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RE: Upgrading R&D LPAR from V6R1 to V7R1 TR7


Good luck with that. Here's a clue. It was a webcast, not a webinar.
Another clue, it was done through COMMON. To finally find it will take
the knowledge of Gandalf because COMMON's website sucks and it's a rare
day when it works.
I think I am starting to figure it out. First of all use IE and not FF.
Secondly keep clicking on all the popups to show you all content and not
just the secure content. You'll eventually get to:

From August 21, 2013
Step by Step Guide to Creating Virtual i Partitions Hosted by IBM i (FREE
to Everyone)
Speaker: Pete Massiello, iTech Solutions
New starting with IBM i 6.1 is the capability of an IBM i Logical
Partition (LPAR) to provide virtual disk storage for other IBM i
partition. IBM i has provided "hosted disk" for Windows servers and AIX or
Linux partitions for several years, but the ability to host another IBM i
LPAR is new. Come see how you can create a partition without any hardware
required. I will go through the step by step process of what is required
to create these virtual partitions. You can create a 7.1 partition for
testing while continuing to run 6.1
Click here to download handout

Oh, and you have to have a COMMON membership.

Rob Berendt

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