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IBM System storage copy services and System i5

IBM System storage copy services and System i5

a guide to planning and implementation

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Published by IBM International Technical Support Organization in [Poughkeepsie, NY] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • i5/OS,
  • Storage area networks (Computer networks),
  • Computer systems

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Nick Harris ... et al.].
    SeriesIBM redbooks
    ContributionsHarris, Nick., International Business Machines Corporation. International Technical Support Organization.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK5105.86 .I43192 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 394 p. :
    Number of Pages394
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16778114M
    ISBN 100738489107
    LC Control Number2008273038
    OCLC/WorldCa224449074

    Network Feature A system status column on the network display has been added. Now you can save objects through BRMS and restore on systems that are N-2 from the release of the save. BRMS provides ready-made Lotus server backup policies and exclude lists which allow you to backup only the Lotus server databases or all system objects except the Lotus server databases. Where appropriate, commands are provided for batch, scheduler, or program use. Media Management You can mark saved items for duplication.

    The storage required for the media information of saved IFS objects is significantly reduced. Audited archival operations track the success or failure of a specific request and provides detailed accounts of what was done, or not done, and why. These enhancements include: A Move Policy wizard and move policy properties to help you create and maintain move policies and to optionally create new locations. When a tape is used, that usage is maintained by BRMS in its inventories on all participating Power servers. If two systems in the network share a common device, you can automatically restore objects on one system that are saved on another system.

    These include the following: All tape devices attachable to the System i server are supported. Aliases allow you to define a system name other than the default local name for communicating with systems in the BRMS network. The following describes these release to release enhancements. Increased protection on backups saved to virtual media that have not been saved off to physical media. Improved TSM client controls are added to the Global properties.


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IBM System storage copy services and System i5 Download PDF Ebook

The size limitation of the SAVxxxBRM commands is removed by extending the command length to the full 32 kilobyte limit.

Supports fast search on all tape drives that have this feature. New mass storage applications now become more affordable. Retrieval of archived items is possible while viewing the archival catalog. Ability to create and manage media policies previous releases hid media policies. BRMS automates the management of archiving, backup, and recovery operations for Power servers.

Ability to restore private authorities at an object level. Where appropriate, commands are provided for batch, scheduler, or program use. Archive, backup, and recovery facilities enable the customer to establish how these operations are to be performed, at high to low levels of control, and with the flexibility to allow customer extensions, if necessary.

The automatic migration of database members between DASD and tape devices essentially treats removable tape media as an extension of DASD, from an application point of view.

IBM System Storage Copy Services and IBM i: A Guide to Planning and Implementation

Effective archival operations result in faster backups and a smaller tape inventory because the amount of data requiring regular backup is less. Restore files automatically on demand when applications access them.

Facilities allow the use of multiple devices during backup, recovery, and archival operations. Performance considerations for host systems Chapter 8. The networking feature also allows you to off-load your media duplication task by using one system in the network to duplicate media on behalf of another system in the network.

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The object detail of the duplicated media is not actually copied, but is "keyed" to the original saved object detail to minimize the storage BRMS requires to maintain the duplicated detail information.

As a result, recovery is less error prone, easier to accomplish, and faster. Performance considerations for Linux Chapter This capability enables you to save user data to any available TSM server.

Running these actions periodically rather than daily improves the performance of BRMS maintenance IBM System storage copy services and System i5 book. Performance considerations for VMware Chapter IBM Content Manager for iSeries: Getting Started with Client for Windows; IBM Content Manager for iSeries: Messages and Code; IBM Content Manager for iSeries: Planning and Installing; IBM Content Manager for iSeries: System Administration Guide; IBM Content Manager for iSeries: Understanding Advanced Workflow; IBM HTTP Server for i5/OS; IBM Survey Creator V The book includes information for both planning and implementing IBM System i with the IBM System Storage DS or DS series where you intend to externalize the i5/OS® loadsource disk unit using boot from SAN.

It also covers migration from System i internal disks to IBM System Storage DS and DS IBM i Backup, Recovery, and Media Services for i SC IBM.To copy a spooled file to a physical file, use the Copy Pdf Files (CPYSPLF) command. Sending a spooled pdf to another user or system To send a spooled file (printer output) to a remote system that is running TCP/IP or to another user on the Systems Network Architecture distribution services (SNADS) network, use either of these methods.Jan 11,  · The IBM® System Storage® Download pdf offers a policy-based resource management capability.

This capability, named resource groups or Copy Services scope management, is the topic of this paper. With Copy Services scope management, Copy Service relationships can be limited to the domain of a set of user-specified resources.z/OS Basic HyperSwap Basic HyperSwap is a z/OS high availability feature ebook with the DS storage system.

It provides the capability to switch host I/O operations transparently, without application outage, - Selection from IBM System Storage DS Copy Services for IBM System z [Book].