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Post Posted: Wed May 21, 2014 5:17 am Reply with quote    Back to top    

DataStage® Release: 8x
Job Type: Parallel
OS: Windows
Hi guru
We want to delete the dataset withing a job using orchadmin del -f /directory/*.ds.
When the job run we have those warnings
Code:

 Item #: 17
   Event ID: 16
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:28
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##I IIS-DSEE-TFCN-00001 13:09:28(000) <main_program>

   Item #: 18
   Event ID: 17
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:28
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: IBM InfoSphere DataStage Enterprise Edition 8.7.0.6614

   Item #: 19
   Event ID: 18
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:28
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: Copyright (c) 2001, 2005-2011 IBM Corporation. All rights reserved

   Item #: 20
   Event ID: 19
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:28
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##I IIS-DSEE-TFCN-00006 13:09:28(001) <main_program> conductor uname: -s=Windows_NT; -r=1; -v=6; -n=T3E23; -m=Pentium

   Item #: 21
   Event ID: 20
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:28
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##I IIS-DSEE-TCOA-00024 13:09:28(002) <main_program> Deleting G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds.

   Item #: 22
   Event ID: 21
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:29
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##I IIS-DSEE-TFSC-00001 13:09:28(003) <main_program> APT configuration file: /tmp/aptoa165800052f539

   Item #: 23
   Event ID: 22
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:29
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##W IIS-DSEE-TFPM-00320 13:09:29(000) <delete data files in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds,0> delete data files in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds: WARNING: APT_PARTITION_NUMBER, currently set to 0, will be overlaid with 0.

   Item #: 24
   Event ID: 23
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:29
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##W IIS-DSEE-TFPM-00320 13:09:29(000) <delete descriptor file in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds,0> delete descriptor file in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds: WARNING: APT_PARTITION_NUMBER, currently set to 0, will be overlaid with 0.

   Item #: 25
   Event ID: 24
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:29
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##W IIS-DSEE-TFPM-00320 13:09:29(001) <delete data files in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds,0> delete data files in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds: WARNING: APT_PARTITION_COUNT, currently set to 1, will be overlaid with 2.

   Item #: 26
   Event ID: 25
   Timestamp: 2014-05-21 13:09:29
   Type: Warning
   User Name: XXXX|XXXX
   Message Id: IIS-DSEE-USBP-00002
   Message: Suppression_DATASET,0: ##W IIS-DSEE-TFPM-00320 13:09:29(001) <delete descriptor file in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds,0> delete descriptor file in delete G:/dev/FWKDEV/DATASET/Ds_IFO_FIC_ENTR.ds: WARNING: APT_PARTITION_COUNT, currently set to 1, will be overlaid with 1.

The deletion works but we don't want the warning.
Thank you
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Post Posted: Wed May 21, 2014 7:49 am Reply with quote    Back to top    

I haven't seen that error before, that is strange. Are you using different dsconfig files? Although I'd prefer to find the problem in the RM command and fix it there, you do have the option to deprec ...

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Post Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 4:11 pm Reply with quote    Back to top    

Hi all

Under windows you can't use the * as a joker with orchadmin.
You have to del the dataset one per one.
I wrote a job sequence to do that and it works fine.
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