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Helpdesk_User Honored Contributor.
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report for checking if replication is running correctly between storeonce

I'm trying to double check if all of my backups are sucesfully replicating from 1 storeonce to another. 

I've found the object copies report, and set it to show my anything with less than 2 copies, which appears to work but some of the items its listed when i check the session id i can see it was a replication job, which i've had to abort due to data protector issues etc.

Any idea if i can get this repot, but not show any aborted replication jobs as its hard to sieve tehese replication jobs out.

If it helps i'm running DP 9.07


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Re: report for checking if replication is running correctly between storeonce

Hello @Helpdesk_User

I test it and only shows me the copies that end properly. The session you aborted, some of the objects are completed? These will be taken in the count. But not if the object is in a failed status. 

If so, upgrade at least to 9.09 and check if the error persists. I have tested in 9.09 and 10.20 and worked for me. 


Andres Fallas Salazar
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