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How to query actlog by schedule name?

Hsing1

ADSM.ORG Member
#1
The daily report has schedule fail. I query the log by specifying schedule name, but it shows no match found.
How to query the log by schedule name?

My query command:

tsm: TSM_SERVER1>q actlog beginDate=today-3 orig=CLIENT schedname=ADM_COPY_HAKKATVBAK
ANR2034E QUERY ACTLOG: No match found using this criteria.
ANS8001I Return code 11.

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scr1pt

Active Newcomer
#2
via q events:
q eve ADM_COPY_HAKKATVBAK begind=-3 t=a f=d

or via actlog:
q act begind=-3 se=ADM_COPY_HAKKATVBAK

Perhaps q act begind=-3 se=ANR2750I

then another one: q act begind=-3 se='Session <number>' <-- take the session you see in the ANR2750I search.

I don't think you can use schedname= for admin schedules, use the search parameter instead.
 

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