It depends :)

on the production code.

Regular read/writes will probably be ok, but for instance CLRPFM wants
exclusive use of the file so a CPYLIB would interfer.

HTH,
Charles

On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 3:08 PM, Ryan Hunt <ryan.hunt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I need to copy our production data to dev data. We've segmented this data by
library.  So, when I need to copy I typically just run a CPYLIB command and
let it run over night.  I have a need to do this during the day and need to
know if my production data (the source) will experience any locks that could
impact production?

Anyone know?

Thanks. RH



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