SYNOPSIS

       /usr/openv/java/jbpSA [ -d | -display]  [-D  prop_filename]  [-h  |  -help]  [-l
              debug_filename] [-ms nnn] [-mx xxx]


DESCRIPTION

       The  jbpSA  command  starts the Backup, Archive, and Restore client interface on
       Java-capable UNIX machines.


OPTIONS

       -d | -display
                 Display the environment variable. For example:

                 -d eagle:0.0

       -D prop_filename
                 Indicate the debug properties file name. The  default  name  for  this
                 file is Debug.properties.

       -h | -Help
                 Displays the possible options for the jbpSA command.

       -l debug_filename
                 Indicate  the  debug log file name. The default name is unique to this
                 startup of jbpSA and written in /usr/openv/java/logs.

       -lc       This option prints the cmdlines used by the  application  to  its  log
                 file.

                 Note:  The  application  does  not  always  use the cmdlines to get or
                 update data.  It has some  protocols  that  instruct  its  application
                 server  to  perform  tasks using NetBackup and Media Manager APIs. The
                 application evolves, fewer cmdlines will be used.

       -ms nnn   The -ms option allows memory usage configuration for the Java  Virtual
                 Machine  (JVM)  where  nnn is the megabytes of memory available to the
                 application. Default: 36M (megabytes)

                 The recommendation is to run jnbSA on a machine with 512 megabytes  of
                 physical memory with 128 megabytes of memory available to the applica-
                 tion.

                 The -ms command specifies how much memory is allocated  for  the  heap
                 when  the  JVM  starts.  It  is  unlikely that this value will require
                 changing as the default is sufficient for quickest  initialization  of
                 jnbSA on a machine with the recommended amount of memory.

                 Example:

                 jbpSA -ms 36M

                 The  memory  allocated  can be specified using the jbpSA command or by
                 The maximum heap size can be specified using the jbpSA command  or  by
                 setting the MAX_MEMORY option in /usr/openv/java/nbj.conf.


COPYRIGHT

              Copyright 2002-2003 VERITAS Software Corporation. All rights reserved.






                           12 Jul 2003                   jbpSA(1)