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- Access TSM with GUI
- Access TSM with Command Line
- Checkpoint Restart
- Disaster Recovery Plan
Access Archived Files
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Grant Access To Other User Using GUI
You need to login into an internal login node. External login nodes will not work. Please see the login page here.
Once logged in, enter the following commands.
$ module load java $ dsmj -se=userid
On the main page, go to Utilities , Node Access List, it will open up a window which shows you who has the access privileges to your node.
To add new users to your access list, click Add on the right hand side of the panel. Select Archived Objects on Permit Access to. Add the userid to the column Grant Access to Node and leave * on the User column. If you only want to grant the access of some certain files/directories, you can select that file/directory on the Filespace and Directory column, or fill in the Filename and Include subdirectories part.
Click OK to submit the rule.
You can view/change/delete these access rules on the Node Access List window.
Access Other User’s Data Using GUI
After you launched the GUI of TSM (see above), on the main window, go to Utilities, Access Other Node.
On the popped-up window, enter userid that you would like to access on both column Node Name and User Name. Click Set and you can navigate and retrieve as normal.
Grant Archive Access To Other User(s) Using the Command Line
The TSM command to grant access to your files is “set access“. The syntax for “set access” is:
Set Access Archive/Backup $filespect $nodename $userid
If the parameter $userid is omitted, by default it points to all users(*).
To grant user2 access to your archived files:
$ dsmc -se=my_userid Protect> set access archive * user2 ANS1148I 'Set Access' command successfully completed
To grant user2 access to some of your archived files:
$ dsmc -se=my_userid Protect> set access archive path-to-file user2
To query who can access your files:
$ dsmc q access -se=my_userid Type Node User Path ---- ---------------------------- Archive user2 * *
To delete the access rules, for example:
$ dsmc delete access -se=jiangd03 Index Type Node User Path ----- ---- ---------------------------- 1 Archive THAKUB02 thakub02 /hpc/users/jiangd03/*/* 2 Archive THAKUB01 * /hpc/users/jiangd03/find-active-user-mail/* 3 Archive THAKUB01 * /hpc/users/jiangd03/find-active-user-mail/*/* Enter Index of rule(s) to delete, or quit to cancel:
This command will list all the access rules by index. You can enter the index number if you want to delete that rule.
Access other user’s archived files using command line
After the access is granted by user1, you can query and retrieve user1‘s archived file:
$ dsmc q archive -se=my_userid -fromnode=user1 -fromowner=user1 path-to-file $ dsmc retrieve -se=my_userid -fromnode=user1 -fromowner=user1 path-to-file path-to-my-dir
Note: After retrieval, the owner and group of the retrieved file will automatically changed to be the same as retriever.