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    Hi ,

    Can anybody post the sample TSM health check report ? It may be like what are all to check like, TSM DB, TSM Log ...etc..

    Thanks.

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    you can use TSMOperational Reporting f.e.! There you can see how the HealthCheck is createdt (SQL select statements).

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    We use this :

    tsm: TSMGVA2>q script tsmcheck f=d

    Name: TSMCHECK
    Line Number: Description
    Command: show important thresholds
    Last Update by (administrator): B11645
    Last Update Date/Time: 05/25/07 12:13:12

    Name: TSMCHECK
    Line Number: 1
    Command: q db
    Last Update by (administrator): B11645
    Last Update Date/Time: 05/25/07 12:13:12

    Name: TSMCHECK
    Line Number: 5
    Command: q log
    Last Update by (administrator): B11645
    Last Update Date/Time: 05/25/07 12:13:12

    Name: TSMCHECK
    Line Number: 10
    Command: q stgp
    Last Update by (administrator): B11645
    Last Update Date/Time: 05/25/07 12:13:12

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    i think tsmondemand will get more information, like

    volumes (readwrite/offsite/readonly/unavailable)
    drive/library/path status (online/offline)
    db/log status (available/mirror status)
    schedule status/admin schedule status
    and so on ...

    for this i prefer at first the tsmop and then take a look on the sql statements which where used for checking tsm - copy and paste to create your own script

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    Yes, we use also TSMmanager (www.tsmmanager.com) reporting, it sends by the reports for our 30 TSM servers, which includes :

    - DB usage
    - Cache hit rate
    - Log usage
    - Offline DB volumes
    - Offline log volumes
    - failed administrative schedules
    - failed client schedules
    - failed NAS backups
    - summary of number of failed files
    - filespaces not backed up
    - nodes with no contact
    - failed processes
    - storage pools maxscratch usage high
    - library scratch volume count low
    - disk pool usage high
    - unavailable ovlumes
    - volumes utilisation low
    - volume read error count high
    - volume write error count high
    - drives not online
    - path not online
    - servers/storage agents not active
    - client activity
    - NAS activity
    - TDP activity
    - Storage pool status
    - Severe messages
    - Warning messages
    - error messages

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