We put on UQ03848 in a group of 16 PTFs that I believe were all co-reqs and
the problems we had got worse. We had to back them all off. There is an
open PMR with level 2 (TCP/IP) on this one..... They don't know where the
problem is, so there was no PE out yet.
jlawson AT thehartford DOT com
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Subject: ADSM questions about backups/restores
Author: INTERNET.OWNERAD at SNADGATE
Date: 11/26/97 4:34 AM
Oscar Omar wrote:
> I have installed an MVS server 2.1 (don't know the level) and I'm
>it with NT client V2, and have the following questions for you to help me
>I deleted (on purpose) an entire directory and ask the ADSM to recover it
>from the GUI (restore by branch), and everything seem OK until it stopped
>on the last file, the activity on the server showed 0 usage of CPU and on
>the client side, physically the file showed about 300 bytes less than the
>original file, and the interface had not ending it's process. When the
>client reached the IDLETIMEOUT, the server aborted the connection and
>tape, and on the client side the GUI marked NO errors and everything was
>OK. I repeated the process and did it again. Any ideas why it's not
>those final bytes and ending without having to abort the connection ?
>Buffers or something ?
Are you running IBM TCPIP V3.2?
If so, check out APAR PQ03285 /PTF UQ03848, which corrects this situation!
Dag Bj|rnar Skogli
Telenor Bedrift, Divisjon IT-service,
Sentral Drift, Storage Management,