To expand on this a bit, there is a Y2K APAR that is being worked on
for RCLDLO.  The APAR is SA86751, and basically MCH1210 may occur when
operating with DLOs after performing a RCLDLO.  Perhaps it's just me,
but I consider MCH errors to be different than "machine checks".

The easiest way to avoid this is to not use RCLDLO until PTFs are
available.  As the attached note indicates, PTFs for V3R2, V3R7 and
the various V4 releases are targeted for later this week.

Bruce

>
>Ibm call us today to say don't use Rcldlo.
>A ptf will be deliver this week.
>
>This cause a machine check.
>A Y2K problem.
>
>Stephane Leon
>


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