• Subject: Re: IPL frequency dangers
  • From: Dave Murvin <davem@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 07 Jan 2000 08:44:21 -0800
  • Organization: DRM Enterprises, Inc


I have an S10 that I have been using just like this for the past two
years or so and no problems so far.  When I work out of my "office", I
power up in the morning and shutdown at night.  On the days I am not
working on the AS/400 or am working at a client site, the machine stays
powered off.

Dave Murvin
DRM Enterprises, Inc.

Chris.Chambers@v2music.com wrote:
> I have an AS400 which I use at home for development purposes - as this machine
> is only in use when I am developing at home (2 days a week and occasional
> weekends) I PWRDWNSYS when not in use and IPL from the front panel when 
> This will happen about 2 to 3 times a week.
> Is there any danger in 'switching on and off' like this or would it be safer 
> have the machine powered up all the time?
> Any thoughts?
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