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RE: Saving Spool Files for a Migration


SNADS can be used to transfer spool files. The USERID will be changed to the
USERID of the receiving user on the receiving system. I don't know what
other attributes are affected.

TAATOOLS has a spool file archive facility that claims to preserve the
attributes. There are other commercial products that can transfer/archive
spool files. 

Steve Morrison
Beacon Insurance

-----Original Message-----
From: kirkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:kirkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 3:03 PM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Saving Spool Files for a Migration

 I have a client on a 620 running 5.2 moving to an i5 running 5.3. We need
to move around a 1,000 spoolfiles to te new box. We need to make sure that
all the external attributes are restored as well, so a simple copy to a pf
and restore isn't going to cut it. This will be a once or maybe twice deal.

I don't need something very fancy, but functional since it's a 1 time deal.
What has the group here used? Will BRMS at 5.2 handle spoolfiles? 
I've heard that the spoolfile restore is terrible in BRMS, at least time


Kirk Goins CCNA
Systems Engineer, Manage Inc.
IBM Certified iSeries Solutions Expert
IBM Certified iSeries e-Business Infrastructure IBM Certified Designing IBM
e-business Solutions Office 503-353-1721 x106 Cell 503-577-9519
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