If that has not changed, then:
PATH_NAME is not usable for placement policies. 
Only the FILESET_NAME attribute is accepted.


One might think, that PATH_NAME is as known on creating a new file as is 
FILESET_NAME, but for some reason the documentation says: 
"When file attributes are referenced in initial placement rules, only the 
following attributes are valid:
FILESET_NAME, GROUP_ID, NAME, and USER_ID. "


 
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From:   Michal Zacek <zac...@img.cas.cz>
To:     gpfsug-discuss@spectrumscale.org
Date:   12/07/2018 10:49
Subject:        Re: [gpfsug-discuss] File placement rule for new files in 
directory
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That's perfect, thank you both.

Best regards
Michal

Dne 12.7.2018 v 10:39 Smita J Raut napsal(a):
If ABCD is not a fileset then below rule can be used-

RULE 'ABCD-rule-01' SET POOL 'fastdata' WHERE PATH_NAME LIKE 
'/gpfs/gpfs01/ABCD/%'

Thanks,
Smita



From:        Simon Thompson <s.j.thomp...@bham.ac.uk>
To:        gpfsug main discussion list <gpfsug-discuss@spectrumscale.org>
Date:        07/12/2018 01:34 PM
Subject:        Re: [gpfsug-discuss] File placement rule for new files in 
directory
Sent by:        gpfsug-discuss-boun...@spectrumscale.org



Is ABCD a fileset? If so, its easy with something like:

RULE 'ABCD-rule-01' SET POOL 'fastdata' FOR FILESET ('ABCD-fileset-name')

Simon

On 12/07/2018, 07:56, "gpfsug-discuss-boun...@spectrumscale.org on behalf 
of zac...@img.cas.cz" <gpfsug-discuss-boun...@spectrumscale.org on behalf 
of zac...@img.cas.cz> wrote:

   Hello,
   
   it is possible to create file placement policy for new files in one 
   directory? I need something like this --> All new files created in 
   directory "/gpfs/gpfs01/ABCD" will be stored in pool "fastdata".
   Thanks.
   
   Best regards,
   Michal
   
   
   

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