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i want to know if i can add to this script start date and end date

like between 12/08/2013 to 12/08/2014 for tsm server version 6 & 7

 TOTALDATA - Desc="Display amount of data stored on TSM (auditocc)"

SELECT CAST(FLOAT(SUM(backup_mb))/1024 as DEC(8,1)) as BACKUP_GB, CAST(FLOAT(SUM(backup_copy_mb))/1024 as DEC(8,1)) as BACKUP_COPY_GB, CAST(FLOAT(SUM(archive_mb))/1024 as DEC(8,1)) as ARCHIVE_GB, CAST(FLOAT(SUM(archive_copy_mb))/1024 as DEC(8,1)) as ARCHIVE_COPY_GB, CAST(FLOAT(SUM(total_mb))/1024 as DEC(8,1)) as TOTAL_GB from auditocc
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The AUDITOCC table does not contain a history.
That's because it is recreated at each run of "AUDIT LICENSES".

So it doesn't contain any timestamp column to run a "where" clause against.

The "OCCUPANCY" table which keeps continuous storage occupancy records
doesn't contain timestamps either.

In fact, there is no way to query how the occupancy of TSM storage looked in the past
 if you don't keep continuous records yourself (e. g. by running a daily script to store daily values) .
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