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Currently using CV V8... I'm trying to find a way to report on jobs that are scheduled individually vs. using a schedule policy. Most of our scheduling is done via policy, but we also have several large backups that require unique schedules. It made more sense to us to just schedule them individually than to have a schedule policy with just one object in it. If I run a job schedule report I can see everything that is scheduled, but I can't tell if it is in a policy or not.

What I am trying to do is create an easy way to run backups that are missed during an extended outage due to quarterly maintenance in the Data Center. Since we include day/time of the full backup in our schedule policy names, it is easy to see which policies would have run full backups during a particular timeframe. We then just manually start those schedules after the systems are available. Unfortunately we miss any jobs that were scheduled individually.

Any suggestions?
- Marilyn


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Post Schedules vs. Schedule Policies 
This would be very useful for me as well. Different reasons, but there should be a way to report all clients that have not had a successful backup in x days.


Andy




On May 23, 2011, at 8:12 PM, "Marilyn Schultz" <Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com ([email]Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com[/email])> wrote:




Currently using CV V8... I'm trying to find a way to report on jobs that are scheduled individually vs. using a schedule policy. Most of our scheduling is done via policy, but we also have several large backups that require unique schedules. It made more sense to us to just schedule them individually than to have a schedule policy with just one object in it. If I run a job schedule report I can see everything that is scheduled, but I can't tell if it is in a policy or not.

What I am trying to do is create an easy way to run backups that are missed during an extended outage due to quarterly maintenance in the Data Center. Since we include day/time of the full backup in our schedule policy names, it is easy to see which policies would have run full backups during a particular timeframe. We then just manually start those schedules after the systems are available. Unfortunately we miss any jobs that were scheduled individually.

Any suggestions?
- Marilyn




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In V9, you can install CommNet on top of your commserve and look at the following report or even schedule an alert.

Data Protection Consecutive Job Failure Report
This report illustrates the consistency of backups. When it is generated, the number of consecutive job failures that has occurred at a specific duration, day, week(s), month(s) or year(s) is displayed in tabular form. The report can be client- or storage policy-based, i.e., the report information will be displayed based on the specific CommCell(s), client(s) or storage policies selected as variable(s) in the report filter.
You should use this report to verify the reliability of your backups. If backups on a specific client, CommCell or storage policy are failing for n number of consecutive days, you may want an alert to be escalated with a high priority. If more than n backups fail, a higher priority alert could be sent, and so on.


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This would be very useful for me as well. Different reasons, but there should be a way to report all clients that have not had a successful backup in x days.



Andy




On May 23, 2011, at 8:12 PM, "Marilyn Schultz" <Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com ([email]Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com[/email])> wrote:


Currently using CV V8... I'm trying to find a way to report on jobs that are scheduled individually vs. using a schedule policy. Most of our scheduling is done via policy, but we also have several large backups that require unique schedules. It made more sense to us to just schedule them individually than to have a schedule policy with just one object in it. If I run a job schedule report I can see everything that is scheduled, but I can't tell if it is in a policy or not.

What I am trying to do is create an easy way to run backups that are missed during an extended outage due to quarterly maintenance in the Data Center. Since we include day/time of the full backup in our schedule policy names, it is easy to see which policies would have run full backups during a particular timeframe. We then just manually start those schedules after the systems are available. Unfortunately we miss any jobs that were scheduled individually.

Any suggestions?
- Marilyn








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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> Is Commnet now licensed with Commvault (Simapana)  in v9?

Parag Gokhale wrote:  
In V9, you can install CommNet on top of your commserve and look at the following report or even schedule an alert.
 
Data Protection Consecutive Job Failure Report
This report illustrates the consistency of backups. When it is generated, the number of consecutive job failures that has occurred at a specific duration, day, week(s), month(s) or year(s) is displayed in tabular form. The report can be client- or storage policy-based, i.e., the report information will be displayed based on the specific CommCell(s), client(s) or storage policies selected as variable(s) in the report filter.
You should use this report to verify the reliability of your backups. If backups on a specific client, CommCell or storage policy are failing for n number of consecutive days, you may want an alert to be escalated with a high priority. If more than n backups fail, a higher priority alert could be sent, and so on.
 
 
From: commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email]) [mailto:commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email])] On Behalf Of Andrew Edwards
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Subject: Re: [commvault] Schedules vs. Schedule Policies


 
 
This would be very useful for me as well. Different reasons, but there should be a way to report all clients that have not had a successful backup in x days.

 

Andy




On May 23, 2011, at 8:12 PM, "Marilyn Schultz" <Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com ([email]Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com[/email])> wrote:

 
Currently using CV V8... I'm trying to find a way to report on jobs that are scheduled individually vs. using a schedule policy. Most of our scheduling is done via policy, but we also have several large backups that require unique schedules. It made more sense to us to just schedule them individually than to have a schedule policy with just one object in it. If I run a job schedule report I can see everything that is scheduled, but I can't tell if it is in a policy or not.

What I am trying to do is create an easy way to run backups that are missed during an extended outage due to quarterly maintenance in the Data Center. Since we include day/time of the full backup in our schedule policy names, it is easy to see which policies would have run full backups during a particular timeframe. We then just manually start those schedules after the systems are available. Unfortunately we miss any jobs that were scheduled individually.

Any suggestions?
- Marilyn










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Yes, it is part of same license key.  Not sure about pricing, check with your sales person.  But some basic reports may be included.

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Is Commnet now licensed with Commvault (Simapana) in v9?

Parag Gokhale wrote:

In V9, you can install CommNet on top of your commserve and look at the following report or even schedule an alert.

Data Protection Consecutive Job Failure Report
This report illustrates the consistency of backups. When it is generated, the number of consecutive job failures that has occurred at a specific duration, day, week(s), month(s) or year(s) is displayed in tabular form. The report can be client- or storage policy-based, i.e., the report information will be displayed based on the specific CommCell(s), client(s) or storage policies selected as variable(s) in the report filter.
You should use this report to verify the reliability of your backups. If backups on a specific client, CommCell or storage policy are failing for n number of consecutive days, you may want an alert to be escalated with a high priority. If more than n backups fail, a higher priority alert could be sent, and so on.


From: commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email]) [mailto:commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email])] On Behalf Of Andrew Edwards
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Subject: Re: [commvault] Schedules vs. Schedule Policies




This would be very useful for me as well. Different reasons, but there should be a way to report all clients that have not had a successful backup in x days.



Andy





On May 23, 2011, at 8:12 PM, "Marilyn Schultz" <Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com ([email]Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com[/email])> wrote:


Currently using CV V8... I'm trying to find a way to report on jobs that are scheduled individually vs. using a schedule policy. Most of our scheduling is done via policy, but we also have several large backups that require unique schedules. It made more sense to us to just schedule them individually than to have a schedule policy with just one object in it. If I run a job schedule report I can see everything that is scheduled, but I can't tell if it is in a policy or not.

What I am trying to do is create an easy way to run backups that are missed during an extended outage due to quarterly maintenance in the Data Center. Since we include day/time of the full backup in our schedule policy names, it is easy to see which policies would have run full backups during a particular timeframe. We then just manually start those schedules after the systems are available. Unfortunately we miss any jobs that were scheduled individually.

Any suggestions?
- Marilyn














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George,

Have you tried the Job Summary report with the following option selected which is supposed to give you the list of all sub-clients that do not have any job run for the selected time period.




Also, in the job schedule report itself, there is a column Schedule Policy Name which will have a value of “N/A” if the schedule is not part of any Schedule Policy.

Hope this helps.

Thanks,
Bheemesh.

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Yes, it is part of same license key. Not sure about pricing, check with your sales person. But some basic reports may be included.

From: commvault < at > yahoogroups.com [mailto:commvault < at > yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of George Haddad
Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 9:48 AM
To: commvault < at > yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [commvault] Schedules vs. Schedule Policies




Is Commnet now licensed with Commvault (Simapana) in v9?

Parag Gokhale wrote:

In V9, you can install CommNet on top of your commserve and look at the following report or even schedule an alert.

Data Protection Consecutive Job Failure Report
This report illustrates the consistency of backups. When it is generated, the number of consecutive job failures that has occurred at a specific duration, day, week(s), month(s) or year(s) is displayed in tabular form. The report can be client- or storage policy-based, i.e., the report information will be displayed based on the specific CommCell(s), client(s) or storage policies selected as variable(s) in the report filter.
You should use this report to verify the reliability of your backups. If backups on a specific client, CommCell or storage policy are failing for n number of consecutive days, you may want an alert to be escalated with a high priority. If more than n backups fail, a higher priority alert could be sent, and so on.


From: commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email]) [mailto:commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email])] On Behalf Of Andrew Edwards
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2011 8:26 PM
To: commvault < at > yahoogroups.com ([email]commvault < at > yahoogroups.com[/email])
Subject: Re: [commvault] Schedules vs. Schedule Policies




This would be very useful for me as well. Different reasons, but there should be a way to report all clients that have not had a successful backup in x days.



Andy






On May 23, 2011, at 8:12 PM, "Marilyn Schultz" <Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com ([email]Marilyn.Schultz < at > mitchell.com[/email])> wrote:


Currently using CV V8... I'm trying to find a way to report on jobs that are scheduled individually vs. using a schedule policy. Most of our scheduling is done via policy, but we also have several large backups that require unique schedules. It made more sense to us to just schedule them individually than to have a schedule policy with just one object in it. If I run a job schedule report I can see everything that is scheduled, but I can't tell if it is in a policy or not.

What I am trying to do is create an easy way to run backups that are missed during an extended outage due to quarterly maintenance in the Data Center. Since we include day/time of the full backup in our schedule policy names, it is easy to see which policies would have run full backups during a particular timeframe. We then just manually start those schedules after the systems are available. Unfortunately we miss any jobs that were scheduled individually.

Any suggestions?
- Marilyn


















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