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CMS-XML ARCHIVE1 & BACKUP Not In Agreement
ARCHIVE1 refers to 'flat file' somnode.BACKUP.CMNPMAST as input BACKUP refers to 'GDG' somnode. BACKUP .CMNPMAST(+1) as output. These 2 references should be conststant.
CMS-XML Incorrect BLKSIZE in the ARCHIVE1 job.
The job ARCHIVE1 used to archive the files of the aged packages, allocates the PMASTOUT dataset with BLKSIZE=32000. This is not in line with the BLKSIZE in the BACKUP member which uses a BLKSIZE=32700.
CMS-XML How do you run reports against the "archive" file created by CMNBAT40 / CMNBAT50?
BAT40: input PMASTIN DD: QSAM ( backup ) package master output PMASTOUT DD: processed QSAM file without ARCHIVE records <=== use to restore your production package master
CMS-XML Add P task Component files info into the BACKUP and RESTORE jobs.
Add P task Component files info into the BACKUP and RESTORE jobs.
CMS-XML Report 180 is incorrect if run against a Backup and BKUP=Y
Report 180 is incorrect if run against a Backup and BKUP=Y
CMS-XML BACKUP job fails if CMPNT VSAM file is not 'initialized' during conversion.
BACKUP job fails if CMPNT VSAM file is not 'initialized' during conversion.
CMS-XML S378 - SC03 Abends running batch report using backup master files as input.
S378 - SC03 Abends running batch report using backup master files as input.
CMS-XML CMN3510I - Package staging data sets aged or backup library overlaid.
CMN3510I - Package staging data sets aged or backup library overlaid.
CMS-XML LRECLs in BACKUP job for SSV files are inconsistent with max RECORDSIZE specified for SSV VSAM files. CMNSVAM REPRO actually fails.
LRECLs in BACKUP job for SSV files are inconsistent with max RECORDSIZE specified for SSV VSAM files. CMNSVAM REPRO actually fails.
CMS-XML Restoration of PACKAGE MASTER records
For example, assume you need to recover WEDNESDAY at NOON, you run CMNBKRST and CLEARLOG nightly and the CMN920 reports, that ran TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY morning, inadvertently deleted packages. You would need the PACKAGE MASTER BACKUP taken MONDAY night and the LOG FILE ARCHIVE created TUESDAY night as well as the one created in step 2).
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