[gpfsug-discuss] Who uses TSM to archive HSMd data (inline) ?
Jez.Tucker at rushes.co.uk
Fri Mar 1 09:56:39 GMT 2013
AFAIK it does not do inline for backups. I may be entirely wrong. It might depend on our setup.
It definitely does for archive, which is where we are seeing our issue.
That said, it looks at present like a memory allocation bug which the deb team are working on fixing.
We're limited to filelists no bigger than 4000 files at present as a work around.
I was looking to archive 195K files so you can imagine how inefficient that is.
Let me drag out the actual reference doc when I get into work.
From: Luke Raimbach [mailto:luke.raimbach at oerc.ox.ac.uk]
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I really hope this isn’t a problem as I will want to end up doing this.
Does it do in-line copy when you backup TSM HSMd data using TSM? Surely it does?
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Subject: [gpfsug-discuss] Who uses TSM to archive HSMd data (inline) ?
I have to ask Does anyone else do this?
We have a problem and I’m told that “it’s so rare that anyone would archive data which is HSMd”.
I.E. to create an archive whereby a project is entirely or partially HSMd to LTO
- online data is archived to tape
- offline data is copied from HSM tape to archive tape ‘inline’
Surely nobody pulls back all their data to disk before re-archiving back to tape?
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