"Hi Subbarao, You can use fsstore to archive file.
If you have bunch of file then create a batchfile and inside batch file type all files path and use fsstore -B batchfile command to archive files.
#cat batchfile /snfs/data/file1…"
Sir, we are using quantum stornext 5.2.2 recently come files are not archiving after restating archive manager files are archiving,Please help me to find out how many files are not archived in policy They are millions of files in one policy so it is difficult to trace out with fsfileinfo is their any command so that we can reinitiate the files to archive.Thanking you subbaraoSee More
"You may first (retrieve file if it is not present on disk then) change the file attribute fschfiat -c 2 $FILE_NAME, if require change the timestamp of file by using touch $FILE_NAME or store file with 2 copy fsstore -c 2 $FILE_NAME
I hope it works…"
Hi everyone,I've got a fresh install of CentOS 7.4 x64 on a Z800 workstation. It's been equip with 2x dual-port Atto 16Gb FC cards running the latest Atto multipath drivers/configtool/firmware that came from the "Generic driver for storage partners" section of the Atto website a few weeks ago.After disabling SElinux and installing everything in the stornext package I downloaded off of the MDC, the cvfs service does not start correctly. When I run "systemctl cvfs start" the CLI hangs for about 5…See More