15.11 - list_save_sets - Data Stream Architecture

Teradata Data Stream Architecture (DSA) User Guide

prodname
Data Stream Architecture
vrm_release
15.11
created_date
December 2016
category
User Guide
featnum
B035-3150-026K

Purpose

The list_save_sets command lists all valid save sets for a given job name.

Syntax

list_save_sets -n|-name Name -C -F|-filter Filter -v|backup_version BackupVersion -B|backup_repository

Examples

dsc list_save_sets -n job1 -F last_week

dsc list_save_sets -n targetgroup1 -F last_week -B

dsc list_save_sets -n job2 -C

Parameters

n|name Name
The name of the job or target group for its save sets. If -B is not specified, name refers to a backup job. If -B is specified, name refers to a repository target group name.
job1
C
[Optional] Lists the correlated save sets that result when you run the skipped objects option with run_job -I. The save set missing the skipped objects is listed first and the save set containing the skipped objects is listed second.
The specified job must be part of a correlated pair.
Save sets are not listed if they have expired.
# dsc list_save_sets -n LV500001 -C
F|filter Filter
[Optional] Filter the save sets by the stop_time. Enter one of the following:
  • last_week
  • last_month
  • last_year
last_month
v|backup_version BackupVersion
[Optional] Backup version number. Enter latest or 0 for the latest save set.
latest
B|repository_backup Repository Backup
[Optional] View the backup repository for DSC repository backup save sets.
b|bucket BucketNumber
[Optional] Select a bucket number to display a grouping of data when too many results return to display at once. The command output notifies you if there are more buckets of data to display.

Usage Notes

If you specify the -B parameter and no save sets are available, the command builds a job plan from data or metadata files, if they exist.

If you run list_save_sets -C against a job that has no correlated pairs, the No SaveSets found error is generated.

XML File Example

This command does not support an XML file.