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NAME

       backup_jobs - Lists pending and running operations in interactive mode

SYNOPSIS

       jobs [-help]

       j [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       The backup jobs command lists the job ID number and status of each backup operation
       running or pending in the current interactive session.

       This command can be issued in interactive mode only. If the issuer of the backup
       interactive command included the -localauth flag, the -cell argument, or both, those
       settings apply to this command also.

       To terminate operations that appear in the output, issue the backup kill command and
       identify the operation to cancel with the job ID number from this command's output.

       To check the status of a Tape Coordinator, rather than of a certain operation, use the
       backup status command.

OPTIONS

       -help
           Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.

OUTPUT

       The output always includes the expiration date and time of the tokens that the backup
       command interpreter is using during the current interactive session, in the following
       format:

          <date>   <time>: TOKEN EXPIRATION

       If the execution date and time specified for a scheduled dump operation is later than
       <date time>, then its individual line (as described in the following paragraphs) appears
       below this line to indicate that the current tokens will not be available to it.

       If the issuer of the backup command included the -localauth flag when entering interactive
       mode, the line instead reads as follows:

          :  TOKEN NEVER EXPIRES

       The entry for a scheduled dump operation has the following format:

          Job <job_ID>:  <timestamp>:  dump  <volume_set>  <dump_level>

       where

       <job_ID>
           Is a job identification number assigned by the Backup System.

       <timestamp>
           Indicates the date and time the dump operation is to begin, in the format
           month/date/year hours:minutes (in 24-hour format)

       <volume_set>
           Indicates the volume set to dump.

       <dump_level>
           Indicates the dump level at which to perform the dump operation.

       The line for a pending or running operation of any other type has the following format:

          Job <job_ID>:  <operation>  <status>

       where

       <job_ID>
           Is a job identification number assigned by the Backup System.

       <operation>
           Identifies the operation the Tape Coordinator is performing, which is initiated by the
           indicated command:

           Dump (dump name)
               Initiated by the backup dump command. The dump name has the following format:

                   <volume_set_name>.<dump_level_name>

           Restore
               Initiated by the backup diskrestore, backup volrestore, or backup volsetrestore
               command.

           Labeltape (tape_label)
               Initiated by the backup labeltapen command. The tape_label is the name specified
               by the backup labeltape command's -name or -pname argument.

           Scantape
               Initiated by the backup scantape command.

           SaveDb
               Initiated by the backup savedb command.

           RestoreDb
               Initiated by the backup restoredb command.

       <status>
           Indicates the job's current status in one of the following messages. If no message
           appears, the job is either still pending or has finished.

           number Kbytes, volume volume_name
               For a running dump operation, indicates the number of kilobytes copied to tape or
               a backup data file so far, and the volume currently being dumped.

           number Kbytes, restore.volume
               For a running restore operation, indicates the number of kilobytes copied into AFS
               from a tape or a backup data file so far.

           [abort requested]
               The backup kill command was issued, but the termination signal has yet to reach
               the Tape Coordinator.

           [abort sent]
               The operation is canceled by the backup kill command.  Once the Backup System
               removes an operation from the queue or stops it from running, it no longer appears
               at all in the output from the command.

           [butc contact lost]
               The backup command interpreter cannot reach the Tape Coordinator. The message can
               mean either that the Tape Coordinator handling the operation was terminated or
               failed while the operation was running, or that the connection to the Tape
               Coordinator timed out.

           [done]
               The Tape Coordinator has finished the operation.

           [drive wait]
               The operation is waiting for the specified tape drive to become free.

           [operator wait]
               The Tape Coordinator is waiting for the backup operator to insert a tape in the
               drive.

EXAMPLES

       The following example shows that two restore operations and one dump operation are running
       (presumably on different Tape Coordinators) and that the backup command interpreter's
       tokens expire on 22 April 1999 at 10:45 am:

          backup> jobs
          Job 1: Restore, 1306 Kbytes, restore.volume
          Job 2: Dump (user.sunday1), 34 Kbytes, volume user.pat.backup
          Job 3: Restore, 2498 Kbytes, restore.volume
                 04/22/1999 10:45: TOKEN EXPIRATION

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

       None. However, queuing any operation requires privilege, and it is possible to issue this
       command only within the interactive session in which the jobs are queued.

SEE ALSO

       backup(8), backup_interactive(8), backup_kill(8), backup_quit(8)

COPYRIGHT

       IBM Corporation 2000. <http://www.ibm.com/> All Rights Reserved.

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