System restore/Migration V5R4 AND V6R1

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ANZOBJCVN
AS/400
Hi ,
We are panning to upgrade our 520(v5r4) BOX TO new 720(v6r1) . I have ran ANZOBJCVN command which states that all ours Objects are compatiable to V6R1. I will be doing Fullsystem save on my 520 and then restore the data on new 720. My question is are there any steps which i have to follow while restore i.e. is there any sequence for restore like first userid , then Lib etc. 
Is there any IBM document for it  . 
Thanks .


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AS/400
ASKED: May 24, 2012  11:46 AM
UPDATED: May 24, 2012  8:27 PM

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  • NickHutcheson1
    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r4/topic/books/sc415304.pdf I am sure there is a version for V6R1 as well. You can look on IBM's site as easy as I can. I ran a D/R test restore using Appendix D, Same serial number - use Appendix C. Copy/paste all of this to a word document for future reference. Check with all of your third party software companies to make sure their software will run on the target version/release and see if there are any updates, ptf's needed for ANY portion of their software (GUI interfaces included - this bit me once). Before you begin: make coffee. Follow the IBM guide to get the OS loaded. As you go through the process, you may want to WRKSYSVAL and change/set Qalwobjrst = *all, QAUTOCFG = ON, QDATFMT = as required, QJOBMSGQFL = *WRAP, QLMTDEVSSN = 0, QLMTSECOFR = 0, QPFRADJ = 2, QPWDWXPIRV = *NOMAX, QVFYOBJRST = 1. Change Command Defaults: rstcfg srm(*none, signoff log(*list). Change Message Description: CPI1154 to 10, CPR9E7D to 10, CPF9E72 to 10, CPI1160 to 10, CPI70E1 to 10, CPI1165 to 10. Endsbs *all *immed Rstusrprf dev(TAPDEV) endopt(*leave) mail(*yes) alwobjdif(*all) Rstcfg obj(*all) dev(TAPDEV) endopt(*leave) srm(*none) alwobjdir(*all) output(*print) Rstlib (*NONSYS, *ALLUSR, *IBM, *ANY etc...) >>>>rstlib savlib(*nonsys) dev(TAPDEV) endopt(*leave) mbropt(*all) alwobjdif(*all) output(*print) rstdlo dlo(*all) dev(TAPDEV) endopt(*leave) alwobjdif(*all) output(*print) rst dev('/qsys.lib/ TAPDEV.devd') obj(('/*') ('/qsys.lib' *omit) ('/qdlw' *omit)) alwobjdif(*all) endopt(*rewind) Unload tape if you have any saved changed objects to restore on a different tape. Rstobj - on any individual objects saved with SAVCHGOBJS after SAVSYS tape was created. rstlib savlib(*any or *nonsys) dev(TAPDEV) endopt(*leave) option(*new) mbropt(*new) alwobjdif(*none) output(*print) This will restore all objects encountered on the tape that have not restored yet, like logical files missed on the first RSTLIB *nonsys. rstaut usrprf(*all) pwrdwnsys option(*immed) restart(*yes) iplsrc(b) Start checking your messages, reports, applications. Good luck. Nick
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