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NetWorker 19.1 - message three days period

Hello,

I have NetWorker 19.1 and default settings for messages in monitoring are three days period.

Please let's me know if I will change this setting for more days?

For examples 7 days messages for one job.

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Sebastian

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The information that you are seeing in the monitoring tab of the NMC is from the jobsdb. You can change it from the nsradmin for the nsr resource, update the parameter for "Jobsdb retention in hours", the default value is 72 (hours). Or you can change this on the NMC as well Go to ther server tab -> right click server name -> select properties -> undr configuration tab change "Jobsdb retention in hours"

HTH,
For NetWorker related content - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4JLsVyXMyjbQ4i1NaJj5IQ

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The information that you are seeing in the monitoring tab of the NMC is from the jobsdb. You can change it from the nsradmin for the nsr resource, update the parameter for "Jobsdb retention in hours", the default value is 72 (hours). Or you can change this on the NMC as well Go to ther server tab -> right click server name -> select properties -> undr configuration tab change "Jobsdb retention in hours"

HTH,
For NetWorker related content - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4JLsVyXMyjbQ4i1NaJj5IQ

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Just to get this right before one is going the wrong path - it is the "NetWorker Administration GUI", not the NW NMC (NetWorker Management Console) GUI.

You may find this 'picky' but I think it is easier to find if you name the window by the name which is actually used as window title as well. Unfortunately, since several years, (Dell)EMC has been following the wrong track even in the NW literature. An experienced NW admin of course can deal with the inconsistency but for a newbie it is important to find the correct item right easily.

 

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