• Subject: Re: Mirroring AS400's
  • From: cjimenez@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 2 Nov 1999 18:35:12 -0500



Why do you say that you're sorry you didn't? Did you try another mirroring
software?




Barry Kolochuk <barryk@arnoldbr.com> on 11/02/99 05:02:18 PM

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To:   CBeneteau@intermatic.com, MIDRANGE <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
cc:    (bcc: Carlos R Jimenez/WLGORE)
Subject:  Mirroring AS400's




Christy there is a company called Lakeview Technologies who have a very good
product call MIMIX 400 for Mirroring AS400's. I am currently not using them but
am sorry now I didn't. You can get to them via their web site at
WWW.PRAXISINT.COM or WWW.LAKEVIEWSOLUTIONS.COM.

Barry

Christina Beneteau wrote:

> Christy
>
>         We are in the process of determining the best way to accomplish
> 24 hour access to our AS400.  Currently access is denied for about 4
> hours a night.  This is due to system backup and nightly processing jobs
> such as billing.  At month end we have about 12 hours of down time for
> the users.  While some of the restriction of access is due to nightly
> back up over half of the time is because of our ERP solution, BPCS.
>
>         I have been looking into how we could mirror the database.  Once
> mirrored then unlink them so that backup and nightly processing could be
> ran over the mirrored database.  Data changes would continue in the
> original database.  After the backup and nightly processing then these
> databases would need to be brought back into sync.  There would be
> changes in both databases, is there such a thing as two way mirroring?
> Has anyone done this?  I have been told that in order for us to change
> the database that the application is running over that we would need to
> use ASPs.  I have had a hard time finding people that have actually done
> this.  Any possible solution that I have seen approaches it either from
> the software or hardware side but not using a combined approach.  I
> appreciate any comments anyone has on this.  Thanks.
>
>         Christy Beneteau
>         Intermatic
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