We're getting close enough to the auxiliary storage threshold that I
like the idea of clearing the save file between each object. It will
take longer, but I'd hate to clean up after a failure because we over
stuffed the disks!

Roger Mackie

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By submitting the job, the savefile goes away at the end of the job.


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And clear the save file before each SAVOBJ? I like your idea.

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One way to check for damaged objects is to save objects to a save file
in
qtemp, and monitor for errors. Pseudo code would be:

DSPOBJD *all/*all (or selected types) to an outfile
Read the outfile
For each record in the outfile that you want to check:
submit a job to:
Create savefile in Qtemp
SAVOBJ to the save file
Monitor for error and send message/write to log file if save
fails
Loop until end of file



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That should work. Don't wait so long that some obscure object you only
use on rare occasions has been rotated off of your backup tapes.

Rob Berendt

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