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amcleanup - run the Amanda cleanup process after a failure
amcleanup [-k] [-p] [-r] [-v] [--note string] config
Amcleanup generates the Amanda Mail Report and updates the Amanda databases after a system failure on a tape server host. This cleanup process is normally done automatically as part of the amdump program, but if amdump cannot complete for some reason (usually because of a tape server host crash), amcleanup must be run some time later (usually during system boot). The amcleanupdisk program is run with the same [-r] and [-v] options. See the amanda(8) man page for more details about Amanda.
-k Kill all process listed in the log file are their child. if there is no log file, then kill all amdump, amflush and amvault process and their child. -p Do the cleanup only if all process listed in the log file are already terminated. -r Remove bad file in holding disk. This options is passed to amcleanupdisk. -v Generate verbose output. This options is passed to amcleanupdisk. --note string Add the string to the log files, it will show up in the NOTES section of the report.
This example runs the Amanda cleanup process by hand after a failure. % amcleanup daily Putting the following line in a system boot script (e.g. /etc/rc.local) runs the Amanda cleanup process as part of the reboot, eliminating the need to run it by hand. /usr/local/sbin/amcleanup daily If nothing needs to be done, amcleanup exits normally with the message: amcleanup: no unprocessed logfile to clean up.
amanda(8), amdump(8) The Amanda Wiki: : http://wiki.zmanda.com/
James da Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> Stefan G. Weichinger <email@example.com>