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IBM - MVS System Product System Installation Productivity Option

General Information and Planning Guide
This publication contains planning information for MVS/SP System IPO (5750-AAM). It is intended
for installation managers and systems programmers responsible for assessing the effort required to
install or upgrade an 0S/VS2 Release 3.8 system using the MVS/SP System IPO. Potential users
should evaluate the applicabihty of recommendations to their environment before implementation.
This publication is for planning purposes only. Functions and capabiUties described reflect the
information currently available.

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Reference Number : GC20-1870-8

Date Published : January 1983

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (79 pages)






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8806. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

IBM - MVS System Product System Installation Productivity Option

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