DELETE statement examples
|Article:HOWTO59532|||||Created: 2011-10-12|||||Updated: 2011-10-12|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO59532|
<DELETE> <FROM> <SOURCE> <CLASS>tier3</CLASS> </SOURCE> </FROM> </DELETE> <DELETE> <FROM> <SOURCE> <CLASS>tier2</CLASS> </SOURCE> </FROM> <WHEN> <ACCAGE Units="days"> <MIN Flags="gt">120</MIN> </ACCAGE> </WHEN> </DELETE>
The first DELETE statement unconditionally deletes files designated by the rule's SELECT statement that reside on
tier3 volumes when the fsppadm enforce command is issued. The absence of a <WHEN> clause in the DELETE statement indicates that deletion of designated files is unconditional.
See DELETE statement
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