Yes that is relevant. That probably means they were picked up by your other storage pool. You can check with "q vol RDP000LV" I believe in the past I have manually added volumes to a storagepool probably with "def volume" But, it has been a while ago.
[image: OCIO-logo-Transparent.png] <https://ocio.iowa.gov/> Lynn Hall Information Technology Specialist IV Platform Services Office of the Chief Information Officer 1305 E Walnut Street | Des Moines, IA 50319 - Mailing mobile 515-669-4325 ocio.iowa.gov [image: social media icons_Twitter cir.png] <https://twitter.com/IowaOCIO>[image: social media icons_LinkedIn cir.png] <https://www.linkedin.com/company/state-of-iowa> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 4:18 PM Lucian Vlaicu <lucian.vla...@gmail.com> wrote: > Not sure if is relevant but yesterday all these were scratch > > > tsm: ARDTSM1>q libvol > > Library Name Volume Name Status Owner Last Use > Home Device > Element Type > ------------ ----------- ---------------- ---------- > --------- ------- ------ > LIBIBM3500 RDP000LV > Scratch 2,734 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP003LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,743 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP004LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,755 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP005LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,760 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP006LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,762 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP007LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,777 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP008LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,794 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP009LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,823 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP010LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,824 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP011LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 2,904 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP012LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 3,900 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP013LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 3,934 LTO > LIBIBM3500 RDP014LV Private ARDTSM1 Data > 3,935 LTO > > > Now i see only first one is scratch and the rest are private? how did > they got in private since was not used? > > On 3/25/2020 3:22 PM, Sasa Drnjevic wrote: > >> Maximum Scratch Volumes Allowed: 999 > >> Number of Scratch Volumes Used: 0 > > Obviosuly not a problem.... > > > > Some other possibilities: > > > > -how many scratch tapes are available in total? > > -what is the size of data in STDHRDISKW pool? > > -do you have any idea of file sizes in STDHRDISKW pool? > > -ownership and permissions for Tape devices? > > > > For example, Linux shoud be: > > > > crw-rw-rw- 1 tsmadm tsmadm 238, 1024 Feb 24 14:51 /dev/IBMtape0n > > > > > > Rgds, > > > > -- > > Sasa Drnjevic > > www.srce.unizg.hr/en/ > > > > > > > > > > On 25.3.2020. 14:07, Lucian Vlaicu wrote: > >> tsm: ARDTSM1>q stgpool STDHRLTO5W f=d > >> > >> Storage Pool Name: STDHRLTO5W > >> Storage Pool Type: Primary > >> Device Class Name: ULTRIUM5W > >> Estimated Capacity: 0.0 M > >> Space Trigger Util: > >> Pct Util: 0.0 > >> Pct Migr: 0.0 > >> Pct Logical: 0.0 > >> High Mig Pct: 90 > >> Low Mig Pct: 70 > >> Migration Delay: 0 > >> Migration Continue: Yes > >> Migration Processes: 1 > >> Reclamation Processes: 1 > >> Next Storage Pool: > >> Reclaim Storage Pool: > >> Maximum Size Threshold: No Limit > >> Access: Read/Write > >> Description: > >> Overflow Location: > >> Cache Migrated Files?: > >> Collocate?: Group > >> Reclamation Threshold: 50 > >> Offsite Reclamation Limit: > >> Maximum Scratch Volumes Allowed: 999 > >> Number of Scratch Volumes Used: 0 > >> Delay Period for Volume Reuse: 0 Day(s) > >> Migration in Progress?: No > >> Amount Migrated (MB): 0.00 > >> Elapsed Migration Time (seconds): 0 > >> Reclamation in Progress?: No > >> Last Update by (administrator): ADMIN > >> Last Update Date/Time: 03/23/20 22:30:50 > >> Storage Pool Data Format: Native > >> Copy Storage Pool(s): > >> Active Data Pool(s): > >> Continue Copy on Error?: Yes > >> CRC Data: No > >> Reclamation Type: Threshold > >> Overwrite Data when Deleted: > >> Deduplicate Data?: No > >> Processes For Identifying Duplicates: > >> Duplicate Data Not Stored: > >> Auto-copy Mode: Client > >> Contains Data Deduplicated by Client?: No > >> > >> > >> tsm: ARDTSM1> > >> > >> On 3/25/2020 3:01 PM, Sasa Drnjevic wrote: > >>> q stgpool NEXTPOOL f=d > > -- > This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. > https://www.avast.com/antivirus >