Yep, after you do the install, do something to touch all of the files on the
system - a RCLSTG, a DSPOBJD *ALL/*ALL, anything really just touch every
file on the system - we found heaps of unconverted files on our production
system - it's a known problem where the files don't get converted during the
upgrade but nobody knows why.

Also, delete any unneccesary spool files before upgrading - saves time when
the system needs to convert them to V5R1 format.

Umm... you running LPAR ??  Check out the LPAR section from

That's all I can think of offhand

Dwayne Lindner
Team Leader - Data Centre
Wesfarmers Rural Information Technology
184 Railway Parade, Bassendean WA 6054
Ph: (08) 9273 5365    Mob: 0407 386 693

-----Original Message-----
From: mike poweleit []
Sent: Sunday, 6 January 2002 1:56 PM
Subject: V5R1 upgrade

Well we are making the V5r1 plunge next weekend on our 820 going from V4R5.
I have ordered all cums and the Xref ptf list. I have gone through the
estimator and have my cds ready to go after my full backup. I am doing an
automatic installation. Any advise from those who have taken the plunge?


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