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PTF on as400 V5r3m0

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I have an aS400 with v5r3m0,
is there a way to download ptf from internet and install it?
Is it possible install the last cumulative ptf or have I
befaore to know what ptf I have already installed?
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Yes, you can order PTF packages and download via FTP from Fix Central:

http://www-933.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/

http://www.mcpressonline.com/system-administration/general/fix-central-the-place-to-go-for-your-eserver-fixes.html

IBM requires registration to use FixCentral.  Currently V5R3 fixes are the oldest fixes available here for download.  V5R3 is out of support, so expect them to disappear from here in the future.

You can always just request the latest cume for your release: it contains all fixes to date sine the OS version was released.

- Gary Patterson
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