I am using the Commcell Clean Up Report combined with the SLA Report to monitor for blind spots in managing VSA VM backups. Specifically, I tune the SLA monitor to 3 days to look for missing VMs and use the Clean Up Report -> Subclients -> "VMs in Multiple Subclient" section to look for VMs in multiple subclients. Both have alerts set to open a ticket in our ticketing system so there is follow up any time something is getting duplicate or no backup coverage.
For the SLA monitor, as VMs are decommissioned and you no longer want them tracked in the SLA you can strike them from the SLA count inside of the properties of the VM object in the Commcell GUI. However, I am not sure there is anything equivalent in the Clean Up Report to acknowledge that a VM is in multiple subclients and you do not want it to continue alerting. The case here where we know about duplicates is that I just evacuated a subclient and added the VMs to other existing subclients. The now-defunct subclient needs to exist until the data expires of course. Is the only option to simply delete the contents of the defunct subclient?
Has anyone else come across this or is anyone else using these tools similarly and have tips for configuraiton tuning?