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#requires -Version 3
function Get-RubrikDatabase
Retrieves details on one or more databases known to a Rubrik cluster
The Get-RubrikDatabase cmdlet is used to pull a detailed data set from a Rubrik cluster on any number of databases.
To narrow down the results, use the host and instance parameters to limit your search to a smaller group of objects.
Alternatively, supply the Rubrik database ID to return only one specific database.
Written by Chris Wahl for community usage
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Get-RubrikDatabase -Name 'DB1' -SLA Gold
This will return details on all databases named DB1 protected by the Gold SLA Domain on any known host or instance.
Get-RubrikDatabase -Name 'DB1' -Host 'Host1' -Instance 'MSSQLSERVER'
This will return details on a database named "DB1" living on an instance named "MSSQLSERVER" on the host named "Host1".
Get-RubrikDatabase -Relic
This will return all removed databases that were formerly protected by Rubrik.
Get-RubrikDatabase -id 'MssqlDatabase:::aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee'
This will return details on a single database matching the Rubrik ID of "MssqlDatabase:::aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee"
Note that the database ID is globally unique and is often handy to know if tracking a specific database for longer workflows,
whereas some values are not unique (such as nearly all hosts having one or more databases named "model") and more difficult to track by name.
# Name of the database
# Filter results to include only relic (removed) databases
# SLA Domain policy assigned to the database
# Name of the database instance
# Name of the database host
#ServerInstance name (combined hostname\instancename)
# Filter the summary information based on the primarycluster_id of the primary Rubrik cluster. Use **_local** as the primary_cluster_id of the Rubrik cluster that is hosting the current REST API session.
# Rubrik's database id value
[Parameter(ValueFromPipelineByPropertyName = $true)]
# SLA id value
# Rubrik server IP or FQDN
[String]$Server = $global:RubrikConnection.server,
# API version
[String]$api = $global:RubrikConnection.api
Begin {
# The Begin section is used to perform one-time loads of data necessary to carry out the function's purpose
# If a command needs to be run with each iteration or pipeline input, place it in the Process section
# Check to ensure that a session to the Rubrik cluster exists and load the needed header data for authentication
# API data references the name of the function
# For convenience, that name is saved here to $function
$function = $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Name
# Retrieve all of the URI, method, body, query, result, filter, and success details for the API endpoint
Write-Verbose -Message "Gather API Data for $function"
$resources = Get-RubrikAPIData -endpoint $function
Write-Verbose -Message "Load API data for $($resources.Function)"
Write-Verbose -Message "Description: $($resources.Description)"
#region one-off
$SIobj = ConvertFrom-SqlServerInstance $ServerInstance
$Hostname = $SIobj.hostname
$Instance = $SIobj.instancename
Process {
#region One-off
$SLAID = Test-RubrikSLA -SLA $SLA -Inherit $Inherit -DoNotProtect $DoNotProtect
$uri = New-URIString -server $Server -endpoint ($resources.URI) -id $id
$uri = Test-QueryParam -querykeys ($resources.Query.Keys) -parameters ((Get-Command $function).Parameters.Values) -uri $uri
$body = New-BodyString -bodykeys ($resources.Body.Keys) -parameters ((Get-Command $function).Parameters.Values)
$result = Submit-Request -uri $uri -header $Header -method $($resources.Method) -body $body
$result = Test-ReturnFormat -api $api -result $result -location $resources.Result
$result = Test-FilterObject -filter ($resources.Filter) -result $result
return $result
} # End of process
} # End of function