Set snapshot group schedule

The set snapGroup enableSchedule command defines the schedule for taking snapshot images for a snapshot group.

Supported Arrays

This command applies to an individual DE2000H, DE4000H, DE4000F, DE6000H, or DE6000F storage array.

Roles

To execute this command on an storage array, you must have the Storage Admin role.

Syntax

set snapGroup ["snapGroupName"] 
enableSchedule=(TRUE | FALSE) 
schedule (immediate | snapshotSchedule)

Parameters

Parameter Description
snapGroup The name of the snapshot group for which you are setting properties. Enclose the snapshot group name in double quotation marks (" ") inside of square brackets ([ ]).
enableSchedule Use this parameter to turn on or to turn off the ability to schedule a snapshot operation. To turn on snapshot scheduling, set this parameter to TRUE . To turn off snapshot scheduling, set this parameter to FALSE .

Notes

You can use any combination of alphanumeric characters, underscore (_), hyphen (-), and pound (#) for the names. Names can have a maximum of 30 characters.

Scheduling snapshots

The enableSchedule parameter and the schedule parameter provide a way for you to schedule creating snapshot images for a snapshot group. Using these parameters, you can schedule snapshots daily, weekly, or monthly (by day or by date). The enableSchedule parameter turns on or turns off the ability to schedule snapshots. When you enable scheduling, you use the schedule parameter to define when you want the snapshots to occur.

This list explains how to use the options for the schedule parameter:

The code string for defining a schedule is similar to these examples:


enableSchedule=true schedule startTime=14:27

			

enableSchedule=true schedule scheduleInterval=180

			

enableSchedule=true schedule timeZone=GMT-06:00

			

enableSchedule=true schedule timeZone="America/Chicago"

			

If you also use the scheduleInterval option, the firmware chooses between the timesPerDay option and the scheduleInterval option by selecting the lowest value of the two options. The firmware calculates an integer value for the scheduleInterval option by dividing 1440 by the scheduleInterval option value that you set. For example, 1440/180 = 8. The firmware then compares the timesPerDay integer value with the calculated scheduleInterval integer value and uses the smaller value.

To remove a schedule, use the delete volume command with the schedule parameter. The delete volume command with the schedule parameter deletes only the schedule, not the snapshot volume.