Ian,

I'm referring to the SAVSYS command, not the GO SAVE option 22. I know that
the menu option DOES do an SAVLIB(*IBM), at least according to the V4R4
Backup and Recovery Guide. (And yes, I know about the help on menu
options). So is that the SAVSYS command you are referring to as not doing a
SAVLIB(*IBM)?

Thanks

Adam Driver
Technical Consultant
Kaz Computer Services
Level 7, 66 Wentworth Ave
Surry Hills, Sydney    NSW   2010
Phone : + 61 2 9844 0386
www.kaz.com.au



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Adam,

Savsys doesnt do Savlib(*IBM)
If you do option 21/22/23 and F1 they explain the CL code that
it actually runs.

I've just written a CL EOD rtn to do the same
backup steps that are covered by IBM's 23, Alluser data,
including dir's,flrs,etc - comes from their
"Are you saving the right stuff?" paper.

I do some other stuff in it as well, so it was a bit
more flexable than relying on IBM's std options of the
"Go Backup" menu.

All seems to work fine. I also included an SMTP email msg
send to "IT DEPT" based on MAILTOOL from BVSTOOLS.

Saves me having to remeber to manually check if all OK.


Ian.


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