> Jose Amable Rodriguez
>Is there any
>AS/400 command, procedure to verify the status of a database?

In the past I've compared record counts and objects:

DSPFD FILE(<data library>/*ALL) TYPE(*MBRLIST) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) FILEATR(*PF)
OUTFILE(SOURCERCD) - from the source system

DSPFD FILE(<data library>/*ALL) TYPE(*MBRLIST) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) FILEATR(*PF)
OUTFILE(TARGETRCD) - from the target system

FTP the SOURCERCD file to the new system and write a query comparing record
counts in SOURCERCD to TARGETRCD joining by file name and member name.

Likewise produce source and target output files for all objects in the
library using DSPOBJD and query comparing by object name and type.

I was doing this because someone required it.  The job logs from the save
and restore jobs showed that everything restored normally.  If the data
restores without errors or warnings there's no real cause for concern.  In
your case, I'd be concerned about the circumstances of the partial restore.
Is the job log still available from the point in time of the restore?

-Jim

James P. Damato
Manager - Technical Administration
Dollar General Corporation
<mailto:jdamato@dollargeneral.com>


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