• Subject: Re: Mirroring AS400's
  • From: "Ronald Sposito" <raspo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 07:51:09 -0500

Mimix does handle it. Through AS400 Object Auditing, MIMIX handles the
delete and recreate of a file. If the file is recreated in a Library defined
to MIMIX , then through MIMIX Cooperative Processing, the file will be
journaled and put in synch on the backup system.. It works very well.
We have been using MIMIX for 2 years and it works well. We have mirrored our
entire system 620-2180 with 88 gig of dasd and it takes about 11 minutes to
get a sign on screen after a failure. We routinely do our backups from the
"backup system" and have very little down time.
Ron
----- Original Message -----
From: bbabino <bbabino@nbnet.nb.ca>
To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 11:13 AM
Subject: Re: Mirroring AS400's


> Sorry if I was not clear on this. What I was referring to was a delete of
a file
> and a creation of a file not at the record level. So if you delete a FILE
and
> then recreate it the file wioll not be journaled.
>
> Thanks
> Brian
>
> Terry Herrin wrote:
>
> > VanBensg@lakeviewtech.com wrote:
> > >4. Applications do not need to change for MIMIX - don't know what your
> > >problem was or is with deletes, but MIMIX handles deleted records just
> > >fine.
> >
> > As does Vision's OMS/400.  But does MIMIX handle deleted *files* just
> > fine if they are being mirrored by journaling?  OMS/400 does not.  If
> > MIMIX does, that's one point for MIMIX over OMS.
> >
> > Terry Herrin
> > 99 FR CC R/T
> > Wilmington, NC
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