What kind of technology AS400 is?
An AS/400 is obsolete technology. They haven’t been built for years.
AS/400s were superseded by iSeries systems, then by System i. In 2008, the current generation, IBM Power Systems, was started.
When built, AS/400s were midrange computer systems running the OS/400 operating system. I’m not at all sure what you mean y “kind of technology”. What would you say the “kind of technology” is for a PC running Windows?
But almost everyone still calls the current systems, and the preceding systems, “AS/400s”. IBM hasn’t managed to make the name go away. — Tom
AS400 was the hardware – and OS400 the operating system. The system mainly used green screen consoles to configure / use / operate (this is not the case now).For those that used them they were a work horse of a server than could do allot without it complaining. Also the old boxes could withstand some punishment. I have heard of a flooded server room drained and the AS400 dried out and it powerup without any real issues.
AS400 was the hardware – and OS400 the operating system. Not quite. An “AS/400″ was both hardware AND software. OS/400 was just a software part of “AS/400″. Without OS/400, the system wasn’t an AS/400. When iSeries LPARs arrived in 1999 and ran other OSes, they were no longer “AS/400s”. Earlier AS/400 LPARs only ran OS/400. — Tom
The older Application System/400 is hardware and software bundled into one nifty package with a robust and tightly integrated database. Now it goes by “IBM i” even though folks still call it an AS/400 or simply a 400-John Andersen
we had boca printers for printing tickets … when we disconnect printers and reconnect it again a lots of messages appears in the message q say “unable to obtain lock on device” we tried vrycfg , wrkwtr , and other commands we tries also to change the writer configuration it says ” prtxx not eligible for change “it takes sometimes hours to work agian i think something wrong with the system values any help ????