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Restore only inactive files to another directory

mknudse112

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Hi
Anyone tried via command to restore inactive (only inactive) files to another directory?
Having more than 65000 files in a folder and maybe 3-400 was deleted - now we like to restore these inactive files to another folder.

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Hi,

Probably a more difficult way:

Code:
select FILESPACE_NAME||HL_NAME||LL_NAME from backups where node_name='NAME' and STATE='INACTIVE_VERSION' and .....
You need to add your own criteria to limit list based on paths.

Output can generate a list of inactive files.

Final command should be

dmc restore -filelist=PathToList /new/path/ -latest
 

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