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04710 - Starting Point for Save Job in Journals

04710 - Starting Point for Save Job in Journals

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Starting Point for Save Job in Journals

Hello again Volker.

After talking with our AS400 systems manager who handles the backups for all
AS400 in our shop, I was mistaken about which jobs do what. Our daily
backup job that runs for SAP does:

SAVR3SYS SID(PRD) DEV('/QSYS.LIB/TAP13.DEVD') +
R3STS(*RUN) IFS(*SPTH) SAVACTWAIT(2700)

He subscribes to the mailing list also so he should be aware of all the
great information that has been generated.

Thanks Volker and everyone else. I will let you know how things go.
Chris


-----Original Message-----
From: Gueldenpfennig, Volker [mailto:volker.gueldenpfennigZs...]
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 9:49 AM
To: 'Sugg, Chris'
Cc: Sap400 (E-mail)
Subject: RE: Re: Starting Point for Save Job in Journals


Hi Chris,

as you seem to exclude the R3PRDDATA in your backup. Your strategy seems to
be, that the R3SIDDATA only becomes backuped once a week, because of the
different timezones in the US and AU. We are having a lot of customers with
such a situation, that do there backups every night. If you don't have long
running batch-jobs during the the first 60 minutes of your backup-window,
the "offline"-time for the people in AU should be 1-2 minutes, if you don't
use DSCR3SYS or SAVR3SYS. Otherwise you are right with about 20 minutes.

You should know that the time, that is needed for getting the sync-point
(about 20 minutes) is just online-time, not offline-time!

So, I think the best apporach is, just to do a SAVLIB for your R3SIDDATA
every night as well - at least give it a chance!

Regards

Volker

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