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TSM query process command

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Hello All,

I am giving query process command wherein it shows following output :

Process Process Description  Status                                          
  Number                      
-------- -------------------- -------------------------------------------------
     236 Backup Storage Pool  Primary Pool TBACK6, Copy Pool CBACK6, Files    
                               Backed Up: 5, Bytes Backed Up: 297,989,200,385,
                               Unreadable Files: 0, Unreadable Bytes: 0.      
                               Current Physical File (bytes): 215,013,847,989  
                               Current input volume: 006008. Current output    
                               volume: 005513.                 "

Now here I can see that it is currently backing up file of 215GB, but how can I know exactly what is the progress on that, how much file is backed up out of 215GB. Is there a way to find out. I know "q con copied=no f=d" where in it will show the size of the file. But I want to know the progress of copying i.e..how much of 215 GB is done ??

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virgo
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No way.
TSM does not record intermediate results, unfortunately.

wmp
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Any other way to find out ..
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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Nope.

The BYTES_PROCESSED column of the PROCESSES table is even more imprecise as the Q PR display, because it records only completed aggregates, not individual files.

The PCT_UTILIZED column of VOLUMES would as well only account for completed files, and the BYTES column of SUMMARY doesn't account for other than completed processes as a whole.

No way, as I wrote.

wmp

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Thanks for the confirmation.

Virgo
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