Chris,

I'm assuming that you're booting from CD and coming up to the selections
below:

'IPL or Install the System'      Select 'Use Dedicated Service Tools'
'Use Dedicated Service Tools'    Select 'Work with Disk Units'
'Work with Disk Units'           Select 'Work with Disk Configuration'
'Work with Disk Configuration' Select 'Work with Device Parity
Protection'

and so on...

If you can't find or display these options, there is a good chance that
you are logging into DST with insufficient authority.  Are you logging
on as QSECOFR?

If you're logging on as QSECOFR and still cannot see the options, how
far do you get?  What do you see?

Regards,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse


> I have a 270 with four drives in it, and I want to remove all four of
> those drives and replace them with 6 new drives.
>
> After I take the old out and put the new drives back in I can boot
into
> DST, but I don't get any of the options to configure the disks.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
>
> Chris



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