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What file level permissions can I perform?

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About Storage Analyzer

Storage Analyzer captures daily snapshots of all Disks and files, which are then analyzed and stored in a historical indexed database. This information is retained for any period determined by the system administrator. Main screen displays the analyses in one simplified view for the most recent date. A date control on top allows the user to do the same for any previous date for which data is available. This date control is available on all screens, except for list of files which reverts to current time, showing current actual files on NonStop. 

Disks
  • Disks section at the bottom displays the following information per Disk drive (Physical), as of the selected date:
    • Size GB. Size in Gigabyte
    • % Used. Percent used
    • Delta MB. Variation in MB used spaced when compared to the prior date.
    • New MB/. In Megabyte total size of the files newly created on that date.
    • Days to 90%. Based on past 30-day history, days before this Disk reaches 90% of its capacity.
    • Days to 100%. Based on past 30-day history, days before this Disk reaches its full capacity.

You may click on a Volume name displayed on the table, to open a new window which displays the breakdown of all files on that disk, per Subvolume. Click on a Subvolume on that window, to open a new window and see a list of current files in that Subvolume. Click on a filename on that window to select and carry out simple file commands.

File Permissions
  • Properties. Opens a new Window and displays detail file information.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Rename. Rename the file.
  • 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.
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