first of all, the recycle bin and/or trash should be disabled on each Win/MacOSC Client.
Then you should check on the MDC itself using df -h to see what the free & total space account for. This should match the values you are seeing on…"
Yes that can be done too. But I am hesitant to change/reset it due to some limitations. Is there anyway to find out the old password via any logs/config files. I'm familiar with TSM and other logs present on the MDC. If there's any file…"
HI,It has been used for 5 months with a volume of about 500T in Xcellis gen2. Mac, Windows, and Linux clients are mounting the same snfs volume. In the Windows client, it was found that the free space of the entire volume was 100T and the usage of all folders was 370T. I emptied the Recycle Bin and looked for data in hidden files, but couldn't find the problem. How can I check the difference between the total usage of the volume and the free capacity?Most files are over 10G video files.See More
I have several old Stornext Users Accounts for which I have to find their passwords.Can these credentials be obtained from previously Captured Stornext Snapshots or any file residing on MDC can provide that info.Regards AHSee More
Device Paths are being assigned by the OS Kernel, so whenever there is a interruption between the OS and the Tape Drive, it may happen that the OS assings a different device path.
Within stornext, you can update this by either restarting…"
TA3&TA4 are hard write errors. When you are saying missing EOD Marker, then its more of a "logical" error then Hardware Error. Missing EOD ( EndofData ) will lead to the fact that the drive can't append new data to the…"
deleting Tickets from the GUI instead of closing them will remove the entries from the database.
However, Ras Events will be looged in a logfile calle /usr/adic/SRVCLOG/logs/srvcLog.hist