Re: Delete a single file on TSM

2004-04-28 11:45:46
Subject: Re: Delete a single file on TSM
From: "Chang, Calvin" <Calvin.Chang AT MOODYS DOT COM>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 11:41:47 -0400
Is there any way to initiate the file deletion from the Server side? Doesn't
the Expire command only mark the file inactive and depending on the
management class it goes out and expires it? What I need to do is to delete
one file both inactive/active from a specific client on an ad-hoc basis
without any intervention on the clients side.

Is there any way to delete from the TSM server's database itself?

Thanks for the previous response Richard! =)

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Sims [mailto:rbs AT BU DOT EDU]
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 11:13 AM
Subject: Re: Delete a single file on TSM

>Is there anyway to delete a single file/s from the TSM Database?

Use the client EXPire command, or do backups of a dummy surrogate
to push the old one off the cliff.

   Richard Sims


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