It doesn't affect non-LPARed systems, unless you are using the LPAR APIs,
which would only be a masochistic act.

Partition 00 on i5 is the HMC.  (As I said two days ago, it clearly
absorbs.)

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It's recently been brought to my attention that in the
latest releases, the default LPAR is now 01 instead of 00.

Can somebody please explain the what, when, how, and why
of this, and/or how this affects non-LPARed systems?

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A very puzzled JHHL
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