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PostPosted: Sat Oct 05, 2019 10:01 pm    Post subject: DFSMShsm Dataset Recovery with B and C records
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Hello *,

as there are good samples of a recovery for ML1 and ML2 datasets when the running DFHSM CDS don't have the information any longer, means we have to use the backup CDS here - it raises the question what is needed when there are only backup records (basically B/C) left to go on? What fields are really needed to make a successful restore besides restoring the complete records of both.
If we are talking of GDS we only have one B and only one C record. Anything else makes things more complicated.
So let's see if anyone knows for the easy way.

Thanks for any suggestions or help.

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