• AS400 iseries 5 back up schedule

    How do i find out what are the current back ups scheduled on my system and when they are running?

    Techotl5 pointsBadges:
  • RPGLE /free syntax question

    I am modifing some code I found, and trying to add multiple 'or' statement. I have tried several different way to get the code to compile, but I always get errors. Can someone please tell me the proper syntax for the following statement below?? if Jobbstatus = 'MSGW' and SubShort = 'QBATCH' or +  ...

    Snegron105 pointsBadges:
  • 4 TB to 3 Tapes using LTO2, how can this fit on these tapes…???

    Hi Team - Our production system is 4406 GB with approx 80% DASD used. The full system save takes 3 tapes using LTO2 tapes/drive. The save completes mormally with all objects saved. Mathematically I dont understand how this much data is fitting on only 3 tapes. Even with data compression I cant get...

    Gambitt7150 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 RUNBCKUP(*WEEKLY) Problem

    We have seen a significant increase in the time it takes to run our weeklty backup which is a simply CL program calling RUNBCKUP(*WEEKLY). According to the log, it looks like it sits and does "nothing" for hours and hours. See the two log entries below: CPC2197 Completion 00 05/24/08...

    CJMike5 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Backup to Flatfiles

    I am totally unfamilar with AS400 backup, so please forgive this basic question. Can an AS400 create a backup flat-file that could be stored on an NFS mounted drive location? The idea would be to create this flat-file backup, and then use a backup agent running on a Unix host to backup the flat...

    Longcut115 pointsBadges:
  • Library SAVF restore

    Our backup procedure backs up our libraries to SAVFs and in the early morning copies the SAVFs to tape (with seq.#). This speeds up the backup process so that our overnight shifts are not down for a long period of time. Now my question what would be the fastest way to restore a library that is...

    JAC260 pointsBadges:
  • How full is my backup tape?

    Is there a way on the AS/400 (ours is at V4R3 so I still call it that), to tell the percent used of a backup tape?

    Sholmbe40 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Tape Capacity

    Is there a command/method for determining the amount of used versus available backup tape capacity?

    godhajar10 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring spool files from a system save on V5R4 System i

    How can I restore spool files from V5R4 entire system save?

    AS400 - Ask the Expert485 pointsBadges:
  • How to find media information when BRMS is not used?

    Hi Everyone, I have worked previously with BRMS to find the tape details and backup info.Now, in my present organisation they have a system which do not have BRMS in it. I need to find the details of all the objects saved in a perticular tape. For checking the tape , a program is written into the...

    Meetmeonline210 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Disaster Recovery – Restore Date preservation

    Is there a way to preserve an object's Restore Date (as seen when using the DSPOBJD command)?  Ex:  When conducting a Disaster Recovery test, we would prefer to retain the existing Restore Dates of our objects rather than having all objects updated with the Restore Date of our disaster recovery...

    JFISCHER5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup AS/400 to disk and then to the cloud.

    We want to be able to backup our AS/400 to disk and then be able to  put in either on our private cloud or a public cloud like Amazon storage or so. In case of a disaster we have the data available somewhere else in case something happens to the backup tapes . Does anyone know of a good solution...

    Brunosworld70 pointsBadges:
  • Mimix send and receive display not configured

      MIMIX display how to configure user  for send and receive dis[lay Replication Process display

    Cleaner410 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring Files

    Dear All, I want to set up a new test enviornment in our development box. A sub system has already been created. The following needs to be done. 1. Restore all physical files from PRDFLIB TO DEVFLIB 2. Restore all logicals from PRDLLIB to DEVLLIB .  The access path of the logicals(devllib) which...

    Knowledgeseekerone30 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Backups

    In AS/400 How many types of Backups are there? what are they?

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Unattended Weekly backups

    Can you run automatic unattended Weekly backups and Ipl on the ISeries?

    Barbjdiehl15 pointsBadges:
  • Can a AS/400 program access the slots on the tape drive 3573 L2U

    There are 16 slots on this tape drive. Can they be accessed progamatically to eliminate some operator intervention?

    Slanning25 pointsBadges:
  • Encrypt Data using BRMS

    Hi, How do I Encrypt Data using BRMS in iSeries? What are the steps and also let me know if any additional License or Device is required. Till date we have been using BRMS only to Backup Spool Files, but now we are in the Process of Migrating our Daily & Weekly Backups from ordinary SAVLIB Command...

    Haaiderali215 pointsBadges:
  • How to determine the AS/400 is completely recovered?

    Hi, we are running a Disaster Recovery test and for auditing purposes, we need to hav a log which says the system is completely recovered to the date of DR. We do have all the history logs but as mentioned is there a way to show the proof as such with a screen or completion message?Thanks in...

    harisudhan211,005 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 backups using BRMS running over allocated time

    Good Day. I am sys admin for a Iseries 520 9406 System ASP . . . . . . . : 773.0 G % system ASP used . . . : 55.0899 Total aux stg . . . . . : 773.0 G I am using Brms to do my backups initially i was doing a full sys save everyday to a LT03 tape 400g compressed 800 uncompressed, due to business...

    Justin88330 pointsBadges:

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