Guys,

I found the following information from IBM:


 IBM e(logo)server iSeries Frequently Asked Question

Organization:  TSSTL
Product: IBM e(logo)server iSeries  Release: All Releases
Document Number: FQ101771  Last Revised: 10/02/2001

Question:  Can OS/400 V5r1 be ordered for an AS/400 (9401-150) model 150? If
so, what is the process?

Answer:
Yes, Instructions on how to order V5R1 for a Model 150 are documented in the
release notes for e-config (available on ViewBlue), under the Common
Software Products section. Since upgrades were not announced from the Model
150 software, the user must order V5R1 as initial order.

The instructions are as follows:
To order V5R1 software for a Model 150, use the iSeries "software only"
version of e-config and select Model 400 for the system model on the
Software Platform panel. This will allow selection of V5R1 software at the
appropriate (P05) processor group level. In the U.S., the Model 150 system
serial number will need to be entered to enable shipment of keys for the
V5R1 software.
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Category:  Installation and Migration Platform: AS/400 or IBM e(logo)server
iSeries
Classification: Hardware
OS(s): OS/400 Additional Search Keywords:  IBM e(logo)server iSeries,
Software, V5R1, Model 150
Document Author: LeSean Cambrelen-Middleton

 Copyright International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, N.Y. All
rights reserved

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wills, Mike N. (TC)" <MNWills@taylorcorp.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 1:11 PM
Subject: RE: ebay model 150 auction


> Okay, I got a reply from him:
>
> I apologize for not having all of the configuration information
> available, and am in the process of obtaining that information.  I guess
> I jumped the gun on posting these systems without specs, but to be
> honest, I wasn't given those details.
>
> Here is the story behind these systems:
>
> They were acquired (by a client of mine) at a bancruptcy auction by
> Heilig Meyers furniture company. Between 130-140 seemingly identical
> servers (one from each of their locations).  There are no monitors, but
> there are a lot of cabling that came with the bundle.  I do not know if
> operating systems are present or if they have been cleaned up.  The
> servers are all solid black (if that helps you).  The reason I am asking
> so little per system is because I don't know much about what I have, and
> simply wanted to move them quickly (they are takimg up a lot of space in
> my client's warehouse.  I am in the process of running serial numbers to
> find out the general specs, and will update you with that information as
> it becomes available, as well as update the details section of my ebay
> listing.  You can expect some details by early next week.
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