The problem appeared immediately after I applied SI70970 and went away as soon as I removed that PTF. At this point IBM has no clue what's actually happening. The suspect the issue is related to http2.

I only have a single partition. I've never had serious trouble with test PTFs before, but none have ever involved applying a known bad PTF.


Thanks



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From: Steinmetz, Paul via MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Subject: RE: Removing superseded PTFs

I have SI70970 in a savf status, waiting to be applied.
It hasn't made it officially to IBM's V7R3 defective PTF list, last updated 10/29/2019.

https://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas4SF98197


1) Pay close attention to the activation and special instructions.
2) Apply to a test or playground LPAR first, if possible.

I've been burned in the past by some test PTFs, needed an IPL to resolve issue with the PTF apply.

Paul



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