Hi Remco!
Could it be that the reusedelay on the storagepool is preventing TSM from 
removing the containers? 
Kind regards,
Eric van Loon
Air France/KLM Storage Engineering

-----Original Message-----
From: ADSM: Dist Stor Manager [mailto:ADSM-L@VM.MARIST.EDU] On Behalf Of Remco 
Sent: donderdag 10 augustus 2017 16:26
Subject: deleting a directory container

Hi all,

On our new tsm 8.1.1 server I have a directory container pool CC_COM that I no 
longer want to use. It has been used as a target pool for protect stg once, but 
when I saw that a subsequent repl node again copies all data because the 
stgpool in the copygroup is CP_COM (which also exists), I decided to do away 
with the CC_COM pool.

So I updated the stgpooldir to destroyed and ran audit container … 

unfortunately, there are still containers in the directory and no matter what I 
do… the server insists that the container directory still has active data. How 
do I get rid of this directory container?


 Met vriendelijke groeten/Kind Regards,

Remco Post
+31 6 248 21 622
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