I have had similar experiences, and I just re-install them.

To me the fact that a failure in a restricted state of any licensed pgm is
just an indication that the process was never tested well enough.


Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC


914-251-9406 fax


                    Larry Bolhuis
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                    12/14/01 11:17 PM
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Greetings to the highly intelligent Midrange community.

The last two V4R5 to V5R1 upgrades that I have done have each failed to
install at least a dozen program products. I didn't keep the lists but
in each case they were smattered all over from pieces of SS1 all the way
  to XE1. In each case history log messages indicated the products were
not copied from the media. LICPGM Option 5-prepare for install- had
successfully located these products.  After failing during the initial
install the use of option 11-install licensed programs for each of the
failed programs successfully loads them no problem.

Both of these upgrades were dual processor 820 machines with lots of
memory and disk.

Nothing in the archives, or on the iSeries pages.

Thoughts? Similar experiences? I'm full of ****?


    - Larry.

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