On Wed, 10 October 2001, Basit Khan wrote:

> So, That means it is okay to say that every time we have a new version of
> operating system we upgrade our hardware - someone is talking "M     S
> "'s language here. I thought that is not the case with IBM's AS/400 - well I
> guess I was wrong.
> We were running our billion dollar business on 436 without a single problem
> and just the version upgrade will make it obsolete box - I am sorry but
> there is something wrong with this picture.

Can you clarify your situation? Some of it seems odd. Running a "billion dollar 
business" on a 436 seems strange enough; but also, how many version/release 
upgrades have you done on your 436 and how many required hardware upgrades (as 
in "every time we have a new version of operating system we upgrade our 
hardware")? What version/release are you currently running?

Tom Liotta

Tom Liotta
The PowerTech Group, Inc.
19426 68th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032
Phone  253-872-7788
Fax  253-872-7904

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