• Subject: RE: SAVRSTLIB
  • From: Roger Boucher <RBoucher@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 09:05:56 -0800

This is perhaps a bit off the thread here, but I have a job running each
night that copies our Production data library to a Production Test
environment's data library, thereby refreshing it each night with
yesterday's production data.  I threw together a quick CL that does a
CLRLIB followed by a CPYLIB.  This process is beginning to take too
long.  Can anyone help me with the best (quickest) way to accomplish
this... besides getting into SAVACT.  I hope the answer isn't SAVACT but
I'll accept that if it is.

:-)
Thanks for your help.

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Sundell PMI [mailto:esundell@DELTA.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 1999 10:18 AM
To: "Torres; Wanda" ; "'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'" 
Subject: Re:SAVRSTLIB


I use this command all the time, we have 4 AS400's and this is a real
time
saver. be careful of the Target release parm, you can go to a previous
operation
system but not to a higher one.

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Subject:    SAVRSTLIB
Author: "Torres; Wanda" [SMTP:WTorres@dresdner.com]
Date:       1/11/99 12:55 PM

          Hi All,

          I am upgrading my production system Vendor libraries and I
will need to bring this libraries over to our Hot Site.  The Hot site
will
be closed on the weekend.  I  want to save some time over the weekend
and I
don't want to  use save files for each library and then FTP over the
each
save file and restore. I tested the command SAVRSTLIB  for a small test
library and it worked fine.

          Does anyone have any bad experiences with using the command
SAVRSTLIB?
          Thanks in advance.


          Wanda


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