It took a while to figure out but the problem was at one time the user had
created a filesystem /usr/OV (back in 1996). Later the system was reinstalled
and the /usr/OV filesystem was not recreated. Now everything in that
sub-directory was in the /usr filesystem. When a request to ADSM for the file
or any file below /usr/OV was made, ADSM pulled it from the old filespace of
/usr/OV (the 1996 data). To be able to restore the current stuff we had to
to a 'restore -pick /usr' and go through the list and pick the file we needed.
The other way we could have done this (which I did after the fact) was to do
as Andy suggested above and 'DELETE FILESPACE' the old /usr/OV file space.
This is just an example of a GOTCHA that you can look out for. Hopefully
someone can learn from the hours of "head scratching" I did yesterday. It
like such a simple problem....NOW, but yesterday I did not think so.
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