I have an issue regarding SLP
There was a storage unit that was full hence i changed the storage unit in SLP and updated the SLP version as well
However there were some duplicatin which were active and kinda hung
I tried cancelling it from activity monitor but no luck after that I tried cancelling the SLP
nbstlutil cancel -lifecycle lifecycle name
is there a way i can check what were the images which were not duplicated?
I need help urgently as I am not sure whether tht's the correct procedure or not
command you used "nbstlutil cancel -lifecycle lifecycle name" would cancel all active image processing, instead you could have used "nbstlutil cancel -backupid <backupid>" to cancel hung duplications.
You can always, list IN_PROCESS images and cancel the only ones which are required. Here is the list of various SLP related commands. Keep it handy when dealing with SLP.
https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000109501 --- SLP Cheat Sheet.
Hope it helps.
If you can generate a list of image-id's from the cancelled jobs, you can add them all to a text file.
Use the text file with -Bidfile option to manually duplicate these images.
bpduplicate -dstunit <dest_stunit_label> -dp <dest_volume_pool> -Bidfile <file_name> -rl <retention_level>
Customize options to match SLP duplication.