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bppllist Command

H_Sharma
Level 6

Hello Experts,

I would like to have fetch only the client list (Configured in policy) in bppllist command or if possible in other command.

Thanks,

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Marianne
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Try this : bpplclients (policy_name) -U

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RiaanBadenhorst
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Hi,

 

Use bpplclients.

 

USAGE: bpplclients policy_name [-expand_groups] | {-allunique [-pt policy_type]}
           [-L|-l|-U|-noheader]
           [-M master_server,...] [-v]

       bpplclients policy_name [-M master_server,...] [-v] [-generation generation] [-reason "<reason>"]
           {-add host_name hardware os [priority]}
           {-delete host_name...} |
           {-modify host_name [-hardware hardware] [-os os]
            [-priority priority]} |
           {-rename old_host_name new_host_name [-hardware hardware]
            [-os os] [-priority priority]}

       bpplclients policy_name [-M master_server,...] [-v] [-generation generation] [-reason "<reason>"]
           {-add_instance instance_name host_name} |
           {-delete_instance instance_name host_name}

       bpplclients policy_name [-M master_server,...] [-v] [-generation generation] [-reason "<reason>"]
           {-add_instance_database instance_name database_name host_name} |
           {-delete_instance_database instance_name database_name host_name}

       bpplclients policy_name [-M master_server,...] [-v] [-generation generation] [-reason "<reason>"]
           {-add_instance_group instance_group_name} |
           {-delete_instance_group instance_group_name}

       Valid values for policy_type:
           Standard,  Oracle,  Informix-On-BAR,  Sybase,  
           MS-SharePoint,  MS-Windows,  MS-SQL-Server,  
           MS-Exchange-Server,  SAP,  DB2,  NDMP,  FlashBackup,  
           DataStore,  Lotus-Notes,  FlashBackup-Windows,  
           Vault,  NBU-Catalog,  Generic,  PureDisk-Export,  
           Enterprise-Vault,  VMware,  Hyper-V  

Marianne
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bpplclients -allunique -U

H_Sharma
Level 6

Hello Riaan,

Could you please tell me the syntax for a single policy? I would be requiring host name for a specific policy.

Marianne
Level 6
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Try this : bpplclients (policy_name) -U

H_Sharma
Level 6

Hi Marianne,

Thanks very much :)

does it contain the deactivated policies host as well?

RiaanBadenhorst
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The command shows you which clients are listed in a policy. It doesn't care if its acvite or not, it reports the policy clients.

Marianne
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Deactivated policies or deactivated clients? Two totally different concepts that need different commands. bppllist and bpplclients reports from policy database. bpclient reports from client db on the master (Host Properties -> Master -> Client Attributes ) where individual clients can be deactivated. Maybe best if you can tell us what exactly you are looking for. The requirement seems to change with each new post.

Tape_Archived
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If you are looking to find clients form the active policies

1. Use bppllist to list out the all the policies, forward it to some tmp file. bppllist > tmp.txt

2. Remove the inactive policies from the tmp.txt

3. Use for loop to find the clients from each policy

UNIX- for policy_name in `cat tmp.txt`; do echo $policy_name; bpplclients $policy_name -U ; done

POWERSHELL - foreach ($policy_name in Get-Content tmp.txt)

                          {echo $policy_name

                           bpplclients $policy_name -U}