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RE: OS 400 upgrade



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Saving SPLF's will get alot easier in V5R4....



On Wed, 13 Oct 2004, Condon, Mike wrote:

> What methods do you use to move/save spool files?
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: MITTELHEISSER Jean Claude [mailto:MITTELJC@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 2:41 AM
> To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
> Subject: RE: OS 400 upgrade
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I will have something similar to do soon : Migrate from a 820 in V4R5 to a
> 520 in V5R3 (of course). Does it mean I have to migrate my 820 first in V5R2
> before saving and restoring on 520 ? Is there a simplier way in my case ? I
> thought I could simply start my 520, install LIC, OS/400 and LPPs, configure
> network and then restore CFG, PRF, *NONSYS, DLO,... from 820.
>
> Thanks.
>
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]De la part de Philipp Rusch
> Envoyé : samedi 9 octobre 2004 11:29
> À : Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
> Objet : Re: OS 400 upgrade
>
>
> Hello Al,
>
> comment inside :
>
> Al Barsa schrieb:
>
> >This requires a two step upgrade.  What I would do is as follows:
> >
> >1.      DSPSFWRSC *PRINT to determine which LPPs you have on V4R5.
> >2.      Determine what are the correct LPPs for V5R3.  IBM keeps changing
> >their names and designations to insure that they never get any name
> >recognition.
> >3.      Double check that you have no improperly coded trigger programs.
> >The best way to see which files have triggers is to do DSPFD to an output
> >file, and query the output file.
> >4.      De-install all LPPs on the system except for QGPL and QUSRSYS.
> >This will save you time in the long run.  When I de-install lots of LPPs,
> >I submit batch jobs multi-threaded to do this in parallel.
> >5.      Get the latest CDs for V5R2, and install LIC, OS/400, QGPL and
> >QUSRSYS.  Skip any PTF's unless required.  There is 1 PTF that you will
> >need for V5R3 that comes with the V5R3 media, so put that on.
> >6.      Immediately install V5R3, and all required LPPs.  Do not say
> >"Install All", because it will.  Tick off the LPPs that you want.  You
> >will have to hang around during the LPP installs to "Accept License
> >Agreements".  This is new for V5R3, so you may want to read up on it.  You
> >cannot "Accept the License Agreements" in advance (preferred method) for
> >the LPPs, because they weren't there.
> >
> This is not quite true, the "required PTFs"  that  come on an extra
> CD-ROM give you
> a menu similar to those upgrade preparation menus when converting from
> CISC-to-RISC.
> You are able to accept the license agreement(s) from there in advance
> and I didn't
> need to babysit that upgrade to press the F14-button to accept them on a
> one-by-one basis.
> There was a memo to users describing that process.
>
> HTH, Philipp
>
> >7       Install PTFs and go.
> >
> >It will be a long day.  I just did a V4R4 to V5R2 using comparable
> >methodology, and it took 12 hours on a 720.  Based on speed of processor,
> >it could take longer, because of "Accepting the License Agreements".
> >
> >Al
> >
> >Al Barsa, Jr.
> >Barsa Consulting Group, LLC
> >
> >400>390
> >
> >"i" comes before "p", "x" and "z"
> >e gads
> >
> >Our system's had more names than Elizabeth Taylor!
> >
> >914-251-1234
> >914-251-9406 fax
> >
> >http://www.barsaconsulting.com
> >http://www.taatool.com
> >http://www.as400connection.com
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >"Condon, Mike" <M1C@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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> >10/08/2004 10:49 AM
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> >
> >Subject
> >OS 400 upgrade
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >Is an upgrade from OS400 v4r5 to v5r3 a one step process, or does it
> >require
> >an intermediate upgrade, for example v4r5->v5r1->v5r3?
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