Hi Jim

have you checked the SAVASP and RSTASP parameters on the restore option ? I
am just having a read of the help text and it suggests that you might need
to tweak these parameters and also the Sequence number value.

From the SAVDLO command help:

Note: When DLOs from multiple ASPs are saved, multiple tape
media files are created. The beginning and ending sequence
numbers of these media files will be required on the RSTDLO
command to restore all ASPs.

From the RSTDLO command help:
Note: When restoring document library objects (DLOs) from more than
one auxiliary storage pool (ASP), a beginning and ending sequence
number must be specified. The beginning and ending sequence numbers
were shown in the completion message for the SAVDLO command used to
create the tape media files. Or use the Display Tape (DSPTAP)
command to find the sequence numbers of the QDOC and QDOCnnnn files,
where nnnn is the ASP number.

Hope this helps.



On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 1:22 PM, Jim Franz <franz9000@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

restore with allow obj diff did not fix it.
Did a RCLDLO *INT, followed by an ipl (had not done startup since restore
of system (restore 21 steps)
will submit rstdlo of a specific ASP (2) to see if better.
Each ASP has near the max of dlo objects. We have vendor app still writing
the stuff.
Jim

On Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 8:03 PM, Jim Franz <franz9000@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

these ASPS all in *SYSBAS - jim

On Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 7:40 PM, Jim Franz <franz9000@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

DR test to different hardware.
RSTlib *nonsys worked fine, with libs going to correct ASP (1 - 4)

RSTDLO with all defaults (copied from SAVe Restore docs) only restored
docs in asp1, missing asp 2,3,4.
ended with 295747 docs restored, 0 not restored Messagme is CPF9003

Now trying again with ALWOBJDIF... and an outfile log, but this does not
seem right.
Don't need to hear what a boat anchor DLO i
V7R1
Jim Franz




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