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unused mgmt classes

JonRoenick

ADSM.ORG Member
#1
I have certain management classes that aren't used. The problem is that i don't know all of the ones that are not being used. Is there a way to query which ones ARE used and then by process of elimination i'd find out the ones that AREN'T?

Just trying to tidy up for spring.
 

marclant

ADSM.ORG Moderator
#2
You can see which one are used:
Code:
select distinct n.domain_name,b.class_name from backups b,nodes n where n.node_name=b.node_name

select distinct n.domain_name,a.class_name from archives a,nodes n where n.node_name=a.node_name
 

JonRoenick

ADSM.ORG Member
#4
You can see which one are used:
Code:
select distinct n.domain_name,b.class_name from backups b,nodes n where n.node_name=b.node_name

select distinct n.domain_name,a.class_name from archives a,nodes n where n.node_name=a.node_name
This great! thank you very much
 

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