IBM - MVS - Extended Architecture System Logic Library - Event Notification Facility

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Second Edition (September' 1989)
This is a major revision of# and obsoletes LY28-1680-0. See the
Summary of Amendments following the Contents for a summary of
the changes made to this manual. Technical changes or additions
to the text and illustrations are indicated by a vertical line
to the left of the change.

for people who debug or modify the MVS control program. It
describes the logic of most MVS control program functions that
are performed after master scheduler initialization completes.
For detailed information about the MVS control program prior to
this point* refer to MVS/Extended Architecture System
Initialization Logic. For general information about the MVS
control program and the relationships among the components that
make up the MVS control program* refer to the MVS/Extended
Architecture Overview. To obtain the names of publications that
describe some of the components not in the System Logic Library,
refer to the section Corequisite Reading in the Master Preface
in MVS/Extended Architecture System Logic Library; Master Index.

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Reference Number : LY28-1680-1

Date Published : September 1989

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF - 47 pages






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IBM - MVS - Extended Architecture System Logic Library - Event Notification Facility

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