I have a "SAVALL" program to do this, along with options to RCLSTG and RCLDLO, and a SIGNOFF or optionally an IPL when finished. It assumes the backup will NOT require a tape change to continue (takes default to Inquiry messages so it won't hang half way - although you can change that if you plan to have someone change the tapes). If anyone is interested in obtaining a copy, email me PRIVATELY ! Neil Palmer DPS Data Processing Services Canada Ltd. 50 Acadia Avenue, Ste.102 OS/400~~~~~ Markham, Ontario, Canada. ____________ ___ ~ Phone:(905) 474-4890 x303 |OOOOOOOOOO| ________ o|__||= Cell.:(416) 565-1682 x303 |__________|_|______|_|______) Fax: (905) 474-4898 oo oo oo oo OOOo=o\ mailto:NeilP@DPSlink.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://www.DPSlink.com IBM iSeries The Ultimate Business Server Chuck Morehead <email@example.com> Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org 2001/09/08 11:15 Please respond to midrange-l To: email@example.com cc: Subject: Re: Save System question You could write a CL program to do this. Here's a basic outline: DLYJOB until you want it to start. ENDSBS *ALL *IMMED to go to restricted state. SAVSYS to save the system. SAVLIB *NONSYS to save all non-system libs. SAVDLO to save the QDLS file system. SAV to save any other file systems you may have in the IFS. SIGNOFF ----- Original Message ----- From: <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Saturday, September 08, 2001 7:47 AM Subject: Save System question > > > Is there a way to have the System Console signed off upon completion of the Save > System? The user is logged on to the system console Save Menu and using option > 21 save entire system and scheduled for a later time in the middle of the night. > Just do not want the terminal signed on when the save finishes. > > Also, what authority rights does the operator really need to do a complete > System Save - must be able to back up all files/libraries and the IFS > directories that are secured.
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