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Re: Is BRMS a "save21"



fixed

I *am* senile.

I *did* sign this document before when we replaced the cache battery in the
expansion unit. And I took that opportunity at that time to do a SAVE21.

Paul, that document on restoring a BRMS save when the system does not have
BRMS is a good one.

Thanks everyone. I think I'll just take this as another opportunity to
practice a SAVE21.




On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 10:46 AM, Steinmetz, Paul <PSteinmetz@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

You can use a BRMS backup and then do what a restore 21 does.
Check document 457133341 Restoring a System without BRMS When the Save Was
Done with BRMS
The below commands are basically a restore 21.

RSTLIB SAVLIB(QBRM QMSE QUSRBRM)
RSTUSRPRF
RSTCFG
RSTLIB SAVLIB(*IBM) OMITLIB(QMSE QBRM)
RSTLIB SAVLIB(*ALLUSR)
RSTDLO
RST DEV('QSYS.LIB/media device name.DEVD') OBJ(('/*') ('/QSYS.LIB'
*OMIT) ('/QDLS' *OMIT)) ENDOPT(*LEAVE)
RSTOBJ OBJ(*ALL) SAVLIB(QUSRBRM) MBROPT(*ALL)
RSTAUT

Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:
midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Pete Massiello - ML
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2014 10:02 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: RE: Is BRMS a "save21"

The difference between a BRMS and Go SAVE 21, is just one item, the SAVLIB
command. BRMS uses two SAVLIB commands of *IBM & *ALLUSR which can be done
while not in a restricted state, but GO SAVE 21 stays restricted the entire
time and uses *NONSYS (which is essentially *IBM & *ALLUSR). Note that you
can't use a BRMS backup to do a GO RESTORE 21, but you could use the
*NONSYS to get both the *IBM & *ALLUSR.

Pete

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-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:
midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of rob@xxxxxxxxx
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2014 8:58 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: Is BRMS a "save21"

I would think this should work.
I run a very basic one of:

Weekly Retain Save
Backup List ASP Activity Object While
Seq Items Type Device SMTWTFS Detail Active

10 *SAVSYS *DFTACT
20 *IBM *DFTACT *ERR *NO
30 *ALLUSR *SYSBAS *DFTACT *OBJ *NO
40 *ALLDLO *DFTACT *NO *NO
50 *LINK *ALLAVL *DFTACT *YES *NO

But when I run this I run it with OMITS(*IGNORE) this ignores any omits
in any omit list. It still doesn't save anything flagged with CHGATR
ATR(*ALWSAV) VALUE(*NO).

Make sure you have this report ready:
STRRCYBRM OPTION(*SYSTEM) ACTION(*REPORT)



Rob Berendt
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From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 03/27/2014 08:46 AM
Subject: Is BRMS a "save21"
Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Don't laugh at this question, but the older I get I think the more
ignorant (or senile) I become.

The cache battery in the CEC just went into warning status overnight,
which was expected. The HW service people ordered it a while back and have
it.
Before replacing it, they want me to sign off that I did a "save21". I
know what that is (go save, option 21). I don't remember them asking me
for this before, but they claim they did.

Since we use BRMS, I don't do save21. I asked the guy whether a complete
BRMS save was the equivalent and he wasn't sure. He needs to ask someone
else.

For the record, this is a list of the BRMS exit points done every Friday
morning in restricted state:

Backup List ASP Activity Object While
Seq Items Type Device SMTWTFS Detail Active

10 *EXIT *DFTACT
20 *EXIT *DFTACT
30 *SAVSYS *DFTACT
40 *IBM *DFTACT *YES *NO
50 *ALLUSR *SYSBAS *DFTACT *YES *NO
60 UPSLIB *SYSBAS *DFTACT *YES *NO
70 QMPGDATA *SYSBAS *DFTACT *YES *NO
80 *ALLDLO *DFTACT *YES *NO
90 *LINK *ALLAVL *DFTACT *YES *NO
100 ALLSPLF *SPL *DFTACT
110 *EXIT *DFTACT
120 *EXIT *DFTACT

Is this the equivalent of a save21 or not? If necessary, I can provide a
DSPTAP of everything on that tape.

Thanks.

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VP Information Systems
UniPro FoodService/Dilgard
P.O. Box 13369
Ft. Wayne, IN 46868-3369
260-422-7531
www.dilgardfoods.com

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company. Unless I say so.
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