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We all backup our system data and store it to protect against a worst case scenario. But what steps did you take to determine what data is actually critical? Have you ever gone through a system restore and realized that what you should have considered critical was not backed up?
HI, I am administrator for an V5R4 server.On one friday night i checked the ASP % at that time it is 91 % ,on saturday night Dc team has taken the Entire system backup and server came out of restricted mode on sunday morning.when i checked the system status on monday morning the ASP % has reduced...
I'm an admin on a v5r4 system. We have a report utility that eats up storage for no apparent reason. Yesterday I checked the wrksyssts and we were at 34% which is normal for us. At about 12pm I got a critical storage alert message that we were at 90% then mins later 95%. I found the job and forced...