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NAS full backup

yelkaykay

Active Newcomer
#1
Hello,

I have a NAS node which has many filespaces.


How to check the only the data about the below thru select query ?

Last Full NAS Image Backup Completion Date/Time:
Days Since Last Full NAS Image Backup Completed:

As the same way how to ensure the daily backup for NAS node completed?

Thanks in Advance!!
yelkaykay
 

yelkaykay

Active Newcomer
#3
I need to fetch using select query from tsm server end.
select cast(NODE_NAME as varchar(30)) as NDE_name,cast(FILESPACE_NAME as varchar(30)) as FS_NAME,cast (BACKUP_START as varchar(20)) as B_start,cast (BACKUP_END as varchar(20)) as B_END from filespaces where NODE_NAME like 'NAS001' order by 4

The above command giving output for the file spaces start and end time. How to fetch only FULL backup.

Kindly help
 

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