• Subject: Re: BRMS
  • From: Bob Larkin <blarkin@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Jan 1999 01:26:02 -0800

Speaking of BRMS, a client has ADMS running on AIX (RS/6000) It backs up their
RS/6000 and I believe some OS/2 servers. We are looking at the possibility of
doing the two S/20s thru this setup. Problems are:
A - AS/400 client to work wiith AIX is new and we have no feedback on how well 
B - I have been told that we will still require BRMS on the AS/400s at about 

The AIX machines have an 8mm silo. The AS/400s each have 3590 Adstar drives, but
they have been using them as a single cartridge drive.

Anyone have any experiences with this type of an environment. Possibly thoughts
in terms of Price performance of alternatives.
Bob Larkin

bvining@VNET.IBM.COM wrote:

> BRMS (5769-BR1) on V4R2 is actually a V4R1 level of the product (you can
> see this by GO LICPGM, Display installed licensed products, find
> 5769-BR1 and then use F11 to display the release).  Using the search
> values 5769-BR1 AND V4R1 under Service Support on the web shows several
> PTFs being available.  One for example is SF43481 which is a "V4R1"
> PTF to update BRMS with new V4R2 *ALLUSR libraries.
> Bruce Vining
> >
> >Can anyone tell me if there is a PTF for BRMS on V4R2 ?
> >
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