• Subject: Re: Managing PTF's...Strategy?
  • From: Sclind2@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998 10:24:05 EDT

In a message dated 98-07-08 10:08:57 EDT, you write:

<< Usually I run on side B and only permanently apply PTF just before putting
 up a new Cum CD. Or a new release. I see no problems running on the B side.
>>

I would agree.  Before I apply a CUM tape, I would want to apply all temp
PTF's permanently.  That way if there is something wrong in the CUM tape, I
can IPL on the A side and I should be back to where I was before.

Is there something wrong with this philosophy?  Many other posts indicate they
almost never apply anything permanently.

Scott Lindstrom
Zenith Electronics
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