Re: how to find out the managemnt class a file is bound to?
I guess you could query the BACKUPS table, but that takes a long time.
The way I normally do it, I start the TSM client GUI (or web interface) and
go to restore. Find where the file(s) is/are and the management class is
displayed in one of the columns. You might have to scroll to the right to
see it. If you can't access that node, then from any node with TSM just run
the client with the -VIRTUALNODE= parameter to see the files for that node.
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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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