Have some old places I've been told to dispose of. I ran
load qptool archive -dir quickrArchive -p testofthesystem
Waiting until done. Checked
dspf '/domino/xqp02/data/qptool.archive.xml'
and had the appropriate
<code>0</code>
Repeated for each old place. Then I ran
SAV DEV('/qsys.lib/tapmlb04.devd')
OBJ(('/domino/xqp02/data/quickrArchive'))
OUTPUT(*PRINT)
Then I ran
load qptool remove -p testofthesystem
Checked dspf '/domino/xqp02/data/qptool.remove.xml'
and had the appropriate
<code>0</code>
Repeated for each place. However the data is still in
/Domino/XQP02/data/lotusquickr
For example: /Domino/XQP02/data/lotusquickr/testofthesystem
Do I now just use the OS to delete these directories?
Wait, I stumbled upon a trouble shooting document that tangentially
mentioned
load qptool remove -cleanup
This got the data out of lotusquickr. Do I manually delete the
directories out of
quickrArchive
now? If so, it would be no big shakes for me to run
QSH
rm -r /Domino/XQP02/data/quickrArchive

Rob Berendt

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