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Disclosed is a method for allowing a customer to collocate object data to a specific media type utilizing the tape management system's pooling support.
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Method for assigning collocated object data to a specific media type
Disclosed is a method for assigning collocated object data to a specific media type by one global
application specification. This method allows the z/OS* DFSMSdfp* OAM (Object Access Method) tape
customers to add the object storage group name as the low-level qualifier to the existing OAM data set
names (OAM.PRIMARY.DATA.sgname, OAM.BACKUP.DATA.sgname and
OAM.BACKUP2.DATA.sgname) by optionally specifying a global parameter. The object storage group
name identifies collocated object data. The system's tape management system can parse the low-level
qualifier, the object storage group name, to use as criteria for determining what set of tapes (pool of
tapes) should be used for a particular scratch mount, resulting in the appropriate tape pool name being
appended to the mount message. Multiple tape pools can then be defined with different media types and
if the length of the media is important can be defined separating longer and shorter media and also
WORM (write-once read many) and rewritable media.
In order for an installation to optionally use the OAM tape data set name format with the object storage
group name appended, a keyword, DSNWITHSGNAME, is added to the SETOAM statement in the
CBROAMxx member of PARMLIB. This specification globally impacts all newly allocated OAM object
tape data set names for the system when writing from load point. If the global specification
DSNWITHSGNAME is specifie...