If you want to verify then you can go into WRKLNK
Because, there is an option on RMVIMGCLGE to keep the binary files. If
you use the option 4 to delete them it changes the default from leaving
them to removing them. If you run the command directly the default is to
keep the binaries but just remove them from the WRKIMGCLGE screen.

By "may have taken longer" are you including the download time and all?
Because if you are then you should also probably include, in the
comparison time, the time you spent waiting on the CD's to arrive.
If not, then what did take longer? If it was close, I'd still use the
image catalogs.
1 - There's no wait on changing CD's.
2 - Easier to run remotely
3 - No chance of answering the message to change CD's before the CD has
been loaded but i doesn't know it yet (light on drive is still
4 - If the third CD is bad you get to know it before hand and not have to
wait until you're part way into the install.

Rob Berendt

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