Well I know the Pre Upgrade Tool ( pruv_xxxxxx ) calls it out. Also the
section about setting QSYSLIBL values says "With the exception of QSYS,
QGPL, QUSRSYS, QTEMP, or QSYS2, delete all other libraries from the library
list."

QHLPSYS has got to go...


On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Pete Massiello <pmassiello-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxx
wrote:

Jeff,

I do more IBM i upgrades in a month, than most System administrators
do in their life. I have never seen this in any instructions. Now, if you
want to remove the QHLPSYS LPP option from your machine, you would have to
do that. But a normal upgrade no need.

When you do a Restore of a system, and you have restored your system
values from the SAVSYS tape, it will have QHLPSYS in the System Library
list
, but you won't have restored the QHLPSYS library until you do a RSTLIB
*NONSYS (or RSTLIB *IBM), and you might see a message that QHLPSYS isn't
found.

One other thing, I like to remove any libraries above QSYS during an
upgrade, but that is it.

Pete

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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jeff Crosby
Sent: Monday, April 25, 2011 2:06 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: QHLPSYS during upgrade

All,

This is more of a curiosity question.

For the last few release updates, the instructions always say to remove
QHLPSYS from QSYSLIBL during the upgrade. What is the reason for this? Is
it so no help is available during upgrades? ;)

If one permanently removes QHLPSYS from the library list, I assume command
help isn't available. OTOH, I have seen posts on this forum that state
QHLPSYS was NOT removed from QSYSLIBL during an upgrade and there were no
issues.

So . . .

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