From: Jim Essingertimes.
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 4:37 PM
I don't know why IBM duplicates the disks, but I have seen it many
disks show the same versions between the two sets. Only use one set.
Also - B_GROUP1_01 shows a RS 710-10 for it's version. All the other
Are you going to use an image catalog to do the update?
sentYes, that is what my I_BASE_01 disc shows. But I have 2 of them in
the same order and they both show the same thing?
From: Jim Essingermedia, and a respin of the the same thing. I have always seen
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 4:19 PM
I am going through the same thing. I have an original order of 7.1
duplicate disks from IBM, usually I get double of >everything.
to the ReSave of 7.1 with the technology refresh already applied. I
Does your I_BASE_01 disk show the following?:
Licensed Machine Code RS 710-F
The first set of disks I have the 710-B version, I believe this
believe that version F is the latest. At least that is >what was
wrote:when I asked my VAR to order the ReSave of the install disks.
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 1:54 PM, Bob Cagle <bcagle@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I am preparing for our 7.1 upgrade and going through the discs
received at the end of November, and I have what appears to be two
keyed media.thesets of the same thing:
The first set has:
B_Group_01 thru 05
And the second set:
B_Group_01 thru 02
The only difference I can see between these two sets of DVDs is on
For the B_Group DVDs, the first set shows on the packing list,
code 5817 and the second is feature code 6284.
For the I_Base DVDs, the first packing list reads I_Base_01
licensed machine code, and the second one reads V7R1 Standard and
The both show feature code 5870. Other than that, the physical
DVDs themselves are labeled exactly the same.
Does anyone know what the difference is? Is it an error/duplicate
then?theshipment? Or is the first set the base code, then the second set
licensed programs? If that's the case, do I load all of them into
same image catalog, or do I need two different image catalogs
Please be gentle with me - it's been over 4 years since I did our
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