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    I use the below command to see the missed, failed and completed backup status of 5 days for each node

    q ev * * begindate=-5 endd=-0

    the command displays the list of failed, missed and completed backup status "Order by Date", I want formate that display the status nodes Order by Node name ?

    something like:

    node1 (display below 5 days status)

    date and time.................. failed
    date and time................. completed
    date and time................. failed
    ....
    ....

    node2 (display below 5 days status)

    date and time.................. failed
    date and time................. missed
    date and time................. completed
    ....
    ....



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    Last edited by tsmlover; 08-27-2011 at 12:07 AM.

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    You would need a script to do this. I don't have one right now.
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