You need to write a program that does a ENDSBS *ALL *IMMED, and then keeps
re-executing the command (on a 15 second wait) doing a MONMSG CPF1035
(isn't it disgusting that I knew that without looking).

When you no longer get the CPF1035, you know that the restricted state has
been achieved, and you can start the RCLSTG.

You should probably restart the controlling subsystem upon completion.


Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC


914-251-9406 fax

                    "MARYLOU ATWELL"
                    <MATWELL@interboros       To:     <>
          >                    cc:
                    Sent by:                  Subject:     Doing A reclaim 

                    01/03/02 10:07 AM
                    Please respond to

Good morning to you!   Hope all of the holidays were good for you.   My
question today is whether or not a CL program could be created to do the
reclaim storage.      I know that the system has to be in a restricted
state.   If there are any that use such a program, some hints would be
appreciated.  I have run it in the past, with me here babysitting it,
however, time would be better spent if I could just call it, and have it do
it, and bring the system back up.  Any ideas????


MaryLou Schoff-Atwell
IBM Certified Associate System Operator
Interboro School District
900 Washington Avenue
Prospect Park, PA  19076

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