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Java NDMPCOPY available

rsimac278

Hi all,

 

I've created an Java NDMPCOPY utility. It started as my personal tool, out of necessity, for the original NDMPCOPY at ndmp.org was Solaris/HP build only. This java ndmpcopy also features local file as the backup target, for what its worth.

 

You can see the manual page and download the latest version from here:

 

http://cronsult.com/jndmpcopy_man.aspx

 

Do give it a run if you want and post feedback here. This is work in progress and all and any input is very welcome.

 

Thanks,

 

Robert

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Re: Java NDMPCOPY available

DIMITRI_ARS

Hi Robert,

Excellent job, copying to local worked fine for me! I have 2 extension requests:

- Let -dstport set the local listening port when copying to local so limiting the firewall is easy.

- Add the option on using a local file as the source

Thanks,

Dimitri

Re: Java NDMPCOPY available

rsimac278

As already discussed offline, I have updated ndmpcopy with -dstport now pointing also to local data port, when target is local file. The new version is available at original post web link.

For local file being a data source, I'll think about that, it is not as trivial as above change.

Regards,

Robert

Re: Java NDMPCOPY available

KRISK_1974

hi

 

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@rsimac278 wrote:

Hi all,

 

I've created an Java NDMPCOPY utility. It started as my personal tool, out of necessity, for the original NDMPCOPY at ndmp.org was Solaris/HP build only. This java ndmpcopy also features local file as the backup target, for what its worth.

 

You can see the manual page and download the latest version from here:

 

http://cronsult.com/jndmpcopy_man.aspx

 

Do give it a run if you want and post feedback here. This is work in progress and all and any input is very welcome.

 

Thanks,

 

Robert


 

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