I know when I RSTOBJ physical and logical files from a save file to QTEMP, the QDBSRVxx jobs kick off to rebuild access paths. The
next statement is CPYF with *ADD to QTEMP and blows with a CPF5090
- Unique access path problems prevent updates...
One minor note to add to any confusion... I've run into _somewhat_ similar problems in certain restore circumstances. A technique that
has worked /in these specific cases/ is to issue OPNDBF followed by
CLOF for the relevant logical files before running CPYF. From other
posts, I'd guess that that replaces RGZPFM.
The result has been /as if/ the request-to-open forces the database
to put resources into settling that particular access path ASAP.
I have a kind of simple utility that 'essentially' uses DSPDBR to
list relations. It then does the OPNDBF/CLOF for each keyed relation.
I don't know how/if this relates to the RGZPFM method, but I wouldn't
learning of differences.
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