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    Question INFORMIX Backup two different schedules

    Hello,

    I hope anyone can help me with this subject.
    I search... and search, and i can't find an answer to this "issue".

    I Have an INFORMIX database associated to a schedule.

    The "Problem":

    I want to add 2 another schedules for INFORMIX databases.

    Schedule_M (Monthly Schedule)
    Schedule_Y (Yearly Schedule)

    I know that I have do add in dsm.sys two different node names like: Informix_M and Informix_Y.
    And for complete this task for stanza names I need two have two dsm.opt with the correspondent node names.

    My questions are:
    What steps I have to do to make it works?


    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    YEah, add all stanzas for each node name into your dsm.sys, create the nodes on the TSM server, setup your MGMT/copy with retention requirement. Then you need a CAD or SCHED service for each node running. You can do it with DSM_DIR etc variables to specify what dsm.opt to use and use the dsmsched, or have the dsmcad with -optfile=monthly.opt etc.

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