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Basics – Why nsrwatch is still needed

Posted by Preston on 2009-02-12

In a previous post, I bemoaned the lack of nsrwatch on Windows. I thought it would be worthwhile pointing out an example of where nsrwatch comes in handy, for the non-believers.

You’re on the road, you don’t have the option of pulling your laptop out, and you need to check on the state of your NetWorker server. Via a mobile phone ssh session, nsrwatch really is your friend here:

 

nsrwatch, via issh

nsrwatch, via issh

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