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    Unanswered: DB2 Restore

    I have a system that I will be restoring to multiple systems. The original backup was run to TSM. Normally I would restore pulling from TSM. However, since this will be restored to multiple systems can I pull the backup down from TSM and then run the restores pointing to a file system? Has anyone done this before?

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    You mean using db2adutl to extract the image and then restore using this extracted image? Sure, it should work. Auto-incremental restore relies on the history file, but a regular restore is fine. I've done it before.

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    as indicated many times... WHY DO PEOPLE NEVER READ THE BOOKS ????
    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce.../r0002077.html
    there is even a redbook talking about db2 and tsm
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    Thanks, just wanted to double check. I have used db2adutl to extract the logs in the past just had not used it for the backup. Thanks again.

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