So the i5/OS upgrade didn’t quite go 100%.  The only problem after the upgrade is that backups are kinda messed up.  Well, by kinda I mean they aren’t working much whatsoever.  Once I figure it out, I’ll post the solution.  In the meantime, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

Pancake Bunny

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2 Responses to “Can’t ask for a perfect upgrade…”
  1. Rick says:

    Len are you using BRMS, it has to be initialized after an Upgrade…..Rick

  2. Len says:

    Hey Rick, Good suggestion about the INZBRM *RUNPRDINZ but that had been done as part of the upgrade and a full save through BRMS was done after the upgrade. The problem after that has been failure of nightly cumulative backups.

    My theory on why nightly backups are not working is that object conversion happened after the i5/OS upgrade which updated the modification time on many, many objects. With that, the nightly CUML save is trying to grab too many objects and greatly exceeding our nightly backup window.

    I’ll put my theory to the test this weekend when we do a full save and see if that corrects the nightly cumulative saves after that.