• Subject: RE: Upgrade paths
  • From: Neil Palmer <NPalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 19:18:24 -0500
  • Organization: NxTrend Technology - Canada



-----Original Message-----
From:   Gary Feinstein [SMTP:gfeinste@planethollywood.com]
Sent:   Wednesday, November 12, 1997 6:42 PM
To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject:        Upgrade paths

I am trying to figure out the upgrade path for a 510.  I think the next
step would be a 600, 620, 640, or 650.  How is the S series different
than the 600 series?  Is the OS enhanced in the S series for file 
server
use?  Are their any hardware differences?  Is there somewhere on the 
IBM
web site that I can look for this information?  I downloaded a couple 
of
PDF files today however, they are just brief overviews of the
information I am looking for.
TIA.
Gary Feinstein

Sounds like a 620 is where you should be headed.
'S' series are optimized for Client Server/Batch performance.

You can review the specs online in the System Handbook manual 
(GA19-5486).
You should be able to locate it from:

http://as400bks.rochester.ibm.com/

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