• Subject: Re: Seperate Subsystems for MIS users
  • From: Dave Shaw <dshaw1@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 08 Jul 1998 09:12:04 -0400

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Welsh <jimwelsh@ix.netcom.com>

>We went live today with the new 400 model 600 v4r2. The system was working
>over the weekend but when we started up Qinter this morning to let the
users on
>the system immediately froze up...
>I've been concerned we might have some problems because we hadn't loaded
>latest cume
>or any PTF's. ( Not my decision there )...

Why would anyone decide not to put on the latest cume before bringing a new
system on-line?  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as you can
obviously attest.  Are there still people out there with an unreasonable
fear of cumes, or what?

Dave Shaw, General Nutrition, Greenville, SC (just down the road from BMW -
Bubba Makes Wheels :)
The opinions expressed may not be my employer's unless I'm sufficiently

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