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DPM tasks and functions from the shell
Cmdlet
Description
Syntax
New-SearchOption
Builds an object with
the search options to
search for a particular
string within the set
of specified recovery
points.
New-SearchOption
[-ToRecoveryPoint]
[-SearchString] [-SearchType]
[-SearchDetail]
[-FromRecoveryPoint] [-Location]
[-Recursive]
Recover-RecoverableItem
Recovers a version of
the data source to a
target location.
Recover-RecoverableItem
[-RecoveryOption]
[[-RecoverableItem]]
[-JobStateChangedEventHandler]
[-RecoveryNotification]
[-RecoveryPointLocation]
Copy-DPMTapeData
Copies the data from
a tape for a given
recovery point.
Copy-DPMTapeData [-RecoveryPoint]
Remove-DatasourceReplica
Removes an inactive
replica
Remove-DatasourceReplica
[-Datasource]
Remove-RecoveryPoint
Removes a recovery
point from tape or
disk.
Remove-RecoveryPoint
[-RecoveryPoint] [-Confirm]
[-ForceDeletion]
DPM tasks and functions from the shell
DPM tasks can be performed in the shell using cmdlets. The syntax for some of these
cmdlets can be somewhat complex when you start adding parameters and other
switches. In this section we are going to cover common tasks that can be performed
from DMS and dive deeper into how to use them.
Library
DPM is geared more towards disk protection but it still offers tape protection and
you can complete certain tape and library tasks from DMS. These include:
Enable-TapeDrive enables a specified tape drive in the library. Parameters
for this cmdlet are:
° –TapeDrive : This specifies the tape drive to use.
° –PassThru : The -PassThru parameter can be used with many
commands in DPM to return a related object in cases where there
is no default output. Using the -PassThru parameter allows such
cmdlets to be part of a pipeline.
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