Persistent Recovery job startup

Last post 03-29-2019, 11:46 AM by Yvon. 3 replies.
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  • Persistent Recovery job startup
    Posted: 10-21-2016, 2:28 PM

    Hello guys!

    Is there a way to have Persistent Recovery jobs start automatically for clients with disk cleanup enabled, instead of waiting for a first recall to happen in order to kick off the data pipe?

    Thanks

  • Re: Persistent Recovery job startup
    Posted: 11-21-2016, 2:01 PM

    Open persistent pipelines reserve bandwidth for data transfer. In cases where recoveries become idle, it may be desirable to close these pipelines rather than keep them open with no data transfer occurring. By default, the idle timeout is set for 24 hours. However, you can modify this time by using the nDMRSIDLETIMEOUT.

    http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=products/fs_archive_unix/config_adv.htm#enhancing_recovery_performance

  • Re: Persistent Recovery job startup
    Posted: 11-23-2016, 3:03 PM

    Thank you Walter

  • Re: Persistent Recovery job startup
    Posted: 03-29-2019, 11:46 AM

    We have CV V11 SP13 and are no longer able to do individual file/folder browses in our VM environment in order to restore these. We can browse the whole vitual machine or disks from tape backup fine. We initially back up to disk but AUX copy to tape the next morning due to large amount of disk space used. Is there a way to achieve file level restores from tape without having a persistent recovery job kick off and run for hours on end? This feature was always available until upgrading to SP11 or SP14. Is there a setting change or regedit that can be done to bring this heature back? Why would CV get rid of it as it was working very well in the past?

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