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|Abstract: COMMON Connect Magazine Article: IBM System i Parallel Save and Restore|
This article was published in the June 2006 issue of the "COMMON/Connect" magazine, which is the official journal of COMMON, a users group. The article reviews the various techniques for splitting a System i backup into multiple streams (concurrent, parallel-parallel, parallel-serial), then explains tips and techniques to allow optimal/successful restore of the data.
This posting includes both the actual magazine article that was printed, and also a slightly extended version of the article that includes additional sections as follows;
(1) Tips to handle restore in environments where the journals/receivers and physicals/logicals are in different libraries
(2) Explanation of a possible restore problem with a multi-streamed save and referential constraints in the database
Actual Magazine Article:
Extended Version of Magazine article including 2 extra sections:
Backup and Recovery
IBM System i
AS/400, iSeries, OS/400, i5/OS, tape, save, restore, backup, BRMS, parallel, concurrent, recovery
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