How to view indexing tasks in the SQL database
|Article:HOWTO56253|||||Created: 2011-07-27|||||Updated: 2011-07-31|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO56253|
Information about the indexing tasks is split between two tables, one containing the task information and one with the subtask information. For example, you might have a Rebuild task which contains multiple index volumes to rebuild.
To view information about the main task, use the Directory database IndexingSubTaskGroup table.
- This table contains a row for each indexing task created via the wizard. One row in this table can contain multiple rows in the IndexingSubTask/SubTask tables. The information includes the time that the task was created, the type of task that it is and the total number of subtasks associated with the task.
To view information about the subtasks, use the Directory database IndexingSubTask table.
- This table contains a row for each indexing subtask. A corresponding record will exist in the subtask table for each indexing subtask.
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