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1 AnthonyEnglish commented Permalink

Timely reminder, Nigel. By the way, on Fix Central it explains that you can determine your level of AIX by running the command <br /> oslevel -s <div>&nbsp;</div> Starting with TL6, Service Packs will be labeled with their release date, using the YYWW <br /> format, where: <br /> YY = 2 digit year <br /> WW = 2 digit week <br /> An example: AIX 5.3 TL6 SP3 was released in 2007 and the 32nd week of the year, therefore: <br /> 5300-06-03-0732 <br /> ' ' ' '---------------------YYWW <br /> ' ' '-----------------SP3 <br /> ' '------------TL level <br /> '--AIX release <br />

2 EricPeterson commented Permalink

Anyone having recent trouble with the Fix Central website? About a month ago I ordered AIX 5.3 TL12 with Service Pack 1. It arrived as a 5 CD set. However, one of the filesets ended up being corrupted. No sweat, I'll just reorder. <div>&nbsp;</div> Wrong! <div>&nbsp;</div> For the fourth time I will be receiving a single CD, NOT what I ordered. <div>&nbsp;</div> Is there any way to get in touch with the Fix Central website folks? Tech Support won't talk to me since "...the only way to order corrective service is to use the Fix Central website..." <div>&nbsp;</div> Any ideas for me? <div>&nbsp;</div>

3 ElaineMiles commented Permalink

Do you know how we can access release notes for AIX 5.3 TL12 without downloading the entire fix package?