Input/Output Configuration Program User's Guide and Reference

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This publication is intended for system programmers and customer engineers who are responsible for defining, installing, and configuring the channels, control units, and I/O devices on the processor complexes listed on the cover of this manual. It assumes the reader has a knowledge of the appropriate processor complex and the characteristics of its I/O resources.

The input/output configuration program (lOCP) is used to define I/O configuration data required by the processor complex to control I/O requests. This publication does not include information on how to configure I/O resources, only on how to define the configuration via lOCP.

This publication describes the MVS version, the VM version, and the stand-alone version of lOCP. Chapters 1, 5, and 6, and the appendixes contain information for all versions of lOCP. Chapter 2 contains information for the MVS version. Chapter 3 contains information for the VM version, and Chapter 4 contains information for the stand-alone version.

Reference Number : GC28-1027-5

Date Published : October 1985

Manufacturer : IBM

Platform : 360






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