IBM eServer zSeries 990 Technical Introduction.

By: Redbooks, IBMPublisher: Durham : I B M, 2003Copyright date: ©2003Description: 1 online resource (154 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: Subject(s): Client/server computing | Electronic books. -- local | IBM computersGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: IBM eServer zSeries 990 Technical IntroductionDDC classification: 004 LOC classification: QA76.8.I1015 -- O33 2003ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The authors -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Feature and function delivery schedules -- 1.2 zSeries system -- 1.3 New terminology -- 1.4 z990 models -- 1.5 Maximum channels -- 1.6 Migration -- 1.7 Statements of direction -- 1.8 Limitations and considerations -- Chapter 2. Hardware details -- 2.1 System frames -- 2.2 Processors and MCMs -- 2.3 Book package -- 2.4 Memory -- 2.5 z990 models -- 2.6 PU characterization -- 2.7 I/O cages and adapters -- 2.7.1 I/O adapters -- 2.7.2 New I/O adapters -- 2.7.3 I/O adapter configuration rules -- 2.8 I/O interfaces and identification -- 2.9 System control -- 2.10 Power and cooling -- 2.10.1 Cooling -- 2.11 Concurrent changes -- 2.12 Instruction set -- 2.13 Additional hardware elements -- 2.13.1 HSA -- 2.13.2 Internal battery feature -- 2.13.3 Support Elements -- 2.13.4 Hardware Management Console -- 2.14 External time reference -- 2.15 Basic zSeries comparisons -- Chapter 3. Discussion topics -- 3.1 Performance factors -- 3.2 Channel subsystem -- 3.2.1 Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) -- 3.2.2 IOCP example -- 3.2.3 Spanned channels -- 3.2.4 Channel definitions in the IOCP statement -- 3.3 Cryptographic changes -- 3.3.1 Initial cryptographic support -- 3.3.2 Second phase support -- 3.3.3 Functions not supported -- 3.3.4 Functions changed and coexistence considerations -- 3.4 Concurrent system upgrades -- 3.5 New HMC/SE functions -- 3.5.1 Integrated 3270 Console -- 3.5.2 Integrated ASCII console -- 3.5.3 Optional Strict password rules -- 3.5.4 Customizable HMC Data Mirroring -- 3.5.5 Extended console logging -- 3.5.6 Operating System Messages display -- 3.6 SE and HMC connectivity -- 3.7 ESCON channels -- 3.7.1 Consideration for ES conversion channels -- 3.8 ESCON directors and multiple LCSSs.
3.9 HiperSockets -- 3.9.1 Defining HiperSockets in IOCP statements -- 3.9.2 Spanning HiperSockets over multiple LCSSs -- 3.9.3 Defining HiperSockets in the z/OS TCP/IP profile -- 3.10 Channel measurement changes -- 3.11 Sysplex coupling considerations -- 3.11.1 CF Links on z990 -- 3.11.2 CF considerations -- 3.12 FICON Express -- 3.12.1 FICON CTC -- 3.13 Characterization -- 3.13.1 Integrated Facility for Linux (IFLs) -- 3.13.2 Internal Coupling Facility (ICF) -- 3.13.3 Central Processor (CP) -- 3.13.4 System Assist Processor (SAP) -- 3.14 CHPID Mapping Tool overview -- 3.14.1 Mapping function for the z990 -- 3.14.2 PCHID assignments -- 3.14.3 CHPID Mapping Tool description -- 3.14.4 Mapping Tool requirements -- 3.14.5 Using the CHPID Mapping Tool -- 3.15 RAS -- 3.16 LPARs -- 3.17 STIDP instruction changes -- 3.18 OSA-Express adapters -- 3.18.1 OSA-Express Fast Ethernet -- 3.18.2 OSA-Express 1000BaseT Ethernet -- 3.18.3 OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet -- 3.18.4 OSA-Express High Speed Token Ring -- 3.18.5 OSA-Express migration -- 3.19 z/VM functions -- 3.20 Parallel channel planning -- 3.20.1 Byte multiplexor -- 3.20.2 Optica planning -- 3.21 IBM 2074 utilization -- 3.22 Cable ordering -- Chapter 4. Software considerations -- 4.1 OS/390 and z/OS software considerations -- 4.1.1 Compatibility support and coexistence -- 4.1.2 Compatibility support restrictions -- 4.1.3 Exploitation support -- 4.1.4 Exploitation support considerations -- 4.2 z/VM software considerations -- 4.3 Linux software considerations -- 4.4 VSE/ESA™ software considerations -- Chapter 5. Migration considerations -- 5.1 Hardware migration considerations -- 5.1.1 ESCON channels -- 5.1.2 FICON channels -- 5.1.3 FICON CTC -- 5.1.4 Parallel channels -- 5.1.5 OSA-Express and OSA-2 adapters -- 5.1.6 ISC and ICB coupling links -- 5.1.7 HiperSockets -- 5.1.8 Cryptographic hardware.
5.1.9 Memory -- 5.1.10 PR/SM -- 5.1.11 Coupling Facilities -- 5.1.12 Power, cooling, and floor space requirements -- 5.2 OS/390 and z/OS software migration considerations -- 5.2.1 PR/SM -- 5.2.2 ISV software -- 5.2.3 OS/390 and z/OS software support -- 5.3 Migrating the I/O configuration definitions with HCD -- 5.3.1 Defining a new z990 environment -- 5.3.2 Upgrading an existing z900 to a z990 processor -- 5.3.3 Consolidating a zSeries or S/390 environment onto an installed z990 -- 5.3.4 Upgrading an installed z990 with additional channels -- 5.4 LPAR definition notes -- Chapter 6. Frequently asked questions -- Appendix A. New and changed instructions -- Appendix B. I/O adapter indicator lights -- Adapter lights and indicators -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other resources -- Referenced Web sites -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- IBM Redbooks collections -- Index -- Back cover.
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Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The authors -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Feature and function delivery schedules -- 1.2 zSeries system -- 1.3 New terminology -- 1.4 z990 models -- 1.5 Maximum channels -- 1.6 Migration -- 1.7 Statements of direction -- 1.8 Limitations and considerations -- Chapter 2. Hardware details -- 2.1 System frames -- 2.2 Processors and MCMs -- 2.3 Book package -- 2.4 Memory -- 2.5 z990 models -- 2.6 PU characterization -- 2.7 I/O cages and adapters -- 2.7.1 I/O adapters -- 2.7.2 New I/O adapters -- 2.7.3 I/O adapter configuration rules -- 2.8 I/O interfaces and identification -- 2.9 System control -- 2.10 Power and cooling -- 2.10.1 Cooling -- 2.11 Concurrent changes -- 2.12 Instruction set -- 2.13 Additional hardware elements -- 2.13.1 HSA -- 2.13.2 Internal battery feature -- 2.13.3 Support Elements -- 2.13.4 Hardware Management Console -- 2.14 External time reference -- 2.15 Basic zSeries comparisons -- Chapter 3. Discussion topics -- 3.1 Performance factors -- 3.2 Channel subsystem -- 3.2.1 Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) -- 3.2.2 IOCP example -- 3.2.3 Spanned channels -- 3.2.4 Channel definitions in the IOCP statement -- 3.3 Cryptographic changes -- 3.3.1 Initial cryptographic support -- 3.3.2 Second phase support -- 3.3.3 Functions not supported -- 3.3.4 Functions changed and coexistence considerations -- 3.4 Concurrent system upgrades -- 3.5 New HMC/SE functions -- 3.5.1 Integrated 3270 Console -- 3.5.2 Integrated ASCII console -- 3.5.3 Optional Strict password rules -- 3.5.4 Customizable HMC Data Mirroring -- 3.5.5 Extended console logging -- 3.5.6 Operating System Messages display -- 3.6 SE and HMC connectivity -- 3.7 ESCON channels -- 3.7.1 Consideration for ES conversion channels -- 3.8 ESCON directors and multiple LCSSs.

3.9 HiperSockets -- 3.9.1 Defining HiperSockets in IOCP statements -- 3.9.2 Spanning HiperSockets over multiple LCSSs -- 3.9.3 Defining HiperSockets in the z/OS TCP/IP profile -- 3.10 Channel measurement changes -- 3.11 Sysplex coupling considerations -- 3.11.1 CF Links on z990 -- 3.11.2 CF considerations -- 3.12 FICON Express -- 3.12.1 FICON CTC -- 3.13 Characterization -- 3.13.1 Integrated Facility for Linux (IFLs) -- 3.13.2 Internal Coupling Facility (ICF) -- 3.13.3 Central Processor (CP) -- 3.13.4 System Assist Processor (SAP) -- 3.14 CHPID Mapping Tool overview -- 3.14.1 Mapping function for the z990 -- 3.14.2 PCHID assignments -- 3.14.3 CHPID Mapping Tool description -- 3.14.4 Mapping Tool requirements -- 3.14.5 Using the CHPID Mapping Tool -- 3.15 RAS -- 3.16 LPARs -- 3.17 STIDP instruction changes -- 3.18 OSA-Express adapters -- 3.18.1 OSA-Express Fast Ethernet -- 3.18.2 OSA-Express 1000BaseT Ethernet -- 3.18.3 OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet -- 3.18.4 OSA-Express High Speed Token Ring -- 3.18.5 OSA-Express migration -- 3.19 z/VM functions -- 3.20 Parallel channel planning -- 3.20.1 Byte multiplexor -- 3.20.2 Optica planning -- 3.21 IBM 2074 utilization -- 3.22 Cable ordering -- Chapter 4. Software considerations -- 4.1 OS/390 and z/OS software considerations -- 4.1.1 Compatibility support and coexistence -- 4.1.2 Compatibility support restrictions -- 4.1.3 Exploitation support -- 4.1.4 Exploitation support considerations -- 4.2 z/VM software considerations -- 4.3 Linux software considerations -- 4.4 VSE/ESA™ software considerations -- Chapter 5. Migration considerations -- 5.1 Hardware migration considerations -- 5.1.1 ESCON channels -- 5.1.2 FICON channels -- 5.1.3 FICON CTC -- 5.1.4 Parallel channels -- 5.1.5 OSA-Express and OSA-2 adapters -- 5.1.6 ISC and ICB coupling links -- 5.1.7 HiperSockets -- 5.1.8 Cryptographic hardware.

5.1.9 Memory -- 5.1.10 PR/SM -- 5.1.11 Coupling Facilities -- 5.1.12 Power, cooling, and floor space requirements -- 5.2 OS/390 and z/OS software migration considerations -- 5.2.1 PR/SM -- 5.2.2 ISV software -- 5.2.3 OS/390 and z/OS software support -- 5.3 Migrating the I/O configuration definitions with HCD -- 5.3.1 Defining a new z990 environment -- 5.3.2 Upgrading an existing z900 to a z990 processor -- 5.3.3 Consolidating a zSeries or S/390 environment onto an installed z990 -- 5.3.4 Upgrading an installed z990 with additional channels -- 5.4 LPAR definition notes -- Chapter 6. Frequently asked questions -- Appendix A. New and changed instructions -- Appendix B. I/O adapter indicator lights -- Adapter lights and indicators -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Other resources -- Referenced Web sites -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- IBM Redbooks collections -- Index -- Back cover.

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