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Re: minifaq... Re: ELF transition: ld.so: bad magic



On Tue, May 27, 2003 at 12:47:09PM -0500, Peter H. Coffin wrote:
> *shrug* IBM's upgrade roadmaps for AS/400 operations are what I'd look
> at in terms of models for complete and accurate documentation of
> procedures.[1] They are written so someone that's only passingly
> familiar with the machine, like "I swap tapes for the weekly backup, and
> know what phone number to call if the air condition alarm goes off", can
> sit down with the books and cds and tapes and have a completely upgraded
> OS at the end of it, given only that the AS/400 is functional at the
> beginning, and that escaping out of the process for reasons of critical
> errors is okay, as it leaves the machine untouched.
> 
> The following page has some links to samples of this kind of doco.
> 
> http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/software/os400sizing.htm
> 
> [1] Disclaim: I do work for IBM. With AS/400s.

well, I don't think anybody would stop you writing the required tools 
and doco for OpenBSD to do that...

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