• Subject: RE: full system save. Option 21
  • From: "Urbanek, Marty" <Marty_Urbanek@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 11:48:35 -0400


Maybe you could write a script for your terminal emulator, such as Client
Access, i.e. wait until the appropriate time, sign on, TFRCTL to controlling
subsystem, do a GO SAVE, opt 21, etc, etc, etc. With some timers in there or
preferably error checking (depending on what the emulator allows) to make it



Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 11:56:07 -0500
From: David Gibbs <dgibbs@verticalsky.com>
Subject: RE: full system save.  Option 21

> I would like to be able to schedule a job to run a full 
> system backup.  Is this possible? 

Not really, as the full system save runs in restricted state.  

Some 3rd party backup products (Robot/Save is the one that comes to mind)
provides support to schedule a full system save.  I think you have to run a
backup agent on your console and it checks the time and takes the system
into restricted state prior to trying to run a full system save.

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