If you have permanent journals, restoring database DBC converts the permanent journal dictionary to the new format, but does not convert data in the permanent journal.
The following procedure and ARC-based scripts are common to many sites. If your site has different restoration procedures or job scripts, use those instead to complete the process.
- If you have not already initialized the destination system, do that before continuing. See Initializing the Destination System.
Restore database DBC.
The following example illustrates code for restoring database DBC:
LOGON tdp/dbc,dbc_password; DELETE DATABASE (DBC) ALL, EXCLUDE (DBC); RESTORE DATA TABLES (DBC), RELEASE LOCK, FILE=ARCHIVE;
If you have permanent journals, restore the journal tables using the following commands:
RESTORE DICTIONARY TABLES ALL FROM ARCHIVE, RELEASE LOCK, FILE=JNLARCH;Journal data is not restored.
- Complete the steps to run the post_dbc_restore script.