Makes sense - as I understand it, LFs don't have data in the sense that PFs do - but LFs are data spaces, too - the data there are the key values and a pointer to a record in the PF - at least in concept - I've not really learned the deep details. But this is why SQL can use and index-only access method when the columns you name in a SELECT are all in an index key.

These LFs will be maintained according to the MAINT parameter on whatever machine they are, as the PF records are written.

I hope!!
Vern

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Wouldn't that be handled then by the mirroring of the PF? We're a Mimix
shop. New objects such as LF's are automatically on the backup lpar. But
I don't think the LF "data" is copied over. I think it gets that from the
PF data that the LF's are built over.

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I think she means data mirroring as opposed to disk mirroring.

rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Maybe.

I don't do mirroring - I am more of a RAID kind of guy. However isn't
mirroring done by ASP? If so, then you assign which ASP a PF belongs to

by the library it is in. So, if your LF's are in the same library as
your
PF's, and that library is on an ASP that is mirrored then your LF's
should
be mirrored. Make sense?

CRTLIB LIB(MYLIB) ASP(1)


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