Re: Restoring data after deleting a volume
"del vol disc=yes" will not only delete your primary volume but also your copy
This should work:
move data 00035-L1 # to get as much data of it as possible
upd vol 00035-L1 acc=destroyed
restore vol 00035-L1 (preview=yes)
From: Mike Bantz [mailto:mbantz AT RSINC DOT COM]
Sent: maandag 5 april 2004 16:57
To: ADSM-L AT VM.MARIST DOT EDU
Subject: Restoring data after deleting a volume
So I've got a volume that got all sorts of messed up somehow, one that
resides in my tapepool. I've tried moving the data from it with no luck -
too many errors. Since I should have a copy of this in the copy pool, I
should be all set. So I'm going to delete the volume with discarddata=yes
and make sure I've got the data from the copypool mirrored back onto the
tapepool (onto a new tape somewhere).
Question is, how do I do that? As in syntax? I can't just be "restore vol
00035-L1" or something that simple, right?
Thanks in advance...
Research Systems, Inc