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Re: Image Catalogues



fixed

   Nice. What happens if I now do an RD on that directory? Does it just
   remove the reference to the Y machine?
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     From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
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     Date: 11/30/2006 11:54AM
     Subject: Re: Image Catalogues

     My solution involved no ftp.
     My solution used the special IFS directory called QFileSvr.400.  Just to
     see how cool QFileSvr.400 is try the following:

     Let's say you are on system X locally.  And you want to see system Y.
     Then
     try the following on system X:
     MD '/QFileSvr.400/Y'
     WRKLNK '/QFileSvr.400/Y'
     All sorts of directories on your remote system should show up.

     Rob Berendt
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     Dept 01.073
     PO Box 2000
     Dock 108
     6928N 400E
     Kendallville, IN 46755
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     Philipp Rusch <philipp.rusch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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     11/30/2006 11:37 AM
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     Re: Image Catalogues

     Chris Bipes schrieb:
     > Create the image catalogue on the remote system and FTP over the files
     > in the IFS then use ADDIMGCLGE:
     >
     > ADDIMGCLGE IMGCLG(PTFCATALOG)
     >            FROMFILE('/iPTF/FileName.bin')
     >            TOFILE(*fromfile)
     >
     > Make sure the TOFILE parm is *fromfile so it does not duplicate the
     > file.
     >
     >
     > Christopher Bipes
     > Information Services Director
     > CrossCheck, Inc.
     >
     > -----Original Message-----
     > From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
     > [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Philipp Rusch
     > Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 7:16 AM
     > To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
     > Subject: Image Catalogues
     >
     > Hello *ALL,
     >
     > does anybody know how to copy or move Image-Catalogues from one system
     > to another (same releases) ?
     > V5R3 and higher ...
     >
     >
     Chris and Rob,

     I did this, ftp'ed them over and added those C6255530_01.... to 06 STMF
     files. I always get an error when
     I start loading PTFs out of this IMGCLG. If I do a check manually (type
     *PTF sort *YES), I get an error, too.
     Looking at the file I see, that this seems to be no pure . ISO9660 data
     anymore after adding to an IMGCLG.
     So I deleted the entries in my IMGCLG, put in these 6 CDs again and
     added them from OPT01.
     THIS time is worked. So I was wondering what I did wrong using the first
     method.
     I checked that I used BIN when tranferring through FTP , so I dont Know
     what went wrong.

     Philipp
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