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Scheduled Jobs in a Repository

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All,

I'm trying to script a way to find what jobs are scheduled and when will they run for a repository. I plan to use this when I'm creating a new job. I have a script that chooses the repository with the most free space but I want to make sure the schedule for the new job doesn't conflict with existing jobs in the repository.

Thanks, Brian

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Re: Scheduled Jobs in a Repository

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Does Get-VBRJob give information about the repository used by a job?

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Re: Scheduled Jobs in a Repository

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Get-VBRBackupRepository | ? {$_.id -eq (get-vbrjob -name "job name").info.TargetRepositoryId.guid}

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Re: Scheduled Jobs in a Repository

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Thank you, Pizzim13!This gives me exactly what I needed! I knew there had to be a way but I'm still trying to get proficient with Powershell and the Veeam cmdlets.

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