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Manual zz. Contents Figures. Introducing System-Managed Storage. Planning to Implement System-Managed Storage. Enabling the Software Base. Managing Tape Data. Improving Performance with Hiperbatch. Improving Availability. Managing Space and Availability for Data Sets. Pooling Volumes with Storage Groups. Selecting Volumes with SMS. Separating Large Data Sets. Avoiding Allocation Failures. Converting Data In-Place. Changing the JCL. Identifying the User's Role. Protecting System-Managed Data Sets.
Protecting Functions and Commands. Implementing a System-Determined Block Size. Activating the Storage Management Subsystem. Defining the Storage Classes. Defining the Storage Groups. Creating ACS Routines. Writing the ACS Routines. Translating the ACS Routines. Testing the ACS Routines. Reactivating the Configuration.
Validating the Configuration. Activating the Configuration. Chapter 6. Planning the Migration of Permanent Data. Chapter 7. Determining a Fallback Strategy. In-Place Conversion. Using Data Movement. Managing Batch Data. Planning Your Migration Strategy. Deciding on a Migration Strategy. Designing for Batch Performance and Availability Services.
Managing GDGs. Designing the Physical Storage Environment. Designing Data Classes for Batch Data. Defining Sequential Data Striping. Migrating Batch Data. Chapter 9. Planning Your Migration. Designing for Database Performance and Availability. Designing for IMS Data. Designing for DB2 Data. Planning for System-Managed Tape. Analyzing Expiration Date Codes. Using Data Set Level Serialization. Classifying Your Tape Data Sets. Analyzing Your Current Tape Environment.
Simulating the Tape Mount Management Environment. Identifying Exception Tape Data. Defining the Tape Mount Management Environment. Implementing Advanced Cartridge Hardware. Using Enhanced Capacity Tape. Using Automatic Cartridge Loaders. Defining Data Classes. Defining Storage Classes. Defining Management Classes. Defining Storage Groups. Using Tape Mount Management Techniques. Data Set Stacking. Unit Affinity. Non-Data Set Stacking Allocations.
Volume Reference Chains. Chapter Managing Tape Volumes. Defining OAM. Defining Data Classes for Tape. Validating the SMS Configuration. Creating the Tape Configuration Database. Setting Up an Automated Tape Library.
Maintaining the Tape Library. Setting Up a Manual Tape Library. Tracking Volumes in Connected Groups. Recommendations for Volsers. Sharing an IODF. Installation and User Exits. MVS Installation Exits. Consult assistive technologies. Keyboard navigation of the user interface Dotted decimal syntax diagrams. Using Automated Tape Libraries. Using Manual Tape Libraries. Using Tape Storage Groups. Policy for unsupported hardware. Minimum supported hardware.
Programming interface information. Allocating Data Sets or Storing Objects. Savings and Cost Summary. Example of Volume Reference Chaining Defining a Tape Storage Group. Defining a Specific Volume Catalog. Enabling the system-managed software base Activating SMS.
Managing Temporary data. Managing Permanent data.
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