Ugghhh.  My mistake, it's not a v4r2 system I'm saving from, it's a v4r4 
system.  At that level, the only TGTRLS's available are V3R2M0, V4R2M0, V4R3M0, 
and V4R4M0.

Does your answer still stand in this case?

TIA,
Dan Bale

alan shore wrote:

> Irrespective of the tgtrls, whenever we save a library to be restored, there 
>is a marked difference (shorter time) between restoring a saved library WITH 
>access paths saved than by restoring a saved library WITHOUT access paths 
>saved.
> However, here is my question - why are you saving to an earlier version than 
>what you will be restoring to? Any reason why you cannot save to tgtrls v3r7?
>
> >>> Dan Bale <dbale@samsa.com> 01/29/02 03:38PM >>>
> URGENT: We're saving a library on a v4r2 system using tgtrls v3r2 so that it
> can be restored on a V3r7 system.  If we save the access paths, will they be
> restored on the v3r7 box without rebuilding them?
>
> TIA,
> Dan Bale



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