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TSM Migration with Replication missing files

NoTe

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Hello,

We have replicated 2 nodes from a TSM 6.3.4 AIX to a TSM 7.1.9 Linux.
However, we noticed that some files were missing that were older than 10 years and we think it's probably related to the copygroup domain in TSM 7.1.9 having retver of 10 years.

That said and if that's the case, are we able to re-enable again the nodes with SyncReceive and SyncSend for both target and source nodes, in order to replicate the rest after changing the copygroup rentention to 7400 days?
What happens if we replicate a node to the target TSM that already has new documents archived? will it delete the existing documents or won't it be able to replicate the remaining files to the target anymore?

Thanks
 

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