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GRoup Specifies that collocation is enabled at the group filetypf for client nodes or file spaces. MIGRation Specifies that data is written simultaneously to copy storage pools and active-data pools only during migration to this storage pool.
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DEFINE STGPOOL (Define a primary storage pool assigned to sequential access devices)
MAXSIze Specifies the maximum size for a physical file that the server can store in the storage pool. Specify a value of 50 percent or greater for this parameter so that files stored on two volumes can be combined onto a single output volume.
Use this parameter to ensure that when you restore the database to an earlier level, database references to files in the storage pool are still valid. Collocates the data by node for file spaces that are not explicitly defined to a file space collocation group.
Client options, such as deduplication, compression, and encryption, can cause the actual amount of data that is sent to the server to be larger or smaller than the size estimate. When you calculate the value for this parameter, consider the following resources that are required for reclamation processing: Processes that are waiting for files to work on are idle. The server stores the file in the next storage pool that can accept the file size.
This parameter is not available for storage pools that use the following data formats: The copy storage pool list is active only for the life of the client session and applies to all the primary storage pools in a particular storage pool hierarchy. You can have access to the different words which accompany that certain word within different contexts.
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The active-data pool list is active only for the life of the session and applies to all the primary storage pools in a particular storage pool hierarchy. Collocation can also impact the number of processes migrating disks to sequential pool. If data is being written simultaneously and a write failure occurs to any copy storage pool or active-data pool, the failing storage pool is removed and the data migration process continues.
Volumes that are emptied by reclamation can be checked out of the library, freeing slots for new volumes. To run eight reclamation processes simultaneously, you need a total of at least 16 mount points and 16 drives.
You can download the file Lowering the value allows the server to consolidate data onto fewer volumes when needed.
However, the simultaneous-write configuration is accepted. However, it is possible that the storage operation might fail because, at the time the actual storage operation is attempted, the space is no longer available. No Specifies that the server stops migration when no eligible files remain to be migrated, even before reaching the low migration threshold.
You can specify an integer 0 – Whenever possible, the server stores the data for a single node on a single tape. For next storage pools with a device type of FILE, the server completes a preliminary check to determine whether sufficient space is available.
Reclamation makes the fragmented space on volumes usable again by moving any remaining unexpired files from one volume to another volume, thus making the original volume available for reuse.
IBM Generation 3 drives and later with Generation 2 media and later. If the number of migration processes you specify is more than the number of available mount points or drives, the processes that do not obtain mount points or drives will wait for mount points or drives to become available.
collocxtion The number of available mount points and drives depends on other IBM Spectrum Protect and system activity and on the mount limits of the device classes for the sequential access storage pools that are involved in the migration.
None Specifies that the simultaneous-write function is disabled.
Errors are identified after data is written to tape. Whenever possible, the server collocates data that belongs to filetye group of nodes on a single tape or on as few tapes as possible. The IBM Spectrum Protect server will start the specified number of migration processes regardless of the number of volumes that are eligible for migration.
The number of sequential storage pools. No Specifies that collocation is disabled.