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directory container containts

Discussion in 'Backup / Archive Discussion' started by Manos, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. Manos

    Manos Active Newcomer

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    Hi,
    I have a directory container that I need to dicomission. Most data have expired but still very few (200G) remain. I need to find out the contents in order to either delete or move them. How can that be done ? Database query ? data restore ?

    Any suggestions
     
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    Manos Active Newcomer

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    the following select statement will provide info on the stored data

    select FILESPACE_ID,FILESPACE_NAME,LOGICAL_MB,NODE_NAME,NUM_FILES,PHYSICAL_MB,REPORTING_MB,STGPOOL_NAME,TYPE,FILESPACE_ID,FILESPACE_NAME,LOGICAL_MB,NODE_NAME,NUM_FILES,PHYSICAL_MB,REPORTING_MB,STGPOOL_NAME,TYPE from OCCUPANCY where stgpool_name='DIRECTORY_POOL'
     

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