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RE: HMC network install of i5OS V7R1 from a single volume DSLO image - OS and PTF combined



fixed

Chuck,

1) What profile do you use / recommend?
2) Why are there 2 replace releases, what are the differences?
QIBMRPLRLS IBM replace current release
QINSNEWSYS Install new AS/400
QRPLRELLVL Replace current release

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of CRPence
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 3:44 PM
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Subject: Re: HMC network install of i5OS V7R1 from a single volume DSLO image - OS and PTF combined

On 15-Jan-2014 11:22 -0800, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
<<SNIP>>

I'm not quite clear on the profiles. They have 3. If you display them,
minor differences on the one screen.

Installation Profile : QIBMRPLRLS

Enable automatic
configuration . . : *SAME

Device configuration
naming . . . . . . : *SAME

Default special
environment . . . : *SAME

Installation Profile : QINSNEWSYS

Enable automatic
configuration . . : Y

Device configuration
naming . . . . . . : *NORMAL

Default special
environment . . . : *NONE


The "Install New System" profile establishes a non-S/36EE [native] configuration, whereas the "Install Replace Release" leaves unchanged, whatever was previously established on the system; i.e. the prior configuration, with regard to the system values QAUTCFG, QDEVNAMING, and QSPCENV, remain the _same_ as they were. If that RplRls installation profile is used for a new installation, then those system values will be set to the defaults [the "shipped value"], which happen to match what are shown in the above NewSys installation profile.

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Regards, Chuck
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