reallocation Attribute Defining Item/BASIC: Syntax, reallocation Attribute Defining Item/BASIC: Syntax

reallocation

Command reallocation Attribute Defining Item/BASIC: Syntax
Applicable release versions: AP
Category BASIC: Syntax (110)
Description used to resize a file when it is restored.


Before the file is saved, the new modulo is placed into attribute 13 of a file-defining item. During an account-restore or full file restore, (see :files) the file will be restored at the new size. If a file is too small, updating attribute 13 and account-save, delete-account then account-restore will cause the system to allocate more frames in the primary space for the file.

Parentheses must enclose the reallocation number.
Syntax
Options
Example
ct dict employees employees

    employees
001 D
002 6165
003 31
004
005
006
007
008
009 L
010
011 
012
013 (97)

 Notice that the file has a modulo of 31 frames and during the next 
account-restore the modulo will be reallocated to 97 frames.
Purpose
Related tcl.account-save
tcl.account-restore
tcl.f-resize
group
tcl.:files

reallocation

Command reallocation Attribute Defining Item/BASIC: Syntax
Applicable release versions: AP
Category BASIC: Syntax (110)
Description used to resize a file when it is restored.


Before the file is saved, the new modulo is placed into attribute 13 of a file-defining item. During an account-restore or full file restore, (see :files) the file will be restored at the new size. If a file is too small, updating attribute 13 and account-save, delete-account then account-restore will cause the system to allocate more frames in the primary space for the file.

Parentheses must enclose the reallocation number.
Syntax
Options
Example
ct dict employees employees

    employees
001 D
002 6165
003 31
004
005
006
007
008
009 L
010
011 
012
013 (97)

 Notice that the file has a modulo of 31 frames and during the next 
account-restore the modulo will be reallocated to 97 frames.
Purpose
Related tcl.account-save
tcl.account-restore
tcl.f-resize
group
tcl.:files