SLP tracking question
Windows 2008r2, NetBackup 126.96.36.199
I am using SLP to duplicate data between my primary and secondary DataDomains. I do this because the native DataDomain replication has burned me badly before, and I also dont have very much visibility (if any) into specifically what got duplicated and what didnt, hence, using SLP instead. I know that it is preferable to have fewer SLP policies than many, but I'm running into a minor tracking issue. My SLP policies are only divided up between retention times, so I might have the clients in many different backup policies that have a 30 day retention, being replicated all under the same SLP policy, called DD1_to_DD2_30Days, for example. So, what happens is that when I look in the activity monitor, I see a huge list of SLP jobs with the same name, and I have to click through them looking at the job details, or get into the catalog and search for "copy 2" to see a particular duplicated job. What I would like to do is to not only divide the SLP jobs by retention, but also by client type, I.E, Unix, NDMP, CFS, Windows, VM's, Exchange, etc. So, I might end up with 20 to 30 SLP policies, once each are configured for type AND retention. Is this a feasible solution to help me better track which SLP job duplicated what data, or is there a better way to do that?