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Le 19/05/2022 à 19:11, Rob Berendt a écrit :
What are the differences between these two?

Running BRMS Backups in a FlashCopy Environment
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/running-brms-backups-flashcopy-environment

Basically, it allows running a backup with BRMS on an LPAR using FlashCopy target volumes in a way which can be used to send BRMS data from the target to the source system, so that BRMS on the source system thinks that it did the backup itself, and therefore is ready for any restore and media management topic.

PowerHA Tools for IBM i - Full System FlashCopy
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/1119435

The tool is used to make the process as much automatic as possible. It can run any required ASP quiesce, then initiate the FlashCopy, then release the quiesce, then IPL the target system. It will take place of QSTRUPPGM program so that all network lines, tapes and tapes libraries are associated to the proper resources when the backup system is started with the FlashCopy volumes. It can initiate all the backups, including a system backup, and can send back QUSRBRM inventory to the source system, and finally power down the target system.

It requires a third system, which is the controlling one for all this process.


Rob Berendt

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