DUNZIP(1)

NAME

dunzip - Unzip a dzip binary file to specified HLQ.

SYNOPSIS

dunzip [-dDhovVu] [-Q<tmphlq>] [-i<dataset-pattern>]+ [-e<dataset-pattern>]+
       [-s<size>] [-t<volume>] [-H<newhlq>] [-S<storclas>] [-m<mgmtclas>]
       [<src-file>|<src-dataset>] [<volume>]

-h
     Display syntax help.

-d
     Print out debug messages.

-D
     Source is a dataset.

-e
     Exclude particular data set patterns from dzip binary in unzipped contents.

-H
     Specifies the HLQ to use for extracted data sets.
     Defaults to running user username.

-i
     Include particular data set patterns from dzip binary in unzipped contents.

-I
     Specifies that the data sets that are being restored were dumped
     from a different system.

-m
     Specifies the user-desired management class that is to replace the
     source management class as input to the ACS routines.

-o
     Overwrite existing data sets with the same name on target device.

-Q
     Use an alternative high-level qualifier (HLQ) for temporary dataset name
     will override TMPHLQ environment variable as well.

-s
     Specify how large to allocate datasets.
     Valid units are: CYL, TRK, K, M, G.
     Defaults to bytes if no unit provided.

-S
     Specifies the user-desired storage class that is to replace the source
     storage class as input to the ACS routines.

-t
     Specifies a particular volume should be used when creating temporary
     datasets.

-v
     Print out verbose command information.

-V
     Unzip volume (default is dataset)

-u
     Specifies the SMS classes specified with -S and/or -m should be used
     when creating temporary datasets

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

TMPHLQ
     Overrides the current high-level qualifier used for
     temporary dataset names.

DESCRIPTION

Unzips a file created by dzip, with the option of changing the first segment of the HLQ. (e.g USER.TEST.FILE -> MY.TEST.FILE)

Specifying more than the first HLQ segment (e.g MY.HLQ) will result in an error.

If specifying multiple dataset patterns with -i or -e, separate dataset patterns with a space or comma (,).

DATASET PATTERNS

The following rules apply to .

Either fully or partially qualified data set names can be used.

The single asterisk (*), is used in place of exactly one qualifier. In addition, it can be used to indicate to DFSMSdss that only part of a qualifier has been specified. For example, just the first, last, middle, or first and last parts.

When used with other qualifiers, the double asterisk, (**), indicates either the nonexistence of leading, trailing, or middle qualifiers, or the fact that they play no role in the selection process.

Two asterisks are the maximum permissible in a qualifier. If there are two asterisks in a qualifier, they must be the first and last characters.

A question mark (?) or percent sign (%) matches a single character.

EXAMPLES

dunzip -s5M /tmp/d38382.dzp TEST
dunzip -V -s20G /tmp/d38382.dzp USER10
dunzip -D -iuser.test.* -euser.test.someds source.data.set USER10

EXIT VALUES

0
     Success

Other
     Error, see message for details

SEE ALSO

dzip(1)