Jim's link below gives the HMC to FSP version relationship and it's usually pretty up to date though as pointed out currently at least a tick behind.

For the HMC code to HMC hardware relationship the only place I've found is in the "Upgrade Notes" section of the 'cover letter' for the MH PTF that covers that release. So for example MH01343 is for V7R7.7.7..7.7..? of the HMC. It states that 7310-C04 and 7310-CR2 are not supported for this release. I'm not aware of a nice neat chart for that.

Seems like a great suggestion. Maybe we can get Tim on that. :-)

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis


On 1/3/2014 2:12 PM, Jim Oberholtzer wrote:


Jim Oberholtzer
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Subject: Supported HMC models and OS levels


I'm sure someone has asked this before, but I can't find an answer in the
archives. Does anyone know of an IBM site that shows the supported HMC
models for each level of the HMC OS? I have 7042CR4 and I want to know what
the highest level I can upgrade to is.


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