Their is a parameter on Option 21 that asks whether you want to end the
servers (or something to that effect). If you said no, wouldn't those
related objects not be saved? And why would you NOT want to save the ENTIRE
system, including those just mentioned, if you are going to the trouble of
saving all else?

Just wondering...

>Subject: RE: GO SAVE operations
>Date: 7 Dec 2001 17:34:31 -0800
>On Thu, 06 December 2001, wrote:
> >  but we have a backup and media utility (written in
> > house) that uses the SAVSYS command in it's weekly and monthly backups
> >
> > We were having this discussion the other day, specifically whether we
> > needed to a SAVLIB(*IBM) after the SAVSYS or not.
>My discussion would include the question: "Why would anyone do a weekly
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