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multiple backup sets

  • 30 March 2023
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Hello all 

I have multiple Backup sets I want to create a rule on the backup set level to make sure that for example VM that is a member of backup sets does not belong to others 

 

is that possible?


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Hi Ayman_Seyam,

Please check this https://documentation.commvault.com/v11/expert/62269_backup_set_property_vm_filters.html

 

Let us know if this works for you

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Hi Ayman_Seyam,

Please check this https://documentation.commvault.com/v11/expert/62269_backup_set_property_vm_filters.html

 

Let us know if this works for you

I need a rule that says { VM in Backup set 1 excluded from other backup sets } no manually exclude VM one by one from others backup sets 

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@Ayman_Seyam not sure this is something that can be automated.

Its an unusual request normally you create additional backsets so that you can have the same content.

Can I ask what is the end goal you are attempting to achieve?

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@Ayman_Seyamnot sure this is something that can be automated.

Its an unusual request normally you create additional backsets so that you can have the same content.

Can I ask what is the end goal you are attempting to achieve?

I have a large number of VMs ( up to 4K) and there is an individual subclient for each one so the performance is very very low when I browse that backup set that’s why I’m thinking to create separate backup sets 

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Hi @Ayman_Seyam ,

Can you check our Best Practice and see the best option:

https://documentation.commvault.com/2022e/expert/32572_best_practices_for_virtual_server_agent_with_vmware.html

Best Regards,

Sebastien

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Hi @Ayman_Seyam ,

Can you check our Best Practice and see the best option:

https://documentation.commvault.com/2022e/expert/32572_best_practices_for_virtual_server_agent_with_vmware.html

Best Regards,

Sebastien

not related to the issue 

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Hi @Ayman_Seyam ,

Why don’t you Browse at the VM level instead?

 

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Hi @Ayman_Seyam ,

Why don’t you Browse at the VM level instead?

 

I want to a rule that says skip VMs taken from set1 from other sets 

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