Thanks to all who replied to my question about running SAVSYS "automated". With the holiday (I took the entire week off), I haven't had a chance to reply to all of them, but I have read every one. Al: I can't forget Robot. It is crucial for making sure that certain things happen before the backup kicks off. The length of time for these preliminary processes is variable, and it is important for the system not to be sitting there waiting for an arbitrary time to be reached. (Translation: it is important for ME that the system doesn't sit there idle because leaving for home is a dependent process [grin].) Darrell Darrell A. Martin - 630-754-2187 Manager, Computer Operations dmartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 11/18/2006 01:37:50 PM:
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.