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Spectrum Protect - Tivoli with CMOD Storage Question

#1
Hi,

Hopefully a simple question though just hard for me to research.

I setup a DEVCLASS with multiple DIRECTORIES on 2 different Drives ( Windows System )
I shown here: DEFINE DEVCLASS FDXXXX01 DIR="F:\IMAGES,I:\IMAGES"

The I: Drive was added afterwards with F: Approaching Full
The change worked with Images now going to Both F: and I:

F: is still being used and approaching closer to full or filling up soon

Question:
Is there a threshold setting somewhere or built in that a Drive will stopped being used ?
Or is there another method to stop using the F: Drive

Thought maybe updating the DEVCLASS with just DIR="I:\IMAGES"
But didn't want to take the chance yet of that rendering the Images in F: unable to access

Thanks in Advance
 

Trident

TSM noob with 10 years expirience
ADSM.ORG Moderator
#2
Hi,

SP Server will manage the spacce it self. If you want to 'force' write to F: for a while, just remove it from devclass as you descried your self. It will still fill up volumes in 'filling' state, but new volume will go to i: in your case.
 
#3
Hi,

SP Server will manage the spacce it self. If you want to 'force' write to F: for a while, just remove it from devclass as you descried your self. It will still fill up volumes in 'filling' state, but new volume will go to i: in your case.
Thanks you, appreciate the reply
 

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