Re: how to find out the managemnt class a file is bound to?
Quickest way, if the client is handy, is to start the b/a client and open
the RESTORE window.
Navigate through the file tree until you can display the file.
Scroll to the far right of the window, and you will see the management
select * from backups where node_name='NNNNNNN' and ll_name like
NNNNNN must be upper case
the % in the filename is a generic match.
The letters you put in to match are mixed-case for UNIX clients, must be ALL
UPPER CASE for Windows.
From: Christian Wadl [mailto:christian.wadl AT CHELLO DOT AT]
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 4:47 PM
To: ADSM-L AT VM.MARIST DOT EDU
Subject: how to find out the managemnt class a file is bound to?
Is there a (easy) way to check to which management class a file is bound..?
A kind of DB queryy maybe? (select * from ??? where mgmtclass=??? ..
something this way..)
Thanks for help
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