Thanks Tom.

Yes, I did mean VRS.

No, IBM did not do the conversion.

The output shows:
Exit status:
  EDGUX100 = NONE

Are you suggesting that I not use EDGUX100, but instead use:
RMM ADDVRS DSNAME(’**’) WHILECATALOG

Will this affect all existing volumes? Is there a way to see the effect without accidentally messing everything up?

Tony Thigpen

Tom Conley wrote on 02/13/2018 09:04 AM:
On 2/13/2018 8:19 AM, Tony Thigpen wrote:
We recently converted from CA-1 to RMM.

I am having an issue with some tape volumes containing GDGs not
scratching after x days.

I have determined it is due to EXPDT=99000, and I am now waiting for
the person who performed the conversion to let me know if the EDGUX100
exit is installed and activated.

I am now looking at the process to create the correct VDS records for
these GDGs.

Currently, using a LISTCAT GDG ALL, I can see that the number of
versions to be retained is 7. And only 7 DGDs show up in the LISTCAT.
RMM has more versions in it's catalog.

In creating the VDS in RMM, it appears that I will need to also tell
it the number of GDGs to retain.

Maybe I am looking at this wrong, but it looks like I will need to
maintain the number of generations to retain in both locations?


Tony,

If you mean VRS, set it to WHILECATALOG for that GDG, and the other
versions that RMM has will go to scratch.  99000 with EDGUX100 should do
the same.  Does TSO RMM LC ALL show EDGUX100 active?  If IBM did your
CA-1 to RMM conversion, this should have been done.

Regards,
Tom Conley

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