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Storage Center OS Version 7 Command Utility Reference Guide

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replay show

Description

Shows Replay information. Output depends on the filter options specified in the command.

  • NOTE: A Replay is a Storage Center point-in-time copy that allows a site to restore data from a specific point in time. When planning Replay schedules and expiration settings, take care to balance restore requirements with the amount of resources consumed by unexpired Replays. Unexpired Replays can consume a disproportionate amount of Storage Center resources.

Format

replay show {options}

Options

–consistencygroup 
                                 string
                              

If a Replay was taken with a Consistency Group, shows the index of the group. If a Replay was not taken with a Consistency Group, output is null.

–csv 
                                 filename
                              

Specifies a csv file in which to save output.

–expire 
                                 string
                              

Specifies a Replay expiration date/time stamp by which to filter the display.

–freeze 
                                 string
                              

Specifies a Replay freeze date/time stamp by which to filter the display.

–h

Shows help for command options.

–index 
                                 string
                              

Specifies the Replay index by which to filter the display.

–name 
                                 string 
                              

Specifies the Replay name by which to filter the display. Names that contain spaces must be enclosed in single quotes.

–txt 
                                 filename
                              

Specifies a txt file in which to save output.

–volume 
                                 string
                              

Specifies a volume name by which to filter the display. Names that contain spaces must be enclosed in single quotes.

–volumeindex 
                                 integer
                              

Specifies a volume index by which to filter the display.

–xml 
                                 filename
                              

Specifies an xml file in which to save output.

Output

For each Replay, the following information is output to the console in table format.

Output Description
Volume Shows volume name.
VolumeIndex Shows index of the volume that created the Replay.
ConsistencyGroup Shows index of the group if Replay is part of a Consistency Group. Otherwise, this is blank.
Freeze Shows Rule by which the Replay was frozen.
Expire Shows Replay expiration time.
Index Shows index of the Replay.
Name Shows the Replay name.

Examples

Save Replay information to txt and an xml files:

replay show -txt txtfile.txt -xml xmlfile.xml

Save Replay information to a csv file:

replay show -csv csvfile.csv

Show Replays for a volume:

replay show -volume 'volume 1'

Show Replays that will expire on a certain date and time:

replay show -expire ’01/14/2012 11:59:59 pm’

Show Replays that were frozen on a certain date and time:

replay show -freeze ’01/14/2008 11:59:59 pm’

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