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OpsCenter Reporting and expiration date

ekesa
Level 3

Hi all,

 

I love opscenter and have managed to create several "nice to have" reports but i have a problem...

Do anyone know if i can get a report that show me expiration date of a full backup?

 

I have managed to get all info i need with a batch file wich give me this:

Backed Up (date)        Expires (date)       Files    KB   Sched Type   Policy

 

I user bpimagelist -U -d and specify policy, dates, clients and some other stuff.

 

Thanks in advance!

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MilesVScott
Level 6
Certified

This shouldnt be too hard. Create a "Custom Report" Select the "Tabular" report view.

 

On the Select Parameters tab, under "Filters" Select the Schedule option and filter for only Schedule/Level Types of "Full"

 

In "Modify Display Options" choose:

Job Start Time

Image Expiration Time

Job File Count

Job Size(if you want this in KB change it above in the Dispaly unit area)

Schedule/Level Type

Policy Name

 

Add all of these to the selected columns, and that should be what you are looking for.

 

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MilesVScott
Level 6
Certified

This shouldnt be too hard. Create a "Custom Report" Select the "Tabular" report view.

 

On the Select Parameters tab, under "Filters" Select the Schedule option and filter for only Schedule/Level Types of "Full"

 

In "Modify Display Options" choose:

Job Start Time

Image Expiration Time

Job File Count

Job Size(if you want this in KB change it above in the Dispaly unit area)

Schedule/Level Type

Policy Name

 

Add all of these to the selected columns, and that should be what you are looking for.

 

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MilesVScott
Level 6
Certified

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