4 Replies Latest reply: Oct 16, 2013 11:00 PM by wim.van.der.heijden RSS

Trying to list schedules for all volumes enabled

ABARTHELMORT
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Hello all,

 

I'm trying to list the snapshot schedules for all volumes that have snapshots currently enabled.

 

I used a simple get-navol | get-nasnapshotschedule | export-csv -path c:\snapshots.csv to try and attempt this but have noticed it is dumping all volumes (as expected) but is not showing if scheduled snapshots are enabled or not.

 

I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas how I could get the schedule for only those volumes with scheduled snapshots enabled.

 

Thanks,

Adam

  • Re: Trying to list schedules for all volumes enabled
    JGPSHNTAP
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    I have a full dashboard that will do this, but I will get you started

     

    $snapsched = Get-NaSnapshotSchedule $volume -erroraction "silentlycontinue"
     

     
      if ($snapsched.weeks -eq 0 -and $snapsched.days -eq 0 -and $snapsched.hours -eq 0 -and $snapsched.minutes -eq 0) {
      $snapshotsched = "No"
      } else {
      $snapshotsched = "Yes"

      }

     

    Write-host $snapshotsched  - This will tell you if there is a snapshot schedule

     

    But

    • Re: Trying to list schedules for all volumes enabled
      JGPSHNTAP
      Currently Being Moderated

      The other thing is it's easy to remove stuff from the pipeline, so we can find the volumes easily that don't have a schedule associated

       

      get-navol |get-nasnapshotschedule |  ? {($_.days -eq 0) -and ($_.hours -eq 0) -and ($_.Weeks -eq 0)}

       

      But are all your vol options nosnap set to on or you just control it through the schedule.  I was trying to craft something via one pipeline, but i think the if/else will have to do the trick

    • Re: Trying to list schedules for all volumes enabled
      wim.van.der.heijden
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      Maybe this is something you want:

       

      if you change

      $snapsched = Get-NaSnapshotSchedule $volume -erroraction "silentlycontinue

       

      to
      $snapscheds = get-navol | Select-Object -Property @{n='targetname';e={$_.Name}} | Get-NaSnapshotSchedule

       

      followed with:

       

      foreach ($snapsched in $snapscheds) {

           if ($snapsched.weeks -eq 0 -and $snapsched.days -eq 0 -and $snapsched.hours -eq 0 -and $snapsched.minutes -eq 0) {
           $snapshotsched = "No"
           } else {
             $snapshotsched = "Yes"

           }

       

      Write-host $snapshotsched  - This will tell you if there is a snapshot schedule

      }

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