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11-19-2012, 05:50 PM #1
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Finding oldest file in an archive.
I am trying to figure out the oldest file in an archive.
When I try
dsmc retr -pick /directory/path/
I see only archive date.
So, what I tried is restoring all files one-by-one and checking date time stamp on files.
What is confusing me is that
dsmc query archive /directory/path returns 333 files but if I do a
select NODE_NAME,ARCHIVE_DATE,CLASS_NAME,FILESPACE_NAME,D ESCRIPTION from ARCHIVES where NODE_NAME='NODE' ORDER BY ARCHIVE_DATE
and grep by date for date when /directory/path was archived, I get more results.
Is there a way to query oldest file in an archive without restoring the archive?
11-20-2012, 06:53 AM #2
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In GUI you see creation/last modification date
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