[Veritas-bu] What is on the schedule

David Chapa david.chapa at adic.com
Thu Mar 3 12:10:08 CST 2005


Hey how about that...

David A. Chapa | ADIC | 720.272.8452 cell | http://www.adic.com 
Sr. Technical Advisor 




-----Original Message-----
From: Mark.Donaldson at cexp.com [mailto:Mark.Donaldson at cexp.com] 
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 11:02 AM
To: David Chapa; Mark.Donaldson at cexp.com;
veritas-bu at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] What is on the schedule

actually, "-predict" is an option for both commands.  Strange.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Chapa [mailto:david.chapa at adic.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 10:54 AM


And it is bpschedreq not bpsched....sorry...multi-tasking and suffering
from CRS... :-)

David A. Chapa | ADIC | 720.272.8452 cell | http://www.adic.com 
Sr. Technical Advisor 




-----Original Message-----
From: veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
[mailto:veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu] On Behalf Of
Mark.Donaldson at cexp.com
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 10:28 AM
To: tim.martino at outtask.com; scottd at HanoverDirect.com;
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Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] What is on the schedule

Wait!

I withdraw my groveling.

MM/DD/YYYY is the same as "MM/DD/YYYY 00:00:00"  - windows open at
midnight.
I just tested and I was short all my daytime schedules.

I think you're back to looping a time value through the date range.

-M

-----Original Message-----
From: Donaldson, Mark - Broomfield, CO 
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 10:23 AM
To: 'Tim Martino'; 'Deiter Scott'; 'veritas-bu at mailman.eng.auburn.edu'
Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] What is on the schedule


Duh - thanks, Dave. Sorry Tim.

I never tried this without the HH:MM:SS 

I'll just go back over here and drink my coffee quietly.

-M

-----Original Message-----

This is almost right - this command shows windows that are open at that
specific time.  Most useful, but not supplied, would be to allow a date
range.

I've written my own "predictor" by looping the time for the command
below,
increasing the time by 30 minutes each time, then sorting for
uniqueness.
It's messy but it works.

-M

-----Original Message-----
From: veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
[mailto:veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu]On Behalf Of Tim Martino
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 6:44 AM
To: 'Deiter Scott'; veritas-bu at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] What is on the schedule


Run  install path>\Veritas\netbackup\bin\

bpsched -predict datetime

format for datetime is mm/dd/yyyy HH:MM:SS  there is also a Unix time
switch

-----Original Message-----
From: veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
[mailto:veritas-bu-admin at mailman.eng.auburn.edu] On Behalf Of Deiter
Scott
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 08:14
To: veritas-bu at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
Subject: [Veritas-bu] What is on the schedule


Is there a way to view all that is scheduled for a day's backups?

going through every policy in the gui is to time consuming



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