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       nsrretrieve - retrieve NetWorker archive save sets

       nsrretrieve [ -fnqu ] [ -i {nNyYrR} ] [ -d destination ]
		   [ -s server ] { [ -S ssid[/cloneid] ]...
		   [ -A annotation ]... } [ path ...  ]

       nsrretrieve  is	used  to  restore  archive  save sets from a NetWorker
       server.	No browsing is available via nsrretrieve.  Use of  nsrretrieve
       is  restricted  to listed administrators and users of an archive client
       resource.  See the nsr_client(5) man page for  further  details.	  When
       not  running  as	 root,	only  the  files  that	the  user  owns can be

       When no path arguments are specified, the entire save set contents will
       be  retrieved.  To restrict the archive save set retrieval to only par‐
       ticular directories or files matching a given path prefix, exact match‐
       ing  path's  can	 be specified to limit which directories and files are

       -A annotation
	      The annotation is a regular expression which uniquely identifies
	      a	 single	 archive  save	set.   See nsrarchive(8).  The regular
	      expression is as used by grep(1).	 At least  one	annotation  or
	      ssid (see below) must be specified.

       -S ssid[/cloneid]
	      The  ssid	 specifies  the	 save  set IDs for the save sets to be
	      retrieved.  When there are multiple clone instances for  an  ar‐
	      chive  save  set, you can specify the cloneid to select the par‐
	      ticular clone instance to be retrieved.  At least one annotation
	      (see above) or ssid must be specified.

       -d destination
	      Specifies the destination directory to relocate retrieved files.

       -s server
	      Selects which NetWorker server to use.

       -q     The  nsrretrieve command normally runs with verbose output. This
	      flag turns off the verbose output.

       -f     Indicates that retrieved files  will  overwrite  existing	 files
	      whenever a name conflict occurs.

       -n     Does not actually create any directories or files while retriev‐

       -i {nNyYrR}
	      Specifies the initial default overwrite  response	 to  use  when
	      retrieving  files	 and the file already exists.  You may specify
	      only one letter.	This option is the same as the uasm -i	option
	      when  running  in	 recover mode.	See the uasm(8) man page for a
	      detailed explanation of this option.

       -u     Stop when an error occurs during	retrieval.   Normally,	nsrre‐
	      trieve  treats  errors  as  warnings  and	 tries	to continue to
	      retrieve the rest of the files requested.	  However,  when  this
	      option  is  used,	 nsrretrieve will stop recovering on the first
	      error it encounters.

       grep(1), nsrarchive(8), nsr_client(5), nsr_service(5), nsr(8), nsrd(8),

   Exit Codes
       0      Normal exit.  This means that all of the requested data was suc‐
	      cessfully retrieved.
       <>0    Abnormal exit.

       The nsrretrieve command reports invalid options by printing a ``usage''
       message describing the available options.

       Cannot contact media database on server
	      This  message  indicates	that some problem was encountered con‐
	      necting to the NetWorker server on the named machine.

       cannot retrieve backup save sets
	      The nsrretrieve command can only be used to restore archive save
	      set data.

       cannot retrieve migration save sets
	      The nsrretrieve command can only be used to restore archive save
	      set data.

       more than one saveset have the annotation
	      The specified annotation matched more than one archive save set.
	      Use  nwretrieve(1m)  for retrieving save set that has non-unique
	      annotation key.

       cannot find saveset with unique annotation
	      The specified annotation matched no archive save set.

NetWorker 7.3.2			  Aug 23, 06			NSRRETRIEVE(8)

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