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how to check the timestamp of a snap session in emc symmetrix from symcli

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pls let me know the symcli commands to check the activation timestamp of a snap session on a emc symmetrix array.
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Try: symsnap show poll <pool name>

Alternatively, Replication Manager will show you that detail.
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Try these commands

# symsnap -h
# symaudit -h
# symsnap -h
these commands with above syntax ( -h ) lists the entire set of commands and you can run diff combinations to arrive at required soln.
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