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How to display saveset Cycles via a command

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Hi

how do you display the client index saveset cycles data from the command line?

I can display it in the NMC via Indexes >>>> client name >>> Index save sets where it display

Client   Bart

Save set       Size     Cycles

/                289 MB     5

but I want to be able to see this info via a command

Regards

geof

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Re: How to display saveset Cycles via a command

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Hello,

Try that:

nsrim -nv -c <client-name>

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Re: How to display saveset Cycles via a command

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Hello,

Try that:

nsrim -nv -c <client-name>

Regards

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Re: How to display saveset Cycles via a command

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Hello jethrosun

A command that may help to produce the output you requested could be the use of mminfo similar to the example below. In this example the clientname is "fiaeye":

mminfo -q client=fiaeye -r client,ssid,savetime,name,copies,validcopies

The output for the client "fiaeye" is shown below:

client    ssid        date        name                     copies validcopies

fiaeye     4195015406  6/5/2010 bootstrap                     2          2
fiaeye     4228569825  6/5/2010 C:\Program Files\NetMeeting   2          2
fiaeye     4211792619  6/5/2010 index:fiaeye                  2          2
fiaeye     4195015406  6/5/2010 bootstrap                     2          2
fiaeye     4228569825  6/5/2010 C:\Program Files\NetMeeting   2          2
fiaeye     4211792619  6/5/2010 index:fiaeye                  2          2

While there is no "cycles"  attribute, I have used the "copies" and "validcopies" attributes to display the same info.

For a detailed description of the mminfo command, its usage and syntax, you may review page 125 of the Command Reference Guide found here>

http://powerlink.emc.com/km/live1/en_US/Offering_Technical/Technical_Documentation/300-009-449.pdf

Please let me know if this helps.

Thanks

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Re: How to display saveset Cycles via a command

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Thankyou, that worked fine

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Re: How to display saveset Cycles via a command

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Hi jstamp

thanks for this suggestion; I'll try it out

Rgds

jethrosun

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