• Subject: Re: Cisc to Risc Disk Requirement
  • From: Glenn Ericson <Glenn-Ericson@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2001 21:18:00 -0400

At 03:21 PM 04/03/2001 -0500, Pat Barber wrote:
Very unlikely you can upgrade to any of the newer releases with
just 3 gig now. Most of the V4XX require at least a gig or more
depending on the products installed. If the customer requires 2.5
gig, it just ain't gonna fit...... A new drive of any flavor doesn't
cost that much. Used drives would also be an option. The size of
OS/400 does not appear to be getting any smaller..... I would
assume you are getting another machine anyway...

> Bill Albert wrote:
>
> I am helping a client with Cisc to Risc upgrade and the planning tool
> states that there is not enough disk capacity.  This is a 3GB machine
> with 2.5GB used by Customer.  EUA planner says IMPI requirement is
> 2.4GB.  Is there a way do do this in pieces or some other way around
> putting disks into an old machine?
>
> Any experience with this? (Al?)
>
> Any help appreciated.
>
> Bill
+---
If  you are  going to the current
iSeries  [ 8xx ] then you very well might want V4R5

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