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Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS

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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)...
almost 3 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 ...
about 3 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

Enhancement request for #JC1 job

This is an enhancement request for the *#JC1 job. As currently designed, if any step within the job were to fail, the job continues executing the subsequent steps. As a result (during a DR situation), ALL steps would re-executed once the issue is ...
almost 2 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 1 Not under consideration

Enhancement request for #JC1 job

This is an enhancement request for the *#JC1 job. As currently designed, if any step within the job were to fail, the job continues executing the subsequent steps. As a result (during a DR situation), ALL steps would re-executed once the issue is ...
almost 2 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release

Allow Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS to display the status of HSM

Since Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS makes extensive use of DFHSM it would be useful to view the current status of HSM from within RE. Questions such as: Is HSM operational? Have previous offloads been completed? Are there any issues with HSM before...
almost 4 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 2 Not under consideration

Record recovery events in SYSCOPY

I did a recovery using Recovery Expert but no entries were populated into SYSCOPY. This is a gap for record keeping and audit purposes.
about 2 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 1 Not under consideration

Record recovery in SYSCOPY

When using Recovery Expert, I am noticing it doesn't record an entry into SYSIBM.SYSCOPY.
about 2 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 2 Not under consideration

utility that allows us to convert from Timestamp to LRSN

It's a client need
about 2 years ago in Db2 Recovery Expert for z/OS 0 Planned for future release