On 21/05/2008, at 11:48 AM, Paul Jackson wrote:

All Lic and OS versions exactly the same.

This just gets more and more interesting. I'm not saying it is impossible for Rochester to have done this but it does seem unlikely. There must be something different that triggers this behaviour. PTF level is one possibility but usually this sort of structural change (I presume more than just the table size was moved) occurs on release boundaries. The WCBT is more an OS function than a LIC function.

What differences exist between the systems that exhibit this behaviour and those that don't? Some possibilities:

1) AS/400 vs iSeries vs System i?
2) Processor: Power 5 vs Power 5+ vs Power 6?
3) LPAR: Partitioned systems vs non-partitioned?
4) PTF levels?

Regards,
Simon Coulter.
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