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Re: V5R3 upgrade to V5R4



fixed

The LIST gets another save!!!!!  Gotta be ahead of Trevor Hoffman now whos
the Major Lg career leader (482 jumps to mind)

1.  Did 5.3 latest cume, groups, hipers,pre-upgrade PTF's this weekend along
with the additional licensed storage stuff from optical.
2.  5.4 install and cumes,hipers,groups going to image catalog this morning
(woulda been done but .......... can anyone say CRAPPY twinax
printers.........)

We'll start the party at 5 pm Friday and "hopefully" be outta here by
midnight.........
Reminds need to check if security is gonna be here....definitely not a GOOD
neighborhood

Thanks all................................

and the $ thing..not a chance when you are a small online/traditional
college................
Still "haggling" over a new 520......

Ah, the joys of being back in the trenches and outta mgmt and
consulting....but I LOVE it.......PERFECT position for me for a LOT of
reasons.








On 11/8/06, Darrell A Martin <DMartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi:

If you don't have sufficient support in your management team to push for a
dependable schedule for planned crucial activities, then you are stuck.
Maybe the best thing (depends on a host of non-technical factors such as
how much it would bother you to look for another job) is to start the
process when the system is made available to you, and then just let it
take
as long as it takes. When it's not ready on time for the users on Monday
(or whenever) then just shrug.

Well, we can dream, can't we ...

Darrell

Darrell A. Martin  -  630-754-2187
Manager, Computer Operations
dmartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 11/08/2006 08:27:29 AM:

> ARRRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!
>
> Everyone at work has known for 3+months that we have the upgrade
scheduled
> for 5-11 pm Friday and 8am to 11 pm on Saturday (plenty of time IMO).
Well,
> reminder went out this morning 9 am least the 5th one) and gee, guess
what,
> now Saturday is a BIG issue.
>
> So my question then is: Is there any way to determine how long it will
> take?  I plan on doing 2xSAVSYS (already saved and deleted test
libraries,
> other non-essential stuff) and disk status is at <40% of 175 GB.  The
box
is
> a single LPAR 270 with 4 GB memory.


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