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woodsy

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:47 pm    Post subject: Volumes in a Storage Group
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Hi SMS Experts

Can some one answer the following questions

Can a volume name eg "DATA01" be defined to two different storage groups called "SGPRIME" & "SGPOOL"?

If the answer is NO which DFSMS manual is it documented in?


Many thanks for you time

Andrew
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:08 pm    Post subject:
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Why would you want to define it to two different SG's ?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 7:22 pm    Post subject:
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The ISMF panel only has one spot for storage group, so I suspect the answer is NO.
Code:
   Panel  List  Utilities  Scroll  Help
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 DGTLGP34                                     VOLUME LIST
 Command ===>                                                  Scroll ===> CSR
                                                       Entries 1-29 of 29
 Enter Line Operators below:                           Data Columns 22-26 of 40

      LINE       VOLUME PHYSICAL  STORAGE   CF VOLUME  SYS1      SYS1
      OPERATOR   SERIAL STATUS    GRP NAME  STATUS    SMS       MVS
     ---(1)----  -(2)-- --(22)--  --(23)--  --(24)--- --(25)--- --(26)---
                 STG001 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG002 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG003 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG004 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG005 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG006 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG007 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG008 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG009 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG010 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG011 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG012 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG013 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG014 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG015 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG016 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG017 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG018 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG019 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG020 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG021 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG022 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG023 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG024 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG025 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG026 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG027 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG028 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
                 STG029 CONVERT   SGNOTEMP  ---------  --------  ON
     ----------  ------ -----------  BOTTOM  OF  DATA  -----------  ------  ----
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 8:48 pm    Post subject:
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No you cannot define a volume in two Storgrps. ISMF will not let you do this. Also it is pointless as you cannot have two of the same volser online to MVZ/ZOS at the same time. Duplicate volsers are NEVER a happy situation....avoid at all costs.

The DFSMS Storage Administration Guide or Reference proabbly states this somewhere, have you looked?
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