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Re: Can you make BRMS "HA aware"?



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Sounds like you want to add user information to the system recovery report.
Use the URL below to know more about how to add user information to BRMS
recovery report

http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/slkbase.nsf/1ac66549a21402188625680b0002037e/0e63f4189f47bd33862575670053f22d?OpenDocument&Highlight=2,recovery,report

There is no shortcut in BRMS to do exactly what you want. However you may
think something like this...

If you take say monthly SAVSYS ( LIC & OS ) backup of your Production
System and a Daily *ALLUSR backup on you HA system then I would most likley
follow this approch
1) On Production , do a DSPDTAARA DTAARA(QSYS/QSAVSYS) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
2) On Production , copy the spool file "QPDSPDTA" genreated from step 1 to
the file QO1AUSRRCY in library QUSRBRM
3) From Production , FTP this file QO1AUSRRCY to HA System
4) On Production , run STRRCYBRM FROMSYS(NETID.SYSNAME), where NETID is
the Local Network ID of HA System and SYSNAME is the Local Control Point
Name of the HA System.

Thanks.

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On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 12:13 PM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Can you make BRMS "HA aware"?

For example, if I perform my daily backups on my HA machine can I get my
BRMS recovery reports to say something like
You'll need tape BR0001 from PROD to start your restore and BR0235 from
BACK to restore data
?
WRKOBJBRM to show you that the object was backed up on BACK at these dates
and times?
and so on?


Rob Berendt
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