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Chapter 1.Introduction to OS/390
1.1Introduction to OS/390 fundamentals
1.1.1OS/390evolution
1.1.2OS/390 software and hardware
1.1.3OS/390 elements and features
1.2OS/390 products requiring customization
1.2.1Resource Access Control Facility(RACF)
1.2.2Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS)
1.2.3ADSTAR Distributed Storage Management (ADSM)
1.2.4Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
1.2.5System Modification Program Extended (SMP/E)
1.2.6Resource Management Facility (RMF)
1.3OS/390 components requiring customization
1.3.1System Management Facility (SMF)
1.3.2Virtual Lookaside Facility (VLF)
1.3.3Time Sharing Option/Extended (TSO/E)
1.3.4Workload Manager (WLM)
1.3.5UNIX System Services
1.3.6OS/390contents
1.4Role of a system programmer
1.5OS/390 system programmer functions
1.5.1System programmer and OS/390 operations
1.5.2Requirements for install
1.6InstallingOS/390
1.6.1Maintenance or service using SMP/E
1.6.2Choosing an install package
1.6.3Installing OS/390 using ServerPac
1.6.4Installing OS/390 using CBPDO
1.6.5Installing OS/390 using fee-based packages
Chapter 2.OS/390 Storage Concepts
2.1OS/390 Address Spaces
2.1.1Subsystemdefinitions
2.2Processor Storage Overview
2.3Storagemanagers
2.3.1Virtual Storage Manager
2.3.2VirtualStorage
2.3.2.3Multiple Address Spaces
2.4Address space storage
2.4.1.3System Queue Area (SQA/Extended SQA)
2.4.2Real Storage Manager
2.4.3Auxiliary Storage Managers
2.4.4Paging and Swapping
2.5Programexecution
Chapter 3.S/390 hardware and I/O management
3.1Datacenter
3.2Logical processor structure
3.3Channelsubsystem
3.3.1Start Subchannel (SSCH) logic
3.3.2SAPlogic
3.3.3Interruptprocessing
3.4Multiple paths to a device
3.5Devicenumber
3.6Subchannelnumber
3.6.1Subchannel number II
3.7Unitaddress
3.8Control unit function
3.9Parallelchannel
3.10ESCONchannel
3.11S/390 ESCON concepts
3.11.1ESCONlink
3.11.2Linkaddress
3.12Mapping device number in unit address
3.13ESCON CUADD function
3.14ESCON director (switch)
3.15ESCON director matrix
3.16ESCON channel-to-channel (CTC)
3.17Fiber Connection (FICON)
3.18How to display channel types
3.19S/390connectivity
3.20System-related I/O work flow
3.21What is HCD
3.21.3Dynamic reconfiguration concepts
3.22IODF data set
3.22.1Catalog considerations
3.22.2Production IODF backup
3.22.3IODFplacement
3.22.4Multiple configurations in a single IODF
3.22.5Definitionorder
3.23HCD primary option menu
3.23.1How to create a new work IODF
3.23.2Defining configuration data
3.24Operating system definition
3.24.1How to define an operating system
3.24.2EDT and esoterics
3.24.3Select new configuration for EDTs
3.24.4How to define an EDT
3.24.5How to define an EDT
3.24.6Define EDT identifier
3.24.7How to add an esoteric
3.24.8Add an esoteric
3.25Definingswitches
3.25.1How to define a switch
3.26Definingprocessors
3.26.1Basicmode
3.26.2LPARmode
3.26.3Defining processors with HCD
3.26.4Information required to define a processor
3.26.5How to define a processor
3.26.6Work with partitions
3.26.7How to add a partition to a CEC
3.26.8Channeltypes
3.26.9Reconfigurablechannels
3.26.10Shared or EMIF channels
3.26.11Information required to add channels
3.26.12Work with channel paths
3.27How to add a channel path
3.28Channel path access list
3.29Channel path candidate list
3.30How to add a control unit
3.31Information required to define a control unit
3.31.1Adding a control unit
3.32Defining a 3990-6 control unit
3.32.2Select processor for control unit
3.32.3Defining a 3990-6 control unit
3.32.4Defining processor attachment data
3.33Information required to define a device
3.33.1S/390 device numbering
3.33.5Define device to operating system
3.33.6Define operating system device parameters
3.33.7Assign device to an esoteric
3.34Defining a NIP console
3.35Build a production IODF
3.39How to display a device status
3.40Producing configuration reports
3.40.2HCD graphical reports
3.41Hardware Configuration Manager (HCM)
Chapter 4.TSO/E, ISPF, and JCL
4.1Installation and customization facilities
4.1.1Time Sharing Option/Extended (TSO/E)
4.1.1.2TSO/E logon procedure
4.1.1.3TSO/E logon process in a VTAM environment
4.1.2Interactive System Productivity Facility (ISPF)
4.1.2.2ISPF Primary Option Menu
4.1.2.6Allocate New Data Set panel
4.1.3JCL streams and jobs
4.1.3.2EXEC statement parameters
4.1.4DD statement parameters
4.1.5Submitting a job
4.1.6Introduction to the Spool Display and Search Facility (SDSF)
Chapter 5.MVS delivery and installation
5.1Introduction to OS/390
5.1.1Advantages of OS/390
5.1.2OS/390 delivery options
5.1.3ServerPac service level
5.1.4CBPDO service level
5.1.5System and installation requirements
5.1.6Reviewing your current system
5.1.7The driving system and the target system
5.2Installing OS/390 using ServerPac
5.2.1Load RIM tape
5.2.2Installing the CustomPac dialogs
5.2.3Receiving the ServerPac order
5.2.4Order Receive panel
5.2.5Generate Jobstream panel
5.2.6Select order to install
5.2.7Installationdialog
5.2.8Selecting a configuration for the order
5.2.9Define the installation variables
5.2.10Defining SMP/E ZONE names
5.2.11Define system layout
5.2.12Dslist line command
5.2.13Selectcommand
5.2.14Adding user-defined data sets
5.2.15Display physical volumes
5.2.16Define alias-to-catalog relationships
5.2.17Define system-specific alias names
5.2.18Run the ServerPac-provided installation jobs
5.2.18.1Generate File Tailored Jobs panel
5.2.19Save Configuration panel
Appendix A.Fundamentals of OS/390
A.1List of Base Elements
A.2List of Optional Elements
Appendix B.System Programmer Customization Examples
B.1SYS1.PARMLIB Member IEFSSNxx
Appendix C.System programmers toolbox
AppendixD.SpecialNotices
AppendixE.RelatedPublications
E.1IBMRedbooks
E.2IBM Redbooks collections
E.3Otherresources
How to get IBM Redbooks
IBM Redbooks fax order form
Glossary
IBM Redbooks evaluation
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