LOAD

The LOAD control statement is used for recovery purposes to load the database from a sequential, previously unloaded file. The input, unloaded copy of the database is defined with the SARLOAD DD statement.
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The LOAD control statement is used for recovery purposes to load the database from a sequential, previously unloaded file. The input, unloaded copy of the database is defined with the SARLOAD DD statement.
The high-level name of the output database must have been defined with the NAME control statement (or the PARM parameter of the EXEC JCL statement).
The destination database must be a new and unused database.
Syntax:
LOAD [BUFFER | NOBUFFER]
where
  • BUFFER
    Specifies whether to buffer records written to the output database, which improves performance and reduces I/O time.
  • NOBUFFER
    The default.
WARNING! When using the LOAD control statement, be aware of the following:
The CA View archival started task (SARSTC), SARFSS, SARXTD, CA View Cross Memory Services (SARXMS), and CA Deliver-direct-to-CA View must be inactive.
When using BUFFER, an unsuccessful completion could corrupt the output database.