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Re: Netview configuration info help

2000-03-23 12:58:05
Subject: Re: Netview configuration info help
From: James_Shanks AT tivoli DOT com
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 12:58:05 -0500
I don't understand the question you are asking.

You order NetView for UNIX Version 6.0 from Tivoli/IBM.  Then you must install
it.  It will not come pre-installed on any machine from IBM, nor will it come
pre-installed on any Solaris machine.  You should be able to order NetView
Version 6.0 from the same IBM sales representative that you order AIX and your
RISC/6000 box from., if you want just one contact person.

If you are asking about installing the product, then I can tell you that AIX
4.3.1 and 4.3.2 have been out a comparatively long while and NetView installs
there with no problem.  I have 4.3.1 on my desk and my office mate runs 4.3.2.
There were issues with AIX 4.3.3, but I am told that these are resolved in
NetView Version 6.0.

As for Solaris, my sources tell me that Solaris 8 is not GA yet but only in beta
and that our Verification group has not tested with that release yet.  So I
would stay away from Solaris 8 unless you want to be the pioneer who determines
if there are any problems.

James Shanks
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX and NT) L3 Support



"Yang, Peter" <peter.yang AT lmco DOT com> on 03/23/2000 12:23:52 PM

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Subject:  [NV-L] Netview configuration info help




Hello World,

  Is any site I can find Netview configuration information ? I go to Tivoli
site and got a bit confused there.


1. Can I order Netview 6.0  on AIX 4.3 ?

2. Cna I order Netview 6.0 with Solaris 8 ?  If not, what is the proper
configuration ?


Thanks.
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