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  • Newly expired tapes aren’t being cleaned using BRMS

    Hi, we are having some problems with the behavior of our backup process, since its using the latest / newly expired tapes instead of those which are expired long ago. As a result, the newly expired tapes doesnt get cleaned (STRMNTBRM) since it already has new files in it, together with the older...

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  • Work BRMS through online

    If there is any possibilities to work BRMS through online?

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  • Testing Backup tapes before use?

    My company operates on an LPAR on an iSeries. Connected to the iSeries is a tape silo which we utilize as part of our backup strategy. Our backup strategy involves taking a full system save each Saturday night, and then Mon-Fri nights, we take incremental backups of our critical libraries. During...

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  • iSeries backup encryption on LT04?

    Hi, We are looking to encrypt our backups and having looked about it appears that using a fibre attached LT04 in the tape library where the encryption is done at hardware level would be the best /cheapest option. It is the best option for us as it also says that no software is required, however...

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  • BRMS – Save from AS/400 to Mainframe, then Mainframe to SAP

    Any one tell me using BRMS how to save the library while it's in active stage.

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  • CPP6308 after backup completes normally.

    BRMS, after an initialize or a backup, is requesting that the tape be moved back to its slot in the library while the tape is still in a loaded state. This is causing a third party tape library to place the drive into a FAILed state, as the MOVE command should not be issued until the tape is...

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  • MONSWABRM

    we are using MONSWABRM for each control groups(for every backup),can any one let me know working of this job and how it is useful Regards S.Manjunath

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  • Issues with BRMS Network Group

    When you go to BRMS Menu --> Policy Administration --> System Policy --> Change Network Group, you can see all the Boxes connected each other. There are 5 LPARS in total. It shows Network Status INACTIVE on one while the others shows ACTIVE. and receive media info is set to none What steps...

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  • Check expiry date of tape (using iSeries and BRMS)

    I am chasing a simple CL program to check if the currently loaded tape has the data as *expired so it can be written to under BRMS. It shouldn't be that hard but I've searched for literally days and can't find anyone to help.

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  • Can I backup to disk with BRMS?

    Can I backup to disk with BRMS?

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  • Adding a tape containing spool files to brms

    how do i add a new tape containing spool files to brms, so that i am able to retore the spool files when i am done. thanks. viv

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  • Save/Restore Spooled files using BRMS

    How can i saved/restored spooled files on Tape using BRMS. Thank you inadvance

    c007285 pointsBadges:
  • BRMS – No media available

    Hi, We use BRMS to backup to a tape library. This has worked fine for years without any problem. Recently we've started getting saves failing with a no media available message. According to BRMS there are plenty of tapes with this media type which are initialized and/or expired. Does anybody have...

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