Finding AS/400 backup

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How do I find out when the last full backup was taken?

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  • TomLiotta
    Review the Information Center for this kind of question. For this, look at the Determining when an object was last saved, the table at the end. If that doesn't answer your question, explain what else you need.   Tom
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  • Rickmcd
    Sorry did not read well. What do you mean by full Backup. Full save or Option 21 type save. All System all Libraries? Try DSPBCKUPL 
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  • TomLiotta
    Please explain how DSPBCKUPL will tell you when the last "full backup" was taken. The table in the Information Center tells how each type of backup can be checked, including
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  • TomLiotta
    ...including Option 21.   Tom
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  • Dinnu
    If you have BRMS in the system WRKMEDIBRM LIB(*SAVSYS) the command will provide with the date of full save and vol information as well.. . .
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  • Meetmeonline
    When BRMS Is not present, you can use 

    DSPOBJD OBJ(QSYS/QSAVSYS) OBJTYPE(*DTAARA) DETAIL(*FULL)
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  • TomLiotta
    The QSYS/QSAVSYS data area is not related to a "full backup". It generally tracks execution of the SAVSYS command that only saves 'system' objects. The table in the link at the top of the discussions lists all of the different data areas for the different types of saves. -- Tom
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