IBM 3600 Threshold Analysis and Remote Access Feature User's Guide

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Program Product

FIRST EDITION (May, 1981)
This edition applies to the IBM 3600 Threshold Analysis and Remote
Access Feature of the Network Problem Determination Application (NPDA)
Program Product (5735-XX8) for use with the following:
NPDA Release 2 Enhanced
NCCF Release 2 on 0S/VS2 (MVS) Release 3.8
OS/VSl Release 7
DOS/VSE (with VSE Advanced Functions)
and to all subsequent releases until otherwise indicated in new
editions or Technical Newsletters. Changes are continually made to the v
information herein; before using this publication in connection with *
the operation of IBM systems, consult the latest IBM Svstem/370 and
'300 Processors Bib1iography. GC20-0001, for the editions that are
applicable and current.

 

This manual describes the operation of the IBM 3600 Threshold Analysis
and Remote Access feature (3600 feature) of the Network Problem
Determination Application (NPDA) Program Product. This feature extends
IBM systems management capabilities to the IBM 3600 Finance
Communication System by allowing online, interactive, centralized
control of the system.

 

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Reference Number : SC34-2056-0

Date Published : May 1981

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (65 pages)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8814. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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