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.
>needless to say, the client freaked and called me. i told the client
>the ibm rep was mistaken, but i'd check.
>so is it true that a d10 can't run v3r2? we have an old d20 that's been
>running v3r2 for 3 years now.
>gee, i feel really dumb even asking...
all AS 400 s are Y2K "ready". Putting the operating
sytem etal to release V3R2 is the latest available
Y2K Ready release for CISC systems.
PLUS you will have to add all the Y2K PTFs so far
and expect a bunch "more" in 30 to 60 days.
Stay tuned for the latest in Y2K land
Glenn Ericson, IBM Certified Specialist
Phoenix Consulting LLC
P. O. Box 701164 East Elmhurst NY 11370-3164 USA
Phone 718 898 9805 Fax 718 446 1150
AS/400 & Year 2000- - Solutions Specialists
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