I would suggest double-checking with a QSECOFR logon.  If there is
nothing there, then follow the directions in the Backup and Recovery
Manual to display your disk configuration.  It might be helpful to
determine whether the system can see all of your drives.  Use Checklist
#1 on page 608.  I've never tried with 22222222, I would imagine that
QSECOFR is required for this type of work.

If you've already done this, sorry.

If you don't have a copy of the manual, see URL below:

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> I am logged in with 22222222 and I tried with QSECOFR.
> I can get to 'Work with Disk Units' but I dont have the option 'Work
> Disk Configuration'

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