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  1. getting v6.3 reporting working...how i did it in an R2 env

    Ok, it might posted somewhere in here, but the IBM documentation didn't help out a bit. So here's what I had to do to get the new v6.3 reporting working with TSM v63, and cognos blah blah blah:
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  2. Here ya all go, remember this is for windows......

    Here ya all go, remember this is for windows...
    Here it is, found on another forum, then modified...
    dsmc q backup f:\* -subdir=yes -ina | grep "0 B" | awk "$1<=0" | awk "{ if ($6 ~ /I/) print $0}"...
  3. I forgot to mention that I need the file and it's...

    I forgot to mention that I need the file and it's state...IE, i need to know what files are 0bytes, and in the inactive state..

    Here's the output I need:
    0 B 06/11/2012 13:03:39 ...
  4. win2008R2 using gnu grep/awk to find only inactive files

    Ok, running tsm on 2008R2, and I have the gnu awk and grep installed...I want to only capture inactive files inside of the backup...I can get this to work on linux, but because windows interprets "...
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    Finally got it: First script calls the second...

    Finally got it:

    First script calls the second script:

    Here's the run me script:
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    @echo off

    set HOST=%ComputerName%
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    because of the different client versions, i have...

    because of the different client versions, i have to make it work w/5.5 first, then upgrade it to 6.3 (client). So I installed the client of 5.5 to F:\blah...

    With the redirection, i'm still...
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    Here's the output... F:\FILES>0byte.bat...

    Here's the output...

    F:\FILES>0byte.bat
    08:31:02.18
    The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.
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    So here's the script, and it works on the command...

    So here's the script, and it works on the command line, but it's horked in a .bat script. Any ideas? The issue is when I try and parse the dsmc output...

    @echo off
    SET CURRENTTIME=%TIME%
    IF...
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    I forgot to mention that this is on a government...

    I forgot to mention that this is on a government system, and cannot use anything like what was mentioned above...good old fashioned windows scripting is the only thing that I can use.

    Would TSM...
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    0 byte detection on dsmc backups

    Our management just gave us a new direction on supporting 0byte file backups...We're supposed to find all files backed up by the client and report them to the user to see if we should back them up or...
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