You can't restore *IBM or *ALLUSR if the backup was done with *NONSYS.
You can restore *NONSYS and name up to 300 libraries (the *ALLUSR ones)
on the OMIT parameter,
then restore the *ALLUSR from the last nightly backup.

Another reason to write your own backup to replace option 21, and use
*IBM and *ALLUSR instead of *NONSYS.

I save everything except LIC & OS/400 every night, so once the LIC and
OS/400 have been restored I call one program that restores everything
else from the last nightly backup tape.


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kirk Goins [SMTP:kgoins@ix.netcom.com]
> Sent: Monday, July 27, 1998 10:32 PM
> To:   midrange-l@midrange.com
> Subject:      Restore Options under 3.2.0
> 
> I have a client that recently lost the loadsource disk on a 9402-200.
> They had never had to restore the system and asked me to do it. All
> they
> new was they had a Monthly option 21 save and what they called a
> daily.
> I restored the system with all the data from the option 21 save. then
> found the source for the daily save. The daily turns out to be a save
> using *ALLUSR. 
> 
> I know the 21 does savsys, savcfg, savlib *nonsys, savdlo *all and the
> sav cmd with its option, I also have done restores using the
> appropriate
> restore cmds. What I haven't tried is doing a restore lib *IBM or
> *ALLUSR from a *NONSYS save. Can it be done that way? Recovery would
> be
> cut by several hours if I could.
> 
> 
> -- 
> Kirk Goins
> Blue Heron Consulting,Inc
> 
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