Re: [Networker] How to query for whether a volume is mounted?

2008-05-06 13:33:55
Subject: Re: [Networker] How to query for whether a volume is mounted?
From: MIchael Leone <Michael.Leone AT PHA.PHILA DOT GOV>
Date: Tue, 6 May 2008 13:30:32 -0400
EMC NetWorker discussion <NETWORKER AT LISTSERV.TEMPLE DOT EDU> wrote on 
05/06/2008 01:20:30 PM:

> MIchael Leone wrote:
> > I have a script that deleted cloned savesets, and frees up disk space, 
> > adv_file devices (I only have enough disk space for one days's backup, 
> > every day, we run scripts to delete data off the adv-file disk device, 

> > that has been cloned to tape [i.e., copies=2]). Problem is, some of my 

> > clients are virtual servers, on a cluster (Win2003). 
> > 
> > So sometimes the disk device is mounted on NODE1, and the volume is 
> > NWSERVER.001.RO, and sometimes the disk device is mounted on NODE2, 
and so 
> > the volume is NWSERVER.002.RO, depending on which node is hosting the 
> > virtual server. And only 1 volume is mounted at a time, of course.
> > 
> > So I'd like to query NW, and ask which one of those 2 volumes are 
> > and issue a "nsrstage -v -C -V %tapevol%" accordingly.
> > 
> > Thoughts? I can't seem to figure out how to do this. this isn't a 
> > query, but I don't know what type of query it is.
> > 
> > Thanks
> > 
> > 
> What about just running the nsrmm command (no params) and parsing the 
> output of that?

AH HA! That looks promising; thanks! I should be able to do something with 
that ...

Michael Leone
Network Administrator, ISM
Philadelphia Housing Authority
2500 Jackson St
Philadelphia, PA 19145
Tel:  215-684-4180
Cell: 215-252-0143
<mailto:michael.leone AT pha.phila DOT gov>

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