Commands by BodoGreif (1)

  • spectrum protect's dsmc command shows file names and total amount of restore. This command shows which files are actually open and their siz in GB and highlights the change to the previous output Show Sample Output


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    watch -n60 -d 'lsof -w /filesysname|grep -v NAME|awk '\''{$7=int($7/1073741824) " GB"; print $7, $9}'\'''
    BodoGreif · 2019-09-02 11:49:20 0

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