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    Default ANS5092S Server out of data storage space

    I have created a very basic new setup using devtype=file in which I aim to backup a small local file/directory. My set up details:

    1) I defined device class, stgpool and vol

    2) >q stg f=d

    Storage Pool Name: DISKFILE
    Storage Pool Type: Primary
    Device Class Name: CLASSA
    Estimated Capacity: 0.0 M
    Space Trigger Util: 0.0
    Pct Util: 0.0
    Pct Migr: 100.0
    Pct Logical: 0.0
    High Mig Pct: 90
    Low Mig Pct: 70
    Migration Delay: 0
    Migration Continue: Yes
    Migration Processes: 1
    Reclamation Processes: 1
    Next Storage Pool:
    Reclaim Storage Pool:
    Maximum Size Threshold: No Limit
    Access: Read/Write
    Description:
    Overflow Location:
    Cache Migrated Files?:
    Collocate?: Node
    Reclamation Threshold: 60
    Offsite Reclamation Limit:
    Maximum Scratch Volumes Allowed: 1
    Number of Scratch Volumes Used: 0
    Delay Period for Volume Reuse: 0 Day(s)
    Migration in Progress?: No
    Amount Migrated (MB): 0.00
    Elapsed Migration Time (seconds): 0
    Reclamation in Progress?: No
    Last Update by (administrator): TSMADMIN
    Last Update Date/Time: 11/01/2012 16:02:35
    Storage Pool Data Format: Native
    Copy Storage Pool(s):
    Active Data Pool(s):
    Continue Copy on Error?: Yes
    CRC Data: No
    Reclamation Type: Threshold
    Overwrite Data when Deleted:
    Deduplicate Data?: No
    Processes For Identifying Duplicates:
    more... (<ENTER> to continue, 'C' to cancel)

    Duplicate Data Not Stored:
    Auto-copy Mode: Client
    Contains Data Deduplicated by Client?: No

    3) q vol f=d

    Volume Name: /tsm/stg/seqf/filevol
    Storage Pool Name: DISKFILE
    Device Class Name: CLASSA
    Estimated Capacity: 2.0 G
    Scaled Capacity Applied:
    Pct Util: 0.0
    Volume Status: Empty
    Access: Read/Write
    Pct. Reclaimable Space: 0.0
    Scratch Volume?: No
    In Error State?: No
    Number of Writable Sides: 1
    Number of Times Mounted: 0
    Write Pass Number: 0
    Approx. Date Last Written:
    Approx. Date Last Read:
    Date Became Pending:
    Number of Write Errors: 0
    Number of Read Errors: 0
    Volume Location:
    Volume is MVS Lanfree Capable : No
    Last Update by (administrator): TSMADMIN
    Last Update Date/Time: 11/01/2012 16:15:04
    Begin Reclaim Period:
    End Reclaim Period:
    Drive Encryption Key Manager:
    Logical Block Protected: No

    4) q dev f=d

    Device Class Name: CLASSA
    Device Access Strategy: Sequential
    Storage Pool Count: 1
    Device Type: FILE
    Format: DRIVE
    Est/Max Capacity (MB): 2,048.0
    Mount Limit: 25
    Mount Wait (min):
    Mount Retention (min):
    Label Prefix:
    Library:
    Directory: /tsm/stg/seqf
    Server Name:
    Retry Period:
    Retry Interval:
    Shared:
    High-level Address:
    Minimum Capacity:
    WORM: No
    Drive Encryption:
    Scaled Capacity:
    Logical Block Protection:
    Last Update by (administrator): TSMADMIN
    Last Update Date/Time: 10/31/2012 22:05:20

    Device Class Name: DISK
    Device Access Strategy: Random
    Storage Pool Count: 0
    Device Type:
    Format:
    Est/Max Capacity (MB):
    Mount Limit:
    Mount Wait (min):
    Mount Retention (min):
    Label Prefix:
    Library:
    Directory:
    Server Name:
    Retry Period:
    Retry Interval:
    Shared:
    High-level Address:
    more... (<ENTER> to continue, 'C' to cancel)

    Minimum Capacity:
    WORM: No
    Drive Encryption:
    Scaled Capacity:
    Logical Block Protection:
    Last Update by (administrator):
    Last Update Date/Time: 10/31/2012 17:42:06




    Now I get "ANS5092S Serer out of data storage space" every time I take backup. I noticed that when I try to take backup of a empty file, backup is successful but for a file of even 5 M shows ANS5092S.

    Please help!
    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by newbee; 11-01-2012 at 03:12 AM.

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    Add space to your disk pool, storage name CLASSA. This seems to be your primary pool.
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    check what your primary pool is by looking at the copygroup settings

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    guys

    my objective is to take backup of a small local file/folder and save it on a local file (not on external tapes). So I defined devclass FILE is it correct?

    or I need to define devclass DISK?

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    I don't follow completely your logic but if you are saying that the end storage will be a DEVCLASS=FILE AND you backup to disk FIRST, all you have to do is migrate FROM disk to the next pool which you have defined as devclass=file.

    This is assuming that the DISK is your FIRST backup device.
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    Thanks moon buddy,

    I sorted out that migration from disk to file device.

    Moving forward ,just out of curiousity what are the file systems that are supported in TSM 6.2.x. I am sure of ext3 and ext2, where I can see the complete list. And if there is any other way of configuring any other filesystem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newbee View Post
    Thanks moon buddy,

    I sorted out that migration from disk to file device.

    Moving forward ,just out of curiousity what are the file systems that are supported in TSM 6.2.x. I am sure of ext3 and ext2, where I can see the complete list. And if there is any other way of configuring any other filesystem?
    The FILESYSTEM that TSM can write to must be supported by the OS that the TSM Server is installed on.

    Therefore, you have to look at the compatibility listing for supported OS. If Linux, as an example, is supported to run TSM Server and Linux supports EXT2, EXT3, Reiser 3 or 4, then TSM server can write to these filesystems with DEVCLASS=FILE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moon-buddy View Post
    The FILESYSTEM that TSM can write to must be supported by the OS that the TSM Server is installed on.

    Therefore, you have to look at the compatibility listing for supported OS. If Linux, as an example, is supported to run TSM Server and Linux supports EXT2, EXT3, Reiser 3 or 4, then TSM server can write to these filesystems with DEVCLASS=FILE.
    Thanks again! I just found this link http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...ns50000109.htm that gives detail about filesystems supported

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