• Subject: RE: Upgrade from V4R1 to V4R5 - Has anyone done this?
  • From: Eric DeLong <Eric.DeLong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 08:09:00 -0600

     My own experience of this was our 170 development machine. It came 
     preloaded with the current version of OS400 (V4R3 at that time), 
     and our sysadmin saved all user objects on our old box to be 
     restored on the new. Some of the objects in qusrsys and qgpl were 
     overwritten with backlevel versions. 

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Subject: Re: Upgrade from V4R1 to V4R5 - Has anyone done this?
Author:  "tomh@simas.com" <SMTP:tomh@simas.com> at EXCHANGE
Date:    11/24/00 4:36 PM

I remember you telling us about some big-time problems you had doing this
of upgrade a few weeks ago.  Did the problems turn out to be unrelated to
V4Rx -> V4R5 upgrade itself?  If not, what was the gotcha?
Just wanting to know, 'cuz I'm gonna be doing one myself in a few weeks... 
At 12:27 PM 11/24/00 -0800, you wrote:
I was wrong.
>Dear Al,
>What is this "screw up" you warn about?  I am also interested. 
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