Why can't you do save21?

The save21 allows for a delay of up to 24hrs. Assuming you leave
Friday at 5pm, you could easily eneter the save21 and have it wait
till Saturday 12-noon.

For that matter, it's pretty easy add an extra 24hrs of delay, so the
save wouldn't start till Sunday at 12-noon.

HTH,
Charles


On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 6:02 PM, <JDHorn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
We are trying to increase our uptime window - especially monday-friday.

Does the following backup scenario seem complete?

saturday afternoon in restricted state run from the system console
(can't do an actual save21 because no one is in on saturday to put it
in)
savsys
save all *nonsys
save dlo
save remainder of ifs - chgperiod(*all) updhst(*yes)

mon-thu in an non-restricted state run from a jobscde.
savsysinf
savsecdta
savcfg
savlib *ibm
savlib *allusr
savdlo
save remainder of ifs - chgperiod(*lastsave) updhst(*no)

This would seem to create a 2 tape restore scenario (saturday and
yesterday).

is the savsysinf/savsecdta/savcfg/sav *ibm every day overkill?

Missing anything?

Thanks

Jim Horn

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