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How to get all session detail information in one CLI command of HPDP 6.0

How to get all session detail information by using single CLI command of HPDP 6.0?

We can use -

omnidb -session -detail -since 07/02/01 -until 07/02/05 -server 172.16.1.52

SessionID : 2007/01/22-1
Backup Specification: Sid-1-backup
Session type : Backup (full)
Started : Monday, January 22, 2007, 11:03:33 AM
Finished : Monday, January 22, 2007, 11:03:49 AM
Status : Completed
Number of warnings : 0
Number of errors : 0
User : SID
Group : SIDDHARTHA
Host : siddhartha

SessionID : 2007/01/22-2
Backup Specification: Sid-1-backup
Session type : Backup (incr)
Started : Monday, January 22, 2007, 11:07:09 AM
Finished : Monday, January 22, 2007, 11:07:24 AM
Status : Completed
Number of warnings : 0
Number of errors : 0
User : SID
Group : SIDDHARTHA
Host : siddhartha



But it doesn't cover all the details of the session.

We can use more information of a session by using :

omnidb -session 2007/02/01-4 -detail -server 172.16.1.52

Object name : siddhartha:/C 'C:'
Object type : WinFS
Object status : Completed
Started : Thursday, February 01, 2007, 12:00:27 PM
Finished : Thursday, February 01, 2007, 12:00:34 PM
Object size : 136 [KB]
Backup type : Incremental1
Protection : Protected permanently
Catalog retention : Same as data protection.
Access : Private
Number of warnings : 0
Number of errors : 0
Device name : Sid-Device_Writer0
Backup ID : n/a
Copy ID : 50 (Orig)



omnidb -session 2007/02/01-4 -media -detail -server 172.16.1.52

MediumID : 6401a8c0:45c19e12:147c:0003
Medium Label : Sid-media-pool_2
Location : [Sid-Device: C:\backup\6401a8c0545c19e125147c50001.fd]

Used blocks [KB] : 1920
Total blocks [KB] : 36852736
Number of writes : 4
Number of overwrites : 0
Number of errors : 0
Creation time : Thursday, February 01, 2007, 12:00:18 AM

Time of last write : Thursday, February 01, 2007, 12:00:34 PM

Time of last overwrite : -
Time of last access : Thursday, February 01, 2007, 12:00:34 PM


My Question is "How to get all session detail information by using single CLI command of HPDP 6.0"?

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Re: How to get all session detail information in one CLI command of HPDP 6.0

Write a script?

Typical range will be:
omnidb -rpt -detail
omnidb -session -detail
omnidb -session -report
omnidb -session -media -detail
omnirpt -report single_session -session
omnirpt -report session_objects -session
omnirpt -report session_devices -session
omnirpt -report session_media -session

Run what you need, pull what you want.

Thanks,
Scott
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Re: How to get all session detail information in one CLI command of HPDP 6.0

And also omnirpt -report session_hosts -session
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Re: How to get all session detail information in one CLI command of HPDP 6.0

Hello everyone.


I've the same troubles but with HPDP 9.0.
Can you help me, what commands can I use to collect fully detailed information about all session (for required period)?

Thanks, Yuriy.

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