At 02:06 PM 11/27/99 EST, Dean Asmussen wrote:
>Henrik (et al),
>In a message dated 11/25/99 4:23:00 AM Eastern Standard Time,
>> message: IBM claims that V3R2M0 is compliant, and that V3R1M0 is not. Exact
>> what and why I don't know (does a list exist?).
>Watch out! We just installed about five pages' worth of Y2K PTF's for _V4R2_
>a couple of weeks ago (quickly followed by another patch to correct our SQL
>performance which went down the toilet the minute we came up)!!! The
>descriptions of the PTF's are rather cryptic, suffice it to say that Y2K is
>an ongoing process even on the AS/400...
MMU posted this today in V1#39
IBM Y2K Support Pages
Here are some IBM Y2K support pages that you probably want to bookmark in your Web browser. The first is http://www.as400service.ibm.com/supporthome.nsf/Document/17742518. This is IBM's overview of Year 2000 PTFs for the AS/400. This is a much less compact document than the one
DLB Associates provided for last week's issue, but this one has the virtue of being official and updated frequently. (We are working with DLB to provide a PTF update guide on a regular basis). This IBM site provides a collection of authorized program analysis report (APAR) listings for all the supported OS/400 releases, which detail all the PTF patches for OS/400 and its related systems programs. It doesn't tell you how to apply PTFs, and it is not concise, but AS/400 customers should probably be looking at it to see what's up.
In addition to this set of pages, IBM will provide a special set of Y2K alerts between December 28 and January 5 at http://www.ibm.com/software/year2000/alert/. These pages will profile problems with IBM equipment and software as they crop up in IBM's worldwide customer base. It will also
track the PTFs to fix these problems and provide other workarounds and advice until PTFs are issued to fix Y2K bugs.
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