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About XCP log output

shirotan
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Is there a way to output a list of files that have failed to be copied, synced, or verified?
I can't create an environment that actually fails, but if "-v" is added, the standard output or standard error output will be displayed.
Will it be output?

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hmoubara
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Hello,

 

The  -v increase debug verbosity, check the link below for each operation with some example.


scan -v P.81 for example
command increases debug verbosity. This provides detailed logging information to
troubleshoot or debug in case an error or warning is reported

copy -v P.89 for example
Increase debug verbosity

sync -v P.92 for example
Increase debug verbosity


https://library.netapp.com/ecm/ecm_download_file/ECMLP2865035

 

Thanks 

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hmoubara
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Hello,

 

The  -v increase debug verbosity, check the link below for each operation with some example.


scan -v P.81 for example
command increases debug verbosity. This provides detailed logging information to
troubleshoot or debug in case an error or warning is reported

copy -v P.89 for example
Increase debug verbosity

sync -v P.92 for example
Increase debug verbosity


https://library.netapp.com/ecm/ecm_download_file/ECMLP2865035

 

Thanks 

shirotan
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Hello

hmoubara

 

I ran "xcp verify -v" with the sync not completed so that I get an error.

However, the file targeted for the error was not displayed.

When "-l" was added to the option, an error file was displayed.

Isn't it necessary to have "-l"?

hmoubara
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Hello

 

Each arguments has a different purpose:

-v : increase debug verbosity

-l :  Detailed file listing output

 

You can always verify each attribute functionality by adding the --help at the end of the command:

 

Ex:  C:\NetApp\XCP>xcp verify --help

shirotan
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Hello hmoubara

Thank you for your reply

 

I saw an example.
By using "-V", it seems that the file with the error is displayed.

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