• Subject: Re: Going Uphill (v4r2/640 loading onto v4r3/650)
  • From: PaulMmn <PaulMmn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 00:20:36 -0500
  • In-Reply-To: <6D70903196D4D11190680008C728A61DD78A8C@HQEXS01>

Oh bother!

We're about to head off to visit our hot site, where they have a lovely
model 650/2243 with a 12-way processor waiting for us.

Trouble is, we're at v4r2, and our CE has just informed us that we must be
at least at v4r3 to use a 12-way processor.

That's not likely.

At this point I think our best option is to have the hot site pre-load the
system with v4r3, then load our stuff on the machine.

Other than having to re-create things such as system values and network
attributes and such, are there any pitfalls anyone has run into with such a
temporary upgrade?

Moving back to a lower level machine, we have to save to v4r2, of course.

If anyone has any experience with an uphill leap, I'd appreciate hearing
from you.

--Paul E Musselman

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