• Subject: Re: V2R3 CISC to V4R2 RISC - Do we dare?
  • From: Pete Massiello <pmassiello@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 12:14:34 -0400
  • Organization: OS Solutions International

Rob Berendt wrote:
> We haven't done the V2R3 to V4R2.  We've done V3R2 to V4R2.  Follow the steps 
>of the 'Roadmap for changing to Power PC technology' very carefully.  Since 
>we've done many CISC-to-RISC upgrades we have our own instructions written 
>down that go along with the book.  Our instructions are tailored for the 
>individual machine, and the upgrade path chosen.  For example:  side-by-side, 
>unload/reload, etc.
>  gone by, that the dependence has grown on these files and I would be loathe 
>to delete them.
> Check this out:
>  Library     Object      Object           Object   Text description
>                          Type             Size
>  QSYS        QADBIFLD    *FILE     1,674,665,984   Cross reference physical 
>  QSYS        QADBIATR    *FILE       190,861,312   Cross reference logical 
>  QSYS        QADBILFI    *FILE       171,986,944   Cross reference logical 
>  QSYS        QADBILLB    *FILE       110,145,536   Cross reference logical 
>  QSYS        QADBXREF    *FILE        48,410,624   Cross reference physical 
>  QSYS        QADBKFLD    *FILE        47,239,168   Cross reference physical 
>  QSYS        SSA         *USRPRF      45,129,728   Group profile for BPCS
>  QSYS        QADBFDEP    *FILE        16,830,464   Cross reference dependency 
> Whenever you use the SQL command CREATE COLLECTION to build a library it will 
>build logical files over these physicals and store them in the new library you 


  I dont know if you can permenantly delete them. I beleive that you
will run into trouble.  THis files get full of deleted records, and you
need to bring the system into a restricted state to reorg them using an
IBM program by doing CALL QDBRCLXR or for those on V4R2 RCLSTG 
SELECT(*DBXREF).  Everytime you do a restore, rename, create of files
this cross reference files get updated.  THis functionality was added to
all OS/400 levels starting with V3R1.

  I dont know why you have the SSA *USRPRF in that list above. If you
are wondering why it is so big, it because it probably owns all your
BPCS objects.


Pete Massiello
OS Solutions International 
Phone: (203)-744-7854  Ext 11.
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