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Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup



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Darrell,

Forget Robot.  You can do this from the console with a start time anytime
in the next 23:59:59 just with OS/400.  If you want longer than 24 hours,
there is a TAA Tool (what else?):

http://www.taatool.com/document/L_save2.htm

Al

Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC

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Our system's had more names than Elizabeth Taylor!

914-251-1234
914-251-9406 fax

http://www.barsaconsulting.com
http://www.taatool.com
http://www.as400connection.com



                                                                           
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Greetings:

Links to specific documents that answer my questions directly will be
warmly received, in fact may be preferred!

I would like to know the most straightforward way to run an automated
"save everything" -- the equivalent of a GO SAVE 21. ****Is this the best
choice in my situation??**** Knowing how to do this by Saturday, December
2 may extend my time at the zoo that day! (I have a BlackBerry "terminal
on my hip" and Robot/Alert to my cell phone for problems....)

My environment will be Period End Saturday afternoons. The tape library
will be loaded in advance (duh). We use Robot/Schedule for automation. I
can use Robot to bring down interactive subsystems and run preliminary
jobs. That is already in production or clearly understood.

When the prelim stuff is complete I want Robot to kick off the backup. I
plan to arrive during the backup job, which currently takes about 4 hours,
and go from there.

Handling the system restart is also a question, for the future, but since
I eventually want Robot to start kicking off jobs as soon as the system is
back up, I think Help/Systems (Robot) excellent tech support people will
probably be my best resource.

Darrell

Darrell A. Martin  -  630-754-2187
Manager, Computer Operations
dmartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



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