We will be restoring a database from an ADASAV and running ADARES REGENERATE to roll the database forward to a known point. Between the ADASAV being taken and the point to whch we wish to recover, there was a batch REORFILE utility run, with SORTSEQ.
I understand that ADARES REGENERATE will stop processing this file number and return a cc=4 when it encounters the utility checkpoint. The question is: is it safe to skip rerunning the utility, and after the ADARES REGENERATE has completed for the rest of the database, can an extra ADARES REGENERATE be run for that file only, from the SYNP 1A (not with the “include” parameter) checkpoint belonging to the REORFILE.
I believe the REGENERATE works at an ISN level not a block level, and that REORFILE keeps the ISNs, so can I assume that this is safe? (We really don’t want to have to rerun the REORFILE if we don’t have to).
Also, will the SYNP 1A checkpoint be written out when ADARES REGENERATE stops processing the file so that we will know where to start regenerating from after the utility?
Any replies - even half an answer - would be welcome!