Re: [ADSM-L] Archiving problem

2011-07-20 21:15:39
Subject: Re: [ADSM-L] Archiving problem
From: Andrew Raibeck <storman AT US.IBM DOT COM>
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2011 21:10:32 -0400
How about:

q ar dochub\restore:* -subdir=yes

If that doesn't work, try configuring the web client on the NetWare
machine, then you can use the graphical browser to verify that there
objects at all under that file space.

Best regards,

Andy Raibeck
IBM Software Group
Tivoli Storage Manager Client Product Development
Level 3 Team Lead
Internal Notes e-mail: Andrew Raibeck/Hartford/[email protected]
Internet e-mail: storman AT DOT com

IBM Tivoli Storage Manager support web page:

"ADSM: Dist Stor Manager" <ADSM-L AT vm.marist DOT edu> wrote on 2011-07-20

> From: "Hughes, Timothy" <Timothy.Hughes AT OIT.STATE.NJ DOT US>
> To: ADSM-L AT vm.marist DOT edu
> Date: 2011-07-20 18:35
> Subject: Re: Archiving problem
> Sent by: "ADSM: Dist Stor Manager" <ADSM-L AT vm.marist DOT edu>
> Since we are on the subject of Archive how do you check the size of a
> Fileset ADOCGWS_10-30-2009
> The following was tried
> q filespace
> reports dochub\restore:
> q ar dochub\restore:
> q ar dochub\restore:  (tried appending /, \, /*, \*) same results
> Then tried q ar -subdir=yes dochub\restore:
> Same results, no files have previously been archived for "dochub
> Thanks
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ADSM: Dist Stor Manager [mailto:ADSM-L AT VM.MARIST DOT EDU] On
> Behalf Of Prather, Wanda
> Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 1:49 PM
> Subject: Re: Archiving problem
> Responses at bottom:
> =======================================================================
> I have a client system administrator attempting to archive files
> with a command like:
> dsmc archive '/CMS/oldpatients/039*' -subdir=y -archmc=ro_patient \
> -description='Xio 4.51 07/19/2011 ND'
> Files that are in oldpatients and have names starting with '039' get
> archived. In cases where a subdirectory of oldpatients has a name
> starting with '039' and contains one file, the subdirectory and the
> one file get archived. In cases where a subdirectory of oldpatients
> has a name starting with '039' and contains multiple files and
> further levels of subdirectories, neither the subdirectory nor any
> of its descendents get archived.
> The system uses TSM client code under Linux with a 2.6.9-42
> kernel (probably RHEL 4).
> Is the client supposed to behave this way? If not, is a more current
> client code level likely to help?
> ======================================================================
> If I understand your problem correctly, yes this is correct client
> behavior, and works the same in all subsequent client levels.
> This has always been a common trap, because if you look up
> "wildcard" in the client book, the first reference to it says "* is
> the match-all character".  But if you keep reading, a later
> reference to "wildcard" says:  "In a command, wildcard characters
> can only be used in the file name or extension. They cannot be used
> to specify destination files, file systems, or directories".  So *
> is not a wildcard for matching directory names.

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