Le 10/11/2015 20:51, rob@xxxxxxxxx a écrit :
Let me attempt to clarify. How do I set a different retention on the
members vs the *MGTCOL objects?

Using CFGPFRCOL command, https://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/api/content/nl/fr/ssw_ibm_i_72/cl/cfgpfrcol.htm

RETPERIOD parameter applies to *MGTCOL objects
"Specifies how long the management collection objects (*MGTCOL) should be retained on the system. The retention period is used to calculate an expiration date and time that is stored in the collection object. After the retention period has expired, the object will be automatically deleted by the Collection Services server job (QYPSPFRCOL). Expired collections are removed from the system each time a collection starts or cycles. Collection objects will be automatically deleted only when they exist in the system's configured collection library. This change will take effect immediately and will apply to the current and future collection objects. "

STDDTARET parameter applies to database files members
"Specifies the retention period for standard database file collections.
Standard database file collections consist of data that is normally created by the CRTPFRDTA job in the configured collection library. The collection name (begins with a "Q") is the same as the name of the *MGTCOL the data was exported from.
The standard file data retention period is used to determine how long standard database file collections should be retained on the system. When standard data in the configured collection library is older than the current retention period setting, it will automatically be deleted by the Collection Services server job (QYPSPFRCOL) the next time the collector is started or cycled. "


Rob Berendt

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