S/390 Partners in Development : EFS Systems on a Linux Base.

Redbooks, IBM.
Durham : I B M, 2002.
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IBM System/390 (Computer).
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Chapter 1. Basic concepts
1.1 Purpose of this redbook
1.2 Usage overview
1.3 Terminology
1.4 Basic EFS requirements
1.6 Linux
1.7 ThinkPad versus Netfinity
1.7.1 Hardware restrictions
1.8 ThinkPad hardware
1.9 Netfinity hardware
Chapter 2. Hardware and Linux installation
2.1 FLEX-ES disk usage
2.2 Network connections
2.3 ThinkPad installation
2.3.1 Disk planning
2.3.2 Linux installation
2.3.3 Installation notes
2.4 Netfinity installation
2.4.1 Download and install upgrades
2.4.2 Linux installation
2.4.3 Multiprocessor servers
2.4.4 Minor problem
Chapter 3. FLEX-ES installation
3.1 FLEX-ES overview
3.2 FLEX-ES installation
3.2.1 X3270
3.2.2 Mount points for ThinkPad
3.2.3 Mount points for Netfinity
Chapter 4. S/390 Operating System
4.1 AD systems
4.1.1 z/OS on CD-ROM
4.1.2 z/OS device configuration
4.1.3 Future directions
4.1.4 An unzip program
4.2 Installation tasks
4.2.1 Create a work volume
4.2.2 Loading the remaining volumes
4.3 File ownership
4.4 Minor problems
Chapter 5. FLEX-ES operation
5.0.1 Linux desktop windows
5.1 FLEX-ES system and resource definitions
5.1.1 Building a shell script
5.1.2 IPL z/OS
5.2 Operation and use
5.2.1 User terminal connection
5.2.2 IODF requirements
5.2.3 System performance monitors
5.2.4 TCP/IP for z/OS
5.3 Shutting down
5.4 More comments
5.5 Options
Chapter 6. Additional topics
6.1 Linux windows and FLEX-ES operation
6.1.1 Change resource definitions
6.2 Basic debugging
6.3 Operating Systems Messages console
6.4 Security
6.5 Server memory
6.5.1 The vmstat command
6.5.2 Importance of Linux swapping
6.6 Ultrabay.
6.6.1 Using a second Linux hard disk
6.6.2 Disk layout (AD system with two hard disks)
6.7 FLEX-ES FakeTape on z/OS
6.8 Multi-system setup
6.9 x3270 client
6.10 Remote resources
6.11 Disk caches
6.12 Tuning cachesize
6.13 Backup and restore considerations (ThinkPad)
6.13.1 Using tar to back up S/390 volumes
6.13.2 Using tar and ftp
6.13.3 CD-RW drive
6.14 Backup and restore considerations (Netfinity)
6.15 S/390 identification
6.16 Display PSW and registers
6.17 RAS discussion
6.18 Verify ckd disk
6.19 Installing FLEX-ES upgrades
6.20 Remote operation
6.21 ThinkPad power control
6.22 Using the 4mm tape drive
6.23 Using an Overland T490E
6.24 SCSI adapter for the ThinkPad
6.25 Stand-alone z/OS restore
6.26 FSI Channel Adapters
6.26.1 Parallel Channel Adapter (PCA)
6.26.2 ESCON Channel Adapter (PCA)
6.27 Positioning with other small S/390s
6.28 Useful Linux commands
Chapter 7. Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix A. Operational listings
Basic definitions for a single HDD
Shell script for a single HDD
Definitions for two HDDs
Shell script for two HDDs
Customized Offerings Driver definitions
Appendix B. FLEX-ES definitions and commands
System definitions
Resource definitions
Emulated control unit types
Emulated device types
Typical resource definitions
Cloned devices
Compiled files
Common rules
The resadm command
CLI commands
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