John

I know I've run into that, trying to put too much on at once. I'd say just do the CUME, no more. Certainly not all the groups.

Vern

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From: John McKee <jmmckee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

There was a discussion last September about a "link loader failure'.
There was
speculation of applying 'too many' PTFs, or enough were not PERM
applied. Does
that have any relevance here?

John McKee

Quoting ChadB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:


With a mess that bad, I would just order the most current cume, DB2,
Hipers, and other applicable groups, do 2 good backups, and load all the
most current cume/groups. Trying to sort through all the older stuff is
probably asking for trouble and confusion. The most current groups should
cover the machine pretty well.




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Our company just acquired another company and their AS/400. Very few
PTF's have been installed on the server as the company didn't have
anyone to take care of it. Their is a stack of discs that have been
mailed to them over the years (several from '05 and '07-'08).

The '08 set includes 6 discs in shrink wrap listed as OS/400
Cumulative PTFs V5R3M0 SF99530 - C7303530. There are also 3 built to
order discs with the company name on them. These 9 discs came
together in one envelope. Would this set from '08 included
everything that I need to get up to date (to that point) or will I
need to install the older discs first? If this doesn't include
everything, how would I go about ordering 3.5 years of updates?
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