moving program code between lpars.

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I was wondering as to the best way to enable my operations staff to move program code from a test lpar to the production lpar. Because of audit requirements I can't have the programers able to move the code themselves.
ASKED: February 17, 2005  9:14 AM
UPDATED: March 12, 2010  2:34 AM

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If you are running GRS you can catalog test and prod files on whichever lpar and do a direct copy; otherwise copy from test to temp, then copy temp to production and delete temp. You can use vol=ser pointers or catalog temp on both lpars (as long as you are not doing updates to temp from both lpars at the same time).

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  • DonKennedy
    Please educate me. What is GRS? Thanks.
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  • Me
    global resource serialization - enq/deq software that runs accross lpars and tracks enq/deq activity at and below the dataset level. It allows you to share file systems between lpars by acting as traffic cop and only allowing one lpar to "update" at a time.
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  • TomLiotta
    For a question such as this one, it would really help if there was an indication of what kind of system it was, e.g., what OS is used and what VRM is the OS? "LPARs" are not limited to one kind of system. Tom
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