> mminfo -s <servername> -r
> lists the Tape with:
> DLD882 38 GB full 196 3013 11/23/03 12/06/01 11/22/03 11/21/05
So my question is... What happened to all the data on the volume?
You've saved several files on it, but none of them are visible in the
database any longer.
Unless you've explicitly deleted them (nsrmm -d -S <ssid>), then they
should still be in the database.
> Any query concerning information about savesets fails to list the tape
> (naturally ok)
> I know Networker would recycle the tape if the retention policy is setup
> for a shorter period.
"the" retention policy? Which retention policy? Retention policies
affect client instances. Without a saveset to associate it with a
client, there's no reason for an expiration date.
I think the savesets on here were prematurely deleted, but I cannot
begin to guess why that happened.
Darren Dunham ddunham AT taos DOT com
Senior Technical Consultant TAOS http://www.taos.com/
Got some Dr Pepper? San Francisco, CA bay area
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