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ZOD
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Job List Export with Jobduration

Post by ZOD » Jan 24, 2019 6:52 am

Hello together,

is it possible to export a Joblist to e.g. csv or Excel containing colums with "last start datetime" and "last stop datetime" or a
"job duration".

My aim is to use this list for optimization of the entire job schedule.

Thanks for hints.
Markus


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Veeam Server
Win2012R2
B&R 9.5 Update 3a
Backup Repositories: several NAS via SMB and one NAS via iSCSI

Dima P.
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Re: Job List Export with Jobduration

Post by Dima P. » Jan 24, 2019 10:05 am

Hello and welcome to the community ZOD,

It's not possible via UI, but looks like it's possible via PowerShell. Here is a good read with a script example: Bring order to the Get-VBRBackupSession cmdlet, Get-vPCBackupSession. Cheers!

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