2020-09-06 22:44:49 UTC
What I can't tell is how many volumes are in the bound volume set. If I mount two members and do a BACKUP/IMAGE/VERIFY and it completes silently, then I suspect I'm OK. I have at least one case (so far) where I have two members (rvn1 and rvn2) and BACKUP starts off by complaining that it cannot get to certain files. Specifically I'm getting:
%BACKUP-E-OPENDIR, error opening directory DISK$VOLUME:[DIR.TREE.PATH]
-SYSTEM-W-NOSUCHFILE, no such file
Now that could be something else entirely, but either way, I'd like to know how to determine whether I have all the volume set members.
For extra credit, in at least one case I have only rvn 2 of a volume set and (since the metadata lives on rvn1 I believe) I can't see any data on it. BACKUP/VOLUME might back that up (or it might not, I'm running V7.2 on VAX) but is it worth doing? Is there any way to get that data back (in a meaningful form)?