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What are the different file level commands a user can execute on Guardian?

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Storage offers a File Explorer-like interface to NonStop disks & files, with various features and commands. Two viewing options of Guardian and OSS (Open System Services) are available:

Guardian File level commands

All Volumes, and their current used percentage are displayed on the left side of the right panel. Use the displayed Icon to sort for name or % usage. Click on a Volume name to select It. List and count of Subvolumes for a selected Volume is displayed on the right panel. Click on a volume to see a list of its files (file count and total usage In MB are displayed on the top of the right panel. Click on a file name to see a popup menu of available commands:

  • Properties. Opens a new Window and displays detail file information.
  • Obey. This option is valid for files with file code 101 (text files).  Obeys the selected file and displays the results in a new Window. Start and stop time stamp will also be displayed to determine the time it takes to complete the operation.
  • Run. This option is valid for TACL Macro files with file code 101 (text files). The pop-up that displays gives you the option to run the macro in a nowait format and specify an output location.
  • Rename: Prompts you to change the file name (volume & sub-volume names remain the same).
  • Alter. Prompts you with the option to alter file code, owner, file security, and maximum extents. You may alter multiple attributes at once.
  • Delete. Upon your confirmation, purges the file.
  • Duplicate. Prompts you with a dialog box where you can enter the full file name (volume.subvolume.filename) where you want this file to be duplicated to. Its alternate key files or other partitions, if any, are not affected. Current volume and Subvolume where the file is located are used as default.
  • Opened By. This option is available only when a file is open. It displays a list of processes which have this file opened.
  • Move. Prompts you with a dialog box where you can enter the full file name (volume.subvolume.filename) where you want this file to be moved to. This deletes the file from its current location and moves it to the target location. Its alternate key files or other partitions, if any, are not affected. File’s current volume and Subvolume is used as default.

 

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