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Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS

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Dynamically manage the size of DD DSNINFO for Recover expert SLB

DD DSNINFO is hardcoded with fixed allocation parameters, and they are not always sufficient. A manual override is needed. Given that the workload has been increasing over the years, the default values may no longer suffice, requiring more frequen...
3 months ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

Allow use of the REUSE keyword on basic/non-advanced recovery plans

When the DB2 Recovery Expert for z/OS generates basic recovery plans for one or more tablespaces, it currently provides no provision in non-advanced recovery plans for the user to specify whether the REUSE keyword should be used in the generation/...
8 months ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

Issue a warning or a report where a table or objects can be included in more than 1 profile

Since an application recovery profiles can cover multiple db2 objects e.g. say 20 tables, the same table can qualify for the object pattern in more than 1 application profile. when in a mass recovery scenario the first application profile will run...
11 months ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

Provide an additional output DD for Recovery Plan messages that cause Plan create failures

We are testing Recovery Expert and as part of our POC one of our batch runs produced an extremely large amount of output in the ARYEXPLN DD (over 139,500 lines). The job ended with a RC=8 and an indication that a Recovery Plan could not be created...
over 3 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

EXTFILE size needs to be in TCz

The size of the EXTFILE is actually hard coded in the skeleton. Other than reducing the scan range (currently 3 and 7 hrs), we can recommend updating the skeleton. For the transaction scan, you can edit SARYSLIB members ARYINBX (currently line 90)...
about 4 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

Recover of freed packages

We would like to be able to recover freed packages. One of our clients always performs bind from a temporary library to avoid cluttering. This means it can require some investigation to find the correct DBRMs, especially if a lot of package were ...
over 4 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release