Meaning of saveset flags in the mminfo output

Product

NetWorker

 

Description

Meaning of saveset flags in the mminfo output

Understanding saveset flags

 

Resolution

The save set ssflags summary are as follows: CvrENiRPKIFk


C = Continued

v = valid

r = purged (recoverable)

E = Eligible for recycling
N = NDMP generated
i = incomplete
R = Raw (not for savesets backed up using rawasm)
P = snapshot
K = cover
I = In-progress
F = Finished (ended)
k = checkpoint restart enabled


The save set sumflags field summary are as follows:

 

The first flag in the sumflags field shows which part of the saveset resides on the specified tape. The possible values are:


c = Complete (the entire saveset resides on this tape volume)

h = Head (the head, or start of the saveset resides on this tape volume)

m = Middle (the middle of the saveset resides on this tape volume)

t = Tail (the end of the saveset resides on this volume)

 

The second flag byte shows the status of the saveset. We will not be using this flag in our cloning script, the possible values for this flag byte are:


b = Browsable

r = Recoverable

a = Saveset was aborted

I = Saveset is still in progress

E = Eligible for recycling

S = Saveset was scanned in

i = Incomplete saveset


The clone's clflags summary are as follows: aios


a = aborted

i = incomplete
o = opaque (NDMP clone of regular NetWorker savesets)

s = suspect (read error)

The volume's volflags summary are as follows: dr

d = dirty (in use)

r = scan and read-only


The volume's state summary are as follows: EMXA

 

E = Eligible for recycling

M = Manually-recyclable
X = Both
A = Archive or migration volumes.

Refer to KB article esg52083 and mminfo command reference guide fore more information