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how do i find the child processes of a backup policy?

NBU 7.6.0.3

Windows Server 2008 R2 sp1

 

in the NBU activity monitor, you will see a backup policy starting and spawning several child processes. that is fine if there are only a single policy running. but if there are multiple instances of the same policy running and you want to cancel those child processes related to the failed parent process, how do i find out which?

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Re: how do i find the child processes of a backup policy?

Even in 7.6, there is a column wayyyyy to the right labelled "Parent Job ID" - you should be able to filter for it and only show the children of that job.

 

You may have to rightclick and use "Column Layout" to show that column, if someone has hidden it...

 

NetBackup 8.3.0.1 on Solaris 11, writing to Data Domain 9800 6.2.1.0
duplicating via SLP to LTO5 in SL8500 via ACSLS

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This may

This may help: https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/pid

Activity Monitor will show

Activity Monitor will show bpbkar and associated PIDs.

Hello, starting from NBU

Hello,

 

starting from NBU 7.6.1, you can see these dependencies in Activity Monitor. There is a "View Job Hierarchy" menu option/right-click mouse.

 

Rgds

Michal

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Re: how do i find the child processes of a backup policy?

Even in 7.6, there is a column wayyyyy to the right labelled "Parent Job ID" - you should be able to filter for it and only show the children of that job.

 

You may have to rightclick and use "Column Layout" to show that column, if someone has hidden it...

 

NetBackup 8.3.0.1 on Solaris 11, writing to Data Domain 9800 6.2.1.0
duplicating via SLP to LTO5 in SL8500 via ACSLS

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i have NBU 7.6.0.3 but i

i have NBU 7.6.0.3 but i don't see that anywhere in activity monitor.
 

yes it's waaaaayyy out there.

yes it's waaaaayyy out there. found it and managed to filter same parent ID process.

 

thanks.