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Posted by stewartk2 
Re: EMC-DATAPROTECTION-L Digest - 10 May 2018 to 14 May 2018 (#2018-20)
May 15, 2018 05:00AM
I think the one that got me was the retention time and browse time are now the same. I had browse set to 3 months and retention set to 6 months, which made the browse time 6 months :o( I had data on my Data Domain that was 6 months old.

Kathy

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Topics of the day:

1. NetWorker 9 transition, questions about free "eLearning" and biggest
gotchas
2. What happened to nsrls -m?


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Date: Mon, 14 May 2018 11:17:25 +0000
From: Frank Swasey <Frank.Swasey@UVM.EDU>
Subject: Re: NetWorker 9 transition, questions about free "eLearning" and biggest gotchas

Tim (and all)

For those of us looking at 9.2.1, there is this similar document:

https://support.emc.com/docu85971_NetWorker-9.2.x-Recommendations,-Training-and-Downloads-for-Customers-and-Partners.pdf

- Frank

> On May 3, 2018, at 17:00, Tim Mooney <Tim.Mooney@NDSU.EDU> wrote:
>
> All-
>
> Frank's recent question about media pools with NetWorker 9 reminded me
> that I've been meaning to seek the wisdom of the list on a couple of
> Networker 9 related items.
>
> 1) For those of you that went through the free "NetWorker 9.x
> Technical Differences" "eLearning" course[1], was it useful, or was it
> mainly marketing gloss for product changes?
>
> 2) For those of you that have completed the 8.x to 9.1 or 9.2
> migration, what were the biggest surprises or unexpected problems that you ran into?
>
>
> [1]: https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-52843
>
>
> PS: for anyone that (like me) hasn't yet completed the 8.2 to 9.x
> migration, Thomas Child from EMC support pointed me at this document
> for 9.1, as part of a great support experience on an unrelated issue
> last year:
>
>
> https://support.emc.com/docu81625_NetWorker-9.1.x-Recommendations,-Tra
> ining-and-Downloads-for-Customers-and-Partners.pdf
>
> Tim
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Date: Mon, 14 May 2018 15:39:24 +0000
From: Frank Swasey <Frank.Swasey@UVM.EDU>
Subject: Re: What happened to nsrls -m?

Jim,

I had to go all the way back to the early 8.2 versions to even find nsrls -m documented. From the documentation, it looks like this is dumping information about the WiSS media database. Since NetWorker has converted that to SQLite, you'll really have to talk to EMC about how to get that kind of information out of the media database now that you have converted to using SQLite instead of WiSS. It is possible the statistics reported by nsrls -m were unique to the WiSS format and are not applicable to the SQLite version of the media database.

- Frank

> On May 10, 2018, at 11:36, Jim Weill <moondog@ICSI.BERKELEY.EDU> wrote:
>
> This is what I am talking about, btw. Command followed by man page entry:
>
> ROOT:~# nsrls -m
> usage: nsrls [ clientname ... ]
>
> nsrls(8) nsrls(8)
> NAME
> nsrls - list statistics of NetWorker index files
>
> SYNOPSIS
> nsrls [ clientname ... ]
>
> DESCRIPTION
> When nsrls is used without any specified options, the number of records
> in an online index and the usage of the online index with respect to
> the number of kilobytes allocated to its files is printed. Administra-
> tors can use this command to establish how many files have been saved
> by a client.
>
> An empty argument list prints the statistics for all known clients.
>
> EXAMPLE
> % nsrls jupiter
>
> /space2/nsr/index/jupiter: 292170 records requiring 50
> MB
>
>
> On 5/9/2018 3:47 PM, Jim Weill wrote:
>> We used to use this command switch to get the media database information before doing a version upgrade, but 8.2.4.10 seems to have deprecated the -m option. What is the current equivalent to this command?
>>
>> jim
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