• Subject: Re: IPL source: ##MACH#A - Uh oh!
  • From: Pete Massiello <pmassiello@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 16:36:27 -0400
  • Organization: OS Solutions

Only the last one is temp applied, so they are on the A side.  I do not think
there is anything newer than the Cum you are running, except for some Y2K PTFs
for V3R2.

    Pete

D.BALE@handleman.com wrote:

> After creating my original post on the cume & group PTFs, I came across an
> interesting (?) situation on our V3R2 development box.
>
> DSPPTF shows:
> Product ID  . . . . . . :   5763999
> IPL source  . . . . . . :   ##MACH#A
> Release . . . . . . . . :   V3R2M0
>
> Type options, press Enter.
>   5=Display PTF details   6=Print cover letter   8=Display cover
>
>      PTF                                    IPL
> Opt  ID       Status                        Action
>  _   TL98139  Temporarily applied           None
>  _   TL98048  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL97322  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL97231  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL97126  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL97063  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL97014  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96317  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96282  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96233  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96219  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96191  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96165  Superseded                    None
>  _   TL96144  Superseded                    None
>  _   RE97230  Permanently applied           None
>  _   RE96102  Permanently applied           None
>  _   MF19696  Save file only                None
>  _   MF18809  Temporarily applied           None
> etc....
>
> Note that the last IPL source shows ##MACH#A.  If I interpret correctly that
> the TL* entries are the cume PTFs, would it not appear that this box is
> currently running on a totally non-cume'd bare V3R2 OS?  No one here has any
> idea how long this box has been running in ##MACH#A; most likely since cume
> 98139 was applied.
>
> I suppose I should IPL to ##MACH#B and run that for a week or so before
> installing the latest/last cume (subject to the question of whether I should
> even bother - see last post).
>
> Again, all useful advice solicited.
>
> Dan Bale
> IT - AS/400
> Handleman Company
> 248-362-4400  Ext. 4952
> D.Bale@Handleman.com
>   Quiquid latine dictum sit altum viditur.
>   (Whatever is said in Latin seems profound.)
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