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Selecting/listing failed backups from TSM backup server

Posted on 2013-06-05
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I want to get all backups that have failed from a TSM server:

SELECT scheduled_start, (current_timestamp-24 hours) as 24h, (current_timestamp-24 hours) - scheduled_start, scheduled_start > (current_timestamp-24 hours) FROM events

This select statement only selects failed backups until midnight the same day.

* current_timestamp-24 hours shows a date and time that is 24 hours ago.
* HOUR(current_timestamp-24 hours) shows the amount of hours from current time until midnight, not 24 hours.

I want a select statement that does much the same as this:
q event * * begint=18:00 begind=today-1 endt=now endd=today ex=yes
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