Job History - FAQ

How is the recovery history of stub recalls for user-defined archive set or other partition displayed?

When viewing the Recovery History of Stub Recalls (via the Stub Recall Jobs tab), it will be displayed as originating from the defaultArchiveSet and the first Partition even if a user-defined Archive Set or other partition were used during the recall. Partitions are applicable to Domino Mailbox Archiver.

Can I view the stub recall job history for File Archiver for Windows recall jobs initiated from the physical node of a cluster?

No. The stub recall job history cannot be viewed for File Archiver for Windows recall jobs initiated from the physical node of a cluster in cases where only the driver is loaded on that node. However, browse recovery jobs which are initiated from the virtual server can still be viewed in job history. To obtain statistics on stub recall jobs in this scenario, we recommend running the Stub Recall Summary Report.

How do I prune the recovery history information?

The Recovery History Information can be pruned based on the number of days established in the Days to keep the Archiver restore job histories option from the Media Management Configuration (Data Aging) dialog box available in the Control Panel.

How can I increase the efficiency of system resources in cases where there are frequent stub recalls and there is no need to update the Job History immediately after each stub recall?

To improve the efficiency of system resources in such cases you can use the nDMRSendFileStatus Additional Setting to reduce the frequency at which the stub recovery job statistics are sent to Job Manager for updating the Recovery Job History views and reports.

Can I view the list of Successful or Failed items for all agents?

NAS iDataAgents do not support the ability to view failed/successful item lists.

A listing of files and folders that failed is not available for the Image Level iDataAgent as we cannot perform a file level backup/copy with this agent.

Restore Job History will not display Oracle rman_util jobs at the instance level.