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Can we add an expiration date to a optical disk rendering it useless after a specific date? We also need to prevent users from rolling back the clock to fix the issue.
Hi, we are having some problems with the behavior of our backup process, since its using the latest / newly expired tapes instead of those which are expired long ago. As a result, the newly expired tapes doesnt get cleaned (STRMNTBRM) since it already has new files in it, together with the older...
I am chasing a simple CL program to check if the currently loaded tape has the data as *expired so it can be written to under BRMS. It shouldn't be that hard but I've searched for literally days and can't find anyone to help.