sounds like someone needs to breakup a library if they can....



On Fri, 11 Jan 2002 barsa@barsaconsulting.com wrote:

>
> Object connect doesn't work well with large objects.  Also, under the
> covers it makes two additional copies of the object/libraries/etc. being
> moved.  The first copy is the internal save file, the second occurs when
> the save file is replicated to the other system.
>
> Al
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>                     Chris Whisonant
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>libraries to another system:
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> Would SAVRSTLIB work in your situation?
>
> "The SAVRSTLIB command saves and restores the entire library; this
> includes the library description, the object descriptions, and the
> contents of the objects in the library.  For job queues, message
> queues, output queues, data queues, and logical files, only the
> object definitions are saved and restored, not the contents.
> Logical file access paths can be saved and restored by specifying
> ACCPTH(*YES).  The contents of a save file can be saved by using the
> Save Save File Data (SAVSAVFDTA) command.  By specifying
> SAVFDTA(*YES) on the SAVRSTLIB command, the contents of a save file
> can be saved and restored." (From the online help for savrstlib command.)
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
> [mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Matt Patee
> Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 4:47 PM
> To: midrange-l@midrange.com
> Subject: Moving large libraries to another system:
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>
> I looked in the archives and did not find anything very apparent. I would
> appreciate any suggestions:
>
> Without using tape (don't ask), what is the best way to transfer a large
> library (40gb) from one system to another? It doesn't have to be fast, but
> I need it to not affect the performance of my production system (where I'm
> sending from).
>
> I tried FTP, but it ended up slowing the production box. Any help would be
> appreciated.
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