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 Re: Need help with copy job
Author: Dan 
Date:   13-04-15 09:52

Secondplayr wrote:

> Hey Dan,
>
> well yeah the thing is I don't get it why all copy jobs use one
> and the same JobsDef.
> We allways use one JobsDef per Job.

How much duplication is there between each JobDef?

The reason for JobDef, in my humble opinion, is to reduce repetition (i.e. the number of places in which a given parameter must be changed if you decide to alter your configuration).

> I must say that I don't use the SQL statement like in your
> example, I use PoolUncopiedJobs.
> I didn't came up with this, looks like the person how did this
> before me did.
>
> What I need are two copy jobs, one for Inc file storage" and
> one for full files.
> Has the level= parameter to match the actual level?
> Because to my understanding, i want all of my file-volumes to
> be backed up to tape (so like a full backup).

Yes, I think so, that sounds right, but I don't know for sure.


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Secondplayr 10-04-15 13:26 
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Dan 11-04-15 00:47 
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Dan 11-04-15 00:53 
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Secondplayr 13-04-15 06:01 
 Re: Need help with copy job   new
Dan 13-04-15 09:52 
 Re: Need help with copy job   new
Secondplayr 13-04-15 13:10 
 Re: Need help with copy job   new
Dan 13-04-15 16:50 


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