• Subject: Re: Sys/36 virtual machine, or OS/400?
  • From: jkrueger@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2000 11:57:01 -0600

A good summary of the System/36 migration options that are available is on
the following web site:


One thing you should note right away is that V4R4 will be the last OS/400
release supporting M36, so if your client is looking forward to access to
future OS/400 enhancements, it becomes even more imperative to consider
S36E.  The implications for doing that are also listed on the above site.

Janet Krueger
Rochester Technology Center, part of D H Andrews Group

I have a real sinking feeling about this.  A business partner sold them
this setup and is installing the M36, but the client is looking forward to
gradually installing new OS/400 applications and features.  From what you
are saying Eric, it sounds like that isn't going to happen?

How tough is it to migrate from the M36 to S36E?  Is it a data save and
restore some day in the future?

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