Go Save backup question

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I use GO SAVE, Option 21 for full backup - and set to run unattended at 23:55:00. When I come in the console says "errors running this command". When I check the DSPLOG, it shows that all but 22 objects not saved. question: is there a way for me to look at the files selected for saving and "files" not being saved?
ASKED: October 5, 2006  12:29 PM
UPDATED: December 23, 2009  7:28 AM

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Look in de joblog spooled file and search for message identifier CPF3741 and CPF3761. This will show you the unsaved objects.

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If the console job is still active, the easiest way to search is to enter the DSPJOBLOG OUTPUT(*PRINT) command at the console. The joblog will then be printed and you can search the spooled joblog.

BTW. if you are running a full system save, you’ll be running in restricted state. It’s almost certain that anything that can’t be backed up won’t be needed for restore.

Tom

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  • Agristats
    When you run the Go Save Option 21 by default all libraries are saved. When you sign off the console try signoff, F4 and use *list for job log option. This will produce a rather large spool file with all the details. You can then search that joblog for objects not saved.
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  • Mj2006
    You can use the DSPOBJD cmd to find out which files are not been saved during your BACKUP Use following selections for the DSPOBJD cmd OBJ > *ALL > *ALL OBJTYPE > *ALL te DETAIL > *FULL ASPDEV * OUTPUT > *OUTFILE OUTFILE ourname ourlibl OUTMBR *FIRST *REPLACE This job will run a longer time, after finished you can use the RUNQRY cmd or create a Query with the WRKQRY Tool for the above created file ourname/ourlib and look for a different date in the field ODADAT(save date while active - look for your dateformat DDMMYY or MMDDYY or whatever) to your starting date of your backup, took care of the pm/am change or the 2400 time in central europe, maybe you must increase our selection also to the next day.
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  • Hmonat
    When you select option 21, it performs a SAVSYS, SAVLIB, SAVDLO & SAV. Make sure your SAVLIB has the options of OUTPUT *PRINT and INFTYPE *OBJ. Then review the reports, it will tell you for each libraries which objects are saved and which ones are not.
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