On March 31, , all bit mainframes will essentially become obsolete and bit mainframes will become the standard. Some helpful references:. All four of these are highly technical and will take some effort to understand. There is a lot of overlap in the material; my hope is that the different presentations will facilitate understanding.
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Embed Size px x x x x NoteBefore using this information and the product it supports, read the information in Notices on page Copyright IBM Corporation , About this document. Summary of changes. Chapter 1. JES2 initialization. Modifying how JES2 performs initialization. How compaction works. Creating an initialization data set. Controlling JES2 load modules. Starting and stopping JES2.
Restarting JES2. Modifying JES2 initialization statementspecifications. Functional subsystem support. Defining device configuration. Job submission. Job class. JES2-provided client print services. Print chain alias for and printers. Chapter 3. SPOOL volumeconfiguration, control, andperformance. SPOOL allocation. SPOOL performance considerations.
SPOOL offload facility. Chapter 4. Checkpoint data setdefinition and configuration. Placement of the checkpoint data set. CKPTn data set definition and placement on acoupling facility. View Download 10 Category Documents.
Contents Figures. Controlling JES2 processes 73Devices. JES2 Commands Summary - pudn. Multiprocessor Initialization Documents. Platform Initialization Specification, version 1? Jes2 Spool Documents. Kmeans initialization Technology. Balance Initialization Documents.
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He's a frequent Destination z contributor and writes a weekly IT Trendz blog. The great thing about Redbooks is that they develop and deliver skills, technical know-how and materials to IBM technical professionals, business partners, clients, and the marketplace in general. Simply put, Redbooks are really useful. Let me explain. The table below is for JES2. Many of the product manuals are narrow in focus, for example Commands or Data Areas or reference in nature like Messages or Macros. It provides a comprehensive list of the differences between the two job entry subsystems and provides information to help you determine the migration effort and actions.
z/OS JES2 Initialization and Tuning Guide