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Can File SRM report *all* files not accessed in 90 days, 120 days, etc?

I see the DFM reports for "least recently accessed' which can be expanded to list about 20 files, but IHAC looking for a report of *all* files not accessed in 3 months, 4 months, 6 months, etc., to identify candidates for archival.  Can such reporting be done with FileSRM?

Re: Can File SRM report *all* files not accessed in 90 days, 120 days, etc?

The default number of files listed in all srm reports is 20. But the same can be modified by setting the value to a higher number. But the max number of files listed in srm reports, irrespective of the values is 100000.

The options start with srm. Do a dfm options list and grep for srm.

Regards

Adai

Re: Can File SRM report *all* files not accessed in 90 days, 120 days, etc?

Thanks Adai.  Is there any way to get NetApp/DFM to report on *ALL* files not accessed in 90+ days?

I have revised the srm option to 100000, which will allow me to report on the number and cumulative size of files not accessed in the past 90 days, so long as that number does not exceed 100,000.

Regards,

Rick

Re: Can File SRM report *all* files not accessed in 90 days, 120 days, etc?

Hi Rick,

     As I said, earlier 100000 files is the limit and FSRM cant report more than 100000 though we could walk all the files.

Regards

adai