Well yes and no. As I noted in another response, source and target IBMi
environments are completely separate, connected only being able to sFTP
files from one site to the other. They are not networked in the BRMS sense.

At the target site the two LPARs do have a network BRMS configuration but
that doesn't help out in this exercise.

On Fri, Dec 17, 2021 at 1:24 AM Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Do you have the BRMS network feature installed? This shares the metadata
across systems. For example if LPAR1 dies I can go to LPAR2 and run
STRRCYBRM FROMSYS(LPAR1)
And get a list of steps needed to recover LPAR1, including what tapes are
needed, etc.
And for individual restores (like restoring a production object to
development)
RSTOBJBRM FROMSYS(LPAR1)

Resource
ID Option Feature Description
5770BR1 *BASE 5050 Backup Recovery and Media Servi
5770BR1 *BASE 2924 Backup Recovery and Media Servi
5770BR1 1 5101 BRMS-Network Feature
5770BR1 2 5102 BRMS-Advanced Functions Feature

Rob Berendt
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