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    Default Query to figure out how many files have not been backed up?

    Is there a command or query we can run to determine what has not been backed up for all TSM clients over a period of time (i.e. 18 months).


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    Not really unless you keep the ACTLOG and Operational Reports for that long.
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    Is there another product outside of TSM that might report on this information? If we did save the activity log for a long period, what would a command or query look like? I know in the Windows space the archive bit gets set, can a query be run for archive bit on windows? What about Unix is there a similar archive bit?

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