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What is 2K and 16K blocks on HLIST? O_o

 
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:40 pm    Post subject: What is 2K and 16K blocks on HLIST? O_o
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Hi,

When I performed HLIST for all datasets on migrated 1 status,

HLIST LEVEL(A) MCDS ODS('xx.yy.zzz') SELECT(ML1)

The output dataset xx.yy.zzz had,

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MIGRATED  LAST REF MIGRATED  TRKS    QTY  TIMES  DS SDSP   QTY    LAST MIG
ON VOLUME   DATE     DATE   ALLOC  2K BLKS MIG  ORG  DS  16K BLKS  VOLUME 
                                                                           
  HSM006  10/11/15 10/11/25 0000001 0000001 001   PS  NO   ******   ******
  HSM006  10/11/15 10/11/25 0000003 0000028 001   PO  NO   ******   ******
  HSM006  10/11/15 10/11/25 0000015 0000002 001   PO  NO   ******   ******
  HSM012  10/11/02 10/11/12 0000001 0000002 001   PS  NO   ******   ******
  HSM034  10/11/03 10/11/13 0000006 0000025 001   PS  NO   ******   ******
  HSM033  10/11/14 10/11/24 0000001 0000001 001   PS  NO   ******   ******
  HSM006  10/11/15 10/11/25 0000001 0000004 001   PO  NO   ******   ******



Could you please let me know what the 2K blocks and 16K blocks means?
For all ML1 datasets the values were in 2K blocks and
For all ML2 datasets the values were in 16K blocks.

Thanks in advance,
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:32 pm    Post subject:
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2K BLK This field contains the size, in 2K blocks, of the data set on the migration volume. This field does not apply to tape.

16K BLOCKS This field contains the size, in 16K blocks, of the data set on the tape migration level 2 volume. This field does not apply to DASD migration volumes


http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/zos/v1r10/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.zos.r10.arcd000/u3156.htm
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These things should be readily availble in manuals. Have you had a chance to look at them?
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You type faster than me, Peter - or may be I've taken the signature of Dr. Enrico Sorichetti so seriously -- search the correct manual, click on it to open, search for what you are looking for and then reply in, ah..I'm slow in doing that...icon_biggrin.gif

It's Friday so, http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/zos/v1r10/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.zos.r10.arcd000/u3156.htm
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:10 pm    Post subject: Reply to: What is 2K and 16K blocks on HLIST? O_o
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very kind of You Nurse Dhawan icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif

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Thanks for the link and info, it helps.

Regards,
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LOL - I believe you don't dream us to be alone Enrico! icon_lol.gif
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A Google on "HLIST LEVEL" gave me the hit almost immediately.

Maybe posters could do the same before asking for help/solutions.
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