Windows doesn't understand UNIX files, UNIX doesn't understand Windows
files, so you aren't going to make this happen with dsmc.
Instead, use dsmadmc (the ADMIN command line) in your script, and use SELECT
to query the information from the BACKUPS table.
Another advantage is that you only need one id & password. Doesn't give you
the sizes, though.
dsmadmc -id=adminid -password=secretword -commadelimited "select node_name,
filespace_name, hl_name, ll_name, date(backup_date) from backups where
From: Yury Us [mailto:us AT SOFTCOMPUTER DOT COM]
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 10:52 AM
To: ADSM-L AT VM.MARIST DOT EDU
Subject: Virtual nodes. UNIX/Windows
I am trying to write a little script to prepare daily report about ORACLE
backups. We are using TDP for ORACLE.
The idea is very simple. For every TDP node I do first "dsmc q f
The next thing is "dsmc q b <file space name> -virtualnode=XXX -passw=YYY"
And here is a problem. dsmc version of 5.2 for windows works ok for windows
nodes, but not for UNIX nodes and vise versa.
Does anybody have an idea how to fix it?
May be there is another solution. I am trying to figure out what files
belongs to the filespace on the node. I need to see their dates and sizes.
Recently I figure out that I have a lot of garbage in TSM that our ORACLE
group losted track. So I am trying to make a daily report and send them to
check what do I have in TSM in fact.
Environment: Server 5.1.8, AIX4.3.3. TDP 2.1.2, dsmc mixture of versions
5.1.5 and 5.2 on windows and AIX5.2