Marking an SSID or CLONEID as suspect-notsuspect
# mminfo -avot -q suspect -r ssid,cloneid,volume
The above will output the saveset id, it’s clone id and the volume in which the savesets are marked as suspect.
You could copy the output into a spreadsheet if you want, so it’s easier to make off which savesets you’ve updated;
Now one at a time we can run the nsrmm command on the NetWorker server and change the status of the saveset, for example:
# nsrmm -y -o notsuspect -S 2617625/1346792
# nsrmm -y -o notsuspect -S 3615675/1526718
# nsrmm -y -o notsuspect -S 5317721/1746601
The list of the entire ssid/clone id will be marked as notsuspect and then can be shown for running a clone job or for a recovery.
- The same method is used for deleting multiple save sets or clone id by using the nsrmm -d command
- Replace the above example with the right command and the correct SSID or Clone id
- Make sure the SSID’s before deletion as once deleted cannot be retrieved.