I am running a command to display the save sets on a pool. The output of the query currently gives all the save sets including expired and non expired.
mminfo -avot -q 'pool=Avamar Metadata Clone' -r "volume,client,sscreate,ssretent,ssflags,ssid,sumflags,level,name"
the output of the query is mix of expired and browsable savesets
volume client created retent ssflags ssid fl lvl name
ZT1076 zkhqapp5 08/06/12 08/13/12 vrEF 1998594688 cE 1 /etc/dfs/sharetab
ZT1076 zkhqapp5 08/06/12 08/13/12 vrEF 1981817472 cE 1 /appl
ZT1076 zkhqapp5 08/06/12 08/13/12 vrEF 1210065576 cE 1 /devices
ZT1406 earth2 03/22/13 03/29/13 vrEF 2353773878 cE full /medfs/CDR
ZT0624 nova2 03/22/13 03/29/13 vF 2051784104 cb incr /u01
ZT1186 light2 03/22/13 03/29/13 vF 2454437132 cb full /pm_gui
ZT1186 light2 03/22/13 03/29/13 vF 2437659920 cb full /appl
ZT1406 zkwhqsdc01 03/22/13 03/29/13 vrEF 1967898051 cE 1 C:\
How can I filter out to display only the expired save sets. I tried to check the ssrecyle option but I am unable to use it.
Any help is much appreciated
Muhammad Asif Iqbal
Hi, Muhammad Asif Iqbal
mminfo -avot -q “pool=Avamar Metadata Clone, recoverable=true” -r "volume,client,sscreate,ssretent,ssflags,ssid,sumflags,level,name"
Thank you bill
it helped a bit since it filtered out the browse able save sets but still showing the recoverable which I do not wanted to be displaced ...but to display only expired save sets since I want to add the same query in a script to delete the expired save sets only.