James H. H. Lampert on Monday, July 21, 2014 4:01 PM wrote:
What in Heaven's name was IBM thinking?
I'm sure (even though I'm waiting for the box with the source to
IPL, before I can check the statement that's throwing it) this is
what I've already seen too many times before: a keyed PF (with or
without keyed logicals) not having its access path ready by the
time it was needed.
How could they possibly NOT expect that a program would be
restoring a file from a save file, then immediately repopulating
Anybody have any suggestions on how to prevent this?
Have you thought about submitting the restore and repopulate jobs
into a single-threaded job queue? That would let the access paths get
rebuilt before you start putting data into the files.
Also, I hope you're sorting the data into the proper sequence ahead
of time to reduce the thrashing associated with maintaining the index
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