Rss Command for modify settings for a specified volume in Windows Server 2008

In this article I am going to explain about how to modify settings for a specified volume by the help of rss command in windows server 2008 operating system.
  • 1245

Rss command for modify settings for a specified volume in Windows Server 2008

The Rss command is used to manage Remote Storage from the command line. Bt the use of Rss command, you can run batch scripts for applications that will allow them to access Remote Storage directly.

Syntax of Rss command for modify settings for a specified volume

rss volume set {<VolumeName1> [<VolumeName2> ...] | *} [/dfs:<DesiredFreeSpace>] [/size:<LowerLimit>] [/access:<DaysNotAccessed>] [/include:<RulePath>] [/exclude:<RulePath>] [/recursive]

Parameters in Rss command for modify settings for a specified volume

It contains following parameter, which is given below:
 
Parameter Description
/dfs:<DesiredFreeSpace> It set the desired free space setting for the volume to the specified percentage (like 10 = 10%).
/size:<LowerLimit> It set the minimum size in kilobytes (kb) for files to be managed.
/access:<DaysNotAccessed> It specifies only those files that have not been accessed in the specified number of days or longer will be managed. 180 days is the default.
/include:<RulePath> It specifies an inclusion rule to be added to the volume, using the format <Path>[:<FileExtension>].
/exclude:<RulePath> It specifies an exclusion rule to be added to the volume, using the format <Path>[:<FileExtension>].
/recursive It is only used with /include or /exclude, and specifies that the rule should be applied to all folders under the given path.

Ask Your Question 

Got a programming related question? You may want to post your question here

Programming Answers here

Categories

More Articles

© 2019 DotNetHeaven. All rights reserved.