This gets back to the Load Source drive problem I mentioned a week or so
ago.



I'm not exactly sure what the BP did, but the system is back up (though not
completely usable for our purposes). My understanding was that they did a
Save 21 and then rebuilt the system after installing a new drive. I've
never had to go to such extremes so, as I said, I'm not sure exactly what
steps they used.



During my tests last weekend, I ran STRSST but the password for QSECOFR did
not match what I had defined eons ago. And the SST profile that I created
for myself, in case QSECOFR went south, does not exist anymore. In
addition, the QSECOFR user profile (not the SST one) has a different
password.



Acknowledging that the BP might have changed all of this stuff after the
restore, wouldn't a restore have restored the original SST passwords, and
the password for the QSECOFR password?



I'm just trying to learn a little more here about restores from a Save 21
because I can fix the problems.



Jerry C. Adams

IBM i Programmer/Analyst

You got to be careful if you don't know where you're going because you might
not get there. - Yogi Berra

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