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"delete backup" of VM filespace?

Discussion in 'VMWare / Virtual Machine' started by bonobos, Aug 17, 2009.

  1. bonobos

    bonobos Active Newcomer

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    Hi guys,

    I want to delete older backup versions of my VCB backup (done via TSM Client 6.1 and "backup vm ...") - but I don`t know which file specification to use in the "delete backup" command.

    Any idea?
    Thanks & best regards,
    bonobos
     
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  3. stenow

    stenow ADSM.ORG Member

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  4. bonobos

    bonobos Active Newcomer

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    Thank you for the info, must be quite new, do you know when they implemented this features?

    Regards, bonobos
     
  5. smetter

    smetter Active Newcomer

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    You can do this from the GUI as well.
    Just go to "Utilities" -> "Delete filespaces".

    I'm doing this with a TSM client at level 6.3.0.16,
    don't know if it was available in previous releases.
     

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