At 08:26 AM 12/5/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Message text written by INTERNET:MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>
>
>>>Danger, danger.  There is subtle damage that SAVxxx won't find that I
>>classify as 'CISC Garbage' that RISC will not tollerate.  Omitting the
>>RCLSTG is a big NO NO from my perspective.
>>
>>Al
>
>>Uh.... what -kinds- of garbage?  (I -did- kick off a RCLSTG on the 'old'
>system tonight...  I'll see what I get.)
>-
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>There has been much talk about RCLSTG and if you should do it or not.  Al
>is 1,000%  correct in that RCLSTG should be run just in case you have junk
>on your system.  

Let me clarify a bit further.  Although the RCLSTG is important for the
Enhanced Upgrade Assistant to get data from your system, here it is not
essential.  If it runs into bad garbage, it will abend.

The RCLSTG needs to be run prior to the save.  This is because the RISC
restore may not handle the CISC garbage properly.

Who was that guy that said "Follow the Roadmap, Follow the Roadmap, Follow
the Roadmap"?

Al



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