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Problem with NOCOPYPEND

OS version: Z OS 1.4
DB2 version: 7.1

After running LOAD REPLACE with NOCOPYPEND option, TS is in COPY PENDING status. We get RC=0 after LOAD. SYSIBM.SYSCOPY catalog table reflects FULL IMAGE copy at time T1 and LOAD REPL LOG(NO) at T2 (T2>T1).

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DB2 ignores a NOCOPYPEND specification if you also specified COPYDDN to make a local site inline image copy during the LOAD.
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And if the tablespace was already in a copypending status before the load utility started, that status will NOT be resetted by load NOCOPYPEND.
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We don't specify COPYDDN. Thanks anyway.

We don't know for sure the state of this TS before loading, but there's no evidence in SYSCOPY of any previous utility that could leave the TS in such a state (as far as I know REORG LOG NO and LOAD LOG NO are the only ones...)

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Dear ORSIPMP, have you thought about the MODIFY utility? MODIFY is able to
become a TS in copy pending status.
Very often MODIFY brings us surprises.

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