DBMaintenance Workflow

Last post 01-13-2015, 1:32 AM by Wad. 5 replies.
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  • DBMaintenance Workflow
    Posted: 01-12-2015, 7:58 AM

    Hi All,

    I'm discovering the workflows and I found a predifined one called "DBMaintenance".

    I assumed this is for the CommServe DB Maintenance. But I would like to modify it, in order to do a pre-check for no other jobs running before running the DB Maintenance.

    Do you know if this is possible to do ? and how ? 

     

    regards

  • Re: DBMaintenance Workflow
    Posted: 01-12-2015, 8:40 AM

    You could do a CommServe DB query against the view [CommServ].[dbo].[CommCellJobController] to see any jobs running. I am sure there are other ways to do it as well.

    Also, I think the latest documentation says that you can run DB Maintenance with jobs running if you wish. It's just recommended to do it during periods of lower activity.


    -J. Mills
    Systems Engineer (Storage & Backup)
    CommVault Certified Master

  • Re: DBMaintenance Workflow
    Posted: 01-12-2015, 8:52 AM

    For Example:

    Create a CommServeDBQuery step with the following SQL Batch

     

    SELECT [jobID]
    ,[operation]
    ,[clientComputer]
    ,[status]
    FROM [CommServ].[dbo].[CommCellJobController]
    WHERE [status] = 'Running'
    Then on your transitions you could set the following conditions:
    xpath:{/workflow/CommServDBQuery_1/resultSets/rowCount}>0       [Error]
    xpath:{/workflow/CommServDBQuery_1/resultSets/rowCount}<1       [Ok, to continue]
     
    I've attached a small example where it will check if more or less that 15 jobs are running. 

    -J. Mills
    Systems Engineer (Storage & Backup)
    CommVault Certified Master

    Attachment: JobCheck.zip
  • Re: DBMaintenance Workflow
    Posted: 01-12-2015, 11:06 AM
    • Ali is not online. Last active: 06-26-2019, 2:03 PM Ali
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    • Joined on 08-05-2010

    Good day Folks,

    More on the tool itself:

    http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v10/article?p=features/tools/db_maintenance.htm

    Recommended Usage

    Review the following recommendations before using this utility:

    • Use the utility during periods of low CommServe activity to minimize the effect on data protection operations.
    • When this utility is run for the very first time, use the full parameter to perform database maintenance.
    • After the first use, use the full parameter to perform database maintenance every 6 months.

     

  • Re: DBMaintenance Workflow
    Posted: 01-13-2015, 1:25 AM

    Thanks jmills, 

    Your example is perfect ! 

    I'm will try to upload my version when it will be finished.

  • Re: DBMaintenance Workflow
    Posted: 01-13-2015, 1:32 AM

    Thanks Ali,

     

    Strangely, I have done the upgrade of my CommServe in mid-December and done a full DBMaintenance juste after (in the Health report I got ctritial alarms on size (in row and MB) of some tables on the CommServe DB. (Still have alarms ont number of rows but according to the support it's a false alarm).

    But now I have some index fragmentation alarm in the health report after less than a month that's why I'm trying to automate that according to the recommandation.

     

    regards

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