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In IBM Spectrum Protect, how can I find the storage that a specific node is consuming in the primary storage pool?

  • 1.  In IBM Spectrum Protect, how can I find the storage that a specific node is consuming in the primary storage pool?

    Posted Wed August 18, 2021 04:40 PM
    If you are an Administrator, you can find  where the client file spaces are stored and how much space they occupy by using the Query Occupancy (Query client file spaces in storage pools) command.

    The node_name parameter specifies the node that owns the file spaces that you want to locate. This parameter is optional. You can use wildcard characters to specify names. If you do not specify a value for this parameter, all nodes are queried.

    For examples of this command, see QUERY OCCUPANCY


    In addition, in the Operations Center: On the Clients page, click Details.

     



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    Robert Graczyk
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  • 2.  RE: In IBM Spectrum Protect, how can I find the storage that a specific node is consuming in the primary storage pool?

    User Group Leader
    Posted Thu August 19, 2021 02:25 AM
    if using deduppool you can also run "generate dedupstats nodename" command to examine the nodes logical occupancy. and then run "query dedupstats nodename" for checkin dedup ratio and real consumed capacity on deduppool.

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    NEZIH BOYACIOGLU
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