NetBackup 3.2 Microsoft Windows User s Guide for Windows NT/95/98
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Note:  Troubleshooting logs can consume a lot of disk space. Delete them when 
they are no longer needed. For more details on the 
BPCD
 logs, refer to 
"Troubleshooting Logs" on page 127.
General:
Controls the amount of information that NetBackup writes to the 
troubleshooting logs. Supported values are 0, 1, or 2. The higher 
the level, the more information is written. The default is 0.
TCP:
Used for debug purposes and enables TCP debugging. Supported 
values are:
0   No extra logging. This is the default.
1   Log basic TCP/IP functions.
2   Log all TCP/IP functions, including all read and write requests.
3   Log contents of each read/write buffer.
Setting Debug TCP Level to 2 or 3 can cause the status reports to 
be very large. It can also slow performance of a backup or restore 
operation. 
Heap:
Controls the amount of information that NetBackup writes to the 
troubleshooting logs
Enables memory heap debugging. Supported values are:
0 No memory heap debugging information. This is the default.
1 Memory heap information at the start and end of program
2 Near memory heap information at the start and end of program.
3 Near and far memory heap information at the start and end of 
program
Flush:
NetBackup periodically flushes the progress reports on NetBackup 
operations. This setting specifies the frequency of the flushes or 
how often the internal buffer gets written to the progress report. 
The higher the flush level, the more often the buffer is written to 
the file. Supported values are 0, 1 or 2. The default is 0.
Verbose:
Used for debug purposes, and enables NetBackup to include more 
information in its logs. 
Verbose controls the amount of information that the NetBackup 
NT Server writes to its logs. This parameter is only in effect when 
the local machine (where the NetBackup client is being run) is also 
a NetBackup NT server.
The values can be 0 to 99. 
Supported values are:
0         No extra logging. This is the default.
1  99   Verbose logging.
Use the default setting of zero unless advised otherwise by 
VERITAS Technical Support.
System Administrator
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