> I did understand that damaged objects could be fixed or cleaned with
> run a compact on Notes files nightly.  I have occasionally found
> with no
> libraries.  I did do a 'compress' on the S/36 regularly.  My SAVSYS
> about
> 4 hours to a high speed 3581 tape drive.  I have 53Gig that is pushing
> full,
> what would you guess RCLSTG would take ....  12-14 hours?  Any idea?


I have no clue.  I'm guessing from a four-hour SAVSYS that you don't
have the fastest hardware on the planet (is that just a SAVSYS or a
complete system save?).  Generally the speed of a RCLSTG will be
determined more by the number of objects on your system as opposed to
the total size of those objects.  A large object takes just as long to
process as a small object.

Perhaps if you listed your model, processor feature and memory, someone
who has a similar machine who has done a RCLSTG recently could give
approximate times for them.  12-14 hours is not out of the range of
normalcy for a smaller processor with a lot of stuff.

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

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