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unsichtbarre
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Looking to export all jobs with configs to CSV

Post by unsichtbarre »

Hi,
I would like to be able to export all jobs from a Veeam server with configs such as retention policy and RPO/schedule to a CSV.

I tried this: powershell-f26/export-to-csv-job-t62689.html

But it only exports the first job, and included none of the information I could use to document RPO policy and Retention policy. There has to be a better way than just screenshotting the job settings?
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Re: Looking to export all jobs with configs to CSV

Post by oleg.feoktistov » 2 people like this post

Hi John,

Sure, it involves diving a bit deeper into job options. Here is a small example with daily and monthly schedules:

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$jobs = Get-VBRJob
$summary = @()
foreach ($job in $jobs) {
  $scheduleKind = ''
  if ($job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsDaily.Enabled -eq $true) {
    $scheduleKind = 'Daily'
    $dailyKind = $job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsDaily.Kind
    $days = $job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsDaily.DaysSrv
  }

  elseif ($job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsMonthly.Enabled -eq $true) {
    $scheduleKind = 'Monthly'
    $monthIndex = $job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsMonthly.DayNumberInMonth
    $dayOfWeek = $job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsMonthly.DayOfWeek
    $months = $job.ScheduleOptions.OptionsMonthly.Months

  }
  if ($job.BackupStorageOptions.RetentionType -eq 'Cycles' -and $scheduleKind -eq 'Daily') {
  $summary += $job | select Name, @{n='RetentionType';e={$_.BackupStorageOptions.RetentionType}}, `
  @{n='RetainCycles';e={$_.BackupStorageOptions.RetainCycles}}, `
  @{n='ScheduleKind';e={$scheduleKind}}, @{n='DailyKind';e={$dailyKind}}, @{n='Days';e={$days}}
  }
  elseif ($Job.BackupStorageOptions.RetentionType -eq 'Days') {
  $summary += $job | select Name, @{n='RetentionType';e={$_.BackupStorageOptions.RetentionType}}, `
  @{n='RetainDays';e={$_.BackupStorageOptions.RetainDays}}, `
  @{n='ScheduleKind';e={$scheduleKind}}, @{n='MonthIndex';e={$monthIndex}}, @{n='DayOfWeek';e={$dayOfWeek}}, @{n='Months';e={$Months}}
  }
}

$summary | Export-Csv -Path 'C:\Summary.csv' 
I needed to show retention, retention type, schedule settings and reflect specific properties based on schedule type.

Hope you get the idea. If you have any questions, I'm here and glad to help.

Best regards,
Oleg

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Re: Looking to export all jobs with configs to CSV

Post by unsichtbarre »

So how do you add the VMs to the output?

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Re: Looking to export all jobs with configs to CSV

Post by oleg.feoktistov »

Easy.
Just insert this to foreach loop:

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$objects = Get-VBRJobObject -Job $job
And add object names to the summary:

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$summary += $job | select Name, @{n='VMs';e={$objects.Name} ...

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