At 10:00 AM 09/01/1999 -0700, you wrote:
>nina jones wrote:
> >
> > we have a client in birmingham that is upgrading their d10 to v3r2.
> >
> > they also are getting more disk, and when the ibm rep was in installing
> > the disk, she told the client that v3r2 was not y2k compatable, and that
> > a d10 could not run v3r2.
>V3R2 will run on any/all models of 400 including B models if you have
>enough disk to load it and enough memory to run it. Performance will
>vary from model to model depending on features of memory/disk. Most
>D models would have shipped with V2R3 but some shipped(as I recall) with
>V3 on them.

By memory now:

D models required V1R2

E models, I can't remember

F models required V2R2

F97 required V2R3

Models 200/3x0 (CISC Black Models) required V3R0M5 (which was essentially 
an excuse to bring in the V3 Revenue)

Models 400/5x0 required V3R6

Models 6x0/Sx0 required V4R1

First generation Model 170 required V4R2

Second Generation Model 170 require V4R3


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