IBM SMS MANUALS
Using System Management Services (SMS) - IBM
On some of the system management services (or service processor) screens, you will see the term LPAR. LPAR is equivalent to the term logically partitioned server or partitioned server. In a partitioned server, only those devices that are assigned to the partition that is being booted display in the SMS
IBM z/OS V1R1.0 DFSMS OAM Plan, Install Guide, and Admin
Abstract. The Object Access Method (OAM) is a component of DFSMSdfp, the base of the Storage Management Subsystem (SMS) of DFSMS. OAM plays a cenral role in the software support of the automated and manual tape library Dataservers.;
IBM i PDF files and manuals
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Send and Receive SMS and text messages on the IBM i (AS
ARP-SMS SMS Software via Cloud Based Twilio ARP-SMS is a powerful secure cloud integration tool for sending and receving text messages and images between your IBM i and smartphones/tablets. ARP-SMS allows organizations to treat their IBM i like a smartphone by using cloud based Twilio for sending and receiving SMS and MMS messages.
IBM IMS Version 13 library
30 rowsIMS™ Version 13 documentation is available in IBM® Knowledge Center and in the IBM TITLE (ORDER NUMBER)LAST UPDATEDPDFComplete set of PDFs (Replaces product kit SK5T-8864)November 2016 fileLicensed Program Specifications (GC19-3663)October 2013PDF onlySystem Utilities (SC19-3662)November 2016PDFSystem Programming APIs (SC19-3661)November 2016PDFSee all 30 rows on www-01
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IBM z/OS DFSMShsm Primer
Redbooks Front cover IBM z/OS DFSMShsm Primer Keith Winnard Jose Gilberto Biondo Gert Laumann Norbert Sclumberger Jeanne Vangsness Chao Xing Ma[PDF]
Messages and Codes - IBM
the IBM Dictionary of Computing, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1994. How This Document Is Organized Chapter 1, “Introduction” describes the format and classification of NetView DM for MVS messages and codes, and identifies the devices on which they are issued. Chapter 2, “Messages” lists the NetView DM for MVS messages in numerical order.
IBM Stretch (aka IBM 7030 Data Processing System)
Stretch Hardware A typical IBM 7030 Data Processing System might have been comprised of the following units: IBM 7803 Power Distribution Unit IBM 7101 Central Processing Unit IBM 7302 Core Storage - 16384 words of 72 bits (64 data bits and 8 ECC bits) - up to eight units, typically six IBM 7619 Exchange - provides 8 I/O channels
An 8-tube module from a 1954 IBM mainframe examined: it's
The module is apparently from an IBM 705, a powerful business computer introduced in 1954. 1 The 705 was a big computer, weighing 16 tons. It contained 1700 vacuum tubes and consumed 70 kilowatts of power, with 40 tons 2 of air conditioning to take away the heat from the tubes. A typical system cost $1,640,000 ($15 million in 2017 dollars), but was normally rented monthly for $33,500 ($300,000