Thanks for your reply.. I think I'll do a migration to V5.1 since it's able
to run on 4.1.5 and I'll ask my customers if they still want to migrate to AIX
4.3.x later on... they are more concerned with the NV and might just settle for
4.1.5 since the Y2K patches have been installed.
NCS Pte Ltd.
Leslie Clark wrote:
> Netview 5.1 will run on AIX V4.x, Actually, the migration from Netview V4
> to Netview V5.1
> is a backup/de-install/re-install job, so you could, if you wanted to, to
> the backup step on
> your 4.1 system, save that off to other media, reinstall AIX 4.3.x from
> scratch, restore the
> backup directory, then proceed with the install of Tivoli and Netview as if
> you were doing
> them from scratch and the saved data will be integrated as you install
> Netview V5.1.
> Or if you were planning to do the migration install of AIX 4.3, you would
> do that after the
> backup and deinstall steps of Netview V4. The scripts for making the
> special backup
> are on the V5.1 CD and thoroughly covered in the release notes for V5.1.
> Netview V4 will not run on AIX 4.3.
> Leslie A. Clark
> IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
> Just to add another query abt Y2K... I read at the web page that Netview
> 4 is also Y2K compliant.
> I have recently upgraded added the Y2K patch for my OS level 4.1.5 (cos I
> was afraid that the higher
> OS level would not support my Netview)...
> Now, I'm faced with a dilemma as my customers want to upgrade to Netview
> 5.1 (which they are
> expecting to come in very soon)... and am not sure how best to go abt
> this... I mean, should I
> upgrade the OS level first before the Netview upgrade or can the OS 4.1.5
> support NVW 5.1?
> Adibah Mohd
> NCS Pte Ltd