> >
> > 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.
>
> "Converted"? From what to what? I'm not aware of any specific
> V5R1 conversion for database objects except for the system
> cross-reference info.
>

All IBM told me at the time was the new V5R1 database format.  Conversion is
supposed to take place during the upgrade.  Ours didn't (on two out of two
upgrades that we've done so far) and when access attempts were attempted on
production files, things went belly up.  I can't remember the full details,
it was a while ago, but a targetted "touching" of the files fixed the
problems.

Regards,

Dwayne Lindner
Team Leader - Data Centre
Wesfarmers Rural Information Technology
184 Railway Parade, Bassendean WA 6054
Ph: (08) 9273 5365    Mob: 0407 386 693
Email: dwayne.lindner@writ.wesfarmers.com.au



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