Booth says: "And last night:  "After INZSYS is complete....."  Huh?  when'd
we do
INZSYS?  This is the first time we've seen the word.  Did it happen
automatically? Should we do it now?  It doesn't say to do it. "

Any time you do an install, 2.3, 3.05, 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, 3.7, 4.1 and 4.2. 
INZSYS is automatically started when you install the operating system. 
This is NOTHING new. If you do GO LICPGM and take option 50 after loading
PTFs, you will notice the INZSYS.  A powerdown triggers the INZSYS after an

Murphy visits all the time Booth, you should know that.  I had a guy using
my object conversion package.  He had electric department push electric in
the wrong direction, caused a transformer to burn up, fire department had
to come, they forced the evacuation of the building and since they are a
service bureau, their 30 other AS400s all powered off abnormally.  The guy
doing the upgrade was in charge of the other 30 systems also.  Not only did
the upgrade restore blow but he had all the other problems to contend with.
 Like getting 30 systems back up and running.   Your problems are minor. 
You should be happy the above did not happen to you.

Follow the Road Map!!!!!!

 Peter H. O'Connor
 PAE Inc.
 7 Riverway Rd.
 Salem, MA 01970-5343
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