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How to check actlog retention period in tsm 7.1 ?

#1
How to check actlog retention period in tsm 7.1 ?

We want to know when was the archival retention period set to 30 days. [from the q act log], need syntax Yesterday we have set "no limit" to keep the archival data on tape. Please find the output below.


2015-03-23-18.37.24

ANR1537I

Archive copy group STANDARD updated in policy domain IITMDOM, set IITMPS, management class IITMMC. (SESSION: 1117)
 

marclant

ADSM.ORG Moderator
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If you issue QUERY STATUS, you will see the actog retention:
Code:
 Activity Log Retention: ## Day(s)
You could search for all the commands that update the copy group:
Code:
q ac begindate=-30 search="update copygroup"
You can put the begindate to larget than -30 if your activity log retention is longer.

You an also see when it was last modified:
Code:
q co IITMDOM IITMPS IITMMC type=archive f=d
 

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