Cray Computer Systems Superlink/MVS Logic Library Volume 3: Network Access Method

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SuperLink/MVS Logic Library Volume 3: Network Access Method

SI-0183

Cray Research, Inc.

SUPERLINK/MVS is a nonstation product designed to link a CRAY X-MP computer system running under COS 1.16 or a later version to an IBM or equivalent computer system, with the Extended Architecture (XA) 2.0, running under the IBM OS/VS2 Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) operating system. SUPERLINK/MVS can run with either Job Entry Subsystem 2 (JES2) or Job Entry Subsystem 3 (JES3) present.

SUPERLINK/MVS consists of three Functional Units. Each is described in an overview volume, SUPERLINK/MVS Logic Library Volume 1: Product and Components Description, CRI publication SI-0181, and also in a comprehensive volume devoted to that particular Functional Unit. This publication is the third volume of a four-volume set. Volumes 2 and 4 describe the SUPERLINK/MVS Control Functional Unit (SLCN) and the SUPERLINK Applications Functional Unit (SLAPPL), respectively.

This manual provides a comprehensive description of the SUPERLINK Network Access Method Functional Unit (SLNET); it contains both the general description of the Functional Unit found in Volume 1 and a detailed guide to the code.

Users of this manual should be familiar with both MVS and COS.


Reference Number : SI-0183

Date Published : December 1987

Manufacturer : Cray

Format : PDF - 1000 Pages

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH11916. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Cray Computer Systems Superlink/MVS Logic Library Volume 3: Network Access Method

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