I'm planning to do as much cleanup as I can before we do the migration. Most of it will be done manually because of the various things that have been done over the years and then changed. Not cleanup was done after the changes were done.
I am looking at the device descriptions at this time and I am seeing devices for emulator naming conventions that were created in 1994 and haven't been used.
CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx> 4/17/2014 11:59 AM >>>
On 16-Apr-2014 19:08 -0500, hs@xxxxxxx wrote:
<<SNIP>> if you have time and want to clean up, go manually including
QGPL / QUSRSYS.
Not sure of what was intended to be implied by the above [esp. re:
"cleanup" and "go manually"], but if someone were doing a migration and
"including QGPL / QUSRSYS" [¿where the slash apparently is supposed to
imply a "+"?], then they might also consider QSYS2 as another one of the
quasi-user\quasi-system libraries to be included.
And FWiW: Anyone not intimately familiar with the nuances of the
effects of restore and install with regard to those libraries, they
might best avoid ever attempting any work "manually" if not following
exactly the steps provided in a documented\supported migration path;
i.e. they might end up with all the perverse side effects of having
[duplicate files and members with TEXT('Alter Name ...') or in USEng
TEXT('Old name ...') and potentially also /corrupted/ database file
networks] like is conspicuously visible on system PUB1 on the rzkh.de