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  1. #16
    Michael J
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    Re: Telstra Mobile Australia-Main frame computers are not synchronized=problems for customers?

    >>>> Telstra Marketing Australia forces the "mainframes computer &
    >>>> software engineers" to do enormous of impossible and useless
    >>>> programming on their mainframes databases because their "so callled
    >>>> deals" changes every 5 seconds.
    >>>
    >>> The system is designed to handle all the offers out there

    >>
    >> Marketing have managed to break it on occasions...........
    >>

    > Like the "call a friend for free" offers where they force you to dial the
    > full area code, even if local?


    Thats postpaid - we are talking prepaid





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  2. #17
    Kwyjibo
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    Re: Telstra Mobile Australia-Main frame computers are not synchronized=problems for customers?


    "Michael J" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >>>> If all the Telstra Mobile computer mainframes, databases are perfectly
    >>>> synchronized it takes only a few seconds to transfer my prepay refill
    >>>> to a prepay account.
    >>>
    >>> Your prepaid balance is NOT stored on a mainframe.

    >>
    >> Yeah it is, but that's not what determines whether or not he can make
    >> calls.

    >
    > Aethos and Apollo aren't mainframes
    >


    MICA also keeps track of prepaid credits and is on a mainframe. Or, more
    correctly, it runs on one LPAR of a mainframe.

    --
    Kwyj.





  3. #18
    Michael J
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    Re: Telstra Mobile Australia-Main frame computers are not synchronized=problems for customers?


    "Kwyjibo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Michael J" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>>>> If all the Telstra Mobile computer mainframes, databases are perfectly
    >>>>> synchronized it takes only a few seconds to transfer my prepay refill
    >>>>> to a prepay account.
    >>>>
    >>>> Your prepaid balance is NOT stored on a mainframe.
    >>>
    >>> Yeah it is, but that's not what determines whether or not he can make
    >>> calls.

    >>
    >> Aethos and Apollo aren't mainframes
    >>

    >
    > MICA also keeps track of prepaid credits and is on a mainframe.


    Wake up, TopUp died years ago!!!!!

    >Or, more correctly, it runs on one LPAR of a mainframe.


    Soon to be on a nice new box. That will speed it up, its been running like a
    dog for a while now
    >
    > --
    > Kwyj.
    >






  4. #19
    Michael J
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    Re: Telstra Mobile Australia-Main frame computers are not synchronized=problems for customers?

    >>>> Aethos and Apollo aren't mainframes
    >>>>
    >>> MICA also keeps track of prepaid credits and is on a mainframe.

    >>
    >> Wake up, TopUp died years ago!!!!!
    >>

    > They are still stored in Mica.


    But there are no customers on TopUp for over 2 years, because its dead.

    >>>Or, more correctly, it runs on one LPAR of a mainframe.

    >>
    >> Soon to be on a nice new box. That will speed it up, its been running
    >> like a dog for a while now

    >
    > It's always been touch and go - especially when it came to running batch
    > jobs. Poor bastard of a system is doing a tonne of work nearly every
    > night.


    It's pretty much >90% CPU utilisation most of the day now
    >
    > --
    > Kwyj.
    >






  5. #20
    Kwyjibo
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    Re: Telstra Mobile Australia-Main frame computers are not synchronized=problems for customers?


    "Michael J" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Kwyjibo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> "Michael J" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>>>>> If all the Telstra Mobile computer mainframes, databases are
    >>>>>> perfectly
    >>>>>> synchronized it takes only a few seconds to transfer my prepay refill
    >>>>>> to a prepay account.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Your prepaid balance is NOT stored on a mainframe.
    >>>>
    >>>> Yeah it is, but that's not what determines whether or not he can make
    >>>> calls.
    >>>
    >>> Aethos and Apollo aren't mainframes
    >>>

    >>
    >> MICA also keeps track of prepaid credits and is on a mainframe.

    >
    > Wake up, TopUp died years ago!!!!!
    >


    They are still stored in Mica.

    >>Or, more correctly, it runs on one LPAR of a mainframe.

    >
    > Soon to be on a nice new box. That will speed it up, its been running like
    > a dog for a while now


    It's always been touch and go - especially when it came to running batch
    jobs. Poor bastard of a system is doing a tonne of work nearly every night.

    --
    Kwyj.





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