IBM - MVS/370 - Checkpoint/Restart Supervisor Call Logic

Second Edition (December 1985)
This is a major revision of, and makes obsolete, LY26-3916-0 and
its technical neuisletter, LN26-8087.
This edition applies to Release 1.1 of MVS/370 Data Facility
Product, Program Product 5665-295, and to any subsequent ' i
releases until otherMise indicated in neM editions or technical
newsletters.


The changes for this edition are summarized under "Summary of
Amendments" following the preface. Specific changes are
indicated by a vertical bar to the left of the change. These
bars will be deleted at any subsequent republication of the page
affected. Editorial changes that have no technical significance
are not noted.

This book describes the logic of the MVS/370 Data Facility
Product Supervisor Call (MVS/370 DPP SVC) routines that take a
checkpoint* and restart a job at a checkpoint. The routines
that restart a job at a step are documented in 0S/VS2 System
Logic Library* Volumes 1 through 7» SY28-0713 through SY28-0719.
This book is intended for use by programming systems
representatives and system programmers maintaining
checkpoint/restart routines.

 

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Reference Number : LY26-3916-1

Date Published : December 1985

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (100 pages)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8608. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

IBM - MVS/370 - Checkpoint/Restart Supervisor Call Logic

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