Thanks for your clarification about truncation exclusions. That make me more clear.
Anyway, I have question about the associated directory.
If I remove relation the associated directory from policy class, Does it can help to cancel…"
you can use fschdiat and/or fschfiat to exclude files or directories from truncation. It will basically set a flag in the MetaData so that StorageManager will exclude them.
[root@xcellis-2 test1]# dm_info trunc_exclude.test Filename:…"
Thanks a lot for your advice.
For trunc mintime, 9999 days is the maximum value, right?
Anyway, I saw the feature "Truncation Exclusions".
May i know these can help for this scenario? And are there any limitation…"
you can change the truncation mintime for this policy, so if TSM decides it needs to truncate files due to high fill-level, it will operate on other policies first with a lower trunc mintime.
If you do not wish to truncate the data at…"
you can monitor the process by running fsretrieve -av Also check system logs for potential errors.
Please also use the TSM transaction ID and grep the tac_00 logs and if you like, post them here.
Hi Guru,I did some mistake by applied the storage policy to the wrong directory and it cause data to be truncated.AFAIK, to delete the storage policy, associated directory must empty. However, the important data inside this associated directory cannot delete and can not change the path regarding in-house application.So, how can I disable/inactive this storage policy? To prevent data to be truncated.Thanks in advance.NaokiSee More
HiI'm just pending the process of retrieving 2 files ~40GB each one from tape to disk. Fsretrieve job has began 4 hours ago and still is processing, is that normal state that it takes so long ? It retrieves at the same location.thanks in advance for help arekSee More
"Thankyou very much. I would explore the Offline File Notification Manager as you suggested.
Additionally, are there any logs on the MDC that can help me see the read instructions being generated?
"Hi, unfortunately StorageManager doesn't track what Client/Application calls for a read of the File.
So installing the Offline File Notifcation Manager on Windows and Mac OSX Plattforms, will help to avoid unnessary retrievals caused by…"
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