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cmod do not allow oam storage set assignment for application group that is expire type segment
when an application group is assigned to a storage set that was initially cache only and then a storage node for oam is added and marked for load data....... arsmaint is expiring the cmod indexes, but not the oam directory rows or oam objects.
this issue came to light because OAM's OSMC cycle was running for hours for this specific OAM storage group. Even though CMOD is controlling expiration, OSMC runs a query to grab all rows may needing attention (including expiration from its perspective). Then it determines that the expire exit is not needed.
If not supported, then the definition via the admin client and arsxml should not allow it.
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