NetWorker 9.0.0.6 mminfo field clflags empty

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Hi community!

I noticed that the clflags field returns empty values when running a mminfo query in NetWorker 9. See mminfo example below. From the documentation I read that this field should contain clone flags. Can anyone confirm this problem?

C:\Users\Administrator>mminfo -r"ssid,copies,pool,clflags"

ssid      copies pool          clflg

4198338044      2 Default

3980234370      1 Default

4181560836      2 Default

3862793871      1 Default

4114452048      2 Default

4097674833      2 Default

...

4097674833      2 Default Clone

4080897622      2 Default Clone

4064120407      2 Default Clone

4047343192      2 Default Clone

...


Best wishes

Stefan

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bingo.1
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Re: NetWorker 9.0.0.6 mminfo field clflags empty

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If you clone to a disk media, I suspect that you rarely will see a save set with such attributes. The reason is that 'faulty' save sets will automatically be deleted.

If you really want to know whether a save set has successfully been cloned you better check and/or the 'validcopies' attribute:

  mminfo -r "ssid,validcopies,pool"

or to verify all save sets with only one copy

  mminfo -q "....,validcopies<2" -r "..."



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ble1
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Re: NetWorker 9.0.0.6 mminfo field clflags empty

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Same as in NW8.  clflags column you will rarely see populated unless one of "aisE" applies to ssid.

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gautamgp
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Re: NetWorker 9.0.0.6 mminfo field clflags empty

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clflags  The clone flags summary, one or more characters

             from the set aisE for aborted, incomplete,

               suspect (read error), eligible for recycling,

                 respectively. This summary reflects the status

                   an instance of a save set.

bingo.1
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Re: NetWorker 9.0.0.6 mminfo field clflags empty

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If you clone to a disk media, I suspect that you rarely will see a save set with such attributes. The reason is that 'faulty' save sets will automatically be deleted.

If you really want to know whether a save set has successfully been cloned you better check and/or the 'validcopies' attribute:

  mminfo -r "ssid,validcopies,pool"

or to verify all save sets with only one copy

  mminfo -q "....,validcopies<2" -r "..."



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Re: NetWorker 9.0.0.6 mminfo field clflags empty

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Thanks to all of you answering my question. Now as I read your posts it becomes clear. My first thought was that the clflags field has to be populated always. But you are right it is filled only in some cases.

So thanks again for all the quick answers

Have a nice day

Stefan

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