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what is the expiration date of the following "duplication" ?

14:02:30 INF - Duplicating policy RMAN schedule Default-Application-Backup backup id oem-server_1424952866 copy 1 created on 02/26/2015 08:14:26 on source media id FUL147

14:02:33 INF - Beginning duplication on server NB-media of client oem-server, creating copy 2 on destination media id PDL556

14:02:33 INF - Waiting for positioning of media id FUL147 on server NB-master for reading.

14:02:33 INF - Beginning duplicate on server NB-master of client oem-server.

14:04:52 INF - Duplicate of backupid oem-server_1424952866 successful.

14:02:30 INF - Duplicating policy RMAN schedule Default-Application-Backup backup id oem-server_1424952866 copy 1 created on 02/26/2015 08:14:26 on source media id FUL147

14:02:33 INF - Beginning duplication on server NB-media of client oem-server, creating copy 2 on destination media id PDL556

14:02:33 INF - Waiting for positioning of media id FUL147 on server NB-master for reading.

14:02:33 INF - Beginning duplicate on server NB-master of client oem-server.

14:04:52 INF - Duplicate of backupid oem-server_1424952866 successful.

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NetBackup_Fan This is not

NetBackup_Fan

This is not something we can determine from this information. But there are a number of ways you can check. If the image was duplicated automatically using an SLP. The retention will be found in the SLP details. You can calculate the expiration from there

OR

you can use the reports in the admin console. View images on tape - from there you can sort by media ID or client name to review the images. Fliter or sort for the correct backup ID (oem-server_1424952866) and find the copy 2 image.

 

Hope this helps.

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NetBackup_Fan This is not

NetBackup_Fan

This is not something we can determine from this information. But there are a number of ways you can check. If the image was duplicated automatically using an SLP. The retention will be found in the SLP details. You can calculate the expiration from there

OR

you can use the reports in the admin console. View images on tape - from there you can sort by media ID or client name to review the images. Fliter or sort for the correct backup ID (oem-server_1424952866) and find the copy 2 image.

 

Hope this helps.

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Thank you GHamilton. I

Thank you GHamilton.

I followed your instructions and the expiration date is the correct.