Optical Access Method. It's a PITA, last time I got involved -
which was... 15+ years ago, in Germany. Fun times - not! Can't
remember the details but it was a major hassle. Storing low-value
objects on 'cheap' media made sense when DASD was worth more than
gold but it's not worth the hassle.
Lizette, just bung it on DASD and save yourself a world of
PS: Oh-oh-oh, Ama... Er, a not-very-cryptic clue as to where this
was. The Good Dr. Ebert, if he's still lurking from foreign Orange
lands, may remember more than me about OAM.
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Sent: 30 October 2017 14:06
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Subject: [DB2-L] - RE: Question on DB2 LOBs and OAM
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OAM=Object Attribute Memory Computing? Operations Administration
and Maintenance Computing?
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From: Lizette Koehler [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2017 9:40 AM
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Subject: [DB2-L] - Question on DB2 LOBs and OAM
I am working on reviewing the potential of using DB2 LOBs in
Currently at DB2 V10 z/OS V2.1
I was wondering if those that have done this, can provide any
guidance, gotcha's, etc. that will help me evaluate, plan out, and
implement this process.
Was this worth doing? Why or why not
Any issues that needed to be known before implementation? Any DB2
facilities that need to be updated before using this?
Anything my storage admins (that is me) needs to know?
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