Am 18.10.2022 um 17:43 schrieb Larry DrFranken Bolhuis <midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
I have customers that do this routinely on files with 9 digits of rows.
Pretty much the two things two know are to specify NOT to rebuild the access paths or they'll get rebuilt when an application touches them, and that's bad. The alternative is to maintain them. Yes that slows it down but means users can access data.
The second thing is pay attention to the journal receiver size and quantity. You'll generate a LOT of entries so set the receiver size small, and delete them once detatched from the journal.
Or you could remember that "I sell Disk." ;-)
As an FYI if you run this through ACS instead of green screen batch job you get a VERY nice status of where it's at and how it's progressing.
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