Stacking Image Copies

Tito

Stacking Image Copies
Hi all,

I'm not a DB2 guy, so sorry for my dumb question.

I'd like to know if an Image Copy job can stack datasets on multi-volume tape?

I have a job running on DB2V8 that is getting A13-18 when getting the second tape during an Image Copy. JCL is right, I've tried a similar one just doing an IEBGENER and it ran fine, but when running DSNUTILB, it is failing.

Thanks for the help.

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Mark McCormack

Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Tito)
Tito,

Please post a sample of your JCL. I suspect you have a problem with
unit affinity / volume referback.

Mark

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Marc --- Sr. Database Analyst --- CFS Costa

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Mark McCormack)
Tito,



Are you using templates (for you JCL) and listdefs (for the objects you
want copied)? There is a stack option in the template that will allow
you stack tapes. I would take a look in the utility guide at both the
templates and listdef sections. Before we converted to listdef and
templates, we hand thousands of lines of JCL per job to copy a set of
data. Now it probably isn't more than 100 lines (depending on the
listdef).



Marc

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Hi all,



I'm not a DB2 guy, so sorry for my dumb question.



I'd like to know if an Image Copy job can stack datasets on multi-volume
tape?



I have a job running on DB2V8 that is getting A13-18 when getting the
second tape during an Image Copy. JCL is right, I've tried a similar one
just doing an IEBGENER and it ran fine, but when running DSNUTILB, it is
failing.



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Steve Barth

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Marc --- Sr. Database Analyst --- CFS Costa)
The DB2 install includes an imagecopy job that stacks tapes. You might
want to take a look at it in SDSNSAMP(DSNTIJIC)



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Hi all,



I'm not a DB2 guy, so sorry for my dumb question.



I'd like to know if an Image Copy job can stack datasets on multi-volume
tape?



I have a job running on DB2V8 that is getting A13-18 when getting the
second tape during an Image Copy. JCL is right, I've tried a similar one
just doing an IEBGENER and it ran fine, but when running DSNUTILB, it is
failing.



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Tito

Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Steve Barth)
Here it is the JCL I'm using:
//STEP01 EXEC PGM=DSNUTILB,PARM='DSNL,DSN3DBUP'
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSCOPY1 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SPT01(+1),
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// UNIT=3490,LABEL=(1,SL),VOL=(,RETAIN)
//SYSCOPY2 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SYSSTR(+1),UNIT=3490,
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP01.SYSCOPY1),LABEL=(2,SL)
//SYSCOPY3 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SYSPKAGE(+1),UNIT=3490,
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP01.SYSCOPY2),LABEL=(3,SL)
//SYSIN DD DSN=TDB2.DSNL.PARMLIB(DSN3DST1),DISP=SHR
//*
//STEP02 EXEC PGM=DSNUTILB,PARM='DSNL,DSN3DBUP'
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSCOPY1 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SCT02(+1),DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// UNIT=3490,
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP01.SYSCOPY3),LABEL=(4,SL)
//SYSIN DD DSN=TDB2.DSNL.PARMLIB(DSN3DST2),DISP=SHR
//*
//STEP03 EXEC PGM=DSNUTILB,PARM='DSNL,DSN3DBUP'
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSCOPY1 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SYSPLAN(+1),DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// UNIT=3490,
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP02.SYSCOPY1),LABEL=(5,SL)
//SYSIN DD DSN=TDB2.DSNL.PARMLIB(DSN3DST3),DISP=SHR
//*

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Dave Petronella

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Tito)
Tito,

Here's a sample set of control cards using templates and listdefs. You
can find more detail and other options in the Utility manual.

Anything I have in italics can be specified according to whatever your
standards are:

TEMPLATE templatename DSN(dshlq&DB..&TS..rest-of-dsn) <== &DB
and &TS are substituted at run time by the
database and
tablespace name being processed.
You can put these
anywhere in the DSN pattern you choose
UNIT tape-unit-name
VOLCNT (max-#-of-tape-volumes)
STACK YES
LISTDEF listdefname INCLUDE TABLESPACE dbname.*
COPY LIST listdefname
COPYDDN(templatename)
FULL YES
SHRLEVEL REFERENCE
QUIESCE LIST listdefname <== Shows that
listdefs can be used in the same utility execution
for multiple things.


Thanks.
Dave.
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Hi all,

I'm not a DB2 guy, so sorry for my dumb question.

I'd like to know if an Image Copy job can stack datasets on multi-volume
tape?

I have a job running on DB2V8 that is getting A13-18 when getting the
second tape during an Image Copy. JCL is right, I've tried a similar one
just doing an IEBGENER and it ran fine, but when running DSNUTILB, it is
failing.

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Tito

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Dave Petronella)
Here it is the JCL:

//STEP01 EXEC PGM=DSNUTILB,PARM='DSNL,DSN3DBUP'
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSCOPY1 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SPT01(+1),
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// UNIT=3490,LABEL=(1,SL),VOL=(,RETAIN)
//SYSCOPY2 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SYSSTR(+1),UNIT=3490,
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP01.SYSCOPY1),LABEL=(2,SL)
//SYSCOPY3 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SYSPKAGE(+1),UNIT=3490,
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP01.SYSCOPY2),LABEL=(3,SL)
//SYSIN DD DSN=TDB2.DSNL.PARMLIB(DSN3DST1),DISP=SHR
//*
//STEP02 EXEC PGM=DSNUTILB,PARM='DSNL,DSN3DBUP'
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSCOPY1 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SCT02(+1),DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// UNIT=3490,
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP01.SYSCOPY3),LABEL=(4,SL)
//SYSIN DD DSN=TDB2.DSNL.PARMLIB(DSN3DST2),DISP=SHR
//*
//STEP03 EXEC PGM=DSNUTILB,PARM='DSNL,DSN3DBUP'
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSCOPY1 DD DSN=DSN.BACKUP.SYSPLAN(+1),DISP=(NEW,CATLG),
// UNIT=3490,
// DCB=SYS1.DSCB.GDG,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.STEP02.SYSCOPY1),LABEL=(5,SL)
//SYSIN DD DSN=TDB2.DSNL.PARMLIB(DSN3DST3),DISP=SHR
//*





Tito,

Please post a sample of your JCL. I suspect you have a problem with unit affinity / volume referback.


Mark


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Mark McCormack

Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Tito)
Tito,

I had expected to see a problem in your JCL with the
VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.stepname.ddname) specification. I have seen problems
when all other dd stmts referred back to the first. Your JCL has each
dd stmt referring back to the immediately preceding dd stmt, which is
correct. I always used UNIT=AFF=ddname (ddname = copy file w/ 1,SL) on
all copy file dd stmts other than the first, but I don't think that
would lead to your problem. I used it to cause the job to use the same
tape drive for all copies. I used RETAIN to prevent unnecessary
rewind/remount.

Many sites have a default upper limit of 5 tapes per file which would
cause a failure if an attempt were made to overflow to a 6th tape. That
upper limit can be overridden with another parameter on the dd stmt.
But you say that your failure occurs on overflow to the 2nd tape, so I
am still puzzled.

Others have suggested using LISTDEF and TEMPLATE utility control stmts,
and that is what I would do. It allows you to eliminate all the output
file dd stmts from the DSNUTILB step, making it unnecessary to juggle
all the complicated parameters for unit, vol, label, and the like. The
DB2 utility controller will dynamically allocate them for you. You
indicate that you don't normally work with DB2, so this change may be a
sizable step for you. Are you trying to back up all tablespaces in the
DB2 catalog and directory? You have a number of copy utility steps in
the JCL you posted. If you post all of your sysin stmts from all steps,
I would be willing to write some equivalent LISTDEF and TEMPLATE stmts
for you.

Mark

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Dee Reins

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Mark McCormack)
I use DB2 unloads stacked on a tape, then load these with proc I
created. The ' STACK YES' option works fine.



TEMPLATE MRTUNLD

-- DATABASE TABLESPACE JULIAN DAY HOUR

DSN PMMR.DB2P.UNLOAD.&DB..&TS..T&JD.&HO.

UNIT C3590 DATACLAS NONTMM

STACK YES

BUFNO 40

RETPD 14

DISP (NEW,CATLG,DELETE)

------- ----------------------------------------------

--- SELECT AND EXCLUDE TABLESPACES --------

------- ----------------------------------------------

LISTDEF MR01LIST INCLUDE TABLESPACE DBMR01.TS*

INCLUDE TABLESPACE DBTR01.TS*

EXCLUDE TABLESPACE
DBMR01.TSMR008

------------------------------------------------

---- UNLOAD AND SYSPUNCH CONTROL CARDS -------

------------------------------------------------

UNLOAD LIST MR01LIST SHRLEVEL CHANGE ISOLATION UR

UNLDDN MRTUNLD



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Tito

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Dee Reins)
Mark and all,

thanks a lot. I will investigate better template and listdef options and change the jcl I'm using.

Thanks a lot.

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Carol Anne Sutfin

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Tito)
To increase the number of volumes past the default

with JCL

//BACKU001 DD DSN=TANV.DTBKUP.DBBPEJ1M.TSBPEJ1M.D010801.T0400,
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG,CATLG),
// UNIT=TAPE,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,,999),
// LABEL=(001,SL,RETPD=030)
//BACKU002 DD DSN=TANV.DTBKUP.DBBPEJ1M.TSBPEJ2M.D010801.T0400,
// DISP=(NEW,CATLG,CATLG),
// UNIT=AFF=BACKU001,
// VOL=(,RETAIN,,999,REF=*.BACKU001),
// LABEL=(002,SL,RETPD=030)

OR
using a template include

STACK YES
VOLCNT 999


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The ` STACK YES' option works fine.

TEMPLATE MRTUNLD
-- DATABASE TABLESPACE JULIAN DAY HOUR
DSN PMMR.DB2P.UNLOAD.&DB..&TS..T&JD.&HO.
UNIT C3590 DATACLAS NONTMM
STACK YES
BUFNO 40
RETPD 14
DISP (NEW,CATLG,DELETE)
------- ----------------------------------------------
--- SELECT AND EXCLUDE TABLESPACES --------
------- ----------------------------------------------
LISTDEF MR01LIST INCLUDE TABLESPACE DBMR01.TS*
INCLUDE TABLESPACE DBTR01.TS*
EXCLUDE TABLESPACE DBMR01.TSMR008
------------------------------------------------
---- UNLOAD AND SYSPUNCH CONTROL CARDS -------
------------------------------------------------
UNLOAD LIST MR01LIST SHRLEVEL CHANGE ISOLATION UR
UNLDDN MRTUNLD

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Craig McKellar

Re: Stacking Image Copies
(in response to Carol Anne Sutfin)
Hi
I am not sure if this is your problem but there is a documented feature
of JCL that will lose the tape volume for stacking when the previous
step spans multiple volumes. The subsequent volume is lost. We found
this in a similar job to yours with the refer backs across steps. have a
read of APAR Pk33563 and JCL VOL parm in JCL reference guide.
"If the current job step extends the referenced data set to more volumes
the new volume information is NOT available to the referencing DD
statement when the one of the following conditions is true: 1) The data
set that is referenced (directly or through a chain of references)
existed before the start of the step containing the reference.
./.................."

Basically if your first step last DD spanned multiple volumes then the
first DD of the next step referencing the previous step DD will not find
the volume name and hence the job will failed with S613. This only
happens when the first step spans volumes. The workaround - start a new
volume on the second step.
I hope this helps.
Craig


McCormack, Mark A wrote:

> Tito,
>
> I had expected to see a problem in your JCL with the
> VOL=(,RETAIN,REF=*.stepname.ddname) specification. I have seen
> problems when all other dd stmts referred back to the first. Your JCL
> has each dd stmt referring back to the immediately preceding dd stmt,
> which is correct. I always used UNIT=AFF=ddname (ddname = copy file w/
> 1,SL) on all copy file dd stmts other than the first, but I don’t
> think that would lead to your problem. I used it to cause the job to
> use the same tape drive for all copies. I used RETAIN to prevent
> unnecessary rewind/remount.
>
> Many sites have a default upper limit of 5 tapes per file which would
> cause a failure if an attempt were made to overflow to a 6th tape.
> That upper limit can be overridden with another parameter on the dd
> stmt. But you say that your failure occurs on overflow to the 2nd
> tape, so I am still puzzled.
>
> Others have suggested using LISTDEF and TEMPLATE utility control
> stmts, and that is what I would do. It allows you to eliminate all the
> output file dd stmts from the DSNUTILB step, making it unnecessary to
> juggle all the complicated parameters for unit, vol, label, and the
> like. The DB2 utility controller will dynamically allocate them for
> you. You indicate that you don’t normally work with DB2, so this
> change may be a sizable step for you. Are you trying to back up all
> tablespaces in the DB2 catalog and directory? You have a number of
> copy utility steps in the JCL you posted. If you post all of your
> sysin stmts from all steps, I would be willing to write some
> equivalent LISTDEF and TEMPLATE stmts for you.
>
> Mark
>
>
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