[Veritas-bu] Scripting

Dave Markham dave.markham at fjserv.net
Wed Mar 23 11:18:34 CST 2005

Hindle, Greg wrote:

> Can you have the same abilities running Netbackup under windows and 
> UNIX when it comes to scripting? We have many scripts that run under 
> UNIX but we were curious to know if those that run netbackup under 
> windows have the same flexibility when it come to scripting?
> Thanks,
> Greg
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I think by its nature of an OS scripting is far more scopable in unix.

There are bat files which can be created, and win32 versions of some 
commands such as kill, ps etc.

One option may be to isntall cygwin which is a unix / linux platform for 


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