One of the limitations when I used this product was that "Units located
under the same input/output processor (IOP) as the load source cannot be
sanitized." So cleaning an actual system is not as straightforward as it
seems at first bluch.

Seems like it is intended to have a separate system with an expansion unit
in it where you can put the disks in and clean them, remove them, and
repeat as necessary with as many sets of disks as required.

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 3:00 PM, Jerome Draper <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Suggestions for doing a DOD erase of an IBMi?

1. PRPQ Disk Sanitizer
2. Map a drive and use a Windows disk clean pgm
3. Boot Linux and use a Linux disk clean pgm
4. Other solution?



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