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qmodify schedulepolicy

Description

This command associates or dissociates a given schedule policy to a client, iDataAgent, instance, backup set or subclient.

In the case of data protection schedule policies, you can only modify the schedule policies that were created for all agents or a group of agents.

In case of an error, an error code and description are displayed as: "schedulepolicy: Error errorcode: errordescription"

Usage

qmodify schedulepolicy [-cs <commserve_host_name>] -o <add|remove> -scp <schedulepolicy> [-c <client>] [-a <iDataAgent>] [-i <instance>] [-b <backupset>] [-s <subclient>] [-cg <clientgroup>] [-tf <tokenfile>] [-tk <token>] [-h]

Options

-cs

CommServe host name

-o

Operation to be performed on the client group

-scp

Schedule policy name

-c

Client computer name

-a

Agent type installed on the client computer (see Argument Values - Agent Types)

-i

Instance name

-b

Backup set name

-s

Subclient name

-cg

Client computer group name

-tf

Reads token from a file

-tk

Token string

-h

Displays help

Diagnostics

Possible exit status values are:

0 - Successful completion.

1 - CLI usage failures, due to the use of an unsupported option or missing argument.

2 - Any other failure.

Example

  • Associate a schedule policy scp1 with client cl1.

    qmodify schedulepolicy -o add -scp scp1 -c cl1

  • Dissociate a schedule policy scp1 from client cl1.

    qmodify schedulepolicy -o remove -scp scp1 -c cl1

  • Associate a schedule policy scp1 with client computer group Laptop Clients.

    qmodify schedulepolicy -o add -scp scp1 -cg "Laptop Clients"

Last modified: 5/23/2019 5:56:56 PM