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Cray Research X-MP Computer Systems UNICOS Tape Subsystem Technical Note

Cray Research Inc. (CRI) is developing a tape subsystem for use with CRAY X-MP computer sys tems configured with an I/O Subsystem (ICS) executing under the Cray operating system UNICOS. The UNICOS tape subsystem is designed for users with scientific and engineering applications and large-scale data handling needs. This technical note is written for potential users of the UNICOS tape subsystem; it highlights the subsystem's features and describes how users interact with the subsystem. Complete user docu mentation about the subsystem is not yet available; however, the following are lists of other manu als that may be helpful to the reader (all referenced manuals are CRI publications unless otherwise specified).


Reference Number : SN-2039

Date Published : Unknown

Manufacturer : Cray

Platform : Cray

Format : PDF

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH16486. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Cray Research X-MP Computer Systems UNICOS Tape Subsystem Technical Note

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