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Re: v5r3 s36 migration commands gone



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Bruce,

I'm curiouse, does IBM have a number on how many S/38's are still in use
in production?

Don in DC
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On Wed, 13 Oct 2004, Bruce Vining wrote:

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> Jim,
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> In the V5R2 Announcement letter 102-157 under Planning Information:
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> S/36 and S/38 Migration
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> IBM plans for V5R2 to be the final release to support:
> . OS/400 option 4 - S/36 and S/38 Migration
> . OS/400 option 11 - S/36 Migration Assistant
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> There was also this -
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> Additional information may be found on the iSeries Planning Information Web
> site.  This site contains information such as Product Previews, Statements
> of Direction, and products no longer supported on a release, with migration
> plans, as available.
> http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/support/planning/nav.html
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> The above might be a nice site to review periodically.
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> Has anyone else noticed that S36 Migration and the Migration Assistant
> (options 4 & 11 of SS1)
> are not supported in V5R3? see section 4.1 of Memo to Users. S36EE is still
> supported.
> Thanks to Al Barsa for pointing that out to me today.
> Was there any advance warning on this?
> If someone would please raise this issue with IBM at Common Sound Off. I've
> got perhaps 10 migrations to do in next couple years. Will have to take an
> intermediate step to a box with an earlier release.
> jim franz
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