I am rusty as an old door hinge. I can't recall how to determine Cum PTF
level. The named PTF MF53911 is NOT installed. Place always ran on the
concept of "if it ain't broke". Potentially, it may be broke. Just my bad
luck to stumble on to it.

I was just told that we have had two tape backup in the past. No idea if
those overflowed on SAV or an earlier command. Despite the fact that IBM
has long ago sunsetted v5r4, the decision maker on applying PTFs is
reluctant to proceed. Nutty.

John McKee

On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 4:14 PM, CRPence <crpbottle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 31-Aug-2015 14:33 -0600, John McKee wrote:

<<SNIP>> Wednesday, I try a full save again. At that point, if it
errors off, I will report whatever is available.


I could not find any Cumulative PTF level [or HIPer level] details noted
in any past messages, just that the OS is v5r4, so knowing that might be of
interest as well [as the other information]. FWiW, the C0292540 has a
preventive PTF MF53911 [for HIPer APAR MA39266] for an issue that may
exhibit the same error message symptom (msgMCH5203) as was described in the
OP.

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