Operation Window - Online Help
The following sections provide context-sensitive help information related to this feature.
Use this dialog box to add, modify, or delete operation rules for system operations.
Note: If the time zone of a client differs from the time zone of the CommServe, then the time zone of the client is honored. However, if the operation window rule is set at the CommServe level, the time zone of the client is not honored.
The friendly name assigned to the operation window.
Displays the operations included in this rule.
Displays the days in which the operations in this rule should not be run.
- Do not run intervals
Displays the times in which the operations in this rule should not be run.
Click this button to add an operation rule from the Operation Rule Details dialog box.
Click this button to modify an operation rule from the Operation Rule Details dialog box.
Click this button to delete an operation rule.
Ignore Operation Rules at Higher Levels (not applicable at the CommServe, client group, and schedule policy levels)
Select this option to disable all operation rules set at levels above the currently selected CommCell entity.
Use this dialog box to specify the details of an operation rule.
Type a friendly name for this operation rule.
Select from among the following operation rule choices. Not all operation rules are available at all levels (for the operation rules supported at each level, see Operation Window - Support):
- Full Data Management (full backups)
- Non Full Data Management (non full backups)
- Backup Copy
- Data Recovery
- Data Pruning
- Data Analytics
- Synthetic Full
- Auxiliary Copy
Note: Operation rule is applicable to those auxiliary copy operations where Use Scalable Resource Allocation check box is selected.
- Disaster Recovery Backup
- Data Verification
- Erase Spare Media
- Erase Data By Browsing
- Erase Archived Data
- Offline Content Indexing
- Information Management
- Media Refreshing
Days of the Week
Select the days of the week when the operations should not run. Note that specific times must be selected from the Do not run intervals area.
Do not run intervals
Allows you to select the date and time that these operations should not run.
- Start Date
Select the start day, month, and year of the interval for this operation rule.
- End Date
Select the end day, month, and year of the interval for this operation rule.
- From Time
Displays the start time of this operation rule.
- To Time
Displays the end time of this operation rule.
Add a time interval from the Time Intervals dialog box.
Modify a time interval from the Time Intervals dialog box.
Click this button to delete a time interval from this operation rule.
Use this dialog box to set the time interval (in hours and minutes) for the selected days that the operation rule should not run.
Do not run time interval
Allows you to set the interval parameters.
- Start Time
Specify the start time of the interval.
- End Time
Specify the end time of the interval. Note that the end time of the interval must be greater than the start time.
Click this button to add the specified time interval to the Operation Rule Details dialog box. This button allows you to add multiple operation rules without closing this dialog box.