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Re: Tracking PTF media



fixed

I've updated from no-ptfs to lastest cumulative/hiper/etc on a few
hours using the download manager and those were almost 30gb of
ptfs....

Best Regards,


On Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 4:21 PM, Chris Bipes <chris.bipes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I like the SNDPTFORD command. I take option 3 to not send the request, leaves then in the problem database with a status of prepared. Once I have placed the orders for all the PTF's I need, I submit to batch the SNDSRVRQS for the *PREPAIRED entries I created in step one.

The system downloads them in batch while I have a beer or two. I used to do the FTP stuff but that is now outdated.

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Chris Bipes
Director of Information Services
CrossCheck, Inc.
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I have found the easiest way to get anything more than a single PTF is
to use the FTP download. I create a batch download either in my Winderz
server or on the i, depending on where I am. Kick it off let it rip.
To download every group and cumulative from IBM for V7 last Tuesday took
about 9 hours at a shade over 2Mb on my 15Mb line from TimeWarner.
Using download manager and direct to the system always seem to fail and
take longer.

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