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Administrator's Guide Moving Data by Node You can move data located in a sequential-access storage pool for one or more nodes, or a single node with selected file spaces. In contrast to previous sections that discuss moving volumes using the MOVE DATA command, for the following sections you need to use the MOVE NODEDATA command. For this command the data can be located on either a primary or copy storage pool. When the source storage pool is a primary pool, you can move data to other volumes within the same pool or to another primary pool. When the source storage pool is a copy pool, data can only be moved to other volumes within that pool. Notes: 1.You can only move data by node if the data resides in a storage pool whose data format is NATIVE or NONBLOCK. 2.If you are moving files within the same storage pool, there must be volumes available that do not contain the data you are moving. That is, the server cannot use a destination volume containing data that will need to be moved. Task Required Privilege Class Move data by node System, unrestricted storage or restricted storage Moving Data for All File Spaces for One or More Nodes Moving data for all file spaces on one or more nodes is useful: When you want to optimize performance by reducing the number of volume mounts required during a restore operation by consolidating data for a specific node or nodes within a storage pool When you want to move data for specified nodes into a different storage pool

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