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Re:Re: Journal question

  • 1.  Re:Re: Journal question

    Posted 06-16-2009 01:10 PM
    I'm confused by the phrase ""after we have gone thru all 8 journals"".



    Do you mean after normal activity has kicked off 8 offloads? If so, the
    pattern here would be ""normal""; if when j2jrnl and j3jrnl were offloaded
    there were long-running run-units active at the time of the offload,
    causing a bunch of BFOR images to be left in the prior segment(s).
    These should go away with the next offload/compress.



    Have you gone through successive offloads (of the same journal) and the
    stuff is still there?



    Don Casey

    Principal Consultant

    Run Right, LLC



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    On Behalf Of George H Lewandowski
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    Subject: Journal question




    We are running R16 sp7. Is there a utility to print the active
    journals.
    We had a region abend with a 3985 and after we have gone thru all 8
    journals the display still shows STUFF in 4 of the journals..

    D J

    Disk Journal Segno LoRBN HiRBN NxRBN Ful Act Rcv Arc Stat DsRBN
    DsINTV
    Tql
    J1JRNL 1993 1245 50000 43981 NO YES NO NO 0 46246
    5000
    0
    J2JRNL 1986 14527 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0

    J3JRNL 1987 23816 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0

    J4JRNL 1988 10 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0

    J5JRNL 1989 11 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0

    J6JRNL 1990 13 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0

    J7JRNL 1991 9 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0

    J8JRNL 1992 12 50000 ****** NO NO NO NO 0


    We are going to format the journals to clean up the mess but I am just
    wondering what can be done to find out what is there...

    Any suggestions are welcome.....


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    Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 11:54:34 -0400
    From: wiklund@TIBURONTECH.COM
    Subject: z/OS R1.10 upgrade
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    I have a client that is currently on z/OS R1.4 and they're thinking of going to R1.10. Has anyone made a similar 'quantum leap' in operating systems? If so, would either your systems programmers or management be willing to discuss the experience with my client?

    I'm aware of the IDMS gotchas waiting for me, but the client is worried about the opsys jump as a whole.

    Tia,

    bob

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    Date: Wed=2C 17 Jun 2009 11:54:34 -0400
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