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