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Ron Bakker NL

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:49 pm    Post subject: Sort work data sets not multi-volume
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I need some help with an interpretation issue I'm having?
Does the information below regard to SORTWKnn data sets only or also to SWnnWKmm, DATAWKnn, DAnnWKmm, STATWK01, ST01WKnn, ST02WKnn data sets?
I can't make it out if the phrase " Sort work data sets" relates to "Sortwork-datasets (SORTWKnn )" or "Work Datasets for DFSort (also SWnnWKmm, DATAWKnn and so on) ". I'm almost sure it is the second interpretation but I need to be completely sure for adjusting the ACS routines.

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Sort work data sets cannot span volumes. ....

When assigning a data class, it is important that you turn off the ability to allocate sort work data sets on multiple volumes (either directly defining them preventively as multi-volume or letting space constraint relief expand a data set to multiple volumes). DFSORT can only use the part of the sort work data set that resides on the first volume; all other parts on an additional volume will go unused by DFSOR, which wastes disk space and likely causes SORT CAPACITY EXCEEDED failures.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Sort work data sets not multi-volume
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Ron Bakker NL wrote:

Does the information below regard to SORTWKnn data sets only or also to SWnnWKmm, DATAWKnn, DAnnWKmm, STATWK01, ST01WKnn, ST02WKnn data sets?


Ron Bakker NL,

All of the above mentioned are still sort work data sets, but with a different naming convention and they can't span volumes.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2013 3:40 am    Post subject: Topic Solved
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Thank you Skolusu for your swift reply. Now I can safely adjust the ACS routines accordingly.
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