Restoring problem logs in i5/OS

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How can I restore the problem logs on i5/OS?

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Hi,

Which problem logs are you referring to? How were they saved?

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Martin Gilbert.

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  • djac
    I think this might refer to data that is collected using commands such as ANZPRB. It looks to me like this data is saved/restored using the SAVAPARDTA and RSTAPARDTA commands. I can't find anything that suggests this information can be restored from standard save media/files.
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  • TomLiotta
    In general, the problem logs (accessed with WRKPRB) are stored in QUSRSYS in files generically named QASX*. However, I don't recall running across anyone who ever saved/restored any of them except as a side-effect of full-system save/restore. I'm not sure it's a particularly good idea to try it without clear instructions from IBM. It doesn't take long with RUNQRY to see that these have some pretty tricky structures and probably have a number of logical relationships with objects outside of the files. Tom
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