working with IBM support. Was told that virtual disk for a BC-S IBM i
partition is supported but not recommended. Use physical disks instead.
More important to the DST console error is I am booting from I_BASE cd
version 610-C. The current version is 610-F and there have been more than a
few virtualization fixes since 610-C.

On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 9:47 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Google that and the first hits are IBM sites.

Rob Berendt
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From:
Steve Richter <stephenrichter@xxxxxxxxx>
To:
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Date:
10/01/2009 09:30 AM
Subject:
what is OPCIP03?
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on the BC-S I create an IBM i partition using a 100 GB virtual disk
allocated from an IVM storage pool. When I activate this partition, with
the
I_BASE CD in the media tray, I get a reference code A6005008 "DST console
failed to respond. Perform OPCIP03."

I start the ops console before I activate the partition. The ops console
status is "connecting console". What is OPCIP03?

thanks,
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