How to edit Recovery option of a VSAM file



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How to edit Recovery option of a VSAM file

Postby Prasanna G » Sat Jul 07, 2018 9:16 am

Hi

Can some one please let me know how to change the Recovery option of a KSDS VSAM file?
The current properties of the VSAM file is below. I want to change the Recovery option to N.

VSAM Cluster Attributes:                                                
   CI size  . . . . . 26624    size of the data control intervals      
   Buffer space . . . 53760    buffer space to be allocated at open time
                                                                       
   Share options .    Cross region . 2          Cross systems  3        
   Process options    Reuse  . . . . N          Recovery . . . Y        
                      Spanned  . . . N          Erase  . . . . N        
                      Extended . . . N          Extended addr  N        
                      Compressed . . N          Writecheck . . N        
 
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Re: How to edit Recovery option of a VSAM file

Postby expat » Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:40 am

Take a look at the IDCAMS manual - for the ALTER statement
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Re: How to edit Recovery option of a VSAM file

Postby willy jensen » Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:41 pm

Why? RECOVERY or SPEED options is only considered during the initial loading (creation) of the data set. You specify RECIVERY or SPEED on the define command when you create and load the cluster. Look at the description of the SPEED|RECOVERY options for DEFINE CLUSTER in the 'DFSMS Access Method Services for Catalogs' manual.
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