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Opscentre analytic s users restricted monitoring

Hi 

we use Opscentre analytics and I want to be able to create user accounts thats have restrictions on the account where they can view and monitor the progress of a running backup, but also see the details tab of the running job so they can diagnose host level failures.

 

Is there a way of doing this??

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Hi, Even NBAC (NetBackup

Hi,

Even NBAC (NetBackup Access Control) cannot limit access at that level. You either have access to an area (policies, activity monitor, devices, etc), or you don't.

 

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Re: Opscentre analytic s users restricted monitoring

There is no job details tab in OpsCenter, that info is only available from the NBU Console. 

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Re: Opscentre analytic s users restricted monitoring

Thanks for the reply. So is there a way to do this via the java admin console? 

The problem is we have a 3rd party company who are attached to us for a few months and they need access to the exchange backup jobs details so that if and when the job fails they can see where it failed and fix any issue that might arise from an exchange DB point of view.

We need to restrict there access to only that specific policy and job details

 

is there any way of doing this??

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Hi, Even NBAC (NetBackup

Hi,

Even NBAC (NetBackup Access Control) cannot limit access at that level. You either have access to an area (policies, activity monitor, devices, etc), or you don't.

 

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Re: Opscentre analytic s users restricted monitoring

Easiest thing to do would be to give them basic access to the Java GUI. You would be oversharing a bit a though, because as Riaan said - its not that granular. 

If you really must share only OpsCenter and job details.... here's what I would do (this is going to be a little out there):  

1) Set up a simple webserver (apache or whatever) 

2) Set up a scheduled job from your master to your webserver copying trylog files from /usr/openv/netbackup/db/jobs/trylogs/ (and maybe put some html around it)

3) Create a report in OpsCenter showing job info, and make one of the columns generate links to your webserver like

 Select domain_jobArchive.id, domain_jobArchive.clientName, 'http://server.local/trylogs/' || domain_jobArchive.id || '.html'
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