I agree with Larry. Ordering them separately just forces a bunch of extra
download space and time to get coreq's and prereqs. You end up repeating
On Tue, Mar 28, 2023 at 1:46 PM Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis <
I have done PTF groups more than 100 times and I apply all PTF groups
together every time in a row.
ONE RULE: Perm apply ALL PTFs first, then IPL to complete that.
apply all the new groups temp.
ONE EXCEPTION: If you are far behind in T/Rs, such as 'more than
that case we will Slip the LIC with latest ReSpin first and then run all
On 3/28/2023 1:11 PM,ChadB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
In previous times, I would always use the following groupings when
installing groups of PTFs:
Cume/Hiper/DB2 as one Go PTF Option 8 set
Then other IBM groups all together as a separate Go PTF Option 8 set
Then any sets of individual straggler PTFs for apps and 3rd party
as a final Go PTF Option 8 set(cume/hipers/db2
Is there anything wrong in this day and age with applying ALL the IBM
provided PTF groups together in one Go PTF Option 8 set?
and other groups at once, then a separate grouping for any stragglers as--
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