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How to? MOVE and handling out of space

Discussion in 'Support' started by Charles G, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. Charles G

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    I have a MOVE /S that will run out of space on the destination path, but yet will keep going down the source path. I would like to have the MOVE stop once there is an error but an unsure of how to do this. Oh and I am doing this from the command line - no BTM or similar. Would I use ON ERROR or something else? And also would i need to use a BTM for the ON ERROR ?

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  2. rconn

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    You'll have to use a batch file -- MOVE will not stop on an error (though it does return an error). This is WAD -- other users wanted MOVE to continue if it failed to move a large file but could still move a bunch of little ones.
     
  3. nikbackm

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    Hmm, conflicting requirements... new command option to the rescue!?
     

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