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we have a damaged dspf which we can not either delete rename move. It has caused our backups to die. we had to bypass the lib where it resides. Please HELP!
We had a power outage at our server location and the UPS failed, thus our partition crashed. Once we were back up, we discovered a damaged object (a file in our production library). What is the best way for recovering (fixing) the file? We are on V5R2.
How to find out damage object in AS/400 server. We have i550 V5R3M0 server & What is the procedure to recover the same. It is a Physical file.