of-the-tape.   The   -a   option   is   equivalent   to   -s
              s/$_/.toc/.


       -w     Separate  tapes  with  form-feeds and display blank lines before
              totals.


       --     Marks the last option so the next parameter is the logfile.


       logfile
              (use ’-’ for stdin)



OUTPUT FORMAT

       The standard output has five fields separated by two spaces:


       #  Server:/partition  date  level  size[Kb]
       0  daily-05:  19991005  -  -
       1  cuisun15:/cuisun15/home  19991005  1  96
       2  cuinfs:/export/dentiste  19991005  1  96
         ...
       103  cuisg11:/  19991005  0  4139136
       103  total:  -  -  16716288





       In tabular format (-t), this would look like:


         #  Server:/partition           date      lev  size[Kb]
         0  daily-05:                   19991005    -         -
         1  cuisun15:/cuisun15/home     19991005    1        96
         2  cuinfs:/export/dentiste     19991005    1        96
         ...
       103  cuisg11:/                   19991005    0   4139136
       103  total:                      -           -  16716288





USAGE

       The easiest way to use it is to run amtoc right  after  amdump  in  the
       cron job:


       amdump daily ; logdir=‘amgetconf daily logdir‘ ; log=‘ls -1t $logdir/log.*.[0-9] | head -1‘ ; amtoc -a $log



       which  will  generate  /usr/local/etc/amanda//daily/tape_label.toc. You
       may also want to call amtoc after an amflush.



SEE ALSO

       amanda(8), amdump(8), amflush(8), amgetconf(8), cron, perl



AUTHOR

       Nicolas  Mayencourt  <Nicolas.Mayencourt@cui.unige.ch>,  University  of
       Geneva/Switzerland : Original text


       Stefan  G. Weichinger, <sgw@amanda.org>, maintainer of the AMANDA-docu-
       mentation: XML-conversion




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