is it possible to pull out old policies information(Policy type, storage unit(what i need)) just to make comparison between the current configuration with the old configuration?
i tried using the policy comparison function on the opscenter b...
Hi, I am planing to upgrade Netbackup Ops center from 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52. I have a doubt with AT.
I don't have LDAP or AD authentication is my environment, Do I still need to export the authentication settings using atutil before the upgrade and imp...
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 diagnos...
We have been in the process of integrating NetBackup backup failure alerts with HP OML for auto-creation of the Incident tickets and get it auto-assigned to our operations ticketing queue.
We have got some success in this integratio...
is there report template on Opscenter that can give us report one growth of data that have been backed up by certain client?
if there are no template, can any opscenter expert out there assist me on creating the query?
Any help will b...
i have this file server(terabytes of data) backed up with accelerator turned on.
i want to calculate the data growth, but not possible to get the exact size of data backed up since the accelerator is enabled.
the report will produce an o...
We have OpsCenter 184.108.40.206 hosted on win 2008 R2 Enterprise.
When I try to export report to CSV format only the first page is getting exported and not all.
Is this known issue or is there a solution for this.
So I got this 5 pictures.Basicaly I want to create a report with no time bassis on retention level.
I want it to show me Client Name, Policy name, Job protected size, Retention Level, Retention Period of the jobs only wiht a retention of >45 ...
I am currently running Opscenter 220.127.116.11 under windows 2003 sp2 standard edition, wich if course it´s 32 bits, and now facing the migration to 7.6, I am rebuilding some servers, and this one is among them.
As far as I understand, the corre...
We have a few entries in OpsCenter "All Jobs" where the State is "deleted" or "unknown". They cannot be found in the NetBackup Master so they must stored somewhere in OpsCenter database. They are quite old & no longer needed. How to remove these e...
I have opened a new thread since the other one is closed.
I was asked by management to do the following:
A report for each customer in Netbackup, to reveal the amount of data within <=45 days for each customer.
So for this one, i`m guessing i...
can anyone help me on creating a query to get the list of clients that have been deleted from netbackup for the past 3 months?
I want only clients that have been deleted means no longer in the NBU client list not client that have been rem...
Here's just a quick question; where do I configure my web GUI in OpsCenter, so it doesn't auto logoff when no "mouse clicks" has been detected?
I thought it was done in <DEFAULT_INSTALL_PATH>\OpsCenter\gui\config\web.xml under
I need to show report displaying a clients backups that were successful on 5/22/15 – 5/23/15 is there someone who can display a query on that? It could be used by opscenter or not.
For example all the successful backups that starts with ...
Please suggest if any file/folder or .exe needs to exclude from antivirus scanning running on opscenter server (server1) and opscenter agent server (master server).
Netbackup and opscenter version - 18.104.22.168
platform - windows 2012
I do not know if I am missing something, but I could not find the type of report I need.
I am using OpsCenter 22.214.171.124 running on Windows Server 2012R2.
I need a report that will give me a list and count of the clients for a specific Maste...
Ops centre has a canned report for failed backups but thats not quite what I need: I need one that tells me a backup that ran and failed and didnt complete successfully at all over a period, ie the client wasnt backed up: thats primarily what we are ...