1) Are you finding production objects in QRCL regularly?
I am finding objects.  Just because that our application software didn't
create them does not make them unimportant.  If QCMD was one of the objects
would you be concerned (not that this is one of them)?

2) By "fixes", do you mean applications would result in errors if the fixes
weren't made?
It depends on what you call applications.  If my application calls an IBM
function and the function fails because of some obscure IBM object then I
would be upset.  But then again maybe these objects are obscure enough that
I would really have to jump through some hoops to hit it.  Much like the
great programmer who actually checks the status code on a failed write and
programs for an exception that the odds are five nines against ever hitting
it.  Or, maybe IBM coded good error recovery to handle damaged objects.

3) Do you see any contradiction with what PRTDSKINF reports for RCLSTG?
I assume you meant the row 'Storage affected by RCLSTG'?  This isn't why I
run RCLSTG.

I am getting the impression that your questions are really arguments
against running RCLSTG.  And I've probably wasted my time replying because
you aren't going to run it anyways?


Rob Berendt
--
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin



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Rob:

You seem to have a sophisticated data center, so you likely have good
knowledge of RCLSTG characteristics since you run it frequently.

1) Are you finding production objects in QRCL regularly?
2) By "fixes", do you mean applications would result in errors if the fixes
weren't made?
3) Do you see any contradiction with what PRTDSKINF reports for RCLSTG?

Thanks.

Tom Liotta

On Wed, 23 January 2002, rob@dekko.com wrote:

> We run RCLSTG on each of our 400's every 8 weeks.  It ALWAYS finds some
> damaged objects and fixes them.

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