Save objects to savf located on other storage

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Hello,

I need to save objects from my production library which have about 280GB. But on ASP I have maximal 80GB, so I need to make a save on other location (e.g. on win file system) by using for example image catalog.

Is there possibility how to mount some disk space to AS400 (V6R1)

Thx, Tomas

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  • ToddN2000
    How are you saving the objects? Trying to create a save file? Why not save to removable media like tape and store off site?
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  • ToddN2000
    Just thought of something else. If you are creating a SAVF why not break it up into manageable portions or are the files too large? Is the reason for saving as a SAVF to be able to FTP this file to another I-series or another system for storage / backup ?
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  • Dobrici
    Hi ToddN2000 I am using SAVOBJ (it should be better to use SAVLIB). Breaking into manageable portions is only possibility, but it consume more time than I have for switch off system from production.
    Saving to SAVF is really done due to possibility of sending by FTP. Tape is nice, but I have one production system running on machine E4A where I have tape library which is able to use ULTRIUM4 for recording, but machine where I have backup data (by MIMIX) is model 810 and tape is using ULTRIUM2 (incompatibility thanks to the interface used on E4A is SAS X-Cable and on 810 is SCSI HVD :-(  )
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