Re: How's the Y2K bug in Australia (grin)?

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Re: How's the Y2K bug in Australia (grin)?
(in response to Paul Turpin)
Well it's 21.34 as I post this, and we're GMT + 8 in Western Australia. So
far our nightly processing is going well (for next day of 01/01/2000).

I'll post an update later if time permits - and I'm still awake.... :)

No reports of disaster from the Eastern States so far...


Greg Palgrave
Database Administration Group
Information Services, Level 10, Tower
Bank of Western Australia
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From: Paul Turpin <[login to unmask email]> on 31/12/99 23:23

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Since the clock just struck midnight in Australia I wondered in anyone
down under can tell us that all is well. I saw the fireworks on TV and
the lights were still working (GRIN).










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Re: How's the Y2K bug in Australia (grin)?
(in response to Greg.Palgrave@BANKWEST.COM.AU)
We clicked over 25 minutes ago and our tests on DB2 show everything is
OK...as was expected

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> Since the clock just struck midnight in Australia I wondered in anyone
> down under can tell us that all is well. I saw the fireworks on TV and
> the lights were still working (GRIN).
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Paul Turpin

How's the Y2K bug in Australia (grin)?
Since the clock just struck midnight in Australia I wondered in anyone
down under can tell us that all is well. I saw the fireworks on TV and
the lights were still working (GRIN).



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Re: How's the Y2K bug in Australia (grin)?
(in response to suthep thampranee)
01.30 am <*Yawn!*> (GMT + 8) and all's well. DB2 humming along on OS/390.
DB2 UDB trundling along on NT.
DBA chugging away on coffee :)

Just running through our checklist, but no problems to report.

Good luck to everyone else, may Y2K be a non-event for you as well.


Greg Palgrave
Database Administration Group
Information Services, Level 10, Tower
Bank of Western Australia
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suthep thampranee

Re: How's the Y2K bug in Australia (grin)?
(in response to Mike SAPKIN)
NOW WE'RE TESTING BATCH AND ONLINE.THE DB2 UTILITIES ARE O.K.

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> We clicked over 25 minutes ago and our tests on DB2 show everything is
> OK...as was expected
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> Mike Sapkin
> Database Consultant
> Database, Process and Testing Support
> Application Specialist Services
> Suncorp-Metway Ltd
> Ph (07) 3835 5493 Fax (07) 383 61667
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> > Since the clock just struck midnight in Australia I wondered in anyone
> > down under can tell us that all is well. I saw the fireworks on TV and
> > the lights were still working (GRIN).
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suthep thampranee

Y2K
(in response to Greg.Palgrave@BANKWEST.COM.AU)
HI ALL
DB2 OS/390 IS O.K. IN THAILAND.
JOE(SUTHEP THAMPRANEE)