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Re: Upgrade a 9406/S30 at V4R5 to V5R3?



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Rob - it's halfway down the V5R2 planning page from your link
OS/400 Support of Selected AS/400 Models, June 2002
IBM plans for OS/400 V5R2 to be the final release supported on AS/400 Models
150, 600, 620, 640, 650, S10, S20, S30, S40, and SB1.
jim

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Subject: Re: Upgrade a 9406/S30 at V4R5 to V5R3?


> I searched all over
> http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/support/planning/nav.html
> and
>
http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/support/planning/v5r2planning.html
> Mentions a card on the Sxx box that won't work after V5R2.  Therefore I
> think we can assume, in general, that the Sxx box is supported under V5R3.
>  However I would check out all three of these versions to see if any of
> your cards bit the dust.
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> Officially you should upgrade to V5R1 or V5R2 and then upgrade to V5R3.
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> Since I see Domino god indications all over your signature I would
> strongly suggest you check out Domino compatibilities.  I know that Domino
> Server R5 does not work on V5R3.
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> Rob Berendt
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