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RE: Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup



fixed

It's a BRMS command, if you don't have BRMS you won't have the command. 


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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Raby, Steve
Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 8:08 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: RE: Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup

what release is that command on, we don't have that here

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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]Namens
Rebecca.Perdue@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Verzonden: maandag 20 november 2006 14:59
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Onderwerp: Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup


Just use the STRBKUBRM command in a job schedule entry:

STRBKUBRM  CTLGRP(SYSTEM) SBMJOB(*NO) /* Do SYSTEM BRMS + 
             Control Group to put system in a + 
             restricted state, backup entire system + 
             and IPL */ 
 
 
MONMSG     MSGID(CPR0000) 

Control Group System

 Group . . . . . . . . . . : SYSTEM
 Default activity  . . . . : *BKUPCY
 Text  . . . . . . . . . . : Backs up the entire system  
  
                         Auxiliary   Weekly    Retain  Save      SWA  
       Backup      List  Storage     Activity  Object  While     Message

 Seq   Items       Type  Pool Device SMTWTFS   Detail  Active    Queue  
   10  *EXIT                         *DFTACT  
   20  *EXIT                         *DFTACT  
   30  *SAVSYS                       *DFTACT  
   40  *IBM                          *DFTACT   *NO     *NO  
   50  *ALLUSR           *SYSBAS     *DFTACT   *ERR    *NO  
   60  *ALLDLO                       *DFTACT   *NO     *NO  
   70  *LINK             *ALLAVL     *DFTACT   *YES    *NO  
   80  *EXIT                         *DFTACT  
  
  

Rebecca Perdue, Systems Programmer
City of Roanoke Department of Technology
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   1. "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup (Darrell A Martin)
   2. Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup
      (Vernon Hamberg)
   3. Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup (Al Barsa)
   4. Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup
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message: 1
date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 13:25:35 -0600
from: Darrell A Martin <DMartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup

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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message: 2
date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 13:32:46 -0600
from: Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup

Since you are using the robot stuff so heavily, I think your best bet 
is to call them. They have lots of experience with this kind of thing 
and have great support. And they can tell you what is possible.

Vern

At 01:25 PM 11/18/2006, you wrote:

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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message: 3
date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 14:37:50 -0500
from: Al Barsa <barsa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup

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

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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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message: 4
date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 13:45:44 -0600
from: pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: "Automated" run of SAVSYS or other BRMS backup

Mine can be started on Friday and wait until Sunday.  Nyah, 
nyah.....................   :-))





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