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    Arrow Backup with multiple management classes

    I have a couple of backups that were done many months ago using the wrong management class.

    NODE_NAME CLASS_NAME
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    CLARPROD_TSM DEFAULT
    CLARPROD_TSM T1_7YEAR_VTL_ARCH

    The backups related the T1_7YEAR_VTL_ARCH in NOT needed.

    How can I see what is stored based on that management class?
    The how can I delete just those and NOT affect the DEFAULT management class data?

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    If the data was backup and the client later moved to a the DEFAULT management class then the 7YEAR data should have been rebound to default. Is the data stored as a backup or archive?
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    Buckup go to DEFAULT
    Archive go to T1_7YEAR_VTL_ARCH

    I would like to purge the archive (T1_7YEAR_VTL_ARCH).

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