At 06:30 PM 12/9/97 EST, you wrote:
>Al - 
>
>Now it makes more sense what IBM is having done here.  I will have the
>*production* userdata, our vendor products, and our CISC LPP's on the machine
>before I install the RISC LPP's.  (We have done exactly what you mentioned -
>deleted S36 and S38 features, etc on the CISC system).
>
>But it is not feasible for us the rent all the disk we would need to have the
>RISC and CISC systems contain the same data.  So while I am following the
>roadmap otherwise, this is technically a deviation.  I will also be
limited in
>not always being able to use a Enhanced Upgrade Assistant option, for
example,
>using EUA to restore the system.  Instead of having it perform a RSTLIB
>*NONSYS, I will have to perform a RSTLIB *IBM followed by a RSTLIB (list of
>libraries). 

There are a variety of risks.  First of all, your IBM programs are not all
just contained in RSTLIB *IBM.  LPPs and LPOs also reside in DLOs and the
IFS.  If you are careful, you can probably do what you're proposing,
however I have seen smart folks try this kind of stuff and mess us.

Al



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