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



fixed

Using the HMC create partition wizard, I created a 4th partition.
However, no where through this process did I see where this partition would be "hosted" and tied to an existing partition.
At this point, it appears as a "normal" or "standard" partition, with no physical hardware assigned to it.

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of rob@xxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 11:33 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: RE: Upgrading R&D LPAR from V6R1 to V7R1 TR7

You can add more storage spaces on the fly. Just don't add more than 16 to one device. Create another device instead. Otherwise the 17th space will just eat space and never be used. Can only be removed in a system down condition.

WRKNWSD
Network
Server Text
MAIL1 MAIL1, Domino Guest lpar
MAIL1D1 MAIL1, More disk drives
MAIL1TO MAIL1, Tape and Optical

What ties these all together is some stuff created on your HMC. There is no WRKNWSC.

WRKNWSSTG
Name Server Seq
MAIL1D101 MAIL1D1 1
MAIL1D102 MAIL1D1 2
MAIL1001 MAIL1 1
MAIL1002 MAIL1 2
MAIL1003 MAIL1 3
MAIL1004 MAIL1 4
MAIL1005 MAIL1 5
MAIL1006 MAIL1 6
MAIL1007 MAIL1 7
MAIL1008 MAIL1 8
MAIL1009 MAIL1 9
MAIL1010 MAIL1 10
MAIL1011 MAIL1 11
MAIL1012 MAIL1 12
MAIL1013 MAIL1 13
MAIL1014 MAIL1 14
MAIL1015 MAIL1 15
MAIL1016 MAIL1 16
These are all 140's.



Rob Berendt
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