IBM Puts The Finishing Touches On PowerHA For IBM i 7.5

If you have been waiting to use the new release of PowerHA SystemMirror for IBM i 7.5, then we have good news for you: IBM has finally completed the paperwork necessary to enable customers to actually get it.

Unless you have a soft spot in your heart for IBM product IDs and feature codes (we know you’re out there), the August 9 software announcement doesn’t have a whole lot of actionable information. IBM says that it has updated the product “with the necessary product IDs and feature codes to complete the required ordering and upgrade structure,” which is IBM-speak for

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Guru: Regular Expressions, Part 2

In the first part of this series, I showed how to replace characters in a string using SQL and regular expressions. This time, I’ll show other regular expressions that are available for us to use. The regular expression functions I’ll show are REGEXP_COUNT and REGEXP_LIKE and the examples come from production programs that I’ve recently implemented.

In the first example (Figure 1), I want to get a count of the number of occurrences of a pattern within a string. To make this more interesting, I’m searching for two different patterns within a sting. To accomplish this objective, I used

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Get Your Security Education, And Not From The School Of Hard Knocks

If there is one thing that is consistently hard for human beings, it is learning from the experience of others. When it comes to IBM i security, it is safe to say that many IBM i shops are in over their heads and they have to get all of the help they can to try to batten down the hatches against the many threats that all systems – even the IBM i platform – can be the victim of these days.

That’s why IBM i security software vendor Raz-Lee has put together a series of webinars in September to help

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IBM i PTF Guide, Volume 24, Number 33

First up, IBM has tweaked its temporary additional use policy for Power Systems software for migrations to Power E1080, Power E1050, and Power S1024 servers. You can read about it here.

Here is the significance of this. When you do an upgrade, you get 70 days from install to use the systems software for free. That can be extended once for 40 days, and then that can be extended again, once, for 3 days. After that, you have to beg for more if you need more time to do the upgrade. IBM doesn’t care about partitions, it’s the host

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@tappehl This is THE best explanation of what of how our beloved #IBMi and its predecessors #Systemi #iseries and #AS400 started. Fully recommended for the whole #IBMPowersystems #ibmi communiity. Know the history to plan the future – yourself

@tappehl This is THE best explanation of what of how our beloved #IBMi and its predecessors #Systemi #iseries and #AS400 started. Fully recommended for the whole #IBMPowersystems #ibmi communiity. Know the history to plan the future – yourself pic.twitter.com/FWz2MH09Cn

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