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boje
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Registered: ‎10-30-2007
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DP Backup schedule overview?

Hi!

I do not know if this is the right forum for this question. But my question is if there is some way to get a graphic overview of the backup schedule with information of which device the backup is running. Today we have a excel sheet with the backup schedule of the 4 drives in our ESL9000, To see which time on the day is free to schedule a new backup. But I want to know if there is any software to get a new updated backup schedule?

BR Patrik
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Hasan  Atasoy
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Re: DP Backup schedule overview?

hi boje;

reporting -> sessions in time frame -> deice flow report.


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OldSchool
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Re: DP Backup schedule overview?

try:

omnirpt -report device_flow -timeframe 24 24 -html > somefile.html

should show all devices and when used in the past 24 hours in html graph
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boje
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Re: DP Backup schedule overview?

Hi!

Thx, i have tried both ways. But it does not satisfy me. I do not see the name och the backup that is running, and the time is not so specific.

Br Patrik
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OldSchool
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Re: DP Backup schedule overview?

I'm not sure what you're asking for exactly...

you can run something like:

omnirpt -report session_flow -timeframe 168 168 -html > somefile.html

omirpt -report device_flow -timeframe 168 168 -html >> somefile.html

will concatenate the session and device flows for the last week's worth of backups in "graphical" format... there isn't any report I'm aware of that shows both "what backups run when" and "what devices are used when", but it's simple enough to correlate the previous two reports.

you can also fiddle with the "timeframe" option to set the "coverage" period
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