• Subject: RE: A worried New comer with a CUM install.
  • From: Tim Truax <truax@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 15:07:30 -0400
  • Organization: USPA

On Friday, May 22, 1998 1:46 PM, SROACH [SMTP:SROACH@MANUS.COM] wrote:
> Hello all:
>
>     I am new to the list.  Our company uses a 53S model AS400 running
> V3R7M0.   is an unsettling prospect.  I have heard horror stories of 
installs that went
> wrong and I was wondering if anyone has any tips regarding this process. 
 I have
> read the install instructions a couple of times as well as the PSP info, 
but it
> is somewhat daunting, and I'm not sure I'm not missing something.

Hello and welcome,
I am relatively new to the fabulous 400 as a programmer.  But I have had 
experience upgrading the 400's to new releases and the CUM updates.  It has 
been my experience that if you follow the instructions that accompanied the 
media (probably on CD) sent from IBM.... I mean SKIP NO STEPS!!!, and do 
EVERYTHING as per the easy to follow method instructed.  You will be just 
fine,  I have had only small problems in this regard and it was always 
traceable back to my own careless instruction following!
Any other questions let me know.
Tim Truax
AS400 Programmer/Analyst        
US Properties and Appraisal Services Corp
1370 Washington Pike
Bridgeville,   PA    15017

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