IBM just never understood the appeal of this.  Hardware and OS that just ran forever.  I think the problem was that they could never really monetize the application development side, and they just saw the hardware as a "one and done" sale.

On 11/20/2019 7:29 AM, Informatique wrote:
Hello Rob and Patrik,

I'm working on this old machine because this was our old ERP system, and the former IT tech did not extract data from it when we changed the system, 5 years ago. So, it has been running without maintenance or even looking at it for the past 5 years. Now, people raised their hands (5 years after any tech that ever touched this OS retired) and said: "Hey! We need the data; we can't lose any of it!". So, I'm the 28 years old tech working with a 23 years old system...


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