Tell daosmgr commands for tier 2 storage

The following tell daosmgr commands are available for DAOS tier 2 storage.

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Table 1. Tell daosmgr commands for tier 2 storage
Command Description
tell daosmgr S3 storecred <filename>

Stores S3 credentials specified in <filename> in a Domino® credential store.

For example: tell daosmgr S3 storecred dominocred.txt

tell daosmgr S3 deletecred <named credential> Deletes S3 named credentials from a Domino® credential store. For example: tell daosmgr S3 deletecred dominocos
tell daosmgr S3 show Shows S3 named credentials in the credential store.
tell daosmgr objectinfo <scope> -prefix <string> -olderthan <days> Shows information about attachment objects, where:
  • <scope> can be all (attachments stored locally and in S3), tier1 (attachments stored locally only), tier2 (attachments stored in S3 only), or summary (don't show individual attachments).
  • -prefix <string> is an optional filter to show information only for attachments with a specified prefix string in their NLO keys.
  • -olderthan <days> is an optional filter to show information only for attachments that are older than a specified number of days. Value is an integer.
Note: When scope is all, tier1, or tier2, output is sent to the file objectinfo.txt in the Domino data directory rather to the console due to the length of output. Use the -o <filename> option to give the file a different name or location. For example:
tell daosmgr objectinfo tier2 -o C:\a\tmp\oi.txt
tell daosmgr objectinfo <NLO-file> [-v] Shows information about a single DAOS object file. -v is optional and causes verbose output.
tell daosmgr objectpush { <number_of_days> | <NLO-file> }
  • tell daosmgr objectpush <number_of_days> pushes all tier 1 DAOS objects that were last accessed within <number_of_days> or later to tier 2.

  • tell daosmgr objectpush <NL0-file> pushes a single tier 1 DAOS object to tier 2.

    For example: tell daosmgr objectpush 0A0BBCB71C082A923EA587EE8B8029219D0C525900008CB5.nlo.

    You must include the .NLO file extension.

Used as an alternative to the automatic pushing to tier 2 that occurs according to the DAOS setting Push object to store if not accessed for.

When objects are pushed to tier 2, they are re-encrypted, if necessary, according to the configured DAOS encryption settings. After objects are pushed to tier 2, the corresponding tier 1 objects are deleted.

You do not typically use these commands, as normally objects are pushed automatically. You might use the command to verify proper operation or when working with Support on an issue.

tell daosmgr objectpull { <age> | <NLO-file> | all }
  • tell daosmgr objectpull <number_of_days> pulls all tier 2 DAOS objects that were accessed within <number_of_days> or earlier to tier 1.
  • tell daosmgr objectpull <NLO-file> pulls a single tier 2 object to tier 1.

    For example: tell daosmgr objectpull 0A0BBCB71C082A923EA587EE8B8029219D0C525900008CB5.nl

    You must include the .NLO file extension.

  • tell daosmgr objectpull ALL pulls all tier 2 objects to tier 1. (Use with extreme caution).

You do not normally use these commands, as typically once an object is in tier 2 it remains there. For one use of the command, see Reverting use of DAOS tier 2 storage.

Objects pulled from tier 2 to tier 1 are not re-encrypted. They remain encrypted with the key that was in effect according to the DAOS encryption settings in place when the objectswere pushed to tier 2.

When you pull an object from tier 2 to tier 1 and object sharing across servers is enabled, the object is only deleted from tier 2 if no other servers reference it.

Example: tell daosmgr objectinfo all produces output similar to the following:
Example ouput for tell daosmgr objectinfo all command

Example: tell daosmgr objectinfo all -prefix ab shows information for all attachment objects with an NLO key that starts with the string ab.

Example: tell daosmgr objectinfo all -prefix ab -olderthan 10 shows information for all attachment objects with an NLO key that starts with the string ab and that are more than 10 days old.

Example: tell daosmgr objectinfo tier2 -olderthan 250 shows information for attachments objects in S3 storage that are more than 250 days old.

Example: tell daosmgr objectinfo 4C7305E0090B8D0D3633894F4F3C53A475AAA6D900011C13.nlo produces output similar to the following:
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  NLO_KEY:           4C7305E0090B8D0D3633894F4F3C53A475AAA6D900011C13
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  TIER:              T1
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  SUBCONTAINER:      0
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  STATE:             Shared
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  REFCOUNT:          1
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  IN DOUBT:          FALSE
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  LAST ACCESSED:     08/25/2020 10:19:08 AM
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  AGE:               1
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:05:01 PM  KEY PATH:          0000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Example: tell daosmgr objectinfo 4C7305E0090B8D0D3633894F4F3C53A475AAA6D900011C13.nlo -v produces output similar to the following:
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  NLO_KEY:           4C7305E0090B8D0D3633894F4F3C53A475AAA6D900011C13
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  TIER:              T1
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  SUBCONTAINER:      0
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  STATE:             Shared
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  REFCOUNT:          1
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  IN DOUBT:          FALSE
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  LAST ACCESSED:     08/25/2020 10:19:08 AM
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  AGE:               1
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  KEY PATH:          0000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  LENGTH:            72723
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  ENCRYPTED:         Yes
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  MASTER KEY:        Server RSA
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  PUB KEY CREATION:  02/06/2018 11:30:29 AM
[6B24:0002-2E6C] 08/26/2020 03:04:11 PM  DATA KEY:          AES-128