• Subject: RE: What Version of Service Pack for OS/400, etc ???
  • From: "Raikov, Leonid" <Raikovl1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 19:50:47 +0100

Chuck

Obviously your AS/400 is at an older CA PTF level then your CA
distribution CD. That's not too much of a problem, but to make it nice
and clean try ordering and installing the latest CUM PTF package for
whatever OS version you're running. After that reboot your CA PC again.
This time most probably it will suggest you download the latest CA
service pack from your managing system. Take this option and hopefully
it'll work.


Lo 

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chuck Lewis [SMTP:CLEWIS@IQUEST.NET]
> Sent: 20 July 1998 16:46
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      What Version of Service Pack for OS/400, etc ???
> Importance:   High
> 
> Hi Folks,
> 
> Me again...
> 
> In case I haven't explained, I have taken a new job and the shop I am
> in
> had a 620 installed in November '97 in anticipation of getting off of
> a
> Unix/NCR box. That is still the plan but not much has happened with
> the
> AS/400 and there has been no AS/400 "knowledge" in-house. That's where
> I
> come in and I am TRYING to get everything "caught up"... (i.e. OS
> PTF's,
> CA installed, TCP/IP, backups, etc.)
> 
> I figured out that I needed CA Windows 95/NT Service Pack V3R1M2
> bacause
> that is what we CURRENTLY have on the ONE PC we are setting up with CA
> (that was AFTER downloading V3R1M3 and trying to apply it and getting
> the "SP must match host level" message... I'll be calling our
> marketing
> rep on getting V3R1M3 - as soon as I figure out who that is <BG>)...
> 
> I loaded V3R1M2 on the PC and when I took the "reboot PC" option and
> it
> came back, I had the following message:
> 
> Check Version
> 
> Your managing system XXXXXX (our system name), is at Client Access
> level: SF41904.
> Your computer is at Client Access service pack level: SF47544.
> 
> You can change the service pack level to match your managing system by
> uninstalling the current service pack. Do you want to uninstall the
> current service pack ?
> 
> I tried calling Support Line only to find out that we have NO contract
> (something else that I am workig on... <G>) and the subscription folks
> are supposed to be calling me back.
> 
> I've looked at APAR II10303 which goes over PTF's for V3Rx systems.
> The
> V4R1 section doesn't include much and doesn't appear to be something
> that would cause this...
> 
> ANY idea what is going on ?
> 
> Thanks !
> 
> Chuck
> 
> 
> 
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