This will take care of any profiles that have been added or changed, but
you'll still have to clean up the deleted profiles yourself.
You can also use USRPRF(*NEW) to restore new profiles only or
OMITUSRPRF(Q*) to skip the IBM profiles. Make sure that the profile
that you use for the restore is known to both systems and you know the
passwords. If you are restoring any profiles with *ALLOBJ authority
make sure the you profile used for the restore has *ALLOBJ and *SECADM.
I'll go out on a limb here and assume that you're not restoring from an
LPAR that's at SECLVL 10 or 20...
Be sure to run RSTAUT after RSTUSRPRF.
Senior IBM Support Specialist
From: Robert Gray [mailto:robert.gray@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2008 10:55 AM
Subject: Restoring User Profiles to a new system
I am looking for the best way to restore User Profiles from an LPAR
running V5R3 to an LPAR running V5R4M0. I have run the SAVSECDTA
DEV(*SAVF) SAVF('lib/savf') and SAVRSTOBJ OBJ(obj) LIB(lib)
RMTLOCNAME(remotesystem) OBJTYPE(*FILE) and will run RSTUSRPRF
DEV(*SAVF) SAVF(lib/savf) ALWOBJDIF(*ALL) on the new LPAR in restricted
state. Does anyone have any advice or issues with this procedure. There
are several hundred users that have been added/deleted since the scratch
install/upgrade/testing on the new system and this seems to quickest way
to get the systems in sync before we go live.
Thanks for any help.
Robert G Gray
AAA Cooper Transportation
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Dothan, Al 36303
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