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fsppmk(1M)							    fsppmk(1M)

       fsppmk - placement policy creation utility


       fsppmk policy [-b] -n policy_name [-v version] [-e]

       fsppmk rule [-b] [-n rule_name] [-t {data|ckpt}] [-e]

       fsppmk select [-b] [-u user_name] [-U user_id]
	  [-g group_name] [-G group_id] [-p pattern]
	  [-d directory [-r]] [-t file_tag] [-e]

       fsppmk create -b -d tier[:balance_size:{KB|MB|GB}], ...	-e

       fsppmk delete [-b] [-s tier, ...]  [-e]

       fsppmk relocate [-b] [-s tier, ...]
	  -d tier[:balance_size:{KB|MB|GB}], ...  [-e]

       fsppmk qualifier -b -q size -t {bytes|KB|MB|GB}
	  -c {gt|gteq|eq|lt|lteq},value -e

       fsppmk qualifier -b -q modage -t {hours|days}
	  -c {gt|gteq|eq|lt|lteq},value -e

       fsppmk qualifier -b -q accage -t {hours|days}
	  -c {gt|gteq|eq|lt|lteq},value -e

       fsppmk qualifier -b -q iotemp -t {nrbytes|nwbytes|nrwbytes}
	  -c {gt|gteq|eq|lt|lteq},value -p days -e

       fsppmk qualifier -b -q accesstemp -t {nreads|nwrites|nrws}
	  -c {gt|gteq|eq|lt|lteq},value -p days -e

       The  fsppmk  command  generates	the  XML  construct for a portion of a
       placement policy.  The fsppmk command outputs the generated XML to std‐
       out,  and  a series of outputs from this command can be concatenated to
       generate a complete placement policy.

       The fsppmk command does not validate the	 resulting  placement  policy,
       although the policy can be validated by the fsppadm command.

       The XML output is not guaranteed to be in a user-friendly format.

Cluster File System Issues
       No cluster issues; command operates the same on cluster file systems.

       create	 Generates a CREATE element.

       delete	 Generates a DELETE element.

       policy	 Generates  the	 leading XML headers with the DTD line and the

       qualifier Generates the qualifier criteria for the RELOCATE and	DELETE

       relocate	 Generates a RELOCATE element.

       rule	 Generates a RULE element.

       select	 Generates  a SELECT element.  Multiple SELECT elements can be
		 generated by a series of fsppmk select commands,  with	 first
		 command invoked with the -b option but without the -e option,
		 and the last command without the -b option but	 with  the  -e
		 option,  and  with  neither  the -b nor the -e options in the
		 intermediary invocations.

       -b	 Specifies the beginning of an element.	 This  option  can  be
		 mandatory or optional depending on the context.

       -c {gt|gteq|eq|lt|lteq},value
		 Specifies  the	 comparison condition and value for the quali‐

       -d directory
		 Specifies the directory.

       -d tier[:balance_size:{KB|MB|GB}], ...
		 Specifies the destination tiers, and  the  balance  size  for
		 those tiers.

       -e	 Specifies  the	 end of an element.  This option can be manda‐
		 tory or optional depending on the context.

       -G group_id
		 Specifies the group ID.

       -g group_name
		 Specifies the group name.

       -n policy_name
		 Specifies the name of the placement policy.

       -n rule_name
		 Specifies the name of the RULE element.

       -p days	 Specifies the period of time over which IOTEMP or  ACCESSTEMP
		 is monitored.

       -q {size|modage|accage|iotemp|accesstemp}
		 Specifies the qualifier type.

       -r	 Specifies recursive selecting.	 -r can be specified only with
		 -d.  If -r is not specified,  files  are  selected  nonrecur‐

       -s tier, ...
		 Specifies the source tiers.

       -t {bytes|KB|MB|GB|hours|days|nrbytes|nwbytes|nrwbytes}
		 Specifies the units for the qualifier.

       -t {data|ckpt}
		 Specifies the type of the RULE element.

       -t file_tag
		 Specifies the file tag.

       -U user_id
		 Specifies the user ID.

       -u user_name
		 Specifies the user name.

       -v version
		 Specifies  the	 VxFS  version	for  which to generate the XML
		 headers, which can be 5.0 or later.  If the -v option is  not
		 specified,  fsppmk will create a version that is supported by
		 the latest VxFS release.  The default is 5.0.

       The following series of commands create a placement policy, Policy1:

	      # fsppmk policy -b -n Policy1 -v 5.0 > mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk rule -b -n Rule1 -t data >> mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk select -b -u User1 -g Group1 -p mpg -d test/dir1 \
		-r -e >> mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk relocate -b -d tier1:MB:2 -s tier2,tier3 >> mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk qualifier -b -q iotemp -t nrwbytes -c gteq,200 \
		-p 10 >> mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk relocate -e >> mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk rule -e >> mypolicy.xml
	      # fsppmk policy -e >> mypolicy.xml
	      # cat mypolicy.xml
	      <?xml version = "1.0"?>
	      <PLACEMENT_POLICY Name="Policy1" Version="5.0">
		<RULE Name="Rule1" Flags="data">
		    <USER> User1 </USER>
		    <GROUP> Group1 </GROUP>
		    <PATTERN> *.mpg </PATTERN>
		    <DIRECTORY Flags="recursive"> test/dir1 </DIRECTORY>
			<CLASS> tier2 </CLASS>
			<CLASS> tier3 </CLASS>
			<CLASS> tier1 </CLASS>
		      <IOTEMP Type="nrwbytes">
			<MIN Flags="gteq"> 200 </MIN>
			<PERIOD> 10 </PERIOD>

       fsppadm(1M), fstag(1M)

       Veritas File System Administrator's Guide

VxFS 5.0			  7 Jan 2008			    fsppmk(1M)

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